Thursday, October 18, 2012

Review: Death by Jade Varden

Death by Jade Varden

Pages: 222 
Format: ebook
Buy the Book: Amazon 

Goodreads:  All In

I never wanted to get in this deep, but I did go looking for the truth before I was prepared to handle it. But how do you close the lid on Pandora’s box? You can’t unlearn something, or forget a dark secret once it’s been revealed. 

I have no choice but to do my part to bury the truth again -- this time, someplace no one will ever be able to find it. But that’s the problem with lies. Once you start pulling threads, everything unravels. 

No one is who they seem to be...not even me.

Kritters Thoughts:  The third in a series of YA reads that kept me reading from book to book.  Chloe/Rain is still learning more about her family in this book, I couldn't even fathom that there was more to learn about this quirky von Shelton family, but there was and probably is!  

This book continues as Chloe/Rain tries to continue unfolding the mystery that popped up in the first book and started unraveling in the second book.  The third book keeps the story going, but still leaves the reader on a cliff ready for the fourth book.  The reader can't help to want to know more about what will happen with Chloe/Rain as she learns more about her family and the people that surround her.

There is one more to read, so I am just waiting for it to come my way, so I can find out what will happen with Chloe/Rain and the trial that will put quite a few people on the stand to own up for their lies. 

Rating: the perfect YA read

Ebook 2012 Challenge: 59 out of 25

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