February 8, 2012

Take Me There by Carolee Dean

This writer is brilliant. She writes a book that is very complex,and that will keep you guessing. This really got me to thinking about death row. What warrants getting death row anyway? Read it, just because it was insanely good.

Here's the Blurb:

Seventeen-year-old Dylan Dawson is trying to pull his life together after his release from juvenile hall. But going straight isn't easy, and Dylan just can't seem to keep out of trouble. His problems escalate fast, and soon he has no choice but to hit the road, even though it means leaving behind the girl of his dreams. He heads south for Texas, on the run and in search of his father. (Dylan has no idea how his life became such a mess, but he knows that his dad is at the root of it.) When Dylan finds him, he certainly gets answers--but they're answers to questions he wishes he'd never asked.

                                            I give this book Four Stars.
“How far can you go down the wrong path before you can't get back on the right one?”

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