Thursday, October 24, 2013

Broken by Elizabeth Pulford

Critically injured in a motorbike accident, Zara Wilson lies in a coma. She is caught between many worlds: the world of her hospital room and anxious family, and that of her memories and a dream-like fantasy where she searches for her brother Jem. Jem proves elusive but Zara s adventures in her subconscious unlock dark secrets of a troubled childhood. Zara must face up to her past in order to accept her future.

When I first started reading this story I was a little confused, I had read the summary about the plot of the story but I still managed to have a little bit of a hard time trying to figure out the story. After I got through the first six chapters then I was able to understand the plot of the story and the characters and I started enjoying the book. 

I noticed that the chapters aren’t very long in the book which I think will be ideal for teens who read this book. I loved how the book has some pictures drawn in it; the pictures remind me of childhood stories. I think Elizabeth Pulford did a wonderful job writing this story and I think she will be an amazing author.

 My daughter just started reading this book as well and she is also enjoying it. I think this book is will be a wonderful read for both adults and teens alike. I would like to see more books like this be made for teens and adults. I give Broken and Elizabeth Pulford and “A.” 

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  Tiffany 

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