Cover Crush: Madness by Zac Brewer

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Cover Crush: Madness by Zac Brewer


Madness by Zac Brewer has a deep and emotional cover and I just love it. The story is sure to be deep and emotional too, but it feels like hope. Hope that even those of us who are damaged maybe are just ok and need to find a place where we can be ourselves and be happy. We can still find companionship, friendship, and love. But maybe that isn’t what’s best for everyone involved. This story is sure to break me, but sometimes I need to read subjects too close to home in order to know I am not alone. Well that works for me, but I hope everyone loves this cover as much as I do. Madness is releasing this fall, September 19th, be sure to add it to your TBR.

Madness by Zac Brewer

Category: Young Adult, Contemporary
Publication: September 19th, 2017; HarperCollins
Purchase: Amazon

In his most honest and gripping young adult novel yet, New York Times bestselling author Zac Brewer tells the story of a girl named Brooke, who survived a suicide attempt and wants to try again—until a relationship with a boy who’s going through some of the same struggles turns her world upside down.

Brooke Danvers is pretending to be fine. After six weeks of in-patient therapy, she’s gotten so good at pretending that they’re sending her home. Now she just has to fake it long enough for her parents and teachers to let their guard down. This time, when she is ready to end her life, there won’t be anyone around to stop her.

Then Brooke meets Derek. Unlike her family, her therapist, or even her best friend, Derek really gets what Brooke is going through, because he’s going through it too. As they start spending more time together, Brooke suddenly finds herself having something to look forward to every day. More than that—she might even be happy.

But when Derek’s feelings for her intensify, Brooke is forced to accept that the same relationship that is bringing out the best in her might be bringing out the worst in Derek—and that Derek at his worst could be capable of real darkness.