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Tuesday, March 23

Review: Token of Darkness by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

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Title: Token of Darkness

By: Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

Publisher: Delacorte Press (02/2010)

BookWhisperer Rating:

four stars

Book Description:

Cooper Blake has everything going for him—until he wakes from a car accident with his football career in ruins and a mysterious, attractive girl by his side. Cooper doesn’t know how Samantha got there or why he can see her; all he knows is that she’s a ghost, and the shadows that surround her seem intent on destroying her.

No one from Cooper’s old life would understand what he can barely grasp himself. . . . But Delilah, the captain of the cheerleading squad, has secrets of her own, like her ability to see beyond the physical world, and her tangled history with Brent, a loner from a neighboring school who can hear strangers’ most intimate thoughts. Delilah and Brent know that Cooper is in more trouble than he realizes, and that Samantha may not be as innocent as she has led Cooper to believe. But the only way to figure out where Samantha came from will put them all in more danger than they ever dreamed possible.

reviews plate copyThis is one of several books that I have read by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, and she never fails to produce very interesting stories. I really enjoy an author that is capable of leading the reader through a story, and still surprise them with an unexpected ending. Token of Darkness includes four key characters that were all equally likeable.  This book was 197 pages of non stop action; that will surprise you when you find yourself at the last page.

The only downfall I find to this author is her books are very quick reads without anything exceptional. I find myself finishing the story, and while I have enjoyed I have nothing that  jumps out at me and holds in interest past the ending. This is your perfect book if you enjoy simple and quick reading.

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2 comments:

Precious said...

Nice review! I've been looking out for this one! It seems like such an entertaining read. The nonstop action makes me want to buy now.

Book Monster said...

I've seen this one around a lot lately. It seems interesting, and mesmerizing.