Today we have a review from team member Karen, she blogs at https://mytrainofthoughtson.wordpress.com/
Karen chose to read and review The Haunting Of Secrets by Shelley Pickens
The book introduces you to 16-year-old Aimee. She doesn’t like to touch people as she automatically learns all about their past when this happens.
With The Haunting of Secrets, Shelley R. Pickens has created an intriguing story of a girl who tries to keep to herself. Her secret is only known to Mary who adopted her four years before and to her friend Dejana. When a bomb explodes at lunch time, life is getting harder. Some classmates are killed or hurt and when trying to get to safety, someone touches her arm. This boy knows that she now knows his secret. The Haunting of Secrets is a very gripping read with a three-dimensional main character; the more I learned about her, the more I liked her. Shelley R. Pickens develops the story in a great way – it gets more and more thrilling as the story proceeds. I was drawn into the story right away, was really close to Aimee and all events. I’m looking forward to reading the sequel! The Haunting of Secrets is a great read for young adults as well as fans of paranormal and mystery reads.
This a book to read again. Highly recommended.
Find a copy here from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com
I’ve read this book too and agree with Karen’s review. Didn’t know there was a sequel; I need to watch for it. 🙂
Thank you Rosie for the spotlight and Karen for the wonderful review! Sequel is out in March and it’s called UNHINGED. Cover reveal is March 4th. It was so much fun to write characters I already know and I love. I hope you all enjoy reading it as much as i enjoyed writing it! Thank you again for the wonderful review!!
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My pleasure, Shelley. I really enjoyed reading and – there was an instant connection with Aimee.
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I was drawn into the story right away, was really close to Aimee and all events. I’m looking forward to reading the sequel!
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