Imagine having everything you ever wanted. A perfect family, a perfect boyfriend, perfect friends – the whole group that only exists because of you!
Then imagine waking up one morning and discovering you don’t have any of that.
It was a dream…a dream you had in a coma that was supposedly brought on by drugs.
Imagine having to start again at school, desperately trying to fit in and prove that the “drug” thing must have been a mistake - that you do deserve to be one of the ‘elite’. Trying so hard to remember what really happened that night.
Welcome to Tally’s life…only problem is someone doesn’t want her to remember.
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|Age Range:||12 Years|
About the Author
Joey Paul is an indie author, exploring the young adult crime genre. She has released eleven books in total so far, with the twelfth and thirteenth due out in 2018. Her current works include the "Dying Thoughts" series, which is eight books. She usually writes crime and mystery fiction, with a paranormal twist, but she has been known to dabble in contemporary romance and general fiction. She is writing her twenty-first and twenty-second books at the moment, having recently finished her last two. Joey is disabled and a recent graduate from The Open University with a BA (Hons) in Health & Social Care. When not reading medical textbooks, she enjoys reading crime novels, medical dramas and young adult novels. When she's out and about, she likes looking for Tupperware in the woods with GPS satellites, otherwise known as geocaching. And when she's not doing THAT, she's sleeping! She's 36 and has been writing since she was retired from her job on medical grounds at the age of 19. She plans to write for as long as she has ideas or until someone tells her to stop!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
How far would you go to fit in? Blackout is a touching story about a young girl named Tally. She invites you right into her life in the most realistic way. I love how she tells it like it is. I guess you would say she is blunt. Sometimes cold but that is the character and there are lessons in all of this. This really starts out as a dream where your life is perfect, have the perfect friends, the perfect parents and the most perfect wardrobe. Life doesn't always work out as you would like. How nice it would be to have everything you ever wanted in life. Yes, it's a fairytale but a nice thought. Everything is perfect until the unexpected happens. And this is when the story really comes alive. The author knows how to pull on your heartstrings and take you places you might not have ever been before. She does this with realness, depth and heart.This story turns into a suspenseful mystery that is sure to grab the attention of its young readers. "I couldn't say anything. I didn't know where to start; I'd never known about Lisa, none of us had. The worst bit was none of us had ever tried to find out. To us she was just a new kid who didn't have any style, easy prey, someone who didn't belong and never could."
The sample is a gurl whos 14 and she is blackout and she dream about the popular boy being her bf and and she has the perfect family but when she woke up it was a dream i cant tell u the rest cause u have to reaad it enjoy and my summery sound borring but read it u will enjoy it read it i recommend it to everyone even the crush i had seen i had seens 4 grade if he sees this his name is omar