Monday, March 25, 2013

Don't Tell by Mercy Amare {book review}





{about the book}
I could be surrounded by a million people, but I would still feel alone. I smile on the outside, but inside I feel like I’m slowly dying. I cry out for help, but nobody sees me, at least not the real me. They see a fa├žade, a mask that I put on to hide the pain.

I pretend that I’m normal, but really, what is normal? Maybe what I’m feeling is normal. The hurt, the disappointment, the loneliness… it could be all just be a part of life. Maybe I will never know what normal is.

I put on long sleeves and makeup to hide the bruises, but they only mask the outside. What happens when I can’t carry my burden alone any longer? What would happen if I told somebody the truth?

Don't Tell is a YA Contemporary Romance about love, forgivness and hope.


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{my thoughts}
I really liked this book. I did. It had great characters and a good storyline. I wish it would have been a little longer though. It was only 71 pages and I felt it was a little rushed. Everything happened so fast. I would have liked to have seen a little bit more story. The topic of this book is very serious one that can't be taken lightly and I think the author shows the strong feelings the people have in dealing with such problems. Regardless of its length, it was a great read and I would tell anyone to grab a copy for a fast read.

It's available on Amazon for only 99 cents. Click here to purchase yours now!