Daylight Saving review by JesusFreak
Daylight Saving
by Edward Hogan
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fiction

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Age at time of review - 14
Reviewer's Location - Yucaipa, CA, United States
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Daniel just wants to be alone.  When his father forces him to go on a trip to Leisure World, he’s anything but enthusiastic.  However, when he meets a strange girl named Lexi, his world begins to spin out of control.  Odd cuts suddenly appear all over his body, and the more he talks to Lexi, the stranger she seems.  Will Daniel save Lexi from a terrible fate?

Opinion: 

I figured that since this book was under three-hundred pages, I’d be able to finish it quickly.  I was wrong.  It went on and on, and I didn’t want to read it in the least.  The main character, Daniel, did not interest me at all.  The book didn’t get any better until the last few chapters, and even then it was boring.  I normally like thriller/suspense novels, but this was a snore.

Rating:
2
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

Explain your content rating: 

There are quite a few sexual references.
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