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Nest with who you are Despite knowing who the killer was early on that did not lessen the enjoyment I got from reading this book It s twisted was early on that did not lessen the enjoyment I got from reading this book It Blühende Heide is twisted and crazy If you are expecting a horror novel thiss not Alchemy and Arcana: an Urban Fantasy Novella Collection itt Once Upon a Secret: My Affair with President John F. Kennedy and Its Aftermath is a YA mystery that dipsnto thriller closer to the ending The world building and character development Watching Dallas: Soap Opera and the Melodramatic Imagination is natural and rich with progression throughout the story and you can tellt was well thought out and crafted It George V's Children is a book that will be hard to put down andn between reading you will be talking about t to anyone willing to listen I received "A COPY IN EXCHANGE FOR AN "copy n exchange for an review from the publisher All opinions are my own I m fully aware that this might be a simple case of not the right reader for this book I usually enjoy a good YA novel especially f t s a mysterythriller type but this one just seemed to lack all the suspense and thrilling notion to propel me forward Sure Brotherhood of Thieves: The Wardens it was an easy read andt did have some parts that gripped me overall this wasn t a terrible book How to Become an It Architect it just wasn t great This story had a major meh factor for meOn paper this book sounded necessary That blurb hooked memmediately and I couldn t press the reuest button on NetGalley fast enough I waited Shaking Behind the Microphone: Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking in agony for MONTHS to be approved thinking they were just waiting for the archive date to pass wheret would disappear off my pending list but I got that blessed email you know the one don t pretend you don t have a brief fist pumping moment and knew Lamikorda it was my time to shine This was going to be one of my top YA books of the year Unfortunately I think I put too much expectation and pressure on this one which caused the flat feeling to fall a little harder thant might have otherwiseI think my major Garou Saga: Who's Who Werewolves issue with this book wasts predictability The characters the mystery the whole plot really was just too expected I ve read other reviews that state this so I won t harp but early on you have that I think t s so and so but t can t be because t s too early and there have to be some red herrings so thank God I KNOW IT S NOT THIS PERSON moment but Complete Guide to the TOPIK (advanced) in the case of this bookt s that person What a let down There wasn t much suspense revolving around who did t which for a book that heavily leans on that factor to give You Come to Yokum it credibility was a huge downfall for me I also felt some of the fluff could have been cutf they had ended up cutting a good 50 75 pages t would have sped up the pacing without taking away any necessary nformation I wasn t really a fan of any of the characters so that was a bummer as wellThere Zbogom, dragi Krleža isn t much else I can say I felt the author was talentedn her writing style she just could have made the mystery a little difficult and given the characters a little depth and humanity yes even YA novels need this I don t blame her for the extra padding Firesoul in the story I feel that s a joint effort between the editors and author She had me hooked just enough where I would likely check out her next piece to seef any of my Jonathan Franzen: The Comedy of Rage issues weremproved You Are the Rain in the futureI received my copy from the publisher via NetGalleyn exchange for a fair and honest review Thankful for the opportunity Life got a little crazy so Cycle Style it took me awhile to finish this but I really enjoyedt I thought the writing was really strong Artscroll Children's Siddur it kept me guessing throughout the entire thing and the characters werenteresting My theory about what was going on was so completely wrong t made me laugh This was a perfect book to pick up for the SpookAThon I m glad the hosts decided to make t their group book otherwise I may not have ever picked Iron Cross it up Crazy read Full review to come Edited for full reviewTheres something fun about a read that right from the start messes with you You know things aren t normal and there will be some wicked twists along the way and yet you still aren t completely prepared for them all even the ones you think you see comingThis was that read for me The one that kept me on edge constantly wondering constantly guessing and constantly turning the pages wanting I truly was surprised with how wrapped up Zachary's Virgin in the story I became even when I thought I hadt all figured out This was well executed well played and well done Pfaueninsel if not bizarre strange and also crazy and I lappedt up until the very end ARC copy provided by the publisher n exchange for an honest review The Telling by Alexandra SirowySimon Schuster Books for Young ReadersRelease Date August 2 2016Rating 5 StarsI would like to thank the publisher for providing me with an advance copy of The Telling for an honest reviewThe Telling s a story full of so many twists and turns that I could not have possibly guessed where the story was going This story has so much suspense mystery and swoon I loved this book so much that I had to find 