Thorns Of Glass

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Same Jude is dead. He was murdered. Now he is trapped, desperate to save his mom and brother from the clutches of his murderer. More
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About Kelly Samarah

Kelly Samarah grew up in a small town located in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. When she isn't busy working on a new story to share with her readers she enjoys cooking, music, painting and of course, reading. She also enjoys spending time with her dog, cat and two children.

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Reviews of Thorns Of Glass by Kelly Samarah

Lori Hayes reviewed on March 8, 2013

This is one of those books that leave you feeling like you want more. Not because anything was left out or it ended badly because it was a truley amazing read. From beginning to end it pulls you in and hold you there. You don't want to stop reading for a Second when you do you can't wait to get back to it. The author makes you feel like you know the charactors..mind,body and actually just feel like you are in the story- . I highly recommend this book to readers of all ages from ya to adult. Its a must read!!
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Simone Egerter reviewed on March 8, 2013

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. Sam Jude is your average teenager, he loves his mom and little brother to death. Their happiness is the only thing that matters to him besides his art. Then in walks Ray, Cheryl’s new boyfriend, she’s crazy in love but Sam sees something off about him. He keeps quiet, not wanting to ruin his mother’s happiness…and then it’s too late. He’s DEAD!

This was an awesome novel! Seen from the point of view of a ghost, this story exemplifies the powers of love, strength, courage, and redemption. I absolutely loved this book, it has characters you can easily fall in love with. I thought the focus on Sam’s artistic abilities was brilliant, you can imagine what a great emotional outlet that was for him. Cheryl was a woman we can sympathize with, she wanted to be loved so badly that she overlooked all of the warning signs. This was definitely a five star novel!
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