11.11.2011

Book Review: Borrowing Abby Grace by Kelly Green

Episode 1
When Abby Grace wakes up in the back of a van, she has no idea who she is, how she got there, or why anyone would want to kidnap her. After escaping her masked captors, she hurries home, only to discover that she unknowingly left her younger brother behind in the van. Unable to answer the police’s questions with her memories gone, she retreats to the safety of her bedroom where she tries to reconstruct her life. Just as she is settling into the belief that things will one day return to normal, she looks in the mirror—and sees a stranger’s face.
As Abby learns next, she has become a Shadow, sent to inhabit the lives of strangers in trouble. With nothing to go on except the vague hints of her cute but maddening Guardian, a 19th century ghostly teenager named Will, Abby sets out to rescue the missing brother. But she will need all of her intelligence, fearlessness, and wit, because if she fails to find him in time, she will remain trapped in this unfamiliar body forever.


Episode 2: Girl Steals Guy

Dropped into the life of a gorgeous senior with a heartbroken best friend, Abby Grace must navigate high school keg parties, football games and power couples as she discovers that love and revenge are sometimes the same thing.




My Review: *I received digital copies of these books from the author in return for an honest review.* I'm intrigued. First of all, let me tell you a little bit about these. They're e-books. They're short, only around ten (short) chapters each. They move fast. Each book is a different episode. Episode three comes out in December. They're easy to read, fun to read, and quick to read. Also, the covers are really cool.

Abby Grace is an interesting character. She doesn't really know who she is, and neither do we. She is sent to help other people, but she has to figure out what she is supposed to do and how she is supposed to do it. Also, she has a time limit. The two episodes I read each feature a different person with a different problem. Neither of them turned out how I expected. It was interesting to see how they worked themselves out.

I was hooked. It had the perfect amounts of paranormal, mystery, and suspense. I couldn't put it down!

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