Title: Everything You Know Author: Mary Beth Bass Genre: Young Adult Fantasy (Romance) Publication Date: October 18, 2013 Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group Event Organized by: Literati Author Services, Inc.
~ Synopsis ~
NO ONE KNOWS EVERYTHING FOREVEREmma Mathews never believed she was like everyone else, but neither did she think herself crazy. Meeting Joe Castlellaw, Henry Dearborn High’s newest student, was like waking on a cold rock in a strange place, the world bathed in liquid moonlight. Everything is different now…and fraught. Visions of a dark forest, a screaming woman and blood have begun to haunt Emma’s dreams, and not only at night. But Joe’s lonely beauty makes her float on air, and she would follow him anywhere--out of high school and through the great tree, to a world of poetry and political savagery, of magic and murder, to a life that is entirely theirs and yet unlike anything they have ever known.
REVIEW by Terri
While this is not my typical genre to read, I wanted to give this a try. The story line was intriguing to me. Mary Beth Bass is an incredible story teller with such detail and imagination. It is a combination of a young adult romance, the dark side, magic, a great combination.
Her characters Emma and the new boy in school, Joe, have a strange yet immediate connection. As they start hanging out together, they work on finding that connection. You have love, magic, and family, all wrapped into one.
If you like a little paranormal/fantasy in your reads, this book is for you. A well written novel and would be inclined to read more by Mary Beth Bass.
~ About the Author ~
More than a little obsessed with Keats and Moby Dick and fueled by loud music and cold grey days, Mary Beth Bass is the author of young adult fantasy and romantic women’s fiction. Her debut paranormal-women’s fiction hybrid, Follow Me received the Book Buyers Best Award for Time Travel, Fantasy, and Paranormal Romance.
An occasional travel writer, Mary Beth has written about Paris, Bordeaux, and Yorkshire, where she hiked the moors to the legendary setting for Wuthering Heights and stood breathless in the parsonage room where Charlotte, Anne, and Emily Bronte talked out their stories with each other.
And if I seem a little strange, well that’s because I am.
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