Stormi's Review: Spilling Blood: Friends. Secrets. Revenge by L. Penn
Updated: May 18, 2020
PUBLISHER: L. Penn
RELEASED: December 21, 2014
GENRE: Crime Fiction
LENGTH: 424 pages
FORMAT: eBook, Paperback
When schoolgirl Toni Simms is horrifically betrayed by her boyfriend David Hilton, she enters a world of bloody revenge.
As her best friend Rebecca Hayes comes under attack, they decide to take the law in to their own hands with events leaving a trail of untold plight. Left physically and mentally broken, each girl discovers emotions and thoughts they would not have believed possible, rearing unbridled acts of attrition as secrets are revealed surrounding family and school life.
Toni and Rebecca cross boundaries no teenagers should cross, and walk a path only they understand, even accepting their lives, will never be the same again.
FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS
This book was one that is so real that it gets under the skin. I enjoyed the story, but the writing got to me at times. It would switch from talking about Rebecca, and in the next second, it would talk about the girl. It switched randomly from viewpoint to viewpoint (example 1st to 3rd person, same sentence). That's the main fault I found in this book. The story itself was crazy. Everything that occurred in this book was like reading a massive train wreck. The girls could not catch a break and the results...well....what would you do?
Honestly, I found this book to be gripping. The characters and story were real. It was action-packed and kept me reading. I hated to put it down.