Thursday, November 21, 2013

Rissa's Review of "The Doctor" by Jennifer Bull

"The Doctor" by Jennifer Bull
Genre: Paranormal Psychological Thriller 
Age: Young Adult (Clean)


After the attack at his father’s amusement park, Daniel cannot believe what he’s capable of. He tries to lock himself away and protect those he loves… until he finds out that the monster within did not get there by accident, and the one responsible didn’t stop with him.
Sarah remembers the stories her mother used to tell her; of a place where the sun shone brightly and bird songs filled the air; a place where home wasn’t a cramped cell; a place where your own mind didn’t try to torment you. She wants nothing more than to be free of this living hell… even if that means she won’t get out alive.

Jack is fed up of chasing the serial killer with no name, whose favourite game is creating monsters out of living people. He just wants to catch him before anyone else gets hurt… but reaching that goal becomes much more dangerous than anyone could have guessed.

When these three strangers find their lives colliding on an island from which there is no escape, they must work together if they want to survive; but how do they fight against a force that doesn't really exist?

First of all, let me apologize to Jennifer. She first sent this book to me for review a while ago and because of various happenings in my life, I only just now finished reading it. That being said, the ending was totally worth the wait! This book definitely has lots of secrets and surprises in store for readers. There were a few editing mistakes that I noticed but if you can forgive those, "The Doctor" is a unique read and unlike anything else I've read before; and the ending - WOW! Totally blew my mind!! I don't want to give anything away so I'll leave it with this: go get this book now!

Rissa's rating: 4.5 hearts!

About the Author:
Jennifer Bull spends her time visiting other worlds, going on crazy adventures, and generally arguing with her characters when they are not cooperating ... which seems to happen rather too often. She lives in the North of England with her husband, and when she is not working or writing she enjoys reading, crafting and photography.

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