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Saturday, September 19, 2015

Ask the Dark by Henry Turner



Release Date - April 2015

Henry Turner
Houghton Mifflin

Book Review by Tracy Farnsworth

Billy Zeets helped catch a serial killer and he's ready to share his story. The teenager pilots every moment of Ask the Dark, sharing his insight into the things he saw, the people he knows, and the lifestyle he leads, like it or not.

I adored Billy. The mom in me wanted to hug him, the reader in me was engaged from the start. Billy's mom died, and he's a handful to say the least. To keep his dad from losing the family home, Billy takes any odd job he can find, skips school regularly, and winds up in the path of a killer. You'll be avidly reading to find out everything you can about Billy and the things he faces.

Geared for teens, the language used is brutally honest and very gripping. This is a great start to a series I cannot wait to keep reading.


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