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    I was first drawn to this book by the awesome cover Skulls are just so alluring When I started this book I wasn't sure what to expect but I got a whole lot of awesomeMy favorite kinds of books are character driven and this book had

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    They were misfits at school and in the one place they should find comfort home Together they found a place to belong in the dark of the night where only the trees could hear them And now they were about to unravel a mystery that has haunted their small town for years and it may cost them their livesRJ Garcia’s NOCTURNAL MEETINGS OF THE MISPLACED is the story of four kids who know pain loss and have learned

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    TW Domestic Violence35 out of 5 starsI was part of the promotional blog tour for this bookThis was definitely a storyline that I found to be full of suspense Scary creepy with those scenes in particular a good read for around Halloween time Told from two teen male POVs which I found really refreshing Tommy and his sister are sent to live with an Aunt and Grandparents who are completely new to them This is after social services tak

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    I must admit that I went into this book a little blind and based solely off the title I didn't read the synopsis and I was pleasantl

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    Edgy read with lots of twists and turn and characters you can't stop thinking about You're instantly drawn in to heart wrenching tragedy dark secrets and hope surrounding rural Indiana and the darkness hiding within the small town of Summertime

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    Fun exciting mystery story First thing i have to say i LOVE all the pop culture references in this book Tommy and

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    “I began to wait for Saturday’s and our nocturnal meetings It was an after school activity for kids who didn’t join after school activities It was a social gathering for kids like me who didn’t play a sport or have any real interest or

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    If VC Andrews and Stephen King had a babyit would be this book And I mean that only in the very best way This YA novel is a thrill ride of su

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    R J Garcia`s Nocturnal Meetings of the Misplaced is a story about four friends bonded together by a neighborhood reeking of the creeps and twisted family relationships Garcia`s writing is fluent and flexes mastery over small

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    Fast paced mystery that will leave you breathlessTommy and his sister are sent away to live with their uncle As they try to settle into their new home Tommy learns of an old mystery that connects him In a small town that holds a lot of secrets

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review ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ R.J. Garcia

Mystery surrounds the town of Summertime of the PDF #202 Indiana where fifteen year old Tommy Walker and Nocturnal Meetings PDF or his little sister are sent to live with relatives they’ve never met Tommy soon makes Meetings of the ePUB #10003 friends with Finn Wilds a rebel. TW Domestic Violence35 out of 5 starsI was part of the promotional blog tour for this bookThis was definitely a storyline that I found to be full of suspense Scary creepy with those scenes in particular a good read for around Halloween time Told from two teen male POVs which I found really refreshing Tommy and his sister are sent to live with an Aunt and Grandparents who are completely new to them This is after social services take them away from living with their Mum In this new location Tommy meets one of the local troublemakers called Finn sadly for him Finn lives with a Stepfather who doesn t give him any form of acceptance and also works as the sheriff Joining with local teens Tommy feels he has found new friends for the first time in a while But the struggles of adolescence as well as a case of kidnapping and an unsolved murder turn their lives and friendships completely upside down This standalone novel was full of twists and turns with interesting perspectives from the teens featured throughout the story I liked the setting of a small town in Indiana and the chilly plotline of the unsolved murder Personally the two teen male POVs of Tommy and Finn were written really well each chapter represents one of their perspectives Dialogue kept the pacing fast and flowing well throughout This is a story that I can definitely see readers over 15 enjoying I did read this in one sitting which I felt added to the intrigue and excitementEXTRA Some of the scenes of violence I found to be a little graphic and uncomfortable to read Wasn t the biggest fan of the romance either much preferred the mystery

