Spilling Blood by L. Penn (Book Review #669)

Spilling blood is a story of revenge. The author tells the story of a teenager who is raped by her boyfriend and how she takes every measure to take back what she feels she lost. Toni is strong, and with the help of her best friend Rebecca, the story becomes a well compelling tale of two girls discovering a way to endure the pain of being taken advantage of.

The bond between the two girls was admirable, and the friendship they had brought out the best part of the book. The tale was filled with many touching scenes, and some of that may have been sensitive to the audience. Revenge is the name of the game, and redemption is what they seek.

 

The storytelling was emotional and descriptive. Due to the nature of the content, I felt as if I, too, wanted revenge. The literature was descriptive to a point where the reader could understand the idea of how the experience would have been felt.

 

I enjoyed the book and would recommend it to anyone who likes reading fictional novels, and that discusses sensitive topics such as sexual abuse.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

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