Thursday, July 2, 2015

Review: The Dark Space by Mary Ann Rivers and Ruthie Knox

College senior Winnie Frederickson has accomplished nothing in four years but summa cum laude and the power of invisibility.

A professor’s kid, carelessly popular Cal Darling feels like he’s been going to college forever. If there’s anything left to learn, he’s not going to find it in the classroom.

The theater department’s “make-out class” is famously hard to get into, and what goes on between the twelve people who take it every spring is an annual topic of speculation. Winnie needs one more arts class to appear well-rounded for fellowships. Cal is just … bored.

The dark space – a class, a place, a state of mind – is ready for them both.

My Thoughts:
This one is a little different. Winnie is the girl who gets good grades that no one notices. Cal is the popular guy. They end up in the same class. Then things take a turn. Things get a little odd. They're in college. They're exploring and figuring out themselves, each other, and the direction they want to take in life. I like the writing, but you do need an open mind for this one. 

My Rating:  ***
Steam Factor: !!!!!
Language and some college-age experimentation.

My Source: purchased

Where to get it:

Amazon | B&N

Where to find the authors:

Mary Ann Rivers
Website | Twitter | Facebook Goodreads

Ruthie Knox
Website Twitter | Facebook  | Goodreads

Brain Mill Press

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