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ASYLUM by MADELEINE ROUX REVIEW

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Asylum is a great, intriguing novel written by Madeleine Roux. It was published on August 20th 2013 by HarperTeen.

It is about a sixteen-year-old Dan Crawford who is excited to be attending a summer program at college prep school in New Hampshire. When he arrives he learns that dormitory, where he will be staying during the summer, used to be an asylum. When he moves in he finds a creepy picture in his drawer. It is a picture of a doctor with his eyes scribbled out. His roomate Felix tells him about the old west wing which he later investigates with his new friends Jordan and Abby. They discover more creepy photos from asylum and patients profiles. Abby discovers the truth about her long lost aunt; meanwhile strange things and murders are happening on campus. It all looks like a serial killer who was once a patient there is back on a killing spree.

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I can not really decide which one is my favourite character because I enjoyed them all. If I had to choose only one I guess it would be Dan, his dreams make book even more suspensful.

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I am really glad I read this book, it is a fast read. There were a lot of plot twists which I never expected. I really liked the photographs which made the book even more thrilling.

My rating is 5 out of 5 🌟

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I have already started reading the second book, I am really excited to see how it all ends!

Photos were taken with my Nikon D5000.

Do not forget to join my book giveaway on my IG @blissfullifeproject πŸ€

Wish you all a gret day πŸ’•

With love, N.

You are a masterpiece 🌼

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