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  • 202 person found this review helpful

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    Dead Grls Can't Lie

    This book was gripping inits intensity. The author keeps everyone wondering if North was really "out of her mind" or was she right in her thinking about her friends death. The story keeps you wondering and hoping about the outcome. I rally enjoyed this book and hope the author will continue to keep us engaged.
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    Gripping

    Really got me caught up in the story. A book I bought on a whim but thoroughly enjoyed! Well done.
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    A good writer with little to write about

    I should have enjoyed this novel much more than I did. It’s very much character driven, with the deeply traumatized, wildly obsessive female protagonist in particular, expertly depicted. Thanks to that, I quickly attained a great deal of empathy for her character. I could relate to her deep grief and sense of loss, whereas I might just as easily have found her antics simply annoying. But on the downside, I found the narrative, although well written, very labored. (The first quarter of the novel, for example, seemed to be nothing more than an endless, unnecessary rehash of the heroine’s unswerving belief that her best friend hadn’t committed suicide) The characters had great depth, but the story didn’t. Plus you don’t have to be Sherlock Holmes to quickly figure out whodunit. I’m afraid that made this book, for me at least, uninspiring. I will, however be looking for more books by this author. Carys Jones is a wonderfully talented writer. She just needs to find a more substantial story to write about.
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    DEAD GIRLS CANT LIE BORING

    BORING i have nothing more to say not much of a story
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