Tuesday, October 2, 2012

DiSemblance - Review :)

It's time for a new review.
 
I totally loved this book. It fits perfect in the YA category and also set a new genre techo-thriller. You have to read to know what I mean, it's AMAZING :)
It's one of those books you can't put down. I was lucky to have received a copy of the book from the author :) Thanks Shanae, I adore you now.
 
 
I'm having a giveaway for a copy of it. Go HERE to enter.
 
 
DiSemblance by Shanae Branham
 
 
 
ABOUT THE BOOK.
Jason Tanner lives between two worlds. Problem is, only one is real.
As a computer prodigy, Jason has spent his life with limited social contact due to his father’s secretive work on a hologram machine that can create digital immortality. When his father is murdered and framed as the Comfort Killer, Jason is targeted as the killer’s new fall guy. Having spent much of his youth living in the virtual world his father created, he must now go on the run if he is going to save himself, his brother, and the beautiful girl next door.

An exciting, action-packed ride to a future happening today, Shanae Branham’s modern techno thriller is the perfect exhilarating adrenaline rush for a techno-savvy generation. Expertly weaving cutting-edge technology with almost unbearable suspense, she crafts a wild, white-knuckled thriller that pushes the boundaries of science. Full of intensity and extraordinary vision,DiSemblance attacks the
senses as it challenges the mind and imagination.


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*****
MY REVIEW.

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Do you know when you realize that you are reading a good book? When you can’t put it down, when you even dream about it! Well, this is one of those books.

DiSemblance is an original techno-thriller novel. It grabs you from the start and you can’t stay away from it for too long.

In DiSemblance we meet Jason a 17-year-old boy who has lived his all life almost confined to his house. After saying goodbye to his father, who goes away for the weekend, his life changes from one second to the next. He sees him involve in a strange case of a serial killer and in a fight to save his life, his brother’s and the girl next door.

The story moves extremely fast. With chapters very short (mostly 3 pages long more or less) you can feel the action through the pages. And things change with a speed that gives you the sensation that you are living them.

The book has some moments that blow your mind. You end up feeling like you were hit by a wall. Most of the times the news was so surprising that my mouth hang open for a while. I was like… “Wasn’t he or she supposed to be dead?” Or saying “is this real?”

The most amazing thing was that you really don’t know where the book is going. I love that it isn't predictable. Maybe at the end you have a feeling of where it was going but it still has a great ending.

Jason is an amazing character, a mature, brave, intelligent boy who is willing to do anything in order to clean his father’s name. His brother Isaac his so funny, I adore him. Being totally opposite to Jason he is a bit annoying but anyway he is sweet guy. The detective Durante is the perfect adult character that this book needs. And you couldn’t have a great book without a girl! Boston is the lady in question; she is the perfect match for Jason.

The whole holographic reality is outstanding; it’s excellently explained and is the perfect background. Besides being original DiSemblace makes you question a lot of things. In a world dominated by technology this kind of book makes you wonder some things.

This truly is an excellent book, which is perfect for YA and adults as well.

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like a great read! I like fast pace stories. This book sounds like the one for me:D

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