If you enjoyed Jay Asher's Thirteen Reasons Why, you will race through the pages of this YA novel as 17-year old Dinah pieces together the mystery that surrounds the near death of her 14-year old cousin Claire. While Claire is holding on her for her life in the hospital, Dinah goes in search of... show more
If you enjoyed Jay Asher's Thirteen Reasons Why, you will race through the pages of this YA novel as 17-year old Dinah pieces together the mystery that surrounds the near death of her 14-year old cousin Claire. While Claire is holding on her for her life in the hospital, Dinah goes in search of the boy Claire writes about in her journal. The boy who forced her to do something she didn't want to do. The boy who caused her such humiliation that the thought of having to live one more day was just too much. Dinah is on a mission for revenge, but as things start to unfold, her plan isn't as simple as it seemed.
Publish date: October 8th 2013
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Figured out the twist pretty early on, and I thought it would be darker and more murdery (which is why I picked it up in the first place). Not a bad story, interesting enough.
Great book about revenge, lies and deception along with finding ones true self (in a sense). OMG, had me up in my bed enveloped in each word. It shocked me to find out devious and fake Dex is as a friend to Brooks and how he treated females just because he felt like he didn't belong amongst "blue bl...
This is f***king awesome. (Pretend I'm Macklemore.)This book... is a mess. The reader is told the story by a very unreliable sixteen year old narrator named Dinah who is on a mission: destroy the boy who destroyed her cousin. After her cousin, Claire, committed a botched suicide attempt, Dinah found...
No spoilers. I find myself really conflicted about this book and the subject it addresses. This book left me really uncomfortable and disturbed at how the main character chooses to tackle her particular brand of vigilante justice. I truly feel for her---the issue of bullying is not an easy thing to...
I knew it… I KNEW it… Every single reveal here isn’t necessarily a surprising reveal because anyone with a lick of sense and a moment or two for Scooby would likely have pieced things together. But like Scooby of old, it was entertaining, seeing things play out as they did in this one. Except maybe ...