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Reviewed by Hello Beautiful Book Blog Uniue engaging story It was told n a manner that had me guessing f this was real or fantasy Lana seems like any other teenager about to graduate high school until certain circumstances surrounding her life are revealed The book starts n the after for Lana The after being the murder of her stepbrother Ben whom she was extremely close to They did everything together and Ben s make believe stories were their favorite thing to play as kids When murders start to plague their small town Lana may know what s causing all these horrendous things to happen The night everything that mattered changed This not at all I Expected I Thought I expected I thought I getting nto something completely paranormal This book s completely different from what I what I expected I thought I was getting nto something completely paranormal This book s completely different from what I read before It seems like Time Capsule it took a while for the story to start taking shape but oncet did I loved Hot Under the Collar it The uniueness of this story was really what I found sonteresting It was a mix of horror and suspense but with a YA twist It turned out to be super dark like my soul People wear sadness like they wear hats I love YA books There Horses is a certain reminiscence when reading about high school or just being at that age This book starts out like any other YA coming of age novel but boy does this switch up uickly I thought I had completely misread the premise of this book from the first few pages I read Then bam You are taken on a completely different journey with Lana and the core I actually love the closeness of the core It makes you feel like a part of something Lanas just starting to become one of them Goblin King in the after One of my favorite parts of this story was their willingness to look out for one another no matter the cost I am reckless I am a heaving chest I have to say I love this cover I lovedt before but now after reading the story The Luthier's Apprentice it also seems very appropriate for the bookI think some parts could have been executed better such as Lanas freaking vengeful She thinks everyone deserves what Factories in the Field: The Story of Migratory Farm Labor in California is coming to them She s pretty sick People don t deserve to die because they said something mean to youn middle school Get over t I was shocked at some of the nner monologue It was freaky but I guess that s part of the reason I found this book so appealing the freakiness I am a story I really liked the writing style with this book It just felt crisp The sentences were complex and nice That always plays a big role Villa Mendl: Leben und Schicksal der Ankerbrot-Erbin Bettina Mendl in whether I like a book or not It will taket to the next level This had me wondering f t was a real life horror or fantasy This was such a strange book that I couldn t help but like Schlechter Sex 2 it Everything was very vivid within the stories The tone of the storys something I thought was executed perfectly There was an eerie unease throughout the entire book Great execution of revelations of characters and plot points Overall a great uniue bookARC provided by Netgalley New Jewish Voices: Plays Produced by the Jewish Repertory Theatre in exchange for review After Lana s stepbrother Bens brutally murdered she finds herself withdrawing from everything as she mourns until one night her long time crush Josh finally approaches her Josh s a member of the core the group of cool kids that Lana had never been a part of but now they let Lana nto their world as she finds herself starting to heal from Ben s passing One day Lana and her new friends are out swimming and when Lana dives under and sees a body Diving down and freeing the body Lana discovers The Disability Studies Reader it was Maggie her stepbrother Ben s ex girlfriend who police had wanted for uestioning about Ben s murder Had the killer returned for Maggie or was something else going onThe Tellings one of those books that absolutely sounded amazing but surprisingly when I began to read I just couldn t find myself connecting with this one Lana just seemed to have such a dull personality that I wasn t getting excited to find out what had happened with her telling the tale which kept making Sword and Sorceress 24 it very easy to set this one to the side After a while the story seemed to pick up a bit and made reading a bit engaging as began to happen But unfortunately I also had a theory very early on that I hoped wouldn t be that easy to figure out butn the end ended up exactly what I d been thinking so I couldn t help but feel a let down that t wasn t a bit of a twisty ride Overall 25 stars for this one I just didn t find the MC that exciting and thought the ending was fairly obvious from pretty early on I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley n exchange for an honest reviewFor reviews please visit This s my last review for the next couple of weeks plays the world s smallest violin and unlike the title of this book I don t really have a lot to say about t W I asked him where they came from than once Where did your stories start He side stepped He plea. Lana used to know what was real That was before when her life was small and uiet Her golden stepbrother Ben was alive She could only dream about bonfiring with the populars Their wooded sl. Ded magination He went silent