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#4. Fracture By Megan Miranda

Posted: by Jaydon on October 28, 2016

Hey Readers! It's Halloween, so what better time for a book on supernatural abilities? Don't forget to subscribe to my blog if you haven't already!

#4. Fracture By Megan Miranda

Megan Miranda has upped the level of a good book!  This story follows Delaney’s life after an accident and her struggle to go back to the way things were will keep your attention from start to finish.  A very captivating book, I hope you like it as much as I did!

Delaney Maxwell died and not just for a few seconds either. For 11 minutes she was trapped without oxygen in the icy cold waters of a lake near her home. When you don’t have oxygen for 10 minutes you are definitely dead.  Delaney’s best friend Decker, got her out of the water at 11 minutes, she wasn’t alive and yet he still managed to revive her.  Surviving that is like snow in August, hasn’t happened but not impossible either.  While being in the hospital, Delaney starts to experience almost tugging sensations drawing her to different places in the hospital.  After she’s discharged and goes home these sensations don’t go away and the tugging seems to  take her to people who are dying.  Then Delaney meets Troy, a guy who seems to have the same abilities as her. Then everything begins to seem like it’s stuck, not able to move forward but not able to change the past either. Like something happened and it shouldn’t have.  Find out what Delaney, Decker and Troy have in store for them in “Fracture”!

Happy Reading!

~ Jaydon

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