Sunday, September 11, 2011

Book Review - SEVEN by Paige Agnew

SEVEN  
by Paige Agnew 

Join Author, Paige Agnew on her Virtual Book Tour, starting September 12th sponsored by 
The YP Publishing.

Seven is available for purchase at:
Amazon.com
paigeagnew.com
barnesandnoble.com



About The Author
Paige wrote her first book, Starless Sky at age 15 and published it in January of 2010. Her second book, Seven, was published February 2011. Her sense of humor and from the heart personality shines through her writing. She was born in Michigan. Her compassion and sense of humor is in all of her writings. When Paige is not writing, she enjoys sports, dancing, singing, playing the piano, reading and attending her brother's football games. In addition, spending time with family, friends, and her dog, Tigger are important to her. She is also actively involved in her church and community. Paige is currently working on other books.


About the Book

When seven strangers are thrown together to be pawns in a psycho’s mind game, they realize that they have to work together to reach their true potential or it could very well mean their death.
Seven strangers. Seven stories. One chance to not only save their lives, but to change them in ways they’d never even imagined possible.

Review by Lynda: 
     Several things about this book were firsts for me. #1 - I don't usually stay with a story that has a long 'set-up' with multiple characters. The main reasons is because by the time I've gotten to the point in the book where the story really begins, I'm exhausted and just don't care anymore. BUT, in this case, author Paige Agnew cleverly introduced a few weird events early on that kept me reading. When I'd reach  the half-way point in the book, I was exhausted, and my resolve began to weaken. Then it happened! The plot exploded onto the scene...and what followed was well worth the wait. Paige Agnew has a unique story perspective that won me over completely. SO DON'T GIVE UP ON THIS BOOK!
     The seven characters, whose lives are violated by a well-written villain, will intrigue you. 
  • Will they choose to meld their talents for the good of all, or not?
  • Will they all survive their unique crucible? 
  • How do they change? 
  • Who finds the greatest will to survive? 
  • Who finds the strength and character to lead?
The answers are not easily predetermined. If you're looking for something different, try Paige Agnew's book, SEVEN.


Continue the Tour:
September 13 - Guest Blogger at Acting Balanced
September 13- Interview at American Chronicle

4 comments:

  1. Mystery readers typically try to figure things out early. I am please to hear the looming questions are not easily predetermined. Suspense :)

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  2. You have definitely piqued my interest with this one.

    mglawler at yahoo dot com

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  3. Will have to check out this book. Thanks for the review.
    Sue B
    katsrus(at)gmail(dot)com

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