Monday, March 27, 2017

Review: Beastia by Zoe Cruz

Title: Beastia
Author: Zoe Cruz
Release Date: March 13, 2017
Genre: Teen & YA, Bullying, Social & Family Issues and Literature & Fiction
Source: Received from Smith Publicity in exchange for an honest review

What if the Beauty became the Beast?

In a Dark Retelling of Beauty and the Beast, a mean girl falls prey to a mad man.

The meanest of mean girls, Rebekah Austin rules her Chicago school with sharp outfits and an even sharper tongue. She has a way of making even the most beautiful and brilliant girls in her class feel like dirt. But underneath the queen-bee fa├žade is someone who feels ugly, repulsive…beastly.

When Rebekah falls prey to a madman, the bully becomes the bullied. Scarred and tormented, she abandons her previous life and adopts a new identity, but her ghastly appearance haunts her everywhere she goes. Only with the help of determined friends can she move past her horrifying experience—and maybe even let herself be loved. And if the madman returns to finish what he started, will she be ready, or will she give up hope?

My Review
Beastia is an enticing YA book and Zoe did an amazing job portraying the characters. I had a hard time putting the book down to go to work and sleep. I couldn’t imagine the horrendous things that Bea went through actually happening so someone. Overall the book was good and the story line was smooth and I really enjoyed the book and I can’t wait for more.

Author Bio

Writer. Traveller. Geek.

Zoe Cruz is a notorious book lover, anything sci-fi and fantasy and more. She has lived in Spain for nearly four years and is currently back in the United States.

Her interests include Skyrim, watching anything Star Trek related, and writing books.

No comments:

Post a Comment