Sunday, February 20, 2011

Review: Slice Of Cherry by Dia Reeves done by Tianna Scott

Happiness is a bloody knife.

Kit and Fancy Cordelle are sisters of the best kind: best friends, best confidantes, and best accomplices. The daughters of the infamous Bonesaw Killer, Kit and Fancy are used to feeling like outsiders, and that’s just the way they like it. But in Portero, where the weird and wild run rampant, the Cordelle sisters are hardly the oddest or most dangerous creatures around.

It’s no surprise when Kit and Fancy start to give in to their deepest desire—the desire to kill. What starts as a fascination with slicing open and stitching up quickly spirals into a gratifying murder spree. Of course, the sisters aren’t killing just anyone, only the people who truly deserve it. But the girls have learned from the mistakes of their father, and know that a shred of evidence could get them caught. So when Fancy stumbles upon a mysterious and invisible doorway to another world, she opens a door to endless possibilities….


Ok! There are a variety of reasons why i absolutely LOVE this book! Dia Reeves is an amazing author, her books are SO original and... weird that either you'll love them or go screaming into the night. Theres plenty of blood and gore alll wrapped up in sisterly love and a coming of age story you'll never forget.

I recommend this book to EVERYONE and am positive you will not be disappointed.

Now... I wont reveal any spoilers but theres one scene i MUST talk about. Theres a weird, bloody mad hatter type scene that is most definately NOT for the squimish! LOL! you've been warned! Also! If you've read her debut novel "Bleeding Violet' (another of my favorite books) you'll be pleasantly surprised with a return of someone... well frankly someone completely insane!

Go check out the book at the library, or hit up Amazon or Borders... This is one purchase you wont regret!!

5/5 Stars

1 comment:

alice priday said...

ooooo i want this book im going to look on the book depository and see if i can get it, great review autum :)