Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Review: Incandescently

Incandescently Incandescently by Sylvie Parizeau
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Incandescently by Sylvie Parizeau
 
I don’t know how to start this review, that’s because there is so much about the book I loved.
We have the prologue, and straight into Liam’s nightmare of waves and drowning. I think you have read the synopsis, and I not going to about that, as it covers the basic outline of the book.
 This book is magic, and at times funny tragic, when both Liam and √Čiolie try to use a laundry and going to buy food, and realise neither one can cook. It’s the intense connection with each other, even as children they connected as she saved his life when he was kidnapped and beaten within an inch of his life when he was seven.
The stories that kept the fear away became real for him and his friends. Later turning Liam into a bestselling author.
What I can tell you, this is a remarkable book, and I read straight through. Liam and √Čiolie   search to find their normal, and start building their Happy ever after, which they realise is an ongoing quest to enjoy the life they created, we a lot of help from his friends. I now learn book 2 is available now, and centre’s around Zac, and is called Apprehension. There is a brief visit to Apprehension at the end of the book. So when I say this for me was a 5* read, I rarely give a 5.This book deserved it. This is first story I’ve read of this author, and it won’t be the last. I now have book 2 to look forward reading.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

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