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  1. says:

    Wouldn t we all look guilty, if someone searched hard enough Why, hello there, awesome book You managed to take me straight out of this whole Goodreads censorship deleting reviews fiasco and plant me right inside another time and place many brave books have tried and failed this past week to do what you have done So, thank you Dangerous Girls is in danger It s in danger of being underread It s in danger of being given a quick once over and then dismissed as something vapid, senseless and probably crap It isn t, my friends It s damn good Dangerous Girls is one of those multi layered books that does several different things at once and still manages to do each one equally well Haas does what, in my opinion, all good mystery writers should do she doesn t hang everything precariously balanced on her reveals The ending is fantastic but it doesn t matter because the book is also about so many other things It is a satisfying story from start to finish that took me through so many different emotions.So, what is this book It s a ...


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    I ve regretted every display of emotion I had throughout this book about two minutes after it was over, because I had barely taken into myself the knowledge that I ve reached the last page before I realized that this book had a knife so deep in my side I didn t feel it until it twisted.I still am not certain what emotion I most strongly associate with Dangerous Girls but that ending made me want to immediately disconnect from all social media and go herd sheep and sell berries and mushrooms and herbal salves on the side of some mountain road for a living So, what is this book about Dangerous Girls opens with a distressed 991 call heralding a dreadful crime before swiftly travelling back in time in order to start at the beginning, following the chain of events that each led to this tragic conclusion Anna and her friends were on spring break in Aruba spoiled, rich untouchable teens, seemingly immune to life s troubles Only death couldn t be swiped away by a credit card and when one of them gets heinously murdered for unknown but likely unsavory reasons, Anna finds herself trapped in a foreign country where everyone, including her friends and family, are doubting her innocence and a detective seems to have settled into a deep rooted single mindedness to prove her guiltiness.As the chilling investigation progresses, long repressed secrets and rumors clamor for air, and day by day, the...


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    I can t believe it Have you ever read a story that you completely, absolutely loved but that freaked you out so much you re not even sure you can keep the book in your room any This book is dangerous It makes you feel joy, sadness, hope, betrayal and your heart will be on the edge at ever end of chapter A massage would be perfect right now Or lying on the beach NO, not a beach EVERYTHING but a beach, especially in a foreign country.That s how I felt and still feel about this book the whole time I was reading it I m not sure I could ever read it again but my reading experience has been one of a kind and I actually want you to experience it as well This book will impress you, one way or another, I am sure of it Abigail Haas is one talented author.I ll never forget this story It probably will haunt me for some time, yes, but I will deal with it It s a thriller and you certainly will feel it I only started reading this genre recently same thing for comics but I assure you that many other reads in that genre will follow.When I look back...


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    Wow That was one heck of a book.Apparently I am really late in reading this I can t believe I missed the hype maybe that s a good thing I came across it a few weeks ago and it peaked my interest I thought it sounded interesting but I was very surprised by how much I liked it I was hooked right from the start.A group of friends are excited for their senior year Spring Break trip to Aruba Anna and her best friend Elise are especially excited for the trip Anna is also happy her boyfriend, Tate and a few other friends are coming along A couple of days in and the group seems to be having a lot of fun drinking and partying in the clubs etc. However, their trip is cut short when Elise is found brutally murdered and Anna along with Tate are the ones being blamed for her death I was addicted and unable to put this book down as Anna tried to fight the charges and prove her innocence in a country far from home There seemed to be some similarities to some real life cases in this book Amanda Knox and Natalee Holloway to name a couple, but in my opinion there was still a lot of originality to this s...


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    This is one of the best YA novels I ve read in a long time I read the entire thing in one sitting which is EXTREMELY rare for me Thoughts I loved it overall, but there s something about it that I can t put my finger on that didn t completely wow me I think it was the final twist and how I expected to be shocked But I m thinking that s ...


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    5 Stars A fantastic, twisty little read Ever since becoming utterly blown away by Gillian Flynn s Gone Girl, I ve been on a psychological thriller kick, relentlessly searching for my next suspenseful, twisted, yet still plausible read I believe I have finally found that in Dangerous girls. I think what makes books like this one, Gone Girl, and We Were Liars a bit difficult to embrace for some readers is the fact that many of its characters aren t very likable And I don t believe they re necessarily meant to be, but they each make one hell of a story There are a couple things you need to know right off the bat about this book It is not a love story Yes, there is a certain degree of romance entwined, but if you re searching for a butterfly inducing, happily ever after escape, you will not find that here What you will find is a chilling plot saturated with lies, deceit, mystery, and murder One that will lead you to question the merit of each character, even your narrator, as you wonder whether you are inside the mind of a cold blooded killer, or just the wrongfully accused I, for one, devoured this read I m a total sucker for whodunit scenarios and this one certainly kept me guessing A pinch of the plot Anna and a group a friends head to Aruba for spring break, longing to let loose and have some fun without any adult supervision But what s meant to be a fun, carefree trip quickly spirals into a nightmare surrounding a murder case that has pinned Anna as...


