Hiya guys! Happy Wednesday! How's your week going so far?
Today, DRR is sharing a new book with you - a young adult mystery, perfect for this time of year!
Check it out, and be sure to enter the giveaway at the bottom of the post before you leave! =D
~Released: Oct 1st, 2016
~Length: 304 Pages
~Genres: Young Adult, Mystery
17-year-old Hannah is losing her grip on reality, which is affecting not only her but her friends and family too. She wrecked the car when bugs crawled over her hands, but were the creepy things even real? Now someone is moving Hannah’s possessions around in her room, or is she imagining that also? Why does she feel like she isn’t in control of her own brain anymore? Hannah is terrified she’s headed for a horrible life in and out of the mental institution, just like her dad.
When her friends bail, Hannah is left floundering. Her boyfriend, Manny, doesn’t believe her wild stories, and new girl Chelsea is practically replacing her at school. Only artsy outsider and self-proclaimed occult expert, Plug, agrees to help Hannah discover the truth, but even he can't help Hannah reclaim her mind from whatever is taking over. She'll have to do that on her own, especially if she wants to save her friends, her mom, and herself.
Margo Kelly is a native of the Northwest and currently resides in Idaho. A veteran public speaker, Margo is now actively pursuing her love of writing. Her critically acclaimed debut, Who R U Really?, was published by Merit Press (an imprint of F+W Media) in 2014. Her second novel, Unlocked, will be published by Merit Press in October 2016. Margo welcomes opportunities to speak to youth groups, library groups, and book clubs.
Margo Kelly loves to be scared ... when she’s reading a good book, watching a good movie, or suffering from the hiccups. She loves writing thrillers for young adults and hopes her stories give you the goose bumps or the itchies or the desire to rethink everyday things. Margo is represented by the not-so-scary, but totally awesome, Brianne Johnson of Writers House.
by Margo Kelly
NOT REALLY A NECROMANCER
One of my favorite lines in UNLOCKED comes after Plug introduces Hannah to his dad, Necro. He's a tattoo artist, and most of his designs feature death in some regard. So ... his friends call him Necro, short for necrophilia or necromancer. But he's not really a necromancer. ;)
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