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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Review: Fury by Steven James


About the book:
The disturbing visions that helped Daniel Byers solve a deadly mystery have finally quieted, and the sixteen-year-old basketball star is looking forward to things settling back to normal. But when his father mysteriously disappears, Daniel realizes that the key to finding his dad rests in deciphering his chilling hallucinations.

Soon, long-buried secrets begin to surface, revealing clues that could help him locate his father. But as the past collides with the present and reality begins to blur around him, Daniel faces a race against time to save his dad before it’s too late.

Filled with pulse-pounding suspense, Fury continues the thrilling young adult Blur Trilogy from bestselling author Steven James.

My rating:
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My thoughts:


I absolutely loved this book! While I enjoyed Blur, the first book in this series, Fury was so much better and held my attention throughout! I didn't want to stop reading the book -- especially towards the end -- it was just so good! There are some crazy twists in this story and many times I didn't know if what was happening was real or just in Daniel's head.

All in all, another fantastic read from Steven James. I recommend Fury if you enjoy YA thrillers that are clean, but intense! I can't wait to read Curse once it releases next year.


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