The disturbing visions that helped Daniel Byers solve a deadly mystery have finally quieted, and the sixteen-year-old basketball star is looking forward to things settling back to normal. But when his father mysteriously disappears, Daniel realizes that the key to finding his dad rests in deciphering his chilling hallucinations.Soon, long-buried secrets begin to surface, revealing clues that could help him locate his father. But as the past collides with the present and reality begins to blur around him, Daniel faces a race against time to save his dad before its too late.Filled with pulse-pounding suspense, Fury continues the thrilling young adult Blur Trilogy from bestselling author Steven James....
|Title||:||Fury (Blur Trilogy #2)|
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|Number of Pages||:||434 pages|
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Fury (Blur Trilogy #2) Reviews
Another epic installment in Daniel's epic "Blur" story. I love the way Steven James puts all the pieces together for the story to captivate your mind. The mystery and madness of this story is contagious, I wish I can visit Wisconsin and see lake superior just because of the amazing way that Steven James brings it to life in this amazing story. If you are into YA, thrillers or solving a mystery, this trilogy is just for you. I can't wait to read "Curse" the final book in this epic trilogy.
This series does keep your mind engaged as you try to puzzle it out. You really won't be able to put this book down.
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As I mentioned in my review of Blur, I loved it so much that halfway through it I went ahead and got Fury. I thought Blur was good, but Fury was even better. More action, more characters, and an even bigger mystery. Fury picks up a few months after solving the case of Emily Jackson's death. Daniel's blurs have all but disappeared, so he's getting back into his normal routine. With football season now over, Daniel's playing basketball. One d ...more
Fury was okay, but not memorable at all for me. I dragged through most of it. And now, not even 2 full days later I can hardly remember how it ended.
At first it was more than a tad too repetitive, and the perfectly perfect protagonist made me doubt, why I had liked the first book, and even ordered book two and three immediately after finishing it. I mean, it's not that I need protagonists to be mischievous menaces, but still this boy is perfection, and yet I had been interested enough to want to continue the series?? Really, I could be demented?
Then about a quarter in it becomes really addictive. Like every time I wanted to stop, I had to re ...more
Another book to add to my Meh pile. I can’t say I hated it. I can’t even say it was written badly, although there were two things in it that bothered me. First, the main character Daniel was a football star in book one, now he’s a basketball star. Will he be running for president in book three?. The second thing is that it takes place before Christmas but there is a couple of feet of snow on the ground (maybe in a freak year) and the ice on the lake is think enough to carry a person’s weight in ...more
Thanks to NetGalley for having both books available for me to review! The second book of The Blur Trilogy has arrived only to leave me in suspense for another year! I was thrilled to see the protagonist was a young man, Daniel, who is in his 11th grade year, the school’s star quarterback, is into Math and is shy! (Too often the protagonist is female…)
The first book hooked me with the ‘blurs’ Daniel starts having which lead him to discover the unsolved mystery of several deaths in his small town ...more