Sunday, September 5, 2010

In My Mailbox

In My Mailbox is a fun meme hosted at The Story Siren where we share what books we received this week.

Here's what I got...

You by Charles Benoit
Aug. 24, 2010 by Harper Teen
233 pages

This wasn't the way it was supposed to go.

You're just a typical fifteen-year-old sophomore, an average guy named Kyle Chase. This can't be happening to you. But then, how do you explain all the blood? How do you explain how you got here in the first place?

There had to have been signs, had to have been some clues it was coming. Did you miss them, or ignore them?

Maybe if you can figure out where it all went wrong, you can still make it right. Or is it already too late?

Think fast, Kyle. Time's running out. How did this happen?

In his stunning young-adult debut, Charles Benoit mixes riveting tension with an insightful—and unsettling—portrait of an ordinary teen in a tale that is taut, powerful, and shattering.


Elie said...

What an interesting cover. The book summary soungs g.od. I will watch for your review. Happy Reading,

Candace said...

I've seen this one around but haven't seen any review yet. I'm curious how it is.

Marce said...

Wow, never heard of that but the cover and summary look amazing, can't wait for your review.


prophecygirl said...

I've heard good things about You - hope you enjoy it! :)

Kelly J. said...

I loved this one. I'm excited to see your review.

Orchid said...

Sounds like an interesting read. Hope you enjoy it. ^_^

Lone wolf said...
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Lone wolf said...

Where do you find these seductive novels? "You" is now on my list. Wow, that works on two levels. While I'm taking your advice on books, I would also like to hear your thoughts on an Internet group called "Wannabe Writers. Is it safe? If you have any knowledge or comments about this group, track me down at (Unscripted)
Happy hunting.

Lone wolf said...

P.S. Bloggers forgive me, but how does a Widget work?

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