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Luckiest Girl Alive: A Novel - Jessica Knoll
Luckiest Girl Alive: A Novel
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3.36 180
Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9781476789637 (1476789630)
ASIN: 1476789630
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
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Lydia's Page
Lydia's Page rated it
2.5
I typically like books with dislikable characters; the flaws are so fascinating. In Gone Girl, the book this one is so frequently (and erroneously) compared to, pure sociopathy came to life in a way that furthered the storyline. Here, the characters are horrendous simply for the sake of being hor...
Thewanderingjew
Thewanderingjew rated it
3.0 If you can get past the vulgarity, it is an interesting read.
Luckiest Girl Alive, Jessica Knoll, author, Madeleine Maby, narrator When the book begins, TifAni FaNelli, as the stylish, 28 year old, soon to be, Ani Harrison, is a typical Bridezilla. Unfortunately, the foul language she used in so much of her dialogue almost had me giving up and never discoverin...
One for the Books
One for the Books rated it
1.0
I'm incredibly disappointed. I waited and waited and waited for the big moment...well it never came. This book was a let down from the first page until the last. Gone Girl irritated me but it also intrigued me. This mess...I just can't. The writing, the characters, the plot...all bad. Just bad.
Devouring Books
Devouring Books rated it
5.0 I couldn't stop thinking about it after I was done.
I loved this book. It was intriguing from the start and had a great twist. It lets you look at things in a whole new perspective. I really felt for the main character. I think Jessica Knoll did a great job with characterization. I really felt like I understood each character, even the ones I hated, ...
Liz Loves Books.Com.
Liz Loves Books.Com. rated it
4.5 Luckiest Girl Alive
Luckiest Girl Alive resonated with me. It was one of those novels that at points I had to force myself to keep reading, not due to it being bad but due to it being too real. Not perhaps with some of the circumstances but with the descriptive sense of emotion.The main character, yes rather a silly na...
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