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  • Hard Hitting

    I have to hand it to this author for not being afraid to touch on some subjects that so many kids are facing. Dealing with bullying, eating disorders, cutting and social media bullying just to name a few this book takes on a life of its own. I have to say that it pulled me in and had me feeling invested in Daisy. This may have some triggers points for some but it definitely brought things to the forefront. I always look forward to see what this author has coming next for us.

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  • My heart became involved from the start.

    This was a tough story to read with the emotional journey of Daisy and her friends. My heart hurt for them all as I fully understood the problems they were experiencing. I did love how the family finally stepped up when truly needed as did the queens. There were definitely sad moments as well as triumphs. This is a story worth reading and I thank D.M. Earl for tackling such subjects. I enjoyed the story and the series, and look forward to more. I received a copy of this story through Enticing Journey Book Promotions, and this is my unsolicited review.

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  • Awesome sauce

    5/5 Stars Daisy's Darkness (Wheels & Hogs #6) by D.M. Earl This is the first book I've read by Earl. This is part of the Wheels & Hogs Series but can be read as a standalone. This book is amazing and a great start to a new series. I'll be reading the rest soon. Daisy is your everyday normal teenager. She isn't exactly overweight, but could lose a few pounds. What happens when you're in high school and you don't look perfect? You get bullied. Things are great for her until her older brother starts dating one of the mean girls. Daisy finds that two newbies have talked about committing suicide and has tried to help them. The quote I chose for Daisy is: “Mom, what’s wrong? Oh God, did something else happen to Mary? Oh God, please don’t tell me Sabrina and her mean girls pushed someone else to do what Mary did? Mom, please talk to me.” Highly recommended for YA lovers.

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  • Easy to Relate to!

    Even though this book was written for the young adult, I was hooked from the very start! Daisy seems to speak for us all when our spotlights are dimmed. I was drawn to this book because I related to Daisy’s struggle not just in high school but as a person. From the internal struggles to her physical abuse she’s going through, Daisy is one tough cookie but she feels the need to vent through the reader so her experience is quite harrowing but the reader sees her for who she is. Please pick up this and share in Daisy’s story of her life to see where it brings you.

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  • Emotional read that pulls you right in

    This book had my emotions all over the place. We follow Daisy through her nightmare of high school issues. We get a glimpse into several things that can affect a teenager on so many levels causing emotional scars. Daisy’s story really makes you think about things and what kids go through. Daisy had a group of friends that were not popular kids. When her brother starts dating one of the girls that is one of the bullies she deals with it makes things uncomfortable. She starts to close in on herself. Will her family be able to help her? Overall this was a great read. All of the characters added a great element to the story. There are some things in the story that could cause triggers for some. If you're looking for a great read that really makes you think about things and makes you reevaluate your own actions this is the book for you. 1-click and get started today. I look forward to reading more from this series and author.

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