Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Review Illusion by Jamie A. Hope



By Jamie A. Hope
When alluring teenager Salem Stone becomes a magnet for assaulting demons and suddenly develops superhuman abilities, family secrets are revealed that will not only endanger his life and the life of his childhood love—but the lives of everyone on earth.

Back Story:
Magnetic teenager Salem Stone dominates the football field, wrestling mat, and hearts of all of the girls at his school. But off the mat he is easy going, especially when it comes to his childhood love, Sarah.

Salem lives a charmed life until he is attacked by demons, leaving him with physical wounds. Salem struggles to keep the repeated assaults a secret, until he confides in his long time best friend Ben, who strangely dismisses the wounds with a logical explanation.
When Salem attempts to outrun the menacing demons, he develops superhuman abilities, leaving him with even more questions. Looking for an escape from the mental and physical torture, he becomes fixated on an irresistible new girl at school, Lily. As Salem focuses his attention on Lily, everything around him devolves into chaos, including his relationship with Sarah.
What he soon finds is the relentless pursuits by demons and his superhuman abilities are triggered by the same source—life threatening family secrets. Just when he thinks his family and friends are not who he thought they were, he discovers he’s not who he thought he was either—and that he is the most hunted teenager on the planet.
And he has just been found.

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My Review: 

Salem Stone, is a popular student, Wrestler and football star and girls adore him. He has a long time girlfriend. but then close to his 18th birthday things start to happen. He is quickly irritated, becomes extremely stronger and faster. He sees shadows and those shadows hurt him too, bloody scratches happen all the time.

His father is very strict to Salem, never gives him a break or compliment, and then a new student arrives, a beautiful girl who is very charming and sweet to Salem but horrible to everyone else. Salem doesn't see it he gets more and more under her spell, it gets more clear that his parents hide things for him, but it is not what Salem thinks. Will they be on time to tell Sale, the truth or will they be to late..........

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