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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Clear by Jessica Park REVIEW

CLEAR: A Death Trippers Novel

Stella Ford’s grasp on reality is already loose, and it’s about to come undone.

When the college junior flees Chicago and leaves her toxic family behind, she heads for coastal Maine to find the one person who brought her peace years ago: Sam Bishop. But the Sam she once knew now has painful secrets.

Stella is determined to heal them both. Healing, however, is a challenge when the walls of her everyday existence collapse. And when Sam’s best friend is his worst enemy.

When the line between life and death blurs.

When an end is just a beginning.

When lust and rage rule.

Yet during extraordinary chaos, there can be extraordinary love, even if that love comes with a twist.

Welcome to death tripping.

A thriller, a paranormal, and a passionate romance, CLEAR crosses genres and breaks boundaries.

5 Stars

Remarkable. Original. Consuming. Just a few words that can describe Clear. There truly isn't anything out there like it. Stella and Sam are EPIC. Costa? Such a dynamic and impossible to understand character. You can never really figure out what's going on. This story is fresh and exciting and just unputdownable...yup it's a New word accept it and move on.  I've been off paranormal for a while now...but when I saw Jessica Park had a new book there was no way I wasn't reading it and nothing nothing could have prepared me for the awesomeness. 4 hours...that's how long it took because the pages they turned themselves I HAD to know... The not knowing would have eaten at me....if you do read one book this year read Clear. It's beautiful and exciting and sexy and dangerous. It's everything you could possibly ask for.

About the Author

Jessica Park is the author of the young adult novels FLAT-OUT LOVE and RELATIVELY FAMOUS; five Gourmet Girl mysteries (written as Jessica Conant-Park with her mother, mystery author Susan Conant); and the e-shorts FACEBOOKING RICK SPRINGFIELD and WHAT THE KID SAYS (Parts 1 & 2).

Jessica grew up in the Boston area and attended Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota. After spending four years in the frigid north, including suffering through one memorable Halloween blizzard, Jessica hightailed it back to the east coast. She now lives in (relatively balmy) New Hampshire with her husband, son, bananas dog named Fritzy, and two selfish cats. When not writing, Jessica indulges her healthy addictions to Facebook, Rick Springfield, and super-sweet coffee beverages.
(Information taken from Jessica's website)amaz

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