Monday, April 25, 2011
Don't Breathe a Word
Don't Breathe a Word by: Jennifer Mcmahon
Release Date: May 17, 2011
I am totally one of those people that totally commits to a book, I dive right in and become totally invested in the story. I can suspend reality for a brief time and swim in the pool of make-believe. Then I leave the water and come back to reality where everything is real and explainable. Where everything has a reason and a place...
Okay I am not that delisional. Not everything is explainable. Not everything is cut and dry.
Fantasy has really become a booming genre. Fantasy is fun and not your everyday. Don't Breathe a Word embraces the idea of what if your normal, real life holds an element of fantasy. Our those stories that seem un-real real? Can you easily explain them away? What do you do when a fantasy becomes your reality?
This book is not to be read in the dark, the subtle suspense leaves your heart racing and your palms sweating. If you like the fantasy genre but want to read a more thought-provoking book this ones for you.
Book summary from publisher Harper Collins:
They say if you pass by on the right night of the year, you'll hear the devil whisper your name . . .
Once upon a soft, summer night in a small New England town, a 12-year-old girl named Lisa went into the woods behind her house and never came out again. Before she disappeared, she told her little brother Sam about a door—hidden among the ruins of an old town long forgotten—that led to a magical place.
A series of eerie occurrences—beginning with a mysterious phone call—begins to challenge Sam's hard-headed realism. Could there be a world beyond their own and is Lisa somehow a part of it? As events spin out of control, the couple finds themselves falling deeper into a vortex of evil and terror. And suddenly Sam is reminded of a terrible promise he made years ago . . . a promise that could destroy them all.
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