Mort entre les roses
Publish date: 2011
Pages no: 352
Edition language: Spanish
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Young Adult Contemporary
I felt very conflicted about this book. I thought the beginning was brilliant. I loved the mystery, was dying to get to the end.And then the end came. I honestly did not see it coming. But that's because it was really RANDOM. I'm not gonna lie, I really didn't like it. I just don't understand the pe...
Not at all entertaining, not even well written, it gets annoying after 50 pages, because you keep thinking: "why is this girl so stupid??".I knew from about the hundredth page who the supposed killer was. And when I realized I knew that, it got so boring that the only reason that I finished it was b...
I am a huge mystery thriller junkie. I love anything mystery, especially if it keeps me guessing and thinking and trying to figure out who the murderer is, but in Rosebush's case, it is who wants to see Jane dead. Someone who is still persistent even after Jane ends up almost dying and gets put in t...
I should probably start off by saying that I am a huge Michele Jaffe fan. Huge. I started reading her books back in freshman year of high school... and I didn't start with the YA titles. Instead, I was addicted to her Arboretti Family novels, which are adult historical mysteries set in Europe with p...
Jane goes to a party on the Jersey Short expecting to have fun with her friends and a romantic night with her boyfriend. Instead she is run down by a car and left for dead – tangled in a rosebush on the side of the road.Waking up in the hospital, Jane realizes she has no memory of what happened at ...
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