Icarus by Danika Stone-review



Title:Icarus

Author:Danika Stone
Genre:YA,Contemporary,Fiction
Pages:232(paperback)
Published:August 1st 2014 by Dancing Dog Productions Co.

buy this book at:Amazon


My review:

    Tess is tired from moving almost every year. In her senior year she must moves again because her father say so, she hopes that this is for last time. Tess parents are divorced; she lives with her father, military veteran with minimal salary. Tess’s mother lives in California with her new family. First day to new school and Tess meets some guy Drew, she doesn’t like to make friendships, but destiny has another plan for her. For the teachers Tess and Drew seams as perfect partner Tess is kind of rebel girl with potential and Drew is great student. Drew will bring some freshness in Tess gray life and forgotten memories also.

    I like this book, because I’m not used to read books with violence, I deliberately avoid that kind of book, but this book was different and I’m not regretting that I read it. The author descriptions for events in book is very subtly and pleasant.

    Tess is rebel girl, she has her reasons for that, also she has a potential for be better student and girl.
Drew is perfect boy, great student and mannered, kind and supportive. Both of them are confused about their future, about what they want to be, what they want to study. It’s typical for their age, but also that was because their fathers, both of them veterans and demanding and strict.


It was interesting to read about people destiny and how everything it’s going around as perfect circle.

This book was provided by author in exchange for honest review.
My rating 4/5(great book).

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About the author:
Danika Stone is a writer of contemporary fiction with a focus
 on strong female narratives.  Her paranormal romance 
series, Intaglio,her romantic thriller,Ctrl Z and her YA 
romance Icarusare available for purchase on Amazon and at selected bookstores.  The first book in Danika’s upcoming Tathagata series was selected as a quarter-finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel of the Year Award (2013) and is currently in the editing phase. 
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