I love reading and writing. I read most genres but my favourites would be paranormal romances and inspirational/motivational books. I have mostly started this blog because I love to read so much and want to share my reviews and thoughts with the world or anyone who wants to read it, giving my little bit of input to the world as well as any topics of light that would help and motivate you. I am also an aspiring author, in between reading books and reviewing them, I am writing two separate books, one fiction and one non-fiction. I have too many books and Ebooks, enough to last me probably 2 lifetimes! You can never have enough books... he he
Publication Date: November 2013
Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal
Source: GMTA Publishing (In exchange for an honest Review)
Audio or Book: Book
Length: 362 pages
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Chapel Ryan isn't crazy. At least, that's what she's been trying to convince herself of for most of her life. But after being hallucination-free for three years, Chapel finds herself facedown on her English classroom’s gritty linoleum floor. When she looks up, everyone around her is suspended in animation. Mouths hang open mid-yawn, feet hover mid-cross, Ms. Freeman’s arm flexes mid-sentence diagram. It's another hallucination. Or, is it?
Chapel prepares to tear herself back to reality when something happens. Something that has never happened before in any of her hallucinations--someone moves. And not just any someone—it’s the new guy with a scar over his lip and a reputation as black as his perfectly styled hair. And all of the sudden Chapel's white-knuckle grip on her life has slipped, and with it, her assurance that what she's experiencing isn't real.
Holly creates beautiful characters. They are well rounded and balanced.
In truth, no one knew all of her. She gave out pieces of herself here and there, but the whole of Chapel belonged to no one but Chapel. That was how she wanted it.
"I'm not playing hard to get," she said. She pushed through the gym doors, pausing on her way in. "I am hard to get." ~ Chapel & Zay~Their conversation flowed. She liked that he asked good questions, and how he seemed to really think about his answers before giving them. He was well-traveled, well-read, well-everything. ~ Chapel~"I don't think of pain as something that can be measured. It either hurts, or is doesn't." ~ Chapel~
"Grudges are easy," he said. "Forgiveness is hard."~ Timmy
~"Are you always this pleasant?" she asked. "Or is there something about me that just brings out the best in you?" ~ Chapel to Rush~Rush shook his head. "I ain't like your boy, all lean and mean. I like my breakfast like I like my woman.""I'm afraid to ask.""Well-rounded with a little extra meat.""Yup. Just s weird as I thought it would be."~ Chapel & Rush