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I felt like I was just flipping pages of a history book at points. I didn't think it was as addicting as the other books were. Needless to say, once Chapter 28 came along, it needed to be finished.
Only because that was the near ending of the book. Might I add that the ending will just shock you in all terms.
It was hard to follow though at points, like the whole twin-killing sisters and switching places, and it referencing back to the other books a few times. The book wasn't too great until Ali had taken the girls to the Poconos and decided she needed to hypnotize them again. Honestly, this is probably my least favorite of the books so far, because the last chapters were the reason I needed to finish. Hopefully, the ninth book will be better.
It probably will be because I might happen to be in it SatisfiedBy kirsten grandaGreat product as described0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
I look forward to future books by her.
Personally, I had it figured out in the first chapter. As stated in the summary, the pieces are there for the reader to put together if they are clever enough.
I applaud the author for her cleverness and storytelling abilities; there will be many readers who will be fooled by the red herrings and receive that glorious AHA moment at the big reveal.
Why am I rambling on about this you ask? I really want to drive home the point of what makes this book stand out from others that are similar. The Characters.
It is a rare day indeed that I find fleshed out, grounded, relatable characters that draw me in to a young adult narrative the way that these did here. My AHA moment may not have come during the big twist, but it certainly came in waves abounding throughout my experience journeying with these various high school kids. I was sure this would be another read with those stereotypical teenagers that give contemporary YA novels a bad rep; for crying out loud the stereotypes are printed on the inside of the book cover in the description!
I think this was a clever move by the publisher and author; if other readers pull the same underestimation as I did, they will be more than pleasantly surprised at what they get out of this book.