Monday, February 28, 2011

Review: Unthinkable - Shirley Duke




Wanting a novel that reminds you of your childhood when you read Goosebumps or Fear Street by RL Stine , what about Remember Me by Christopher Pike ? If so, then keep reading as Unthinkable by Shirley Duke is definitely up your reading alley. Review copy provided from Netgalley www.netgalley.com
Unthinkable (Night Fall)

Review: Unthinkable - Book #6 NightFall - Shirley Duke - August 2010

"Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there wondering, fearing. Doubting, dreaming, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared dream before" Edgar Allan Poe -The Raven.

This book reminds me of all those supernatural stories where the main character ends up having psychic visions of events that are going to happen. In Unthinkable , we meet Omar Phillips, he suffers from awful visions and the only way to let them out is to write about , so of course using modern technology and social networking site Facebook. Omar begins to write his visions down as a collection of short stories. However, things are about to get a little creepy for Omar as his vision "Dead in Red" where a girl meets a guy from Facebook and eventually ends up killed and lying facedown dead. After posting it, the next day Natasha Monroe - an old friend of Omar's turns up dead and the crime scene and surroundings are eerily familiar to Onar's story. The second event that happens is when Omar gets a vision about Death on a Ferry , which later again rings true. It is not till his third vision, that he meets Sophie - a girl who has the same gift or curse -depending which way you look at it as Omar. When the next Vision turns out to be his friend being Killed , can Omar put his vision and observation skills to the test to save his friend Jon or will his friend be the next to die in the tale of the Unthinkable Visions?
Find out in Unthinkable by Shirley Duke - part of the Nightfall series - a series that I am adding to my TBR list as I really enjoyed this book and am dying for more :)







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