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  • Totally different but totally great

    I have never read this author before and I was a bit concerned at first that I had misread the genre but it all came together soon. I am so glad I kept reading as it is very worth it. It is not that I did not enjoy the first part of the story, I just thought it to be different than I thought it would be. Even that first part was interesting and worth the read. I highly recommend this book and recommend that you read it to the end! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • A sensational book that should not be missed

    You Say Goodbye… where do I begin book lovers? You Say Goodbye is undoubtedly a novel that should not be missed by anybody because the story that unfolds throughout it is genius, flawlessly written and wildly entertaining. When I read the premise of You Say Goodbye, I knew instantly that it was a book I had to read as well as a book I would love, and this is thanks to the themes alluded to throughout the premise with a strong one being a mystery. Mysteries, in general, are my go-to read but I love even more when they feature more themes than just a mystery and so when I started to read You Say Goodbye and learned that the book has this, I was thrilled, and it made me turn the pages even faster! You Say Goodbye is a fast-paced thriller that is haunting as well as thrilling, and although the novel terrified me at points, it was still bewitching, and I still don’t know Keith Steinbaum the author of You Say Goodbye managed to do this! I think it is a combination of his flawless literature and his fast-paced narrative that had twists and turns galore. It could be these two attributes and so much more but what I do know for sure is that Steinbaum managed to keep me hooked and racing to the end thanks to his literature that was spiked with adrenaline from start to finish. You Say Goodbye is a compelling novel that will introduce readers to the protagonist of the story, Sean Hightower, a rock musician hoping to make his big come back. However, Sean fails at his big comeback gig and so decided to find comfort with his girlfriend but what he finds instead will shock you. Sean discovers that his girlfriend has been murdered from a bullet to the head in her bed, and this starts a thriller like no other. The reader will soon learn that due to clues left at the crime scene, the infamous Beatles Song Murderer is the culprit and soon the reader will follow Sean and a detective as they hunt him down and this book lovers is the premise of the incredible You Say Goodbye! The story of You Say Goodbye is an intriguing one and one that left me shocked at many points. I am not talking about a small amount of shock to book lovers but rather a massive shock because You Say Goodbye provides a host of them and they are big ones! The twists and turns and the numerous shocking moments throughout the story thrilled me from start to finish and kept me entertained and turning the pages with haste. It is tough for an author to keep their readers engaged, especially when writing a thriller/mystery, so the fact that Steinbaum was able to do this and so effortlessly shows us that he is an incredible author whose work should not be missed. What unfolds throughout You Say Goodbye is genuinely shocking, and I was always shocked and surprised because although I thought I knew where the book was going to go, it didn’t go that way and instead took a U-turn and it was exhilarating! The themes combined and laced throughout You Say Goodbye perfectly compliment the atmosphere of the book and story; the reader will experience mystery, action, terrifying and thrilling moments, and many more exceptional themes. Keith Steinbaum is an author who has written a fantastic story and come up with a brilliant plot. Steinbaum from the very start sets the tone of the novel; he lets his readers know that this is going to be a dark and atmospheric book thanks to his literature, and wow was it! Steinbaum is an exceptional writer because he grabs his readers attention from the start very quickly and keeps them engrossed until the end. There are no long build-ups that drag in You Say Goodbye; instead, the reader will be thrown into the thick of the story quickly, and the result of this is exciting (and slightly terrifying!) Overall You Say Goodbye is a superb novel that has everything a reader would want in a story; it has a thrilling narrative, magnificent plot development and excellent characterization that will thrill and excite its readers so of course, I have to award this impressive piece of literature five stars!

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  • The Beatles Killer Thriller

    I LOVE thrillers. A good book that I can sink into that has a mystery for me to unravel is just what gets my boat floating these days (aside from romance, but those are a very different genre). You Say Goodbye is about a serial killer who leaves behind notes with Beatles lyrics. The title had already gotten my brain singing some epic Beatles tunes, but the premise just sounded way too cool for me to turn down. Beatles songs were my childhood, so the little smile of singing Hello Goodbye in my head was sweet. Let's start out by saying the acknowledgement to Alexandra Scot wanted to make me weep. Google her. Look her up. Hear her story and make a difference. My poor heart couldn't take it. So kind, so sweet. Thank you for reminding me of her story Mr. Steinbaum. I had forgotten about it, but being reminded of it was such a lovely moment. Now, off to the races... We start out with a magic trick away. It's engaging, fun and makes the reader think we're in for maybe a light hearted story. Until it takes a creepy and cruel twist... The story starts hard and fast to get you into the narrative. Melissa is murdered by a man who isn't who he appears to be. He's done this before, and each time he leaves behind lyrics from Beatles songs. It's an interesting calling card, and it's one that everybody has heard of at this point. Merissa's murder ruins Sean. Him and Merissa were dating, and Sean hasn't had the best of times lately. He's a bit of a wash up musician. The lad did have some amazing songs back in the day, but lately everyone just wants him to play his classics instead of his new tunes. It's degrading and doesn't help his mental health... And then this comes along. The "has been" faces the love of his life dying, some health scares yet meets a young girl who just wants to learn how to play some music. She's a wee bit sickly, which takes to Sean's heart. He finds a small purpose, alongside wanting to find Merissa's murderer. Alex's Lemonade stand made me smile, alongside the millennial references of Hannah Montana and Cheetah Girls. It felt like my childhood was being thrown into this book and that it was made for me. It was honestly a nice breather from the very current references I've seen in other books. But, we strayed away from the plot. Kayleigh is Sean's new friend, and along the way we meet many more. Maybe Sean's shady co-workers killed Merissa. Or was it Kayleigh's Aunt's new fling? A random stranger? Why are there so many suspicious people? Why can't people just calm down and live their lives instead of being shady and appearing like murder suspects. Kayleigh helps Sean come out of his depression, slowly but surely. And eventually we find out who killed Merissa... I liked this book! It was fun and addictive. The pace was fast, the thrills are insane and there's some heartfelt moments that will make you smile. There's gotta be some positive in these harsh stories. Five out of five stars.

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