Normally she wouldn't care. Who wasn't crazy in one way or another in this messed up world? After all, she'd gotten out from under the doctor's thumb weeks ago and it was too late for Blitz now, wasn't it? Snow's little brother Alley, though, there might still be time to save him. If only she can get reporter Jo Sullivan to believe her story before Snow loses her own mind.
|Publisher:||New Libri Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.47(d)|
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Although the story of Bend Me, Shape Me is an engrossing thriller and a satisfying read for that reason alone, what I found most interesting was the light it shines on the issues faced by homeless kids. Sure, the book has the normal disclaimers about not being about real people, and I believe that. But prominent in the author’s bio is her experience working with organizations that help such kids. I’ve got to believe the issues, experiences, and difficulties of runaways and throwaways are depicted accurately, even though the specific personalities and characteristics of the kids in the story are made up. **Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy. **
“Bend Me, Shape Me” by Debra R. Borys is a gritty, riveting, and intriguing eBook that delves right into the dark and often twisted underbelly of inner city life. This is a well written book that definitely delivers a punch. I didn’t give it five stars, because as someone who lives in the inner city it is hard to shock me, but for readers who are not as familiar with the inner workings of less than desirable folks and groups that seem to congregate in urban settings, “Bend Me, Shape Me” is definitely going to deliver a jolt. I’m looking forward to Debra R. Borys future works – She’s definitely an author to watch out for! Please note that I received a free copy of "Bend Me, Shape Me" in exchange for a fair review.