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    Wonderful characters!

    I liked this book so much better than I liked the first book in the series, You. I went into You with really high expectations. I had expected to fall head over heels in love with it and maybe even offer to have Joe's babies. I liked the book well enough in the end but it was really just okay for me in a lot of ways. I started this book unsure if I would really like it or not. Would Joe's rambling drive me crazy this time? Would he spend another whole book describing minor details about his newest victim? I really didn't know what to expect. Joe didn't seem to ramble like he did in the first book. It could be that I went into the book expecting some rambling but I actually liked the time spent in Joe's head this time around. Joe's thought processes aren't really healthier in this book but he seemed to make a little more sense to me. His goals were different and his thoughts seemed a bit more logical in a serial killer sort of way. I really liked the fact that the action in this book seemed to start earlier. I liked You a lot better once Joe started actually acting on some of his impulses. In this book, Joe takes action a lot sooner in the story and I was never quite sure what he was going to do. It seemed that the pacing was a lot better with some lead up then action repeated throughout the book. The excitement really kept me hooked this time around. I liked the characters in the book a lot better. I am starting to really like Joe a lot. I am not willing to have his babies just yet but he is growing on me. Love was simply awesome. I loved everything about Love. Forty was a loose cannon and added a extra element because you never knew what he might do. Amy made me a little mad and I wanted to help Joe plan his revenge on her. There were so many wonderful characters that fit into this story. I even really liked all of the celebrity name dropping and thought it added a fun element to the book. The writing in the book was well done. The book had a great flow with the story moving seamlessly from one location to another. There was just enough description to paint a completely vivid picture throughout the book. I like the way that the characters' emotions really came across. This was book that completely pulled me in and was hard to put down. I would highly recommend this book to others. I am so glad that I decided to go ahead and continue with the series despite the fact that I wasn't blown away by You. I definitely plan to read more books by Caroline Kepnes in the future. I received an advance reader edition of this book from Atria Books via NetGalley for the purpose of providing an honest review.
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    This is a must read!

    This is a must read! I fell in love with Kepnes' style of writing in her debut novel 'You' and this book is a great followup. Be ready to fall in love, be totally creeped out, and thrilled all in the same sentence!
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    Great Read/Great Followup to "You"

    I really enjoyed this book. It was a fun read and good followup to "You". Caroline weaves a great story and keeps you interested in the plot and the characters. While a few things were maybe a bit far fetched it didn't hurt the story or the outcome that is why I gave it a 4 not a 5. I read she will return to Joe again and I will be waiting to read what fate has in store for him and Love.
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    Great Book

    I think I saw someone else say this as well but Joe is the stalker you can't help but love. You and Hidden Bodies are both well written and captivating. Definitely a must read as far as I'm concerned. I wish there were more as I feel sad leaving Joe behind.
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    How do we end up rooting for a killer?

    An intriguing follow up to You, Kepnes has brought us back into Joe's twisted mind. This time we follow Joe to LA where he finds love with Love. We are left questioning whether or not he has changed for the better and how it is possible to accept monstrous acts to remain with those we love. While this book was a page turner I did not enjoy it as much as its predecessor. This may be because I knew what type of behaviour to expect from Joe. The ending kept me guessing and I look forward to reading whatever Kepnes writes next, she has become an auto buy author for me.
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