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    Dangerous Girls scared the hell out of me For real And that s saying something, because I m not easily frightened except for clowns and freakin dolls with blank eyes who stare but who wouldn t What do you mean, everybody isn t afraid of dolls and clowns Are you kidding me They re so fucking weird and unnerving that I shiver when I think about them Anyway, the fact is, I can read about almost anything without being scared at all, either serial killers or ghosts, yet this book reaches my biggest fear not being believed by others Why did this book affect me so much Perhaps it s because I can relate When I was in my early 20s, I was friend with a girl who reminds me Elise and Anna, for that matter not really in their behavior, because we didn t go out like them no judgment here, just facts , but because how possessive our friendship became Quickly, we developed a fusional relationship, and yeah, at first I didn t realize, that was so subtle She was nice, we got along well, we had fu...


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    HOLY FREAKING JESUS ON A BICYCLE.The actual review is here.And, in case you re wondering, no, I don t feel any better, today How much do you love me Consider this book as a twisty mystery novel, consider it a YA psychological thriller, consider it what you want, but don t everunderestimate it I mean it Don t.Abigail Haas apparently likes to screw up with people s head And, be careful, because she s really good at it.To be honest, I jumped into this after a series of disappointing novels, and I didn t expect much from it I was looking for something light but that could also shake me a bit.Oh boy, if only I d known what I was getting myself into, I d have ard and shielded myself Or my heart Or both.Dangerous Girls is the papery confirmation that you should never judge a book by its cover I mean, feel free to disagree but it doesn t do it justice at all, in my opinion.Did I like it I loved it.Did I regret reading it Not an inch.Did it make me feel things Yes, and they all rhyme with pain.I highly recommend it to all those people who are in for a challenge Not because this story is hard to get through, but because it will leave you empty and numb for days and days after you ve finished it.Not everyone can cope with that but, if you feel like you are not afraid to let a book ruin your day or week or month or year or life please, give t...


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    WOW, I LOVE WHEN BOOKS COPY REAL LIFE Especially when it s totally uncredited The murder case in this book just is the Amanda Knox case Here are all the similarities I noted some spoilers of case specifics but basically just details of what the synopsis already reveals white, pretty, Western female students living together in a foreign vacation spot one roommate friend is murdered Meredith, I think, in Amanda s case, and Elise in the book the other roommate friend is the prime suspect Amanda versus our narrator, Anna even the names are close the boyfriend of the suspect is also investigated the case becomes a total media circus the crime is sexualized by the media both cases attempt to reveal a nonexistent sexual attraction the suspect felt toward the victim photos are used as evidence in particular, photos of the suspect and her boyfriend laughing and kissing hours after the discovery of the body, and photos that make the suspect look murderous and dark there are bloodstains in the bathroom the suspect claims not to have noticed initially the suspect becomes, well, suspected due to shock making her behave as if nothing happened which makes the media go crazy the media repeatedly dubs the suspect cold blooded killer the media and the prosecution refer to the suspect as a sociopath with little or untrustworthy proof the prosecution in the foreign country is under international pressure to find the killer thus, the prosecution attempts to depict the ...


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    EDIT Okay I really fucking hate myself a little for doing this but I m taking a star off bc I predicted something huge It was still such an amazing read for me and I want to thank Abigail Haas for giving me the biggest mindfuck of a thriller in my life.Initial reaction Shit mother fucking fuckballs ass bitch, I did not sign up for this Pls excuse me, I m just slowly dying.What the fucking hell did I just read What the fuck is that What the fuck is this What the fuck is anything What the fuckity fuck is wrong with me Guess who wasn t expecting to be fucked so unexpectedly in the mother fucking brain Guess who fucking read this 400 and something mother fucking page book in one sitting Guess whose fucking brain cannot fucking function Guess who doesn t even know what her fucking life is any I cannot take this unbearable pain a...


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Dangerous Girls The Truth Is Rarely Pure And Never Simple It S Spring Break Of Senior Year Anna, Her Boyfriend Tate, Her Best Friend Elise, And A Few Other Close Friends Are Off To A Debaucherous Trip To Aruba That Promises To Be The Time Of Their Lives But When Elise Is Found Brutally Murdered, Anna Finds Herself Trapped In A Country Not Her Own, Fighting Against Vile And Contemptuous Accusations As Anna Sets Out To Find Her Friend S Killer She Discovers Hard Truths About Her Friendships, The Slippery Nature Of Truth, And The Ache Of Young Love.As She Awaits The Judge S Decree, It Becomes Clear That Everyone Around Her Thinks She Is Not Just Guilty, But Dangerous When The Truth Comes Out, It Is Shocking Than One Could Ever Imagine