Between the devil and the deep blue sea book summary

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Review -- Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

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Sign up for our newsletters! What happens when you can no longer believe what you see or even how you feel? When your world spins out of control, whom do you trust? Seventeen-year-old Violet White lives with her antagonistic twin brother, Luke, in an old mansion on the cliffs of a small, seaside village. Both the location of their house and their status as members of a prestigious family with old money leave Violet and Luke on the outskirts of town, but their family fortune is now virtually nonexistent, and their artistic parents are too busy painting their way across Europe. River is mysterious, charismatic and flashes a crooked smile that would make any girl starry-eyed. Despite his obscure background and an undeniable penchant for telling lies, River stirs within Violet feelings she has never had for any boy before.

A s soon as I saw the beautiful cover of this book, I was sold. The second reason was the synopsis. Between the Devil and The Deep Blue Sea by April G Tucholke is a modern gothic horror, a novel which seamlessly blends together some seriously morally wrong supernatural powers and a passionate romance, which will make you question what is wrong and right in a relationship. I found this book harrowing and slightly scary at times. This means serious business coming from a reader who absolutely adores books which grip you from the skin under and leave remnants of their words in your mind, months after flipping through the last pages. Violet is a strange girl, and I loved how April characterised her. Sound familiar?

She is the protagonist and the narrator.
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