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By Gordon Reece
Here’s another book that I would have never found on my own and am really excited to bring to you. Full disclosure here, I’ve only gotten through the first couple of chapters (WAIT! You ask? You mean YOU HAVEN’T HAD TIME TO READ ALL OF THESE BOOKS??? SHAME ON YOU!!!) …
Believe me, if I could I would lay on my couch and read all of these amazing books cover to cover all day long, but then I couldn’t be here telling you about them or even be offering them to you. So I’m doing the best I can. From what I have read so far though, this one is going to be a heart racer, and as I said, it’s not a usual one I would have ventured to pick up, so I’m always excited to find that needle in the haystack book that grabs my attention. This is another one of those kinds of books.
MICE by Gordon Reece is about a mother and daughter who have appeared to have been bullied and maybe abused for most of their lives (divorce for the mom, some bitchy frenemies for the teen daughter) so they retreat to the quiet countryside in a tiny home where they can be safe and no longer victimized by society. Until one night when intruders arrive.
However, the tables are turned and instead of becoming the prey, it sounds like Shelley and her mother get a set of balls and take control of the situation! Rock on! Bring it! Grab that knife on the kitchen table and kill those mutha … well, you know. Maybe that’s what they do. I don’t know. Maybe they tie ‘em up and torture them. Maybe they pull their fingernails off and make ‘em cry like little babies… I don’t know but the thought totally intrigues me!
I’m looking forward to finding out who these middle-of-the-night predators are and what happens when the Mice don’t take the bait.
Here’s some commentary from Gordon Reece on MICE from his website. This one is going to be a psychological thriller for sure. So, do you want to read it or what? You bet you do!
Since this one includes a plot line of bullying, let’s talk a little bit about that. My two older kids signed pledges today at school to be respectful and to not bully kids. I hope they know that goes for not bullying each other in the family. To enter to win, tell me if you were bullied as a kid? Do you remember bullying anyone? I remember not being so nice to a couple girls – I don’t know if you’d call it bullying, but I do wish I had been nicer. What about you? Have you had any personal experiences with bullying, whether it was you or your child?
Check previous book features to see who the winner is -- that's how you'll find out if you've won or not, and you can still enter if there's not a winner's name posted on the top and highlighted! I usually choose a winner for each book anywhere from 3-7 days after I post a feature!
Thanks for checking out the Fall Fab Giveaway – we’ve got more books coming your way through October. I'll be featuring 2-3 each week. At the end of ALL the individual books featured and given away, one or two lucky winners will win the WHOLE batch of the books.
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