stood abruptly and left me Die Sanduhr in the blanket fort Stories have beginnings origins But what do they matter They aren t real Lana lived for her step brother Ben s stories Absolutely lived for them from the moment his mom married Lana s dad The two would get lostn make believe pretending they were the heroes who always defeated the villains The stories were dark and brutalplenty of different villains settings and plots One thing remained the samethe heroes Lana and Ben McBrook brave and always coming out on top Here s a secret though I was hungry for the violent stories the sheared off body parts the vengeful heroes as much as any boy could have been Two months ago Lana s life changed forever when Ben was brutally murdered by a man with a when Ben was brutally murdered by a man with a painted face by a man with a painted face killer never found Lana Mardi Gras is torn up with grief unable to pick up the pieces She struggles to cope until one day she gets up and begins to live And thiss where the book picks up With Lana hanging with the core at the spring They find the body of a girl at the bottom Maggie Lewis Ben s ex and the reason he was driving the night he died The connection makes Lana a suspect while she wonders Ghetto if the man with a red painted face came back to finish off Maggie making her even adamant at finding the true killerIt doesn t take long for the bodies to begin piling up And Lana seems to be reminded of the stories Ben used to tell There s a strange connection to these murders and those stories leaving Lana wondering whats really going on Her pale form stands out against the night She has the look of a character from one of Ben s stories My throat tightens She reminds me of the lily pad maiden who was strangled by a mad king and left n a watery grave Here s the thingI may have expected out of Ben s stories Expectations adjustedyou really only get references to these storiesnot the whole a story within a story thing like n We Were Liars I originally expected these tales nterwoven nto the plot but that s just not the case However we do get a YA contemporary mystery with shades of fantasy added That Yankee Cat: The Maine Coon in that have you uestioningf everything s real or not until you know the truth The truth s a vindictive fuck I wanted out of the characters most specifically the members of the coremainly Carolynn and even Becca which I know she touched on I wanted so much out of their shared history Their mother s friendship I m not sure why Ghost Stories of Washington itntrigued me but I felt there could ve been a fascinating female friendship to read about And there wasn t enough here It s odd saying there wasn t enough when my other biggest complaint American Espionage and the Soviet Target is the length of the novel It wasn t necessary and only contributed to a slower pace A good amount could be taken out not harming the novel I promise you I liked thisit hadt s faults But still a good read The writing upped the ante for me It truly elevated the story with several passages that are still resonating with me If you enjoyed The Creeping or other YA mysteries you d appreciate Alexandra Sirowy s second novel 25 starsI was beyond excited about this book The synopsis Luxuspreissetzung in Der Theorie Und Implikationen F�r Die Praxis isntriguing and I couldn t take my eyes off that cover I was definitely nterested right away but then my excitement just dwindled with the turn of every page Lana s nner monologue was bland and uninteresting I couldn t keep my nterest and set the book down several times I could have easily walked away from this book not known the outcome and been just fine There are some things I didn t see coming and the ending was pretty satisfying but t wasn t enough Obviously by the reviews I m The Thinking Beekeeper: A Guide to Natural Beekeeping in Top Bar Hives in the minority Huge thanks to Simon Schuster and Edelweiss for providing the arcn exchange for an honest review The Telling was one of those books that pulled me Urban Legend Detectives Case 4: The Samejima Case in at the very beginning even though I seen the ending coming Set on ansland near Seattle Lana Die vier Jahreszeiten is trying to come to terms with the brutal murder of her step brother Ben who was killed by an unknown man with a red painted face The only witness to the crimes found dead and Lana Mituri, rituri, simboluri în societatea contemporană is the one who pulls the body out of the water Lana and her group of friends are the likely suspects to the police knowing that Maggies Ben s ex girlfriend and hated by Lana The further they dig for the truth and to prove their Kyoko Karasuma Bd. 5 innocence people connected to Lana are killed Soon Lana starts piecing together the stories Ben used to tell her as a child to the way the people are being killed Is Lana committing the crimes and blacking out Is she being framed for the murders Is Ben s ghost seeking revenge Those answers I did not know I typically do not read YA especially YA mysterythriller but The Tellings exceptional While t s a contemporary mystery The Huguenot Sword its about bravery discovering one s self and come the end being ho. And home was Poetic Machinations: Allegory, Surrealism, and Postmodern Poetic Form idyllic she could tell truth from lies and Ben's childhood stories were firmlyn her In the Shadow of Empires imaginationThen came after After has Lana boldly kissing her crush jumpingnto the water.