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    Yes!! This was so the right book for me. It was a lot of suspension, some twists and some more guessing. Since I love reading thrillers, it was easy to identify with Addie and her fan fiction/blog writing. And having your favorite writer getting in touch with you....that is a dream come true for every book lover. So, when the first dead body pops up and the messages from R. J. Rosen get more threatening, I felt kind of threatened. All that made for such a fun, quick read, that I really and wholeheartedly recommend this book to every one - if you like thrillers and aren't easily scared. Maybe the end felt a little rushed after the building up to the point of finding out. But, nevertheless a five star read for me.
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    I would highly recommend this one

    5 Enjoyable Stars Review by Amy Late Night Reviewer Up All Night w/ Books Blog I really enjoyed Hannah Jayne’s Copycat. An easy to read suspenseful thriller for young adults, this book kept my attention from cover to cover. Addie is author R.J. Rosen’s biggest fan. She even has a blog where she writes fan fiction in honor of his series. When he reaches out to her to help him promote his next book she doesn’t hesitate. Working with Rosen is her dream come true, but when disturbing things begin to happen around her, including finding a fellow student dead in the journalism room, she begins to wonder who she can trust and who could be behind the mysterious death that mimics the fiction mysteries she loves so much. As the danger begins to ramp up, so does her need to find the person responsible. Will Addie be able to solve the real life mystery before she becomes the next victim? Addie’s best friend Maya was fantastic. I think she was actually my favorite character. She was snarky and sarcastic and I found her personality humorous and entertaining. Some other reviews said her character felt unrealistic, but I respectfully disagree because she reminded me a bit of my husband. A little blunter than most, but it’s hard to not like someone who just says it like it is. At least Addie always knew where she stood with Maya. I am a huge mystery, suspense and thriller fan, and while this was not the most complicated story line, and even though the great reveal was not super twisty, I still really enjoyed reading this one. It was entertaining, humorous at times, easy to read, and suspenseful enough to make my pulse race. I would highly recommend this one for someone who wants an easy to read mystery.

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