Monday, October 14, 2013

Candace's Book Blog & CBB Book Promotions Presents SUSY Asylum (Lorne Family Vault, Book 2) by Michael Pierce

About SUSY Asylum (Lorne Family Vault #2)

In SUSY Asylum, there is no release. There is no escape. No hope.

Oliver and Desiree are introduced to the writings of a mysterious blogger, Commodore Chaos, when they return to Provex City to indulge in what the sublime city has to offer. The blogger claims the Lornes are collecting people venturing between the higher planes of awareness and locking them away in a mythical asylum. But are these legitimate concerns for inter-plane travelers or just the ramblings of an anonymous conspiracy blogger?

Oliver looks to Provex City as his only connection to his father while Desiree looks to the city as an escape from the torment of losing her best friend—again. Provex City is a wonder of beautiful treasures, entrancing them to continue returning. But behind the beauty, wolves have continued hunting Oliver, a boy who is still unaware of his importance in the rebellion.

Oliver’s belief is waning. Desiree will not always be by his side. Mr. Gordon will not always come to his aid. Oliver finds himself alone, forced to confront his biggest fears, fight his inner demons, and face the very cold reality that no one is coming to save him.

Welcome to SUSY Asylum.


My Review

5 of 5 Susy Asylum

Susy Asylum is a great follow up to Provex City. We get to find out more of the characters we have come to love from Provex City. The things they went through and why they went through them and what haunts them. My heart really went out to Oliver and Desiree because they have gone through so much and Oliver will have to face some demons he does not know even exist. For Desiree she has to deal with the loss of someone she loved and someone she was close to. 

Oliver and Desiree stumble upon a blog that has the craziest ramblings ever because the blogger is going on about the Lorne family locking people up for in a mystical asylum who travel between planes. At first it just seems likes it ramblings of a crazy person but soon Oliver and Desiree realize there is something going on but they just don't know what it is.They will discover that there is more to this than meets the eye and pretty soon they will discover that everything is not what it seems. 

Oliver and Desiree both love Provex City and want to be there because for Oliver it is his only connection to his father and for Desiree it is about memories that she holds dear to her. But what happens when the truth comes out and Oliver starts to believe there is something off about Prove City. Oliver will learn the hard way that things can go out of control in a nano second and he will soon find himself locked in a battle he just may not win. Oliver still has not figure out he is the key to in the rebellion and some will do anything to get him.

About Provex City (Lorne Family Vault #1)

Fifteen-year-old Oliver Grain begins his school year fighting off bullies, learning about the boy who committed suicide in his room, and trying to understand why his history teacher, Mr. Gordon, has taken such a personal interest in him.

Do you believe in ghosts? Do you believe you can make bullies simply disappear? Do you believe you can walk through walls?

Mr. Gordon tells Oliver: "When you truly believe anything is possible, you will be able to open doors where there were only walls." And one of those doors leads Oliver to Provex City, which puts him in far greater danger than he can possibly fathom.


About Michael Pierce:

I believe in a future where I will be able to write full-time, a picture I already hold vividly in my mind. It all starts with my debut young adult novel, Provex City. I love Harry Potter & The Marbury Lens, Tool & Elliott Smith, Dexter & Donnie Darko, bold coffee & amber ale. I also love dabbling with writing music and recording, with no illusions of ever making it a career. I am ecstatically married and the lucky father to a beautiful baby girl.

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1 comment:

Candace said...

I'm so glad you loved it! Thanks so much for hosting a tour stop and sharing your thoughts!