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    The Diary

    In The Diary Vikki Patis takes the reader back in forth in time in our heroine's life, to when she was a teenager. Because of this at times it feels like a YA novel. Ms Patis keeps the reader guessing and gives us some edge of the seat moments. I was given an early copy to review.
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    Tense and emotional

    Wow, that was a powerful emotional ride and it really got me thinking about how horrible teenagers can be to each other and what a lasting impact that can have on someone's life! The author does a fantastic job of building up the tension in this story, mixing the past, which is ten years ago, and the present, until we find out exact what happened and how it has shaped the events of the present day. Hannah died ten years ago and it is a memorial event that pulls all of the characters back to the place where it happened, bringing back powerful memories of the events leading up to her death. The storyline covers a couple of serious topics, which I won't go into detail about in case I spoil the story for readers, but the author handles them with care and depth and weaves an emotional atmosphere that pulls the reader in. I loved the main character (and her dad!) and the story broke my heart in places and got me really fired up in others. I questioned who I could trust, who was telling lies, who was being genuine. It definitely had me puzzling over what was really going on. Loved it!
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    The Diary - Easy Read

    It was a typical teenager angst read. I felt it was choppy and although a good plot, it typical. Wouldn't recommend or re-read
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    Great read

    Read through in 2 nights. Easy but interesting plot. Brought back memories of the teenage angst that we all suffer from.
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    Too slow

    Found this book very slow . It reads like the series of “pretty little liars” but not as good . I wouldn’t read it again or recommend it .
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