Saturday, April 06, 2013

Sneak Peek + Giveaway: Asylum by Jenny Miller

For today, I'm featuring a novel that was recently published last month. If you're interested in YA historical with a touch of mystery and paranormal, this is something you need to read.

March 25, 2013

June Foster’s summer is limping along. Her life on a 1950′s farm in eastern Washington is boring–full of milking cows, picking apricots and tending to the chicken coops. Her only friends are her record player and her books. But when gorgeous, turquoise-eyed Frank falls into her world, her life becomes anything but ordinary.

June falls for Frank hard and fast–he’s beautiful, impossibly strong, and capable of things ordinary humans are not. But she’s wary about his father Jonas, a creepy man with an agenda. She should be. Suddenly June is deathly ill, falling in and out of consciousness. When she recovers, June and Frank discover Jonas’s deadly plans for her–and June takes revenge.

Convicted of murder, declared insane and sentenced to life at Washington Pines Sanitarium, June is stuck. Jonas’s plans are reaching her beyond the grave, and she suspects that there’s a lot more going on in the sanitarium than group therapy and electric shocks. Something evil has followed her here, or maybe it was waiting for her all along. If Frank doesn’t break her out soon, she’ll lose her mind–and her life.

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Without further ado, here's the sneak peek:

About the Author:

Jenny Miller grew up in Seattle, writing sappy (illustrated!) novels for her obliging parents. She studied creative writing at the University of Washington and holds a Masters in Teaching from Seattle University. She still lives in the Emerald City with her husband, two kids, and a dog who thinks he’s a cat. ASYLUM is her first novel.

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  1. oooh! this sounds creepy and intense! Totally want to read this!

  2. I'm always interested in a good asylum story!!!

  3. That's definitely different!I love the darkness and authenticity of it! Thanks for sharing this with us, Precious :)

    - Ellie at The Selkie Reads Stories

  4. It sounds awesome & it's definitely something I'd read =D