Thursday, 26 December 2013

Fault Line by C. Desir

Title: Fault Line
Author: C. Desir
Series #: Stand Alone
# of Pages: 240
Date Read: December 8th and December 25th
Genre: Contemporary/Realistic Fiction, Rape

I don't know how to rate this or to even think about this.  And I'm not writing a full review. There is too much to say, but also too much NOT to say. I've just got 3 words.

Heavy. Don't read this book unless you know what you are in for - a dark, steamy read about the horrible topic of rape. Also know that this book is so well-written that you will feel like you are in the place of the main character. I went into part of the same state of denial that Ben did, and chances are that you will as well.

Annoyance. Sometimes, throughout the book I got really annoyed at the characters because I saw the right choice, but they didn't and they didn't fix it. Don't be fooled by the first 35%. People change.

Understanding. I know so much more about this topic than I knew before, perhaps more than I wanted to know. But, it gives me a better understanding of what to do in my life if I ever come across anything like this, and I have the sympathy for others who have and will.

Recommended for ages 16+.



  1. Wow. Sounds super moving and heavy. I think I should wait for some time before reading this one.