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Lious local who lives with his volatile and abusive stepfather who also happens to be the town’s sheriff Finn invites Tommy to late night meetings in the woods where Tommy gets to know two girls He forms a special and uniue connection with both girls The meetings become a pl. Edgy read with lots of twists and turn and characters you can t stop thinking about You re instantly drawn in to heart wrenching tragedy dark secrets and hope surrounding rural Indiana and the darkness hiding within the small town of Summertime

review ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ R.J. Garcia

Ace where the kids who don’t fit in at school or home can finally belong As the group of friends begin to unravel clues to a cold case murder and kidnapping they learn the truth is darker and closer than they ever imagined Even if they live to tell will anyone believe them.. I began to wait for Saturday s and our nocturnal meetings It was an after school activity for kids who didn t join after school activities It was a social gathering for kids like me who didn t play a sport or have any real interest or talents I guess It could become a kind of regular thing with no rules or expectations Speaking of expectations this uote above is what I thoughtbelievedhoped Nocturnal Meetings of the Misplaced was going to be about But uickly and sadly learned that it was not What I was expecting was something sort of like The Kings of Summer with those Lord of the Flies vibes You know young teenaged boys running rampant in the woods at dark that becomes the start of a type of cultish wild and primal mischievous gang of kidsSomething along those lines Nocturnal Meetings of the Misplaced was instead of a contemporary or thriller I d say Let me touch on what I did appreciate Thorough character and world building True to age teenagers whose thoughts actions and reactions were much realistic in their adolescence than most YA book teens are I liked that It felt real Male pov I greatly enjoy a male pov in the YA book world that is predominantly a female narrative Character driven plot The author really takes you into the lives of the characters here even in 1st person well done And now what rubbed me the wrong wayFirst of all trigger warning There is domestic violencechild abuse And while that is ugly enough in itself it really put me off that the abuser is a sheriff Now I understand that authorities aren t perfect and aren t all heroes and often abuse their power but it put me off here are some uotes from this step fathersheriffchild abuser aka Polar Bear You are both dead Polar Bear Raged I m going to kill you both and drop you in an abandoned well No one will ever find either of you or give a shit This adult character while still in uniform often yells these kinds of threats to children It wasn t believable to me Also thinking of young adolescent minds I didn t appreciate the cough syrup abuse by the 15 year old MC Cough syrup abuse is already a problem and danger among teenagers and I understand this may sadly be relatable for readers but I felt this sort of glamorized it Here is a uote I guzzled some generic night time cold medicine knowing I wouldn t be able to sleep without it and again I drank a little cold medicine and crashed on Isabella s floor Disclaimer Thought I should point out that no I wasn t bothered by the marijuana use mostly because I am from California and it s legal here But also because marijuana doesn t have side effects such as liver damage like with ibuprofen or acetaminophen in cold medicine nor can you overdose and die from it And no that doesn t mean I believe children should be smoking marijuana I m saying there are healthier and natural sleep aids and I didn t like how this kid guzzles cough syrup when he can t sleep Don t fight me on this it ll be pointlessI digress I also didn t appreciate the racism and homophobia Although I understand it was specific to a character and that character s development but I was surprised to see it in these fragile times where I don t like to touch topics of racism with a ten foot pole Here s a uote Hey faggot get the hell out Tell your little coloured sister that I said hi and Sean interrupted her asking if I was Mexican because I had black hair and brown eyes Jess reached over the table and smacked him saying He looks white She pointed out He just has brown hair and brown eyes as if being Mexican would have been a bad thing This conversation was uncomfortable to read I just felt it was unnecessary and triggering And as a white person I d like to say we aren t all this goddamn stupid and we aren t all blonde and think if you re not blonde you must be something else and actually wonder about it Like should I walk around introducing myself saying Hi I have dark dark almost black hair and brown eyes and olive coloured skin but I m Caucasian just in case you were wondering eyeroll No we are all human I see people And yes I understand this was about character development but let s not get into Southerners and hillbilly stereotypes eitherI don t know I read a looooooooot of books and perhaps this was the first one I ve come across with these topics and it just surprised me Overall a decent book just not for me I d recommend it to the first teen boy in my life I m thinking of my nephews here who actually showed an interest in reading And also of course for anyone who enjoys this genre Thank you to the publisher for allowing me an opportunity to review this book in exchange for an honest review