Small Blue Thing

S. C. Ransom

Small Blue Thing
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Small Blue Thing

S. C. Ransom

Celebrating the end of exams with best friend Grace, 17 year-old Alex rescues a swan caught on a wire in the Thames mud and finds an extraordinary bracelet. Through its disturbing and compelling powers, she finds Callum, a soul locked in a half-life of sadness and mystery following a terrible accident, and his persuasive and sinister sister, Catherine. As Alex and Callum grow closer despite the enormous obstacles to their love, the dangers mount until they must risk everything.

Review

Small Blue Thing was definitely an interesting read. It’s set in England which is a really nice change from all the American settings and language.

Alex just a seventeen-year-old girl living her life (and going through her exams) when she finds a bracelet that allows her to see people who drowned in the River Fleet but have become Dirges – similar to ghosts. She quickly falls in love with the mysterious and good-looking Dirge, Callum, but because of their differences their romance isn’t easy.

The story occasionally moved a bit too quickly and could be confusing at times but all in all it was an enjoyable read with likeable (and really unlikeable!) characters, a good plot, an awesomely disturbing love interest and great malicious villains. I give it 6 ½ out of 10.

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