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I received a free ecopy of What Lies Within from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Shelley's life turns on it's head when she receives a mysterious text message that says she's going to die. It looks like she's in real danger although she has no idea where the threat is coming from and no idea why. As she begins to learn what's going on, the more she begins to realize that she's not exactly the person she thought she was. If she makes it through this, one thing is for certain: nothing will ever be the same.
What Lies Within is a fast, edge-of-your-seat thriller. It hooked me right from the beginning. It provides enough answers to make it satisfying, but it leaves just enough unanswered to make me have to come back for more if there's another installment.
Shelley starts off pretty insecure, but I grew to like Shelley more over the course of the story as she learns more about herself. That being said she makes some really illogical decisions (see: Remy). When I got to their "interactions", I was stunned. But, then again, I'm not a teen anymore. On the other hand, Winston is a real scene stealer and he has some of the best parts. He's a great friend and has sense of humor I could appreciate.
If you enjoy mysteries and thrillers, you can't miss What Lies Within by James Morris.
I read this ebook from August 22 - 25, 2015 and my review is also on Goodreads.