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Amie
You'll Be the Death of Me | Karen M McManus
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Entertaining teen mystery.

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emmaturi
They Wish They Were Us | Jessica Goodman
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This a good YA crime novel, Jill Newman and her friends are trying to get over the death of their friend Shalia who was killed by her boyfriend Graham. But now the Graham is saying he didn't kill her so if he didn't then who did. I find it quite gripping although I did guess who did it near the end.

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Brewychock48
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This book was a fast read,but that is all I liked about it. Only giving it a 3 ⭐ rating.
The characters were self absorbed,not very smart and just annoying.

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Abbyscott
Two Can Keep a Secret | Karen M. Mcmanus

“It‘s safest to keep your secrets to yourself”

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Abbyscott
Two Can Keep a Secret | Karen M. Mcmanus
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I just started reading this book but so far I really like it! I can kinda relate to something in this book so far, these two teens moved to a different place from there home town and this summer I did that. I was really shocked when they first saw a dead body on the road on there way to there new home. I really enjoy this book so far it has a lot of surprises to keep you reading!!

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hollylynnbee
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1/25 books read 📚 I highly recommend this book, it takes you on an emotional rollercoaster but in the best way possible.

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Ally.Kortt
This Lie Will Kill You | Chelsea Pitcher
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Because I‘m doing the same book that I did last time, the summary has not changed very much. 5 teens supposedly all have some sort of link to a person‘s death that happened at a party one year ago, and now exactly one year later, a mysterious person has brought them all to a mansion where they will compete in a murder mystery dinner for a scholarship worth 50 000 dollars.

Ally.Kortt However, everything is not what it seems to be, and everyone is going to have to tell the truth about that night if they all want to make it out alive. I‘m now at a point in the book where they have made it to the mansion and things are starting to happen. Everyone believes that the weird things that are happening are just a part of the dinner experience, but are still skeptical and suspicious about what‘s going on behind closed doors so to speak. 2d
Ally.Kortt Again, if you are interested in mystery books that give you a good thrill and keep you guessing, this would be a good book for you. The point of view in the book is first person, however there are 5 main characters and each chapter switches between them, so everyone is given a chance to provide their own thoughts and opinions on their current situation. 2d
Ally.Kortt When the chapter provides a spotlight on a specific character, their pronouns are always ones like “I” or “me” and everyone else is “he”, “she”, or “they”, and that goes for each character in the book when they get to give their point of view. They‘re also only aware of their own thoughts, and not anyone else‘s. 2d
MissYaremcio Nicely done Ally! Thank you for clarifying the POV as it seems like it may have been a 3rd person until you explained how it was a first person. 6/6 1d
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JamieArc
The Familiar Dark | Amy Engel
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I read and liked this author‘s other book, The Roanoke Girls, but also know how dark this author can get, so I braced myself for this one. It was a good mystery. Fast-paced, and then for the last 40 pages, I had to cover the page so my eyes didn‘t glance ahead to find out what happened. This book is about a lot of things, and I like that it shows that people aren‘t all good or all bad. A solid mystery, though it‘s already fading from memory #NYWD

monalyisha Great review! 3d
TheLudicReader I also loved The Roanoke Girls. This one broke my heart. Glad you enjoyed. I would read anything this author wrote, I think. (edited) 2d
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