Overview: Jesca Gershon-Sera has an average life on the surface. She is a sophmore in college, has a loving family, and holds a part time job at a local bookstore with her best friend. Her life is pretty normal. Except, under the surface she feels like she is losing her mind.
First of all, let me apologize again for reviewing the wrong book in the first post. Secondly, I love the character’s name in this novel; so unique.
Ok, now down to the brass tax of the storyline and the writing. This novel was so well written that I almost forgot I was reading a story. It felt like the book came alive and sucked me in to the thick of things. It was full of suspense, confusion (in a good way), sexual tension, friendship, and family that it took my breath away. It made me realize how much some of us take for granted in our every day lives, and how much we probably don’t express how grateful we are for the little things our loved ones do for us. This novel is worth the read and worth a share with friends and family.
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