Fragile Facade (Blind Barriers Trilogy #1)

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Fragile Facade (Blind Barriers Trilogy #1)
Author(s)
Publisher Name
Dabber & Baehr
Age Group
16+
Published Date
December 26, 2017
ISBN Number
978-1505455021
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The Brightest Smiles Hide the Darkest Secrets.... When Raven Ferragamo finds a stranger’s diary, she has no idea it will catapult her into the mystery of diamond heiress Lark Kingsley’s disappearance. But Raven soon learns that Lark knew what was coming, and there was much more to her disappearance than the news headlines show. The more she discovers, the more Raven realizes that she and the girl born into Manhattan society aren’t so different after all. Now Raven can’t walk away from Lark’s pleas for help. But the deeper she goes, the more Raven realizes that she may end up ensnared in the dark secrets she seeks to unearth...

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An Intriguing Puzzle
Overall rating 
 
4.5
Writing Style 
 
5.0
Plot/Story 
 
4.0
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N/A
Characters (if applicable) 
 
4.0
Editing/Design Quality 
 
5.0
The story:
Raven moved to D.C. to start a new life but when she discovers the diary of missing diamond heiress Lark, her life takes a turn she could never have expected. As she tries to unravel the clues left behind by the missing girl she soon realises there may be something more sinister about Lark’s disappearance.

What I loved:
The questions and mystery were so well written even when I was only getting little teasers of what might come I couldn’t put the book down. I enjoyed reading from both Raven’s perspective then switching to Lark’s as it gave more insight into the missing heiress and her mindset.

What was just okay:
Fragile Façade didn’t offer any real answers only leaving me with more questions than I’d started with. I don’t mind a cliff-hanger ending, but it would’ve been nice to have a little more.

Final Verdict:
Fragile Façade was full of mystery, intrigue, and questions, so many questions. I found it hard to put down as the story unfolded, not wanting to stop until I had the next piece of the puzzle which in turn lead to yet another piece. I look forward to seeing where the mystery takes both Raven and Lark in book two of the series.

Good Points
Builds mystery and suspense.
Interesting characters.
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