Friday, March 28, 2014


DisconnectedDisconnected by Lisa M. Cronkhite
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

I really wanted to like this book…. I did….. it had promise….but…. it was also BORING…..
Milly is an ordinary teenage girl. At least, an ordinary girl who lost her parents and has a voice inside her head that mocks her and wants Milly to hurt herself. Milly has to keep this voice a secret from everyone, even her grandfather, to avoid people from thinking she's crazy. She just has to keep quiet and deal with the voice the best she can, which usually means trying and failing to ignore her.

Yet when Milly's house burns down, she has to move into her aunt's house who she hardly ever talks to. It turns out everyone has been keeping secrets from her. Her aunt, her grandfather, even the cute gardener. It's up to Milly to figure out the secrets of her past and deal with Amelia before it's too late and Amelia takes complete control of Milly's body.

Well the description caught my attention and I could not wait to read this book. I just felt like the first 60% of the book was just dragging and the whole back and forth with Milly and Amelia was starting to get old. Don’t get me wrong, towards the end, the book did start to get good with some twists and turns in the plot.

Over all, disappointed read…. I would Skip out on buying this one…..

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