Welcome to my stop along the blog tour for Song of the Abyss! If you are a YA fantasy fan, the Tower of Winds series is one to check out. Keep reading to learn more about the book, discover Makiia Lucier’s favourite fictional female heroines, and enter the giveaway to win a finished copy of Song of the Abyss. (US Only) Continue reading
You Owe Me a Murder by Eileen Cook is a high-stakes thriller that is stressful to read, but in a good way. The plot is full of twists and the characters are enjoyable. The writing style is suspenseful and has edge-of-your-seat action that is present throughout the whole story. This is one incredible thriller for those looking to read a unique murder novel. Continue reading
Welcome to this week’s edition of Wishlist Wednesday! Today I am featuring You Owe Me a Murder by Eileen Cook. This thriller sounds like one to watch for this spring. Continue reading
Author: Catherine Lo
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: June 7, 2016
How it begins…
"You're in my English class, right?"
I almost checked behind me to make sure she wasn't talking to someone else.
How it unravels…
“You can be my best friend without being my only friend."
Her words were knives raked along my skin. I could hear the goodbye in every syllable.
How it Ends.
Why should I keep her secrets when she didn't keep mine? All it would take was one little click and a carefully worded message.
How it Ends is an honest, heart-wrenching tale of a friendship from first meeting to breakup. Told through alternating points of view, it is about two best friends’ tumultuous sophomore year of bullying, boys and backstabbing and what can happen when friends choose assumptions and fear over each other.
❃ I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. ❃
How It Ends by Catherine Lo is such a touching story about friendship. This book has a realistic representation of two friends who slowly drift apart and is very relatable. What I especially enjoyed was the main character and the believable way that her anxiety was shown. Continue reading