Gave up on page a hundred and something "so another fair shot at trying to dive "another fair shot at trying to dive the story but unfortunately I was Tracking Daddy Down left to do all the work when reading this because this story didn t pull me in The book isittered with said bookisms I am gobsmacked it even got published And when I say Cooked: From the Streets to the Stove, from Cocaine to Foie Gras littered Iiterally mean LITTERED It was rare to come across the word said and I mean rare The book is riddled with I muttered I whispered I grunted I snapped I responded I commented I murmered etc And she could barely ever say I answered she always had to say I answered angrily I replied sternly I asked nervously I began tetchily I answered flatly She shrugged regretfully Hannah called impatiently Honestly I could go on forever It is used way too much and that s all I ever saw I don t see the story playing out in my mind well not as clearly as it could be The dialogue tags were so childish that I couldn t concentrate on what the person was actually saying All I was reading was whether this person was muttering and then the next moment answering forcefully That s fine but when it s on every single page in nearly every single dialogue no joke it becomes tiresome and irritating As for the story kind of cheesy The characters were the stereotypical characters The bubbly best friends and the sweet innocent protagonist I Fat liked how it was set in England many stories I read are set in America even though I don t care where it s set but it was refreshing especially the use of college meaning college and not university The cover is amazing and yes that did sway me to buy it along with the blurb and the I m going to steal yourife So judging by all that I thought it would be uite gothic but the only thing disturbing about this book is the mind boggling amount of pathetically childish dialogue tags I was at first sceptical about this book after it was reccomended by a friend I ended up hooked on it eager to finish to see what happens I was uite confused at the start and took a bit to get into but I think once I got about half way through the book it got a Lost And Found Bride little interesting Poison Heart follo. From the moment Katy sees Genevieve's beautiful face staring at her from a window herife will never be the same Wherever Katy turns Genevieve is there at school with Katy's friends and worst of all in Katy's hot new boyfriend's ifeBut Genevieve has a menacing side a dangerous side a thr. .
Al explanations This is what I was constantly thinking while reading this book This book was a big yawn Long winded unrealistic way too perfect characters with a too perfect world and sort of obvious development The book is so perfect that is seems boring and dead to me Definitely nothing for meIf you want to read suspense and mystery books you Should Rather Read Stephen rather read Stephen I think It was kind of good but nothing extra super wow happened 3stars Very creepy and unsettling Poison Heart kept me guessing right up until the end I American Kinship: A Cultural Account love books which are slow burners until they suddenly throw a huge curveball at you which makes you rethink everything you thought you knew this is definitely one of those booksKaty believes that Genevieve is out to steal herife her friends and her boyfriend Merlin She sets out to discover the truth about her nemesis with the help of Luke the boy next door who she s An Ethics of Interrogation literally grown up with As the story progresses Genevieve gets and stalkerish to the point that Katy starts to feel that she could be in great danger A brilliant read I couldn t put this book down because I was desperate to find out the secret that new girl Genevieve was concealing When it finally came the twist was clever and made my jaw drop It turned everything on it s head and wasn t predictable in the slightest What I also reallyiked was that you never knew whether or not Genevieve could be trusted Is she really evil or is Katy the one Ancestral Voices: Religion and Nationalism in Ireland losing her mind and being overly paranoidThe friendship between Katy and Luke was another thing Ioved about the story It did however seem blindingly obvious to me although not to Katy that he was "Interested In Being Than Just "in being than just with her Fiendisly clever I was very impressed with this enjoyable debut It was well plotted gripping and a fabulous read I really enjoyed this book I was Animal Ecology looking for something to read from my Nookibrary and the cover caught my eye enough to read the first f This book was amazing i Art and Cartography: Six Historical Essays loved it i thought that the ending suited this book so well but i would haveiked For example a short paragraph on the next day. The way Is Genevieve a troubled girl with a difficult childhood Or is the truth unearthly and much frighteningWho is the real GenevieveWhat are her secretsWhy is she determined to destroy Katy's John for Everyone: Part One, Chapters 1-10 lifeA rich twisting thriller of friendshipove and evil that you'll find impossible to put dow. .
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Ws the ife of a girl named Katy and everything changes for her when she Betting on Ideas: Wars, Inventions, Inflation looks through a window on a bus and finds a girl starring right back at her One of the first things Katy notices about this girl is the colour of her eyes there bright green and now everywhere she goes those eyes seem to be following her Katy becomes suspious of the girl and even so when the girl whose name is Genevi ve enrols in Katy s college And soon she tries to steal Katy sife Katy only seems to have one ally her best friend Luke and together they work at trying to stop Genevi ve But what she isn t prepared for are the secrets that are revealed in the processWow what a spine tingly creepy and disturbing read this is Poison Heart has it all brilliant characters a "sweet romance and a deadly threat with an "romance and a deadly threat with an storyline that is full of unpredictable twists and turns and a shocking outcome It s definitely not one to miss out onThe characters are really great Katy is really Being after Rousseau: Philosophy and Culture in Question lovable and Luke is the same They have so many sweet scenes and you really see their friendship bloom and theirove for one another come out I really didn t ike Merlin and I couldn t help think that maybe Merlin was up to something too I just didn t trust himSB Hayes really knows how to great an
intriguing story and what I oved about this book was it was set it England I say this time and timestory and what I oved about this book was it was set it England I say this time and time there aren t enough books set in England and yes I feel passionate about it because I m British When I read a book by an English author I always feel that familiar with it and it s a nice change from the normal America book So I think SB Hayes did a fantastic job because she stayed true to British ways Overall if you re ooking for a exciting fresh and thrilling to read then this is the book for you Don t miss out on it read it now Thank you to the uercus for giving me the opportunity to review this book I enjoyed the thrill It s a very good book it kept me on my toes guessing to the end I felt close to Katy I felt her emotions anxiety outrage Further the story is rather orinal osciliating between irrational fears and ogic. Eatening side that she only reveals to Katy I'm your worst nightmareWhen Genevieve's behaviour becomes increasingly twisted Katy delves into the girl's past with the help of her best friend Luke Nothing prepares her for the dark truths that she discovers or the new romance she finds along.