Book Review:  Disconnected


Disconnected

by Lisa M. Cronkhite

Poisoned Pen Press

The Poisoned Pencil
Teens & YA

Pub Date 03 Jun 2014 

I am voluntarily reviewing a copy of Disconnected through the publisher and Netgalley:

This is a powerful novel for young adults dealing with a girl with duel personalities.  Milly is not asking for much to get grades, to get to school on time and to lay low but Amelia is always there hiding her phone, loosing her homework and calling her names.  Sometimes Milly wishes Amelia was dead but they share the same body.

Millys best friend is Beth, even her Grandfather doesn’t understand her and her parents were both killed in an accidental fire or was it really an accident?

Will Milly be able to make it through this time or will the pressure of it all break her.

Find out in Disconnected

Five out of five stars.

Happy Reading.

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