Draw the Dark by Ilsa Bick
A guest review by Teen Room Staff Cat!
Nothing exciting could possibly happen in small town Wisconsin right? Especially something involving Nazis. That’s what Christian, a resident of Winter, Wisconsin, thinks. But Christian has always been, well, strange; his dad was strange, his mother disappeared in a strange way, and he is just as peculiar. So when he graffiti’s a barn with a swastika no one is too surprised; except Christian can’t remember doing it. Suddenly, his painting is taking control of him. The key to all of Winter’s secrets lies in his brain.
I liked this book. It was unique in that it’s a conglomeration of realistic fiction, sci-fi, and historical fiction. I think readers who enjoy and of those genres would love Draw the Dark.
P.S. Love the cover image. MC