Today’s team review is from Heidi, find her on facebook here https://m.facebook.com/#~!/heidi.simon.921?ref=bookmark
Heidi chose to read and review Unhinged by Shelley Pickens
By Shelley Pickens
Review by Heidi Lynn
First, I would like to thank Shelley Pickens for providing me a copy of this book so I may bring you this review.
Unhinged by Shelley Pickens is the second book in the series The Haunting of Secrets #2. I did not have the opportunity to read the first book. However, I feel this could be read is a standalone book. If you would like to get to know the characters and their storyline better I suggest you read the first book.
Aimee’s special gift of seeing people’s memories with one touch originally intrigued me to read this book. It was a different type of Mystery that I am used to reading. It was full of mystery, suspense, fear, violence, sickness and evil memories. Once I started getting into it I could not put it down until I was finished. I needed to know why all of this evil was happening around Aimee.
Shelley’s book Unhinged was very well written. The details in her descriptions made you feel like you were there. Aimee, Logan and Dejana’s characters were very likeable. I could relate to Aimee as she was kind of an outsider and felt invisible. I admired Logan for always being there for Aimee. I liked the friendship bond that Aimee and Dejana shared. Plus, I loved the unique name Dejana.
There was one section of the book that struck a chord with me.
“That’s the funny thing about fate; people think it’s written in stone. They believe the age-old adage that you must ‘accept’ your fate; but that just isn’t true. It is simply a way for people to accept the things they can’t change. If something good happens, then “fate lends you a hand.” If something awful occurs, then “fate is cruel.”
If you are seeking very suspenseful read I highly suggest Shelley Pickens Unhinged.