Framed And Burning

I read this book before I read the first one in the series. And I loved every bit of it. It took me three sittings to complete my reading. No, it was definitely not because of the content, but due to my personal commitments. However, I sure will read it once again (even more) as and when I get the opportunity.

The plot is enthralling and disturbing at the same time. The concept of dreamslippers is something I have never heard of, and after reading this book, I definitely want to read up more on them. Also, the fact that Lisa addresses a vital issue to send across a strong message is commendable.

Lisa's writing style not only succeeds in vividly describing each scene, the tone at which narration is executed is strong enough to keep a reader glued to the book. She has integrated the evils of child pornography in her narration. And this is one issue which needs constant focus.

Children are innocent but, thanks to a few perverts, this innocence is exploited. Using their pictures, paedophiles not only shatter a child's dreams, they leave a scar for lifetime. Lisa's story rakes up so many emotions. For me, her story made me feel even more protective towards my kids. I wish I could say more about this, but then, it would be a big time spoiler.

All the characters have a significant role. In fact, the storyline and theme are the protagonists. Hence, each character has a specific role to play in order to bring out the essence of the story.

To sum up, I loved getting framed and burning. The story gets under your skin and will make you ponder long after you are done with reading. Its a must read.

P.S - Thank you Legit Lit Book Tours for giving me this wonderful book to read.

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