by Dax Varley
Publisher: Garden Gate Press
Release Date: September 1st 2015
LIFE IS A NIGHTMARE for Miranda. Without knowing when or why, blood oozes from her palms – an anomaly that makes her feel like a freak. But her abnormality is now the least of her worries. She’s just enrolled at “Suicide High.” Three deaths in three months – one occurring just days before her arrival.
When she bumps into a cute boy named Jake, things don’t appear so glum. Especially since Jake’s a psychic who can predict the immediate future. But his gift of sight can’t prepare her for the horrors that await.
Through Jake, Miranda meets three other extraordinary students:
Topher – who can heal by touch.
Sam – who eats the sins of the dead.
And Xyan – who speaks and understands all languages.
It’s then that Miranda learns the secret behind why she bleeds.
My review - This was an enjoyable read.
This is a story about 5 teens dealing with a demon who is making teens kill themselves. The school they attend has now been dubbed as suicide High.
Each teen has a special gift, which really tied this story together. It made it that more interesting giving each of the characters a special gift. I enjoyed their relationships and reading about their personalities. Each character was different from each other so it made it that more intriguing.
The start was very creepy that had me intrigued. It had me wanting to carry on reading to find out what happens and what is happening. It had the right dose of creepy that was just perfect for this book.
All in all a very fun, creepy read that I thoroughly enjoyed.
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Dax Varley writes the kind of young adult novels she wishes were around when she was a teen. She's a lover of humor, horror and all things paranormal.
When Dax isn't writing, she's collecting odd photos online, reading recaps of her favorite shows or kicked back with a good book. She lives in Richmond, Texas with her husband, a shelf full of action figures and about a dozen imaginary friends.