Monday, July 27, 2015

Bend Me, Shape Me (Street Stories Book 2) By: Debra R. Borys

Bend Me, Shape Me (Street Stories Book 2) 

By: Debra R. Borys
  • Print Length: 192 pages
  • Publisher: New Libri Press (March 14, 2013)
  • Publication Date: March 14, 2013
  • ASIN: B00BUR63P8

Book Description:
Snow Ramirez hasn’t trusted anyone in a very long time, not even herself. Memories of her childhood on Washington’s Yakama Reservation haunt her even on the streets of Chicago. When her squat mate Blitz slits his own throat in front of her, she knows it’s time to convince someone to trust her instincts. Blitz may have been diagnosed bi-polar, like Snow herself, but no way would he have offed himself like that if the shrink he’d been seeing hadn’t bent his mind completely out of shape. 

Normally she wouldn’t care. Who wasn’t crazy in one way or another in this messed up world? After all, she’d gotten out from under the doctor’s thumb weeks ago and it was too late for Blitz now, wasn’t it? Snow’s little brother Alley, though, there might still be time to save him. If only she can get reporter Jo Sullivan to believe her story before Snow loses her own mind.

Book Review:

Bend Me, Shape Me (Street Stories Book 2) 

By: Debra R. Borys
Review By: Brittany Perez (Oh My Bookness)
July 27, 2015

Again Debra R. Bory's has nailed it in her sequel of the Street Stories, Bend Me Shape Me. A riveting story that will keep you on your toes until the end. I dare you to to read Bend Me Shape Me, it's not about the elite but about unfortunate circumstances that unfold for 18 year Snow Ramirez and her brother Alley and the unfortunate circumstances the behold her friend. Witnessing what her friend felt necessary to do made Snow think that a diagnosis of bipolar was not enough to push her friend over the edge. Diagnosed as well she feels the psychiatrist was a Euthanasia someone who wanted to "help" relieve one from ones pain, plain and simple just another murder. It why Snow had felt he had something to do with her friends break.

Snow is not sure if she left in time with enough of her own mind in tact. She knows the psychiatrist had something to with her friends death to help  "relive" him of his pain, but the only thing is she has to prove it. Does she have enough time? She is determined to keep her little brother safe and get answers to her past with help of a reporter. The closer they get the dangerous it gets, can they get the answers they desire before its to late. Does Snow have enough he enough time? Will her past yield the answers she is looking for? What happened to make her to forget?

Debra R. Borys is the author of the STREET STORIES suspense novel series. A freelance writer and editor, she spent four years volunteering with Emmaus Ministries and the Night Ministry in Chicago, and eight years doing similar work at Teen Feed, New Horizons and Street Links in Seattle. The STREET STORIES series reflects the reality of throw away youth striving to survive. The first two books in the series are Painted Black and Bend Me, Shape Me. Her publication credits include short fiction in Red Herring Mystery Magazine, Downstate Story and City Slab.
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