Happy Birthday to Me
Seventeen-year-old Cameron Martin has a huge problem: he’s aging a whole year of his life with each passing day. High school is hard enough; imagine rapidly aging from seventeen to seventy in a matter of weeks, with no logical explanation, and with prom, graduation, and the state championship... show more
Seventeen-year-old Cameron Martin has a huge problem: he’s aging a whole year of his life with each passing day. High school is hard enough; imagine rapidly aging from seventeen to seventy in a matter of weeks, with no logical explanation, and with prom, graduation, and the state championship basketball game on the horizon. That’s what happens to Cameron, a mischievous pretty boy who has never had to face a day looking anything but perfect. It starts with a slowing metabolism, followed by gray hair, wrinkles, and heart palpitations. Within days his girlfriend dumps him, his plastic surgeon father forces him to get a facelift, and his terrifying high school librarian seduces him to have sex with her. All he wants to do is go back to normal, but no one, not even the best doctors, can diagnose his condition. When he finds love with a young woman who may or may not be an all-powerful witch, he realizes that the only hope for his survival might be with the one person who instigated his condition in the first place...
Publish date: April 11th 2011
Pages no: 322
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Paranormal Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Birthday Trilogy (#1)
I’d seen this book around the blogosphere and thought the premise sounded interesting – what would you do if you were ageing a year for every day that you lived? How would you cope with ageing faster than your peers, becoming physically older than your parents, knowing that instead of having another...
What a unique storyline! I was excited to jump into Happy Birthday to Me and it was definitely right up my alley. Brian Rowe is a detailed and skillful writer and it was overall a refreshing and fun read! Cameron is the star basketball player at his school who has, what he thinks is, the best girlf...
This was pretty enjoyable. I was able to read it all in one sitting, the intriguing story line kept me glued to my Kindle until I read the whole thing. I rarely read books from the male POV and I enjoyed the switch up. It was different to see the story from the other side.The premise, was very int...
review from my blog, The Haunting of Orchid ForsythiaFirst Sentence:The nightmare was real.Happy Birthday to Me was a good read, but it had some points which drove me crazy while reading, which I have covered further down in my review, but regardless of a few...character flaws I found this to be a q...