Book DescriptionBuy on Amazon : The Violet Hour
Seventeen-year-old Harlow has been adopted by the creepy genius behind VisionCrest and is watched constantly. Forced to be "on", she really has no one to relate to and when the voices in her head begin to be violent, she wonders how she can keep her secret. As VisionCrest controls more and more of the population, she would rather listen to punk rock than deal with the religion her father has created. This corporate style religion will have you thinking seriously about some others like it. After a series of kidnappings and now travel to Asia to promote the religion like cult, she begins to see and hear more gruesome things in what seems an alternate reality.
Reunited with Adam, her one childhood friend and crush, she tried to keep the voice in check. Now that Adam has returned after being kidnapped, he seems changed. As Harlow tries to fight the voice, she becomes overwhelmed with it. Of course, there is some perfect chemistry going on here. The ending just brings everything together perfectly. ARGHH -- I really want to tell all, but I don't want to ruin it for you. Filled with a bit of graphic violence and some kissing, this should be fine for younger teens. Fans of Gretchen McNeil and Brenna Yovanoff are going to adore this new one.
About the Author
Whitney A. Miller (San Francisco, CA) lives in San Francisco with her husband and a struggling houseplant. When she's not having international adventures, she's dreaming or writing about them.The Violet Hour is her debut novel. Visit her online at http://www.whitneyamiller.com/.
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