Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Corridor by Robin Parrish

Robin Parrish had me on the edge of my seat the entire time.

In Corridor, seventeen year old Troy finds himself in a room with a voice in his head. The voice tells him to, "Run!" When he makes it out of one room, he enters a new room with all new obstacles.

He learns this voice belongs to a girl named Victoria and she is supposed to guide him through the Corridor. There are multiple rooms and if Troy doesn't move fast, he could very well die.

These rooms will push his body and mind to the very brink and when you don't think it could ask for any more, this Corridor will demand so much more.

I thoroughly love everything Parrish writes. He never drops the ball with his pacing. His plots keep me turning page after page until late in the night.

True to Parrish-form, Corridor has characters with such depth that so much is revealed slowly throughout the book. Each chapter will leave you chomping at the bit for more answers.

When the answers come, they don't feel rushed or forced; they feel as if I should have known it all along.

Once I turned the last page, I sat back and imagined the day when I can return to this world Parrish has created. I hope he writes a sequel so we can do some more exploring.

This book was provided for review, at no cost, by StoneHouse Ink.

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