Deception So Deadly

Deception So Deadly

by Clara Kensie

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781946202314
Publisher: Snowy Wings Publishing
Publication date: 06/30/2017
Series: Deception So , #1
Pages: 360
Sales rank: 888,946
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

Clara Kensie grew up near Chicago, reading every book she could find andusingherdiaryto write stories about a girl with psychic powers who solved mysteries. She purposely did not hideherdiary, hoping someone would read it and assume she was writing about herself. Since then, she's swappedherdiaryfor a computer and admitshercharacters are fictional, but otherwise she hasn't changed one bit.

Today, Clara is anaward-winning author of dark fiction for young adults.HernovelAftermath (S&S/Simon Pulse),a dark, ripped-from-the-headlines contemporary in the tradition ofRoomandThe Lovely Bones,is on Goodreads' list of Most Popular Books Published in November 2016, and Young Adult Books Central declared it a Top Ten Book of 2016.

The first two books inhersuper-romantic psychic thrillerDeception Soseriesare an RT Book Review Editors' Pick for Best Books of 2014, andDeception So Book One: Deception So Deadly, is a2015 RITA©Awardfinalistfor Best Young Adult Romance and the 2015 RITA© Award Winner for Best First Book.

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Deception So Deadly 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
NicFictionAddiction More than 1 year ago
4.5/5 stars The title of this book does not lie. There were some surprises in this book that caught me totally off-guard (and a few that I guessed, but that’s par for the course). Many characters in the book are deceived by someone or other, but of course, I can’t tell you much more than that. In fact, this is a tough book to review without giving things away, so I’m going to have to be very generic in my review, and you’ll just have to trust me that you’ll want to read to find out where it all goes. What Fed My Addiction: A double life. I’m always sort of fascinated by books where a character has to live undercover, and that’s definitely the case here. Tessa and her entire family have spent years on the run. They rarely live somewhere for more than a few months and they bring almost nothing with them. Tessa has had a dozen names over the years, and she can’t get close to anyone, partially because of the secrets she has to keep and partially due to the trauma she endured as a child—the horrific events that live on in her nightmares. Tessa’s transformation. Tessa has spent her life afraid. She is constantly waiting for the very-real bogeyman to catch up with her family and succeed where he failed the first time—in killing her. Because of this, she’s built a bit of a shell around herself and she’s somewhat timid. This is exacerbated by the fact that she’s the only person in her family without any psychic or telekinetic abilities—she feels like she’s the only one who can’t help to keep her family safe—always a liability. She also feels guilt over what happened to them in the first place, so there’s a lot of bad for her to dwell on. But as the book goes on, Tessa finally begins to open up and trust a bit more. She also learns to trust in her own capabilities (and to insist that others see that she’s not incapable as well). I enjoyed watching Tessa come into her own. The romance. Tessa and Tristan are great together, and I was definitely a fan of the romance! What Left Me Hungry for More: Make up your mind. There was one point at the end of the book where Tessa made up her mind about something and then almost immediately did a complete about-face with seemingly no provocation. It made my head spin a bit and it also made me feel like the original decision was completely for the sake of creating tension (somewhat unsuccessfully). Still, this was one moment, and I felt like I understood her motivations overall—so I could easily forgive it. Deception So Deadly is an intensely suspenseful paranormal read that you won’t want to miss! This is the second book I’ve read by Kensie, and she’s quickly becoming a favorite author. I give this one 4.5/5 stars. ***Disclosure: I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was given and all opinions are my own.***
AmyBosica More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars! I first picked up this book/serial series back when it came out in 2014 and I remember totally falling in love with it. It was the first of its kind and I thought it was so unique. I couldn’t get enough and certainly couldn’t wait for the next episode. So, imagine my surprise when I heard that these serials were going to be re-released with a new title and a new series. It’s been many years since I’ve read this books, but I couldn’t wait to dive in and re-read it again. From the moment I picked up Deception So Deadly, I was once again hooked. I immediately remembered why I fell in love with this series to begin with. From the brilliant storytelling to the writing that captivated my heart and begged me to keep reading; I couldn’t get enough. It was everything I wanted in a YA paranormal romance. With suspense around every corner, not knowing who you can trust and surprising twists; this book had my heart racing and I couldn’t help but devour each page. I had to know what would happen next and how Tessa’s story would play out. For me, It was wonderful to revisit this story and this world that author Clara Kensie has created. It was like coming home in the best possible way. I look forward to revisiting this series again when Deception So Dark re-releases next year. If you haven’t had a chance to read this book yet, I highly recommend picking this one up.