Circle Nine

Circle Nine

by Anne Heltzel
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Circle Nine 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
iheartyabooks More than 1 year ago
This is not an easy review for me. When a story deals with abusive relationships, I normally don't read them. Books with sexual abuse or drug addiction usually a hard read for me. But this book was on my new release list, so I said I'd give it try. I'm so glad I did. I really did fall in love with the story between Sam and Abby. I would have liked to have known more of what happened to Sam, seen more of a resolution for him. Sam really grabbed a hold of my heart and I couldn't let him go. The choices he made took him down a road he could never return from, but I still thought of him as messed-up little boy that I wanted to love and fix. I was, however, happy to see that Abby's terrifying experience made her a better person from where she first started in this story. Anne Heltzel has an amazing way of writing about a subject I have a difficult have a hard time reading about. This is a very serious and dramatic situation between Sam and Abby, so be ready with the tissue box. I will definitely be reading more of Anne Heltzel's books. Circle Nine is an amazing story and a definite must read!!
Jordan-Bankes More than 1 year ago
This story is a tragic narrative about trust and how you can never fully trust anyone but yourself in life. Circle Nine is exhilarating with its complex main character who sees only what she wants. The story is a bit creepy and daunting but its fun at the same time! I had a remarkable experience while reading it and felt everything that the main character did! I say read this story!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was depressing. Definitely not what I expected. Not a bad read but much more serious than what I normally like.