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[Waiting on Wednesday] - #94

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Title: Twisted Fate
   Author: Norah Olson
   Format: Hardcover
   Release Date: January 20th, 2015

     When Alyson meets Graham Copeland, the new boy next door, she instantly feels like he’s a kindred spirit—shy and awkward like her, someone who has trouble making friends. It’s impossible to resist having a crush on him.

     As usual, her sister, Sydney, sees things differently. In Sydney's mind, Graham's odd personality and secretive past scream psychopath, not sweetheart. Her gut is telling her to stay away from him, and to protect a love-struck Alyson from her own naïveté. But despite her instincts, Sydney is surprised to realize that a part of her is drawn to Graham, too.

     And the more Sydney gets to know him, the more she realizes just how right—and wrong—she is about everything.

     Perfect for fans of Michelle Hodkin, and E. Lockhart’s We Were Liars, Twisted Fate is an unputdownable novel, teeming with suspense.

My Stance:

     There are parts of this book that have me on edge right away. First off, the two main characters (or the focal point I can assume) Alyson and Graham, have a unique personality and are instantly drawn together. Their relationship and how the story revolves further around Graham should be pretty good. What I am curious on though is what is with Graham? I mean of course there is some sort of backstory to him, but at the same time is it going to be a sci-fi sort of thing or is it just so tragic murder/personal issue that's a secret? There's multiple ways to go with this.

     The problem I forsee about this book though is the whole relationship-triangle in this book. Well this book is just going to be a love-triangle, and as most of you that follow and attend, I can't stand them. So at what point will Graham get the balls enough to pick which one, and than just stay and continue? That would show a lot more character, but at the same time, may not reveal the "secret" either. I just don't buy into the whole bit and I find a bit too tweeny, and unrealistic.
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