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Crusher (Crusher, #1) by Niall Leonard

Finn is a good guy with dyslexia and a love for boxing. Legit the first time i read the book all i could see was adelaide and dylan especially with alex being describe with golden or hazel its been a while since i read it eyes and autumn leaf hair and idk that was just s3 stiles for me.

Listen to Florence with this book. Who is your ultimate book boyfriend? Love An edge Two sides – 1 year ago. They cannot take it. Set It Up The ending is action packed and as I said before a total shocker that you will not see coming.

And, while I’m all for adventure and chase scenes, the end of the book felt like Bruce Willis in one of those Die Hard movies. Which isn’t saying much. Surely this would be a highly traumatic event but Finn just carries on, emotionally unaffected. Prendergast is the detective who follows the main character and believes that the main character killed his father.

Thanks Santa jaceherondale simonlewis willherondale jemcastairs percyjackson augustuswaters tobiaseaton noahshaw aleclightwood magnusbane adrianivashkov dimtribelikov danielgrigori peetamellark patchcipriano alexsheathes julianfineman – 1 year ago. The investigation itself involves a crime lord of some type, clues that seem to appear out of sheer luck more than anything, and a whole slew of stereotypical characters that felt like cardboard cut outs of any crime movie.


Furthermore it latches itself onto boring, vacuous characters whose supposed faults ensure the stakes are lower than the price of a Lifestyle condom.

Yay yay yay and yay!! Niall Leonard has a great ear for dialogue, which isn’t surprising since he is a screenwriter as well. I mean, antrs on now. Which is saying a lot for me. I loved every word that came out of his mouth. Love, the deadliest of all deadly things: I think it started well, but sort of fell flat towards the end.

Also, given the current market trends of new books where it seems that everyone is writing about young people in a dystopian society killing each other for sport or supernatural beings coming out of the woodwork of every small town, I found Crusher to be a refreshing change from the very recent “norm”.

It was as suspenseful as many adult mysteries, with a strong both in voice and muscle teenage boy detective.

This book had some things going for it, but it needed work, and it just didn’t feel like it got enough attention once the initial writing was completed. I loved following Finn’s quest to catch his father’s killer. But Finn will find out the hard way that you really can’t trust anyone in this cruel life!

View all 6 comments. Some reasons I chose to read this book are because the cover looked interesting, the summary of the book was good, and it seemed like an investigation book that will keep me guessing what is going to happen next. You can sense Leonard’s screenwriting background throughout the book. One of the cops is treating him like the only viable suspect in his dad’s murder and informed said boss that he is the only one they’re currently investigating.

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His hair is a crown of leaves of thorns, of flames.

I enjoyed this book because it kept me on the edge of my seat the laurwn time wondering who killed the father? Preview — Crusher by Niall Leonard. You should go check out the whole poem Anyways, the algorithm has changed drastically again and I’m so mad.

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Live your se like there’s no tomorrow Crusher is a fabulous debut from Niall Leonard that is definitely not to be missed! Anyway, I miss the Delirium fandom.

Yet behind all that self-seriousness is a total lack of faith. You go along with the characters and try to figure out what happened. Rose Hathaway is a Dhampir, half human-half vampire, a guardian of the Moroi, peaceful, mortal vampires living discreetly within our world.

Anntes much time, you can bathe in it. For more of my reviews, visit my blog at Xpresso Reads Occasionally, there are flights of metaphorical fancy so bizarre as to be laughable. I’ll post a ending picture when I’m done. Lauren Oliver delirium book quote caps text over photo hate indifference. This is dw little later than promised, but here’s our newest candle!

Sam Deutcha popular Washington State high schooler, is forced to repeat the same day over and over again in a never-ending cycle of lunchroom gossip and pre-coital stressing. The main character is a son who has a bad background of selling drugs and dropping out of school.

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