Chasers - Book Review


Author: Vivian Hwang
Genre: Children - Preteen
Date Published: February 24, 2014
ISBN-10: 148340918X
ISBN-13: 978-1-4834-0918-4

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Book Review of :  Chasers

chasers.jpg Chasers by Vivian Hwang is set in a small town in Colorado. The story opens with three young adults-Shelby, Gary and May. The prologue introduces you to the narrator Shelby who explains the similarity between her and the other two teens. That will be your first shock. Needless to say, these three teens are different from the other kids in their town. They share a similar condition - Gary and May have the same "stone" and Shelby has a different one. The bond that ties them is the "stone". Chasers will take you through the life of Shelby, Gary and May. They share a common condition, but you become enthralled with their journeys in life--the things that each face and deal with. This book will provide you with adventure and humor and a compelling need to read on and see what could happen next. There is action, action and more action. Will the teens ever be "loosed" from their stones? Interesting reading--Enjoy!!

About Vivian Hwang


H. W. Vivian (1988-Present) was born Vivian Hwang in Flushing, New York, to a Taiwanese immigrant family, and grew up in her hometown. At a young age, she showed great interest toward the arts, studying piano, violin, and percussions, while drawing and painting on her own time. Her parents' divorce when she was eight years old took a big toll on her personal life, but she sreacted by burying herself in her artistic endeavors. At fourteen, she joined the Bayside High School music program. Afterward, she enrolled in the Art Institute of New York City's culinary arts and restaurant management program. After graduation, she returned to traditional college, enrolling in Baruch College-CUNY's Bachelor of Business Administration, majoring in Finance and Investments, and minoring in Theater. During this time, H. W. Vivian conceived the idea for her first novel, Chasers, but wouldn't publish it until many years afterward, in March 2014. Her second novel, Days of Amber, which is written under her pen name, Alex Chu, is currently on sale.

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