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Hurt By: Travis Thrasher

Hurt By: Travis Thrasher

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Published by David C Cook
His Rebellion Will Soon Turn to Hope

When Chris Buckley first encountered the mysteries of creepy Solitary, North Carolina, he had little idea how far he would fall into the town’s shadows. After losing the love of his life, Chris tried to do things his way. He hunted answers. Then he gave up trying to find them.

But now Chris comes back to Solitary knowing there’s a purpose for his being there. As he watches his place in a twisted and evil bloodline become clear, Chris waits for the last battle-and wonders who will be left when he finally makes his stand.

The fourth and final book in the Solitary Tales shines light into deep darkness as Chris’s journey to Solitary comes to a dramatic close.
His Rebellion Will Soon Turn to Hope

When Chris Buckley first encountered the mysteries of creepy Solitary, North Carolina, he had little idea how far he would fall into the town’s shadows. After losing the love of his life, Chris tried to do things his way. He hunted answers. Then he gave up trying to find them.

But now Chris comes back to Solitary knowing there’s a purpose for his being there. As he watches his place in a twisted and evil bloodline become clear, Chris waits for the last battle-and wonders who will be left when he finally makes his stand.

The fourth and final book in the Solitary Tales shines light into deep darkness as Chris’s journey to Solitary comes to a dramatic close.

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Published by: David C Cook on Feb 15, 2013
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Praise or …
Solitary 
A YA novel or the hip, the savvy, the thinker-outside-the-box—andanybody else who wants a great read. And don’t even try to predictthis one. Just hang on and let it take you straight into the real worldo the newest generation.”
Nancy Rue,
best-selling author o tween and young adult ction
Solitary 
is a cautionary tale, startling and suspenseul. Te charactersare unorgettable, the prose stark, and the dialogue masterul. ravisTrasher is a versatile storyteller who walks his readers through lie’suncertainties while leading them toward glimmers o hope.”
Eric Wilson,
 
New York imes 
best-selling author o Valley o Bones“Tough pegged as suitable or teens and tweens, this one’s no more‘young adult’ than Te Hunger Games, the Harry Potter books,or the wilight series. But instead o hype and hoopla, Trashergenerates authentic suspense and the eeling that something wickedthis way comes. Superior entry in the genre o Christian horror andteenage angst.
Kirkus Reviews,
 
Solitary 
 
Gravestone
“Te saga o young Chris Buckley continues in the second volume o the Solitary ales series. As in the rst book, Trasher adroitly mixeselements o horror and high school in equally terriying measures. And thanks to Internet access, Chris can now receive super creepy emails. A solid, suspenseul ollow-up to the mesmerizing debut.
Kirkus Reviews,
 
Gravestone 
“I you enjoyed Lost, you’ll enjoy 
Gravestone 
and all that is ravisTrasher’s
Solitary ales 
series. I you weren’t a an o meandering through endless mazes o questions without answers, it might notbe the ride or you. But still, packed ull o endless plot twists,ascinating characters, and engaging dialogue, it’s easy to see how this book will enthrall audiences and keep them coming back to see what Trasher has to throw at them next.
Lori Twichell,
 
FictionAddict.com

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