Jenna Finnerty Reviews Stacy Padula’s Novel “Gripped Part 2: Blindsided”

Gripped Part 2 will show teens how easy it is to get addicted to drugs and how it can affect everyone around you. Not only will this book show how dangerous it is to start experimenting with drugs, but it could also teach a valuable lesson to anyone struggling with addiction. It shows that even if you stray from your morals, you can always go back.

Jenna Finnerty’s Take on New Y.A. Novel “Gripped” by Stacy Padula

The book Gripped Part 1: The Truth We Never Told by Stacy Padula allows readers to learn from the mistakes of the young and naive characters. It shows how entangled young adults can get in drugs and alcohol and the consequences that come with them. When relationships are ruined due to the mistakes the teens have made, many of them question their actions and if it is worth the loss of friends and family.

Q&A with Jenna Finnerty on Young Adult Novel “When Darkness Tries to Hide”

When Darkness Tries to Hide is a teen novel by Stacy A. Padula. It is book #2 in the Montgomery Lake High book series. Jenna Finnerty was asked a series of questions about the characters, theme, and plot of the story. Reading this would be useful for anyone who has read the book to gain … Continue reading Q&A with Jenna Finnerty on Young Adult Novel “When Darkness Tries to Hide”

Hope Found in Darkness: A Young Adult Book Review by Jenna Finnerty

When Darkness Tries to Hide, by Stacy Padula, follows the same group of friends from Montgomery Lake High, The Right Person. The group of friend has begun to split up, with some of them realizing partying and getting into drugs is not the best idea. Some of them have turned to God, and are letting … Continue reading Hope Found in Darkness: A Young Adult Book Review by Jenna Finnerty

The Right Person by Stacy Padula Accurately Depicts High School Social Challenges

The Right Person, by Stacy Padula, shows how a group of freshman at Montgomery Lake High face the challenges of high school. They go through dangerous situations and have to resist temptations. They realize what it is like to try to become popular and how you can lose friends easily. All of their situations are very relatable to many high school students.