Thursday, January 24, 2013

Book Review: Marina in a Green Dress

Title Marina in a Green Dress

Author Alan Davidson

Release Date May 20, 2012

New to London, Jessica Tye is alarmingly obsessed with MARINA, a lush West End stage musical. With its storyline, its music -- and its sensational boy lead singer, Kennedy Orr, who won a TV talent show to land the role. She's often composed letters to him, in her head. When she finally puts pen to paper, it's for an emotional outpouring only, not for posting......until, surprisingly, her dull boy friend decides to teach her a lesson and mails it.

He's not to know that Jessica's letter will spark off amazing and unsettling events.....because Kennedy Orr has some obsessions of his own.

What a weird little book! It was unusual and romantic and slightly creepy. It was hard to put down. I don't think I've ever read anything similar.

Alan Davidson is a fantastic writer. He developed a complex and fascinating story in Marina in a Green Dress. The little book blurb doesn't do the book justice at all.

My only complaint is that the book started out a little slow. Once it picked up speed, though, it went full steam ahead.


4 out of 5 stars

* This book was provided for free in exchange for an honest review. *

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