Long Road Full Speed Ahead by Emily Walker Review



A young girl struggles with abuse, addiction, and abortion
all while trying to go to school. Somehow she hits rock bottom and
finds an unlikely love story.


Grace finds herself with a toxic friend and a brand new hobby
when she discovers meth. She had a promising future before Grayson
came into the picture. A wolf in sheep’s clothing he soon shows his
true colors and they are painted with black and blue. The drugs cause
more problems than they fix, but lost in the intoxicating world of
numbness she must find herself through abuse, addiction, and abortion.
Will she let the drugs take her out of the world, and be forever numb,
or will an unlikely love pull her out and make her feel again?

My Review

This was a great and addicting read.  (No pun intended)  From page one I was quickly pulled into the crazy life of Grace.  It was almost as if I was reading a real life journal as I followed along in Grace’s life.  I felt as though I was sitting on the sidelines watching Grace struggle through her abusive relationship and as she bounced from one addiction to the next.

The emotions felt throughout this story are real and raw.  Walker did a fabulous job of capturing something that most authors would be scared to write about.  Walker bravely dove into the darker side of life and I believe that this is a book that a lot of women could relate to.  This is a book that can make you take a step back and evaluate and appreciate what you have in your life.

I fell in love with Grace’s character.  I felt for her, and rooted for her when things got tough.  I found it incredibly easy to hate Grayson and I was hoping the best for Miranda.

The ending snuck up on me.  It wasn’t really what I was expecting but it was definitely realistic.

I would definitely recommend this book for people over the age of 18.  The subject matter is not appropriate for the younger crowd, in my opinion.

Emily Walker has definitely gained a new fan.  I will be following along and look forward to reading more of her work as it becomes available!


About the Author

I live in the mountains of North Carolina and am writing between going
to Graduate School and working full time as an Office Manager at my
alma mater. I am a writer and editor with Midnight Hour Publishing. I
also write as Lyra Mcken for GMTA Publishing and Jewels Moss for
Midnight Fire! I am also a Self Pubbing Maniac! My favorite author is
Heinlein, but I also have a weak spot for Jane Austin.

My recent novels include The Reluctant Succubus with Midnight Hour
Publishing, Why Yellow Jackets Can’t Find the Hole with Midnight Fire
Publishing and then a self published release Long Road Full Speed

Stalker Links

Website – http://www.selfpublishordie.com
Review Site – http;//www.selfpublishordiereviews.com
Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/authorewalker
Email –authoremilywalker@gmail.com
Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/authoremilywalker
Tumblr – http://www.tumblr.com/blog/writingworkoutbeauty
Facebook Fan Page – http://www.facebook.com/emilywalkerfans
Goodreads author page –
Amazon author page –  http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B0088EDLDS

Buy links’

Amazon – http://www.amazon.com/Long-Road-Speed-Ahead-ebook/dp/B00AX3EXCA/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1357511458&sr=1-1&keywords=long+road+full+speed+ahead
Smashwords – https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/271832

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One thought on “Long Road Full Speed Ahead by Emily Walker Review

  1. I can not wait to read this book, I have a feeling that it will hit home on more than one topic! and as always I love reading your reviews.

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