Salvaged Book Review

Author: Stefne Miller
Pages: 352 pgs
Reading Level: YA
Published: May 18th 2010

This book brings a message of faith and how you can survive a lot of hardships with hope and courage. The only fault I found is that it preaches very directly, I would have like if more subtle. But besides that is a book that portraits how love grows between a best friends, their struggles with teenage situations and how they learn to face them together. The characters are very likable and they grab you emotionally. In all a very refreshing love story.

Synopsis: My body was being torn apart, and my stomach felt as if it exploded. The pain was excruciating, and I was aware that I was dying... 'Mom?' My vision was murky, but I could see her face. It was bloody, and her eyes were large and full of fear. Her voice calmed. 'Get out of the car, Attie.' Her words sounded crisp and clear. I looked into the backseat in search of Melody and found her lying covered in blood in a twisted heap on the floor. I turned my attention back to my mother and out of the corner of my eye saw fire. 'Get out, Attie!' 'Mom?' Everything went dark.' Attie Reed should have died in the wreck that stole the lives of her mother and best friend. But her life was spared. Why? When Attie moves to Oklahoma to stay with the Bennetts for the summer, she hopes she has left her nightmares behind. But her battle is far from over, and Riley Bennett steps forward to help her fight the nighttime monsters. As the battle wears on, Riley begins fighting monsters of his own: his feelings for Attie. And Attie realizes she must begin to face the monsters of the night herself if she wants to conquer them for good. Can Attie's life be Salvaged?


  1. I've never heard of this before, but it's certainly intriguing! Great review! :)

  2. Thank you so much for taking the time to read and review the book! I truly appreciate it and I'm thrilled you enjoyed it.



Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...