It's been said the longest echo ever measured lasted 75 seconds, but I can assure you, this will last much longer. The bang deafened the world around me, muting everything into nullity, allowing the reflection of its destruction to live far beyond its intended life.
It will follow me forever, destroying me—destroying you.
You want answers?
So do I.
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“I was strong. But that’s when I had something to fight for. That fire in me is gone. Only ash and embers remain. Echoes and shadows. Darkness and death.”
The answers that you seek are within the pages of this book…sadly, I can’t tell you more than that without giving everything away.
E.k. Blair is a master of crazy. My head is still spinning with the revelations brought forth in this book. I found myself cringing more often than not as I devoured this story. I wanted to know who did what, where, when, why, and how…and boy did I get it…only to be tripped up all over again at the end, hence the “master of crazy” comment. I truly thought it was all said and done, but obviously Blair has other plans.
“The vision covers me in warmth, but the moment my eyes open, I am greeted with the dank coldness of my reality, reminded once again that fairytales are shit-filled lies.”
Of course, I can’t give a review without giving a little something…so, here’s what I’m going to tell you. And you may already know some of this, if not all of it, but I feel the need to share anyway.
Nina is certifiably insane.
There, I said it. I feel so much better now.
No, really. I can understand her being a little off her rocker. I mean, the things she has endured and survived is nothing short of a miracle in itself. The fact that she even has the capacity to love someone is even more baffling…and to let him/them touch/love her in any fashion…yeah, she’s one tough chick. Or, she’s completely empty. Hollow.
I don’t think that’s entirely the case, but I do know she needs some serious, and I mean SERIOUS therapy.
“She’s very much like a child in many ways; I see it in small glimpses. It’s almost as if she hit pause and stopped living when she lost her dad. Like she’s somehow stuck because the life she was thrown into was too heinous that she never let go of the childlike beliefs that the world is a good place filled with good people.”
I freaking LOVED this book. It made me feel completely dirty and a little bit crazy because Blair writes some messed up stuff…and I wanted more, I still want more. I want all the details. I want to know every thought, every feeling, every gritty little bit. What does that say about me? You know what, I don’t care. This book kept me awake all night because I JUST.HAD.TO.KNOW. I wasn’t stopping until I reached the end. I couldn’t read fast enough, and then, THEN, I get that ending. Come on, WTF?!?
I’m not one to read books in order, I was lucky to receive this title to review for her upcoming blog tour and even though I read it out of turn, I’m going back to read BANG because I need more. I have found a new addiction in authors, her name is E.k. Blair and I will be reading every title she ever writes because if they are anything like this, or even half as good, I’m sold. My crazy recognizes her crazy and wow. I want more.
**5 What a Wicked Web we Weave, Stars**
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