Ich bin die, die niemand sieht
Publish date: November 10th 2013
Pages no: 350
Edition language: Deutsch
, Realistic Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
I've had my eye on this for a while and truth be told, I was immensely disappointed. The synopsis made it sound like this, amazing and unique story that would blow my mind. It didn't. Quite the opposite, actually. The narrative was really interesting but it didn't do much to overshadow the flaws ...
Wow. This book shocked me. It's so unique and so powerful. I love Julie Berry's writing and prose. You won't find something like this in any other book. Its written in the second person, our protagonist writing to a male using the form "you" throughout. Its written in poetry form -- and listening to...
Better than expected but it kind of dragged toward the end. I had the mystery answered a few chapters in so it wasn't much if a shock really. At first, I didn't care for the second person voice, but grew accustomed to it as I read. It actually fit the story rather well. I found Judith a wonderful MC...
This novel by Julie Berry was certainly interesting. I feel that the message she was giving to the readers was to find your voice, even when you feel as if you don't acquire one. She sent this message across very well through this novel, I really enjoy books like these where the main character trium...
An extremely unique narration style coupled with a suspenseful story line made this an engrossing read. The chapter (?) breaks were abundant, allowing me to dole out the reading over many short stints. The middle did drag on a bit, but the resolution was strong. As would be expected, the (second-per...
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