Thursday, 5 February 2015

Polarity in Motion by Brenda Vicars

Polarity in MotionPolarity in Motion by Brenda Vicars
My rating: 5 of 5 stars



Well! This was certainly not what I was expecting. This was a fabulous read. Kept me turning pages and away from PC all day today, I think my online friends sent out a search party for me!

Nude photographs, who dunnit.

When Polarity discovers people purring over a photo of herself naked, she is in so many emotional places at once, she would NEVER EVER do this, just where did this come from, who did this.

A Mother with a black or white perception on life, no gray areas, does not help.

She's taken away form her home under Child protection services, people who she thought knew her start to taunt her, ridicule her.

The actual pace of this book is very fast, you are flicking pages and time just escapes you.

This was a great change to the books I have been reading lately, I would love to read more from this author.

It certainly is a MUST read.


Fifteen-year-old Polarity Weeks just wants to live a normal life, but with a mother diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, that’s rarely easy. Her life gets exponentially more disastrous when her sixth-period history classmates start ogling a nude picture of her on the Internet. Polarity would never have struck such a shameless pose, but the photo is definitely of her, and she’s at a complete loss to explain its existence.

Child Protective Services yanks her from her home, suspecting her parents. The kids at school mock her, assuming she took it herself. And Ethan, the boy she was really starting to like, backpedals and joins the taunting chorus. Surrounded by disbelief and derision on all sides, Polarity desperately seeks the truth among her friends. Only then does she learn that everyone has dark secrets, and no one’s life is anywhere near normal.









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