I Died Twice by Bobby Underwood
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This short novel tells the story of a vulnerable young woman, her loss of innocence, and the value of friendships, as the female protagonist finds herself in a series of mysterious circumstances that build to a surprising and satisfying conclusion. The author keeps the plot moving at a fast pace, with smart dialog and light descriptive prose that doesn't bog things down, making this a quick read. Loved the 1940s pop culture references.
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