Friday, 17 October 2014

Review: A Girl Called Malice by Aurelia B. Rowl

A Girl Called Malice (Popping the Cherry, #2)A Girl Called Malice by Aurelia B. Rowl
Bex's rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

'A Girl Called Malice' is an orginal read, one which kept me gripped, made me laugh and made me unbelievably sad at times.

Alice is such a fabulous character. I was in awe of her sassy attitude. Discovering the history of this character, who was so easy to hate in book one, was a stroke of genius. The author developed a character who as was fresh as she was deeply wounded. The complexity of her character was fascinating to follow, and I enjoyed every moment.

Aurelia B. Rowl's style is effortless; perfect for this genre, making it a quick and easy read. Do not be fooled by the 'ease', however. 'A Girl Called Malice' deals with some heavy topics; it's simply that the author does it so well.

A fabulous read.

A Girl Called Malice (Popping the Cherry #2)

It’s not easy being the Queen Bee. Alice Taylor should know.

You know that girl. The one that the whole school’s social life seems to revolve around. Alice used to be that girl until she decided to quit sixth form college. Suddenly her ‘friends’ aren’t so interested in following her around and her attention-grabbing behaviour is about to get her kicked out of home. With nowhere to go and no one to turn to, her world starts spiralling seriously out of control.

Only new friend Zac Newton seems to believe in her. Lifeguard and poolside hottie, Zac is quite literally her lifesaver. But then, he’s never met ‘Malice’, her mean-girl alter ego, and Alice wants to keep it that way. She knows this is her last chance for a fresh start until her sordid past catches up with her at the worst possible moment.

As everything Alice has worked towards comes crashing down around her, she realises that the hardest thing of all is being yourself…

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