Posts Tagged ‘adam kunz’

This book was recommended on a Facebook post by J.L. Bryan. I often get ideas for books to read on FB, Twitter, blogs, etc. Since J.L. Bryan is such an awesome writer himself, I figured a suggestion by him would be worth taking.

Oh, man. This book was beyond awesome. I don’t read a lot of YA, but this one is REALLY good. It’s basically about a girl who’s a senior in high school and is getting texts from an unknown number, and people are dying after the texts. Her father, the sheriff, doesn’t believe her, because the texts disappear from her phone shortly after they are sent. I thought I would be annoyed by the present tense writing (I usually hate that), but after the first page or two, I didn’t even notice. Because the story drew me in immediately. All through this book, I switched who I thought the killer was. I know who I hoped it WASN’T, but I kept waffling. I will say this book kept me guessing “whodunit” until the very end. The actual killer was someone I had suspected, but later thought it COULDN’T be. I can’t tell you why because it’s a spoiler.

If you like murder mysteries, you need to check this one out. It’s ONLY .99! You can find it on Amazon HERE.

Adam is the “A” in the mother/son writing duo known as C.A. Kunz.


Read Full Post »