“Suspenseful, enlightening and well done”

The reviews are starting to add up, and they’re all sounding pretty positive!

Bend Me, Shape Me

Kimberly Costa gave Bend Me, Shape Me 4-stars and some high praise.  Here are the highlights of her review, but I encourage you to click through to read the whole review and followup comments.

I am delighted I agreed to read and review this novel. Borys offers fascinating characters, a look at inner city homeless children and combines it with a suspenseful mystery that kept me flipping the pages. This is the second book in the Street Stories series but each work is a standalone. Three word review: suspenseful, enlightening and well done.

Snow is a powerful character who has been apart of too much darkness for a girl of eighteen. She is street wise and has spent her youth protecting her brother Alley and drowning her sorrow in pills. Snow and Alley are half Native American and left the Washington Yakama Reservation with her mother and father. Their life…

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