Monday, August 4, 2014

Book Review: Outshine

By: Nola Decker
Book Description:

When agoraphobic Gabe and his
outgoing nemesis Jessa go on a moonlit road trip to locate Gabe's missing brother, the two teens discover they are both hiding unnatural abilities: Gabe is a living lie detector and Jessa is a kick-ass powerhouse pretending to be a delicate diva.

Gabe's sole reason for searching for Watts, his overbearing younger brother, is to clear his own name: he's been framed for Watts' alleged murder. Jessa is after Watts because she is, well, after him.

They find him with Deacon, the twisted eugenicist responsible for their unusual powers. He encourages them to stay and join his "Family" where they'll be able to live openly as the genetically-modified freaks that they are. When Jessa and Gabe uncover the truth about Deacon's past--and what he wants for the future--they band together to stop him. Watts, however, might have other plans . . .

Book Review:

Outshine was a very enjoyable read and I thought it was well-written. The book had me capivated and insterested the entire time. The two main charactes, Jessa and Gabe, were a very good pair at working together. This book is a great read for all young adults who enjoy Sci-fi, mystery, and loads of adventure.

Author Bio

Nola Decker is the only writer in Seattle who doesn't drink coffee. She makes up for her happy and healthy childhood by writing stories in which terrible things happen to young people. She loves salted caramel anything and Fridays.


Twitter handle: @nola_decker

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