Thursday, April 3, 2014

Review: Far From You

Far From You
Far From You by Tess Sharpe

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Sophie’s parents do not believe her. She has been drug free for six months, but when her best friend is killed during what everyone believes was a drug deal gone wrong, Sophie is sent away. She must go into rehab and get clean. Since she has already kicked the habit, when she returns she is even more determined to find out what happened that night and why she was set up instead of also being killed. Can she find out who was behind the murder? Can she uncover the truth before she becomes a victim again?

Far From You is a fast paced who-done-it that will have readers attempting to guess the real reasons of the murder and drug set up. Sharpe creates a situation where the main character knows there is more to the story, but the layers of secrets that need to be revealed are ever developing. The story comes to the reader in multiple points of view and gives them insight into other developments without exposing the truth too soon. Far From You will satisfy male and female readers of all ages, not just the teen crowd.

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