"If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales." Albert Einstein

26 February 2013


Accardo, Jus. Touch. Entangled Publishing. 2011

Deznee lives to make her father mad. Ever since her mom died, her dad's been absorbed in his work, and Deznee would love for things to go back to the way they were. So when a mysterious boy crosses her path one night, she brings him home as a chance to enrage her father. But when her father comes in the door, takes one look at the boy, and attempts to shoot him with a tranquilizer dart, Deznee realizes she's gotten in over her head.

This book was an interesting read. It was fairly fast paced and contained enough plot twists to keep me interested. At first I thought the book would be too weird or to unbelievable, but I ended up enjoying it more than I expected.

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