Monday, June 27, 2016

REVIEW: Girl In The Air by Tyler Pike

Girl In The Air
Alice Brickstone #1
Tyler Pike


A teenaged loner who sees more than she should, Alice Brickstone’s mission in life is to find out who or what killed her twin brother a decade earlier. All her parents will divulge is that he died on a family trip to an ashram in India, a place impossibly far from her remote ski town in Colorado. When she begins to see faces from her childhood nightmares, Alice buries her fear and pounces on the opportunity to hunt for information…and revenge. She works alone and observes no caution. Her simple mission is complicated when a strange Himalayan hermit shows up in the woods near her house telling her that she has paranormal abilities. Skeptical but determined to use any advantage to end the threat against her, she is shocked to suddenly become the hunted. There is only one way out—Alice must master her newfound skills and fly before tragedy takes over again.

GIRL IN THE AIR is the first book in a series of page-turning, fast-paced magical realism thrillers set in the rocky mountains. Be transported into Alice’s low-tech world of ancient yogic supernatural abilities, modern teenaged angst and post-modern world problems. Readers interested in Asian mythology will love discovering subtle allusions to the Mahabharata, and yoga practitioners will twist and writhe in their seats. If you like your heroes big like
Jack Reacher, weird like Carrie, or scarred like Harry Potter, you’ll love Tyler Pike’s character, Alice Brickstone.

Buy GIRL IN THE AIR today and join Alice on her harrowing ride.

“It’s good, and wackily funny, and mostly ridiculously believable…An unstoppable magic realism action thriller.” – Tom Flood, Award-winning Author

This is by far the strangest and unique book I have ever read. It's full of mystery and suspense. This author had a way of leaving me questioning different parts of the book at first, but as the story progressed, my answers did get answered. It's the way the author kept me reading more of the story. The story did start out kind of slow for me, but it did eventually pick up and get better the farther into it I read. This is an amazing thriller that kept me intrigued from beginning to end. I highly recommend this story to teens and older who loves to read a good Psychological Thriller

Juniper Grove Book Solutions Review Library provided me with a digital ARC copy of the book for review purposes only as part of their reading team. No remuneration was exchanged.

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