Don’t Panic Book Review

Samantha Branson is having severe anxiety attacks. Her heart beats unusually fast, her breath quickens and her hands sweat. Every detail screams in her head that she is the center of unwanted attention. Everyone can hear her thoughts, her heart and her breathing. The silence of the classroom is so loud that focus is impossible.

After an attack lands her in the wrong bathroom, Sam meets Eli who offers to provide help. Faced with the return of her possessive ex-boyfriend and the blossoming of a new romance, Sam must find the strength inside herself to face her anxieties head on.



Review

This was a quick read for me as once I started I could not put it down. The story is about Sam a girl who is faced with frequent panic attacks. Attending school sets off these severe anxiety attacks as she hates to be the centre of attraction. When she meets a boy called Eli accidently in the bathroom, she benefits by the meeting as Eli also suffers from the same and books her into therapy so she can overcome this.

Written for Young Adults, it is something that teens would be able to identify with as panic attacks are common during this age.

Samantha must learn to trust to be able to get past this hurdle in life.

The author Lindsay also suffered panic attacks so it is a book written from the heart. It is emotional and simply written though the plot touches a very powerful subject.

I would definitely recommend this book.
 

Bio:
Lindsay Paige is a young adult romance author from North Carolina. Most of what Lindsay writes are her daydreams in lavish details. (Please excuse that fact when you read one of her future works about a girl who sleeps around.;)) When not writing, she is working to finish her first year of college.

Lindsay loves to read, listen to music, watch and play tennis, along with watching her favorite hockey team, the Pittsburgh Penguins. Lindsay is a big fan of Sidney Crosby (87) and buys Penguins merchandise whenever she can.
Lindsay loves to be around her family and best friends. One summer after viewing a video of Nicholas Sparks’ house, Lindsay’s mother made the comment that she should write a bestselling novel since she “reads so much”, that way they could have a beautiful house as
well. Lindsay took her comment to heart. She began working on Sweetness. A year later, the novel was complete.

Many of the aspects of the characters in Sweetness were inspired by Lindsay’s own struggles, such as a recovering alcoholic father and the anxiety Emily suffers because of her past.

This review is part of the Don’t Panic Book Tour by Charisma Media

 

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