Friday 13 August 2021

Review of In The Haze by Emily Bourne

 A tragedy reunites the sisters, turning their lives upside-down. Can they claw their way out of the darkness before it consumes them?

After months away, Charli returns home. A piece of herself has died, and she yearns to rid the pain. Finding a joint presents a perfect solution. Unable to cope after a tragic accident, Charli masks her demons with drugs. Can she claw her way out of the darkness before her family finds out and disowns her for good?

Brittany has her sister back but is lonelier than ever. The accident snatched away the identity she spent a year building. Unable to recognise herself, how can she face school when her friends view her as an outcast? Even worse, what if it causes her boyfriend to dump her? If Brittany can’t salvage her reputation, will her anxiety cripple her into the nobody she fought so hard to kill?


My Review: 5 STARS

I read the first book in the series when it came out and was desperate for a chance to pick up this book. I have adored watching Emily’s journey, watching her go from one book to the next and going along for the ride as a reader. Picking up kinda where the last book left off, this one starts with a lot of normality, or the new normal for the girls. I was hooked by the first chapter and desperate to know more, the journey was filled with twists and turns, and had me bawling and laughing at the same time. I adore Brittany and Charli and I can’t wait to see where the next book takes them. Overall, very much recommended!

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