Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Bestie Review: Frostbite by Lynn Rush


Lynn Rush's "Frostbite", takes you through the life of a young woman with superhuman abilities. The main character, Amanda, is a high school senior that is just trying to get through her last few weeks of high school without any problems, but that seems to be easier said than done. Along for the ride with Amanda is her brother/ guardian Scott, and best friend Georgia. Georgia doesn't know about Amanda's secret, but both girls discover a secret that will link them forever. I really love how easily the book caught my attention. Normally for me to read a book my mind has to be completely enticed to want to read more. I loved how the author created a love interest for Amanda, all while she fights to keep her brother, best friend and secret safe from the people that are trying to hurt her. I only wished the book wasn't so much like a typical X-Men story line, it's been done so many times before. Don't get me wrong I enjoyed the book because I am personally into the superhuman ability possibility, but some people can often say it's been done before. The author's use of imagery keeps the reader enticed and enthralled. If you enjoy reading young adult, supernatural, or superhuman books; I highly recommend reading "Frostbite".



Driven to write, Lynn Rush often sees her characters by closing her eyes watching their story unfold in her mind. Lynn Rush is a pen name that is a combination of two sources – Lynn, the first name of her mother-in-law, who passed away and Rush – since the author is a former inline speed skater and mountain biker. All of Rush’s books are dedicated to Lynn, her namesake, and a portion of the proceeds benefits cancer research and awareness.

Rush holds a degree in psychology from Southwest Minnesota State University and a master’s degree from the University of Iowa. Originally from Minneapolis, Rush currently enjoys living in the Arizona sunshine by road biking nearly 100 miles per week with her husband of 16 years and jogging with her two loveable Shetland Sheep dogs.

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