Format: E-book (PDF)
Publisher: Grosvenor House Publishing
Published: August 21st 2014
Pages: 498 Pages
After suffering an unthinkable loss, Abbey Miller and her family move to Leeds to rebuild their lives and start again, but the pain and grief that Abbey carries with her is impossible to escape. As she finds herself becoming increasingly isolated from her family, she develops a firm friendship with Lucy, Nathan and Liam, who introduce her to a brand new and exciting world, far removed from all of her problems. But will her new friends bring her the light hearted relief she has longed for? Or will she find herself getting drawn deep into their dangerous and intoxicating world?
Thank you to Author Amp for sending me a copy to review and review.
Abbey’s twin brother has died and since then her whole life has crashed upside down. None of her family care, she’s moved far away from her close friends and she feels so alone. During her first few weeks at her new school Abbey ends up becoming friends with a bad crowd who deal in drugs, violence and robbery – what lovely people!
I liked Abbey and I felt awfully sorry for how she was feeling I doubt losing a sibling, let alone a twin, is easy to deal with and she was acting out to cope with the loss. However, she ended up being incredibly stupid. Who in their right mind would want to live their parent’s home to live with a drug dealer and be ok about it? Yes, she loved him and you’ll do anything for the people you love, but even those with rose-tinted glasses don’t do this. How silly of you Abbey.
Even Angels Fall kept me entertained throughout. It was hard hitting and fast paced and I’ll admit to even gasping out loud to some events – they were tough!