Tuesday, 5 January 2016

Inbetween Days by Vikki Wakefield



Inbetween Days by Vikki Wakefield
Published September 25, 2015 by Text Publishing
Source: the publisher
Rating: 5 stars

From the blurb: At seventeen, Jacklin Bates is all grown up. She’s dropped out of school. She’s living with her runaway sister, Trudy, and she’s in secret, obsessive love with Luke, who doesn’t love her back. She’s stuck in Mobius—a dying town with the macabre suicide forest its only attraction—stuck working in the roadhouse and babysitting her boss’s demented father.
A stranger sets up camp in the forest and the boy next door returns; Jack’s father moves into the shed and her mother steps up her campaign to punish Jack for leaving, too. Trudy’s brilliant façade is cracking and Jack’s only friend, Astrid, has done something unforgivable.
Jack is losing everything, including her mind. As she struggles to hold onto the life she thought she wanted, Jack learns that growing up is complicated—and love might be the biggest mystery of all. 

Inbetween Days is Vikki Wakefield's third novel and it's yet another example of how she excels at writing about teens, loneliness, and small towns. Everything about Jack and the town of Mobius was palpable: her longing, the isolation, the mystery, the heat of the summer. The relationships were realistic and complicated, no matter who it involved: her sister, her mother, Jeremiah. The ending was perfect, not quite wrapped up but with just the right amount of resolution.

Thank you to Text Publishing for the review copy.


For the base of this manicure I used China Glaze First Mate, Nailt It! Cornflower, Models Own Blueberry Muffin, LA Colors Illusion, and Butter London Sprog.



For the grass and bushland I used Ulta3 Tahition Lime, Ulta3 Mermaid Green, and China Glaze Into the Wild.


For the movie screen I used acrylic paint.





4 comments:

  1. Beautiful nails, dear, and I'm so happy you loved this one! Wakefield has yet to disappoint me so I'm excited to see that her latest is just as impressive.

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  2. I have read one of Wakefield's, All I Ever Wanted, and I loved it! I think I picked it up based on your recommendation actually :) I need to read her two other novels as well.

    That nail art is stunning, it must have taken hours to make!

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  3. I love these nails Mands! Just gorgeous. I am still in awe of how you get so much detail on such a little space! You are amazing!
    I have a copy of this book but have been saving it up (I think I want to make sure I am in the perfect mood as I know it will be a new fave!). Hope you are going well! Lots of love xx

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