Friday, January 10, 2014

Review | Silenced 2: The Overtaking (Silenced Series) by RaeBeth McGee-Buda @RaeBethMcgee

Title:  Silenced 2: The Overtaking 
Author:  RaeBeth McGee-Buda
Series: Silenced
Length:  218 Pages
Released:  Jul. 26, 2013


In life when one thing goes wrong, it can feel like everything goes wrong. Secrets come to the surface while friendships twist out of control, romantic relationships end, and even a dear loved one can die!

In Silenced: The Overtaking Amber’s life turns to chaos when she finds out Sarah, her childhood friend dies suddenly, her stepfather reveals another devastating family secret, and her boyfriend begins pushing her away.

After all the truth comes out, Amber turns to her darkness for comfort when her worst fear becomes reality. Her secret with cutting is discovered when she loses control and ends up in the hospital. Amber’s long journey to recovery begins with a battle. While she’s fighting her way to freedom, she discovers the one love she’s been missing her entire life.

Will Amber overtake her darkness of cutting or will the darkness overtake her?

I think all in all it was good read. I typically don't read books like this. But I don't regret reading it .I can tell Reabeth wrote this with heartfelt conviction. It's about a girl named Amber who has just lost her best friend, and now has this underlining guilt of leaving Sarah behind. Feeling if she would have stayed, she would still be here .They did everything together, even starting cutting together and now the darkness is trying to take over. This book is about life after death, living in a world where her only relief is to cut herself to make the pain go away. Landon, who she thought was her only sense of security and support, now is slowly folding under pressure and pushing her away. Amber gains a sister, father and her mom who she never thought would be going through this journey of recovery with her. I think I connected with Amber in a way, fighting the urge of being depressed and not always accepted by the ones you love. Sometimes it takes a tragedy to find who is true family and friends. Learning to love yourself for you and having faith you won't cave under pressure.
Out of the whole book the ending was my favorite, because it goes to show you can overcome all things through Christ.

About the Author
RaeBeth McGee-Buda was born in southwestern Pennsylvania in 1987, the second daughter of Rachel Yost and Arthur Curtis McGee. RaeBeth grew up loving to read and write poetry, as well as short stories. Her childhood dream was to become a teacher. Rae Beth's dream of writing was created in her eleventh grade literature class where writing became her passion.

RaeBeth married in August 2012 to her husband, Gregory Stephen Buda Jr. and resides in a small Pennsylvania town of Fairchance. RaeBeth is a full time mother of one beautiful little girl and a mother to an angel in heaven as of May 27th, 2013.

She graduated from American Intercontinental University with her associates in business administration. She enjoys spending her time writing and feels that connecting with readers is her main goal.

RaeBeth published Silenced under her maiden name but plans to continue writing under her married name with any other works.

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