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Angel's Fury by Bryony Pearce
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Jun 26, 11

Read from June 24 to 26, 2011

4.75/5
Another good British author, and she even lives in Peak District, which is not that far from me, yay!

First of all, disregard Goodreads synopsis - it's very misleading. There is no "boy she comes to love", there is a boy Cassie likes and he likes her, but don't expect Romeo&Juliet. The story is harsh, gritty, original and keeps you tense... yeah, you can see that I've thoroughly enjoyed it!

Cassie suffers from brutal nightmares all her life. In her dreams she sees few Jewish families in Nazi Germany being murdered along with a little Jewish girl. She is that girl, and every night she dies. No wonder, Cassie looks like crap, and her grades at school are bad, and she has no friends...

When her school goes on a trip to Germany, they happen to get to that particular city where Jewish girl lived, and Cassie hoping that a proper burial will help her to get rid of her nightmares gives an anonymous tip to the police about a place with murdered families bodies.

However her nightmares only get worse. At last her parents contact a doctor who specialises on past life experiences, and Cassie gets to go to her private research facility where the doctor will try to end her nightmares.

Cassie meets up with other teenagers who suffer from the same condition and nothing in the clinic seems right. After an investigation with her new friends Cassie finds out the real goal of the doctor....

Hope I didn't give away too much. I loved the story, and the end begged for a new book. There is not much paranormal in this book, but what is there is spooky and written really well. The characters are excellent, and everything is just so well done. I'm impressed!
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