I see dead people........
Most people live with no connection to the other side. But Daniel isn't so lucky. He finds himself delving into the death of a girl he didn't even know very well. And as time goes on her death seems more and more like murder. So as the vail that separates the living from the dead weakens for Daniel he finds himself not being able to separate the living world from the dead.
Blur was great. The characters were put together very well. They were whole and fully developed. I could really relate to Daniel and what he was feeling. The mystery in this book was amazing. You just didn't know what was really going on until the very end when the secrets started leaking out. All of my guesses on how this one was going to play out were completely wrong. So it is definitely and edge of your seat thriller with a paranormal twist. The ending was even more amazing and I was sucked in until the last page. Blur is a haunting and creepy mystery read that will make you wish you had its sequel. Steven James well deserves the title Master of Suspense.
The isolated town of Beldon, Wisconsin, is shocked when a high school freshman’s body is found in Lake Algonquin. Just like everyone in the community, sixteen-year-old Daniel Byers believes that Emily Jackson’s death was accidental. But at her funeral, when he has a terrifying vision of her, his world begins to rip apart at the seams.
Convinced that Emily’s appearance was more than just a mere hallucination, Daniel begins to look carefully into her death, even as he increasingly loses the ability to distinguish fantasy from reality.
What’s real? What’s not? Where does reality end and madness begin?
As Daniel struggles to find the truth, his world begins to crumble around him as he slips further and further into his own private blurred reality.
Full of mind-bending twists and turns, Blur launches a new trilogy of young adult thrillers from Steven James, a master of suspense.