I say this with every review I write about Steven James’ books, but I can’t help it because he truly is the master of thriller novels! I absolutely loved Blur and the nail biting thrills continue with the second in the series, Fury.
The disturbing visions that helped Daniel Byers solve a deadly mystery have finally quieted, and the sixteen-year-old basketball star is looking forward to things settling back to normal. But when his father mysteriously disappears, Daniel realizes that the key to finding his dad rests in deciphering his chilling hallucinations.
Soon, long-buried secrets begin to surface, revealing clues that could help him locate his father. But as the past collides with the present and reality begins to blur around him, Daniel faces a race against time to save his dad before it’s too late.
Filled with pulse-pounding suspense, Fury continues the thrilling young adult Blur Trilogy from bestselling author Steven James.
This reminded me a bit of the scares and thrills of Sixth Sense and the action of James Bourne. This would make such a good movie series too. I’d be first in line.
I’m completely hooked on this series. There were some parts that grossed me out more than others (think some of the scenes from Blur), but y’all, I kept turning the pages. There’s kinda of a cliff hanger at the end and I need the third book now! Or at least a description of what’s coming.
What do I like even more about this? It’s different. The concept of blurs is fascinating and James combines all sorts of genre elements and you think he’s going in one direction and then it doesn’t quite turn out that way. He knows how to keep the reader guessing. I also liked the theme weaved throughout the pages. It made for some interesting internal dialogue for our main guy, Daniel. Have I mentioned I can’t wait for the conclusion??
This will probably take me a while, but I’m going to start reading all of James’ books. I’ve only read the recent ones, so I’m going to start from the beginning! Who are some authors you’ve read that made you want to read all of their books?