Weekly Reads: The accident season

I'm a little bit of a book worm, I have never really hid the fact that I am. I enjoy reading books, letting your imagination create your own take on the character you are reading. Personally for me there is nothing better than getting lost in a book. Since having Emily I kind of neglected reading, which is something I wanted to change, but it is difficult to make room for everything you want to do. I decided I would make some me time, I was sure that it would make me feel better, and it did. I'm the type of person who can and will pretty much read anything. So when I got offered to read and review 'The accident season' I jumped at the chance. 

It's the accident season, the same time every year. Bones break, skin tears, bruises bloom.

I was absolutely glued to this book, and I couldn't put it down. The book is based on Cara, a seventeen-year-old girl. Every October her and her family have to be extra careful as it is accident season. Over the years things always seem to happen during this month, from small bumps and falls, to broken bones and sometimes accidents have ended in death. It's clear to see that Cara doesn't always see the dangers or believe that every October she should be cooped up by her mothers request. This year is different, this year will change everything. This year she decides to throw a Halloween party, in a spooky old mansion down by the river. 

 I really don't want to go too much in to the story line, because I don't want to spoil it for you. There were times throughout the book that I had no idea what was going on, there seemed to be parts that weren't going anywhere and completely confused me, but they made me want to carry on reading. I pretty much read this book in one sitting, it is definitely a page turned that you don't want to put down. I has a scene of mystery, and as you are reading you are constantly trying to find out what is going on, but it wasn't until right near the end that I realized what was going on. 

My favourite part of the book was the masked ball, I love how descriptive the author was, she made it easy to imagine the scene in your head. As the story moved on there was so many questions left open, and as it finally came to a end things became a little clearer and everything all of a sudden made sence. This book will appeal to many readers, fantasy, mysery and romance is all covered in this book and written extremely well. I personally think this book is going to be extremely successful, It left me thinking about it for day's after I had finished reading it. I even passed the book along to my friend to read, and would recommend you to give it a read! 

*I wasn't paid for this post. I received the item for the review purposes. However all opinions are completely my own.*

1 comment

  1. Hi, I may well look at getting this book to read, I have plenty of time to read these days :)

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