Thursday, June 16, 2011

Review: Don't Breathe A Word by: Jennifer McMahon

Don't Breathe a WordDon't Breathe a Word by Jennifer McMahon

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Beware of dark shadows, the Dark Faerie Prince, and even those you thought you could trust..

The book flips chapter by chapter from present day to fifteen years ago as the web of mystery began and begins to unravel. Lisa taken fifteen years ago by the faeries as everyone had come to believe mysterious brings the people that were brought together that summer, back together. Her brother Sam, Phoebe (who years ago was brought to the scene and has a history of her own that twines and unravels), Evie (their cousin), and a couple of kids from the neighborhood... all grown up now can they beat the shadows that lurk in the mysterious forest home or has the shadow made a home elsewhere, can they get Lisa back, can they uncover the truth setting them free or make them all prisoners.

A quick read, I love how this was written. Suspects, mystery, hoping, and the possiblity of believing.. but there is a darkness that keeps the pages turning and swirling in your mind making sure that you have to finish this just in time, before lights out.

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