Book Review: Under my Skin by James Dawson

Under My Skin
Author: James Dawson
Publisher: Hot Key Books
Under My Skin
'Who's she?'
'That's Molly-Sue. And she's trouble.'
When Sally Feather walks into a tattoo parlour, she is walking into more trouble than she can imagine.
Molly-Sue offers Sally everything here heart desires- popularity, beauty, the most gorgeous guy in school- but at a very, very high price.
Because there are some things that really do get under your skin. And some that you would do anything- absolutely anything- to get rid of.

My Review
Thoughts on the book: First off I'm going to state the obvious and say that the overall look of Under my Skin is so cool. The front cover work is amazing and guess what... the edges of the pages are an amazing hot pink. It is an amazing book to look at and the hot pink and grey colours work very well together. 
I was introduced to James Dawson's books when I was given a copy of Say Her Name to review. I thoroughly enjoyed it and saw that James was a mastermind in writing thriller stories for young adults and also in bringing up topics that affect teenagers, which he conveniently slips in without you really knowing that the topic is being discussed.  In Under her Skin it is that you should always remain true to yourself and not change who you are to be what you think people want you to be.
I also really liked the concept of  a tattoo could choosing you and changing the person that you are. Molly Sue is the complete opposite to Sally and upon being placed on her changes the very person that Sally is. At the start you think yeah she is changing Sally for the better and bringing out all her qualities that you would want to see but suddenly there is a dangerous turn of events and your left wondering is it really the right thing. I will defiantly say that I never would have picked the book to end the way that it did.

Rating: 4.5/5