Book Review: Ruined by Elisa Dane


Title: Ruined by Elisa Dane

Goodreads Summary:

Sadie Reynolds is drowning.

Months have passed since Ian Daniels and Newton Daily opened fire at Atwood High school, killing dozens of students before turning the guns on themselves.

Determined to pay tribute to her fallen classmates and teachers, Sadie’s thrown herself into the memorial project at the newly rebuilt school. But it’s not enough. Horrific dreams of the shooting intertwined with memories of the night her mother was murdered keep her up at night and haunt her during the day.

The constant stream of hate raining down on her from faceless social media trolls only make matters worse. Her boyfriend, Hayden brings the only source of relief when he sneaks in to sleep next to her on nights her dad is at work.

Desperate for normalcy, Sadie fills every waking moment of her day with anything to take her mind off her pain. If she’s exhausted, she’ll be too tired to acknowledge the new threat gunning for her.


Review:I am giving this book a HUGE five out of five! Elisa Dane has done it again with the sequel to In the After. This book was amazing in every way. Just like the first book she touches on some hard topics that aren’t talked about enough. This book had me laughing, crying and going OMG right along with the characters. I loved seeing how they all grew and had to figure out how to handle what happened in their own ways. She has something happening at every corner and constantly leaves you wanting more. There are so many good things that I could say about this book. I would recommend it in a heartbeat.

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