Barking Madness by Ryan Hill



Michael hates his family and feels alone and unloved. He only finds comfort when he’s with his friends, but even they get on his nerves. Everything about Ashwood and his life bores him, until Rosetta Harper moves into town. With her as a new classmate, Michael finally gets the excitement he was looking for, but it may be at too high a cost…


I was really impressed with this book, “Barking Madness” by Ryan Hill. It had an amazing plot, and overall the writing is good. But there are some issues. The good part was that this is an excellent novel overall, even though it is quite lengthy, it had a riveting plot and interesting storylines. The descriptions were vivid, and the conversations felt natural. I was surprised by a lot of things, and felt invested. Overall I really did enjoy this book and would read more from this author. He has a natural gift for crafting a well-thought out story and developing interesting, flawed, memorable characters. (4 stars) Karen Matthews–Goodreads, Indie Book Reviewers

This book is sure to lead all readers on a crazy adventure of twists and turns. Not only is this book an incredible mystery but also a surprising comedy. While this book kept my on the edge of my seat, at practically all times, I also was laughing out loud much of the time as well. Clever dialogue and how the two main characters’ points of view bled together kept me reading for hours at a time. I had never, ever considered myself a fast reader until I purchased this wonderful book. I couldn’t stop once I started! This book does not hold a single boring word in all of its pages! I recommend this book HIGHLY to anyone who enjoys reading because it has everything for any type of reader. (5 stars) Autumn — Amazon reviewer

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