Disemblance by Shanae Branham
Posted by brriske
Clean YA Suspense/ Fantasy
Date Published: 8/8/2012
Jason Tanner lives between two worlds. Problem is, only one is real.
Inside the hologram machine 17-year-old Jason has everything his heart desires, including a digital simulation of his dead mother. While outside the machine, he’s forbidden contact with everyone. Living within the shadow of a serial killer, Jason is captivated by the beautiful girl next door, Boston Manning. Disobeying his father, he secretly cultivates a relationship with her.
For Boston life is divided into those that have and those that have not. Displaced in a new high school, she is determined to have the life she’s always wanted. But will her choices hijack her dreams and plunge her into the treacherous clutches of a serial killer?
As an action-packed romantic thriller, DiSemblance is sure to keep you guessing until the very end.
“A Marvelous, fast-paced thriller, sure to appeal to teen science-fiction aficionados and the uninitiated alike.” ~ Jill Allen, Clarion Review
This is a story about a boy a girl a detective and a serial killer. Boston Manning is the new girl in the neighborhood trying to fit in to the new school. Jason Tanner, her neighbor has a hologram machine invented by his father so he prefers living in his dream world. He’s been kept home and home schooled and kept away from the world for years. Then add the Comfort Killer and there’s more twists and turns than a mountain road, the end will blow your mind. I enjoyed it kind of like Star Trek with out the space. I will definitely be interested in reading more from this author.
Independent reviewer for Paranormal Romance & Authors That Rock. 4 fangs.
I am a professional writer with a bachelor’s degree in creative writing and a minor in grammar. I have also attended several years of classes and workshops in screenplay writing at the Los Angeles Screenplay writer’s Expo.
I love suspenseful, action-adventures and clean, young adult, romance stories. I was born and raised in a small town in Idaho. I am the second out of six children. When I was in my early 20’s my mother was killed by a drunk driver. This one incident drastically changed my life. I have always had a passion for reading and writing fiction. Owing to a life long struggle with Dyslexia, early teachers discouraged me from pursuing a career in writing.
As I have spent over twenty-five years transforming my language disabilities into professional writing skills, God has honed my insatiable passion into an incredible vision.