April 7, 2011

Review: Shimmer by Alyson Noel



Alyson Noël, author of the Immortals series, continues her new series about Ever's younger sister, Riley.

Having solved the matter of the Radiant Boy, Riley, Buttercup, and Bodhi are enjoying a well-deserved vacation. When Riley comes across a vicious black dog, against Bodhi's advice, she decides to cross him over. While following the dog, she runs into a young ghost named Rebecca. Despite Rebecca's sweet appearance, Riley soon learns she's not at all what she seems. As the daughter of a former plantation owner, she is furious about being murdered during a slave revolt in 1733. Mired in her own anger, Rebecca is lashing out by keeping the ghosts who died along with her trapped in their worst memories. Can Riley help Rebecca forgive and forget without losing herself to her own nightmarish memories?

Find out more about Shimmer here, including audio excerpts and Riley's diary here.

It's amazing how you can get swept away by a book and not realize that hours have passed.  That's what happened when I read SHIMMER.  The words had a certain flow that made it impossible to put the book down.  Alyson created another world and it is impossible not to picture every single that happens.  I highly recommend this book.






978-0312648251
March 15, 2011
208 pages

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Disclosure: I received this book for free.

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