4.8 stars for a truly gripping read.,
This review is from: My Sore Hush-a-Bye (Kindle Edition)
This is the second book I have read by this author, I thoroughly enjoyed her debut novel so I was looking forward to reading this book, it did not disappoint at all so much so I am already looking forward to her third book.
Camille lives with her Uncle Bob after her mother abandoned her when she was a young, only recently has she started to attend school and she does not fit in well. She dresses strange and does not have any friends. She doesn't like school and would love to spend all her days with Uncle Bob. She soon finds comfort when she forms a friendship with one of the girls from school, a younger girl named Ashley and they become quite close. What Ashley doesn't realise is that Camille is about to change her life forever.
The book is written in different tenses but it is easy to follow and I particularly liked the way this was written, it piqued my interest even more.
I could not put this book down, it kept me thoroughly engaged throughout and there were some very clever twists and turns in the story. The subject is dark but it is written about in a tasteful way and does not go in to too much detail.
I also enjoyed how the story ties up at the end which is very well written.
I have given this book 4 stars, a true rating for me would be 4.8 stars, I eagerly await the third book by this author.
Becky Sherriff (The Kindle Book Review)
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