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Sunday, August 27, 2017

Review: Crazy House - James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet


Crazy House

Review: Crazy House - James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet - May 2017



Are you missing the Dystopian genre since it seems to have faded away lately from the YA trend? James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet have banded together to present teens a new YA dystopian series. Crazy House I first thought would be a mystery novel, a bit of a serial killer type that James Patterson is often famous for but then I noticed his co-author as she normally helps write his romance novels. In Crazy House, some suburbs have been cornered off, and everyone must follow the rules to survive. For twins Becca and Cassie Greenfield, they have been busy trying to keep things under control as their mum was removed years ago for a mood adjustment and their father tried to kill himself and now is in a hospice waiting to die. Becca goes joyriding one night and ends up kidnapped and transported to a place known as the "Crazy House" where the only way out is death by execution. Cassie being the good twin decides to search for her sister and save her. During her search, she will discover that her sister was part of the Outsiders which include of course the son of the leader of their dystopian society - cliched I know as the son always ends up being a rebel. Cassie will eventually land herself in the Crazy House too, but can she with Becca's and her newfound friends find a way out of the house alive? Find out in Book #1 Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet. A Good start to a new Dystopian series.

    




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