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Wish You Were Dead (The Thrillogy) por Todd…
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Wish You Were Dead (The Thrillogy) (edição 2010)

por Todd Strasser (Autor)

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Madison, a senior at a suburban New York high school, tries to uncover who is responsible for the disappearance of her friends, popular students mentioned in the posts of an anonymous blogger, while she, herself, is being stalked online and in-person.
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Título:Wish You Were Dead (The Thrillogy)
Autores:Todd Strasser (Autor)
Informação:Carolrhoda Lab ® (2010), Edition: Reprint, 240 pages
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Wow, so where do I begin? As a writer myself, I know what it feels like to get a two star review, so I don't give them out very often, but that's the best rating I could manage for this book. Based on the summary, I was excited to read this book. It had such a good concept, and I loved the amount of suspense that the author was able to keep throughout the story.

However, it bothered me that the story randomly jumped POVs between first person and third. It wasn't always clear which character the story was focused on, and sometimes, the focus on a character seemed unnecessary. A lot of the characters, like Lucy, Madison, and Courtney, seemed really flat and predictable. I could guess what the MC was going to do in most cases before she did it.

The ending was rushed and summed up things that I thought should've been actually shown in the book such as the MC's online stalker admitting who he was. This is only the first book of the series, and I do wonder what other plot lines the author has in mind, but at the same time, I'm not going to make finishing the rest of these books a priority. ( )
  Kayla.Krantz | Feb 14, 2020 |
Really interesting read. I had a moment there that it felt a bit stale but I wanted to know whodunit...so I pressed on. I may go on to book too eventually but right now, I'm in no hurry. :-) ( )
  RamblingBookNerd | Jun 5, 2019 |
I found myself actually holding my breath at times while reading this book. The plot is a just so believable. The story is written in worded text, blogs with comments as well as email messages. Due to the strange login names you don't know who the people are until the end of the book. This is definitely a thriller and a mystery.

Students in a high school in an affluent area are disappearing. What do they have in common? They are the most popular kids, with money, looks and fame. Unfortunately they are not very nice to those outside their group. ( )
  jothebookgirl | Jan 3, 2017 |
High schooler Madison tries to solve the disappearance of popular kids mentioned by an anonymous blogger as she herself feels stalked online. Tight murder mystery that explores the cliques and ostracism among high school students. First of a "thrillogy".

Second book is a stand alone: "Blood on My Hands" and while it is also a mystery involving high schoolers and modern technology (in this case a cell-phone pic that goes viral), the second book feels disjointed and harder to follow as the narrative jumps from present to past in Callie's effort to find frenemy Katherine's killer. ( )
  lillibrary | Jan 23, 2016 |
Just about all the notes I want in a teen thriller: revenge, comeuppance, red herrings, and a bit of torture. Characters are distinct from each other; readers can tell apart even the background characters (though some of these are still fairly one-dimensional). Strasser’s writing is still more functional than lyrical, but the gripping plot will keep readers turning pages late into the night anyway. ( )
  librarybrandy | Mar 30, 2013 |
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