{Perception: Viviana Ware}

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{Perception: Viviana Ware}Perception by Viviana Ware
Published by Ink Row on May 21, 2013
Genres: Horror, Paranormal, Science Fiction, Supernatural, Suspense, Young Adult
Pages: 277
Format: eBook
Source: Read 4 Review
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5 Stars

You are one half of a set of twins, identical from the crystal blue of your eyes right down to the deep black ink of the dream catcher tattoos at the nape of your necks. That is, until you move with your sister to the idyllic and lavish island of Vitoria. Your sister is swiftly swept up in the destructive behavior of a wild and charismatic tight-knit group of teens on the island- wading neck deep into the dark end of the popular pool. She changes over night, her blonde hair dyed lilac and lungs freshly filled with the sweet poison of cigarette smoke.

And before you know it, you’re swept up too.

There is a book without a name. And then there are drugs, alcohol, the night sky, and flames. A girl burns alive and a secret binds the six of you in silence. That’s only the beginning. There’s death, magic, intoxicating highs, terrifying lows, ravens that stalk, and boys that steal your heart for fun.

But before all of that, you wake from a coma induced by a life-shattering car accident that took your father’s life and almost took yours. You know when you wake that your life will never be the same, that the darkness of the coma will hardly compare to the darkness that now surrounds your broken family. But you’ll never guess just how dark it will get… or how deadly.

So before supper, say your Grace. It might be your last.

{My Thoughts} – This book is about two twin girls Jude and Grace Celadon. They are identical twin sisters in every which way. It is written in Grace’s point of view and begins with her in the hospital due to a fatal car accident that took the life of their father. Jude however, is living with your grandmother, waiting for you to get released.

This book starts out slow but it picks up, it touches topics such as love, betrayal, trust, religion, and many more. The title of the book truly matches it’s content and once you read it, you will be like “no way.” The ending was wonderfully written and wrapped the whole book up nicely.