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Shirley Marr
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KizunaYueMichaelis rated it 6 years ago
The story alternates between the present and the past: Eliza at the police station narrating what happened before the murder and what lead them (her and her best friends Lexi, Marianne and Ella) to commit the crime.It was hard for me to get into the story. Most of it was a mix between Gossip Girl an...
Michelle rated it 7 years ago
Fury had been on my to-read shelf for almost three years. It was difficult to get hold of this book and now that I had read it, I must say, it was definitely different. It didn’t disappoint, although it wasn’t as good as I originally expected.The main character is a spoiled rich girl and her friends...
An American Aussie's Imaginarium
An American Aussie's Imaginarium rated it 8 years ago
I found this randomly in the library the other day and I remember that I really wanted to read this book. So on a whim, I picked it up and took it home. I read it that day within four hours. This is a very easy read.The story was really interesting and thought-provoking. The main character is not th...
eschewed rated it 8 years ago
Sometimes it's really nice to be able to dive into a book that you can clasp your hand to your mouth about and go, "oh my god, I understand what you mean." Culture-wise, anyway. The Hokkien references made me go !!! as did a lot of the other stuff, really. ALSO LOGAN AND STACEY MADE ME THINK OF SOME...
Read and Reviewed
Read and Reviewed rated it 8 years ago
Fury by Shirley Marr is not your typical Greek Mythology retelling. In fact, it doesn't become apparent until close to the end how exactly the Furies - which are vaguely mentioned early on in the story - even play a role in this book at all. What you get for most of the story instead, is a very angr...
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