Five Star Review: Tex and The Gangs Of Suburbia (Tex, the Witch Boy Series Book 2) by Stuart R West
Type: Author Provided Copy
Publisher: MuseItUp Publishing
Released: July 25, 2013
Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal, Mystery
Length: 412 pages
Tex McKenna’s junior year of high school is just as bad as his sophomore year. Maybe worse. Olivia’s dumped him. He's caught up between two warring gangs and gone “undercover” with the Modern Gangstas to unmask a murderer. All this poor Witch Boy and supernatural trouble magnet wants to do is end the school year alive. And maybe find out who the mysterious punker girl is and how she knows all his secrets.
Review by Lissa:
Tex is back again. I think he has this magnetic pull to anything dangerous. We start out with Olivia and Tex no more. I'm really sad about that. I really loved them as a couple. He's dealing or more like mourning the fact that they can't be together anymore. Even tries a love spell that hilariously backfires.
Where there's humor, there is also Danger. I think Tex should grow up and be a detective. The mystery starts as to who did it? I had quite a few suspects. Now I just gotta say these "gangstas" need to pick some names better. I mean coo-coo? What?!
A lot of new characters were introduced in this book. I really liked all of them. Especially, Elspeth. She was pretty awesome. I hope we get to see her again. In the next book? Maybe?
I'm really into Stuart's writing. He has an amazing talent and a way to use real topics in a story. I don't like gangs either and I don't even really understand them.
I was happy with the ending Tex + Olivia forever. Stuart's Tex Series are so perfect for the Young Adult crowd. Amazing stories with a lesson to be learned.