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    Growing Pains and Thrill Rides

    So good! From the first few pages, you know this story is going to be a creepy ride through a world that breeches the boundary between fiction and reality. What really holds this book together for me are Nate, Danny, Spencer and Diana - I mean, their growing up is the real story, and around them crazy monster-out-of-books things are happening. Unlike The Page Turners: Blood (a great debut novel) the characters are split apart in this middle book. Each of the friends is fighting their own battle, and figuring out who they are and what they stand for all at the same time. My personal favorite is Diana, since I can resonate with her need to run with the guys and show her strength much like I did as a girl with my brothers and their friends. She's the girl I would have liked to have been back then. There is a darkness in Johns' writing that is openly exposed. He's discussed it time and again in interviews, and it once comes up in Economy of Fear. But I like that. I like that there is this deep and sometimes brutal honesty about what it is like to grown up, what it's like to self-doubt, and what it is like to face hard times. You never stop cheering for the heroes, but you can understand their dips into 'dark places' and struggles. This is a mature novel, and definitely teen (young teen and up). It's dark and gory, but it's hopeful and adventurous. Very well done! I look forward to the final novel in the Page Turners Series. And my fingers are crossed for some serious bad-guy butt whooping. *To really appreciate the book, you'll probably want to read The Page Turners: Blood - first book in the series.

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