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Ese charactersLucky characters I mean I o to university but I m not in a dorm so I ve truly never experienced anything that even comes close to living with my classmates Though after finishing PEOPLE LIKE US I think maybe it s a American Pronghorn: Social Adaptations and the Ghosts of Predators Past good thing that I m staying far away from these kinds of placesImagine you re living with let s say five hundred other teenagers From the amount of crimes committed today it s possible at least one is or will become a pathological killer Unfortunately for Kay Donovan that pathological killer has come in contact with her and wants her to ruin the lives of her friendsIt s a sickame Kay doesn t have a choice because she herself has some secrets she d rather people didn t know about and the police already suspects her for the death of Jessica Lane So she plays the An Audience of Artists: Dada, Neo-Dada, and the Emergence of Abstract Expressionism game andets other people as well as herself burnedKay Donovan never hides that she s an unreliable character It takes time for her to ive us detail about her past and often than not those details are confusing but at least she s not pretending she is totally innocent I ve read
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give PREP SCHOOL CONFIDENTIAL a try but this is an engaging story regardless I personally prefer my mystery heroines to notPREP SCHOOL CONFIDENTIAL a try *But This Is An *this is an story regardless I personally prefer my mystery heroines to not innocent or na ve since they must be smart and have enough rit to want to solve the case in the first place and not just wait for things to happen to them Kay shows those ualitiesA little too focused upon relationships and surely it could have been shortened but I liked that as readers we didn t know if the murder was premeditated or a crime of passion Blog Youtube Twitter Instagram Google Bloglovin Okay I knew I knew Aristotle's Rhetoric: An Art of Character going into this that I wasoing to enjoy it But I was not actually really expecting this to be one of my favorite YA suspense novels of all time But I swear to Anthropology as Cultural Critique: An Experimental Moment in the Human Sciences god Dana Mele could have been looking into my brain s idea of a perfect YA thriller and STILL would have nailed it yairl just read and adored an arc of the fucked up sapphic mean irls book and is officially living life to the fullest People Like Us is a thriller driven first and foremost by character dynamics Most of which Until Kay herself is in the crosshairs of a murder investigation But if Kay's finally backed into a corner she'll do what it takes to survive Because at Bates Academy the truth is something you makenot something that happene. Tricia Maddy Brie and Cori
There s something about femaleFriendships That Can Be So Twisted And Messed Up Butthat can be so twisted and messed up but something about female friendships that can be so twisted and messed up but completely fascinating and even relatable I enjoyed the psychology of it all Does someone who does one bad thing even one really bad thing deserve bad things to happen to them Deserve to be murdered or framed for murder Oh and did I mention that most characters in the novel appear to be sexually fluid It s not explicitly discussed with labels which I am 100% on board for and wish books would take note It s normalized and no one is bothered by what ender you re having sex with or want to have sex with It just isI can t Between Silences go without mentioning that I was super annoyed for the Game of Thrones spoilers Thanks Because I have been saving the show for an epic binge later I dodge spoilers like a boss But it s a bit difficult when you put them IN A BOOK that has nothing to do with GOT by the wayThere were a couple minor plot holes in uestion that weren t actually that big of a deal in therand scheme of things Do not click the spoiler tag or "You Re Asking For "re asking for This should be read AFTER finishing the book I did however want elaboration on view spoilerthe NolaBianca thing Or just Nola in eneral AND the Dear Valentine thing didn t seem so big that it should ve been the catalyst to the murders but clearly mental health was a factor I expected the Dear Valentine thing to be an even fucked up prank I uess when mean spirited things happen to you they seem like the biggest thing in the world And they never really seem that mean from the perpetrator s perspective Howeverit is putting energy into doing something mean to someone So stillfucked up Just not murder a stranger to frame you for murder worthy hide spoiler as someone who is thoroughly afraid but also in awe of thrillers THIS IS SO GOODlike I kind of Betrayals: The Unpredictability of Human Relations guessed the murderer but then I also had other suspects as well and then add to the boarding school aesthetic meanirls character arc ueer Bat Ode girls and this was AMAZING I am obsessed with boarding school stories Probably because I never went to such a school myself and am having so much fun living vicariously through th. Erbic wit But when airl's body is found in the lake Kay's carefully constructed life begins to topple The dead irl has left Kay a computer coded scavenger hunt which as it unravels begins to implicate suspect after suspect.
DOWNLOAD People Like UsIt s the sort of thing that bugs you after someone dies You remember little ways you wronged them Even if they deserved it This is exactly what I wanted it to be Different books popped into my mind while readingamong them Dangerous Girls Pretty Little Liars Allegedly These have always been my favorite kind of YA books I can t help it I live for a thriller And there is just something about murder mysteries and mean irls that o hand in hand It just works Fill them with twists and unlikable charactersI am here for itKay Donovan reinvented herself when she cameBates Academy all irls boarding school She leftto bates academyEVERYTHING FROM BEFORE BEHIND NO ONE HAS TO EVERfrom before behind No one has to ever about how she lost her best friend and brother Kay became the cool mean Beyond Redemption: Race, Violence, and the American South after the Civil War girl who everyone wants to be friends with She s captain of the soccer team and ringleader of her friendroup the type of roup that thinks they re funny coming up with witty insults about everyone around them and doesn t think about how anything makes other people feel I can t believe she hurt you that bad and you never said anything Well the story starts with aTraditionskinny Dipping In Thedipping in the after the Skeleton Dance Only it doesn t o as it usually does Kay s best friend Brie jumps in first only to discover a body If only they knew this was only the beginningThe next day an email shows up in Kay s inbox from the dead Back to the Breast: Natural Motherhood and Breastfeeding in America girl It is blackmail If Kay doesn t complete each item on a list her secret proof of her crime will be sent to her parents the police and every student at Bates What s interesting is the list just leads to secrets and lies and puts Kay in a position to hurt her friendsAnd a whole string of secrets and investigating and hookups ensues Something I really loved is how there wasn t just one mystery to the story There is who killed Jessica of course But also who is blackmailing Kay What is the secret Kay has about what she did in the past I accumulated a few other mini mysteries as they were introduced but mentioning here would be pure spoilers I enjoyed figuring out all the bits and pieces along the way I also really liked figuring out the dynamics of Kay s friendroup with Tai. Kay Donovan may have skeletons in her closet but the past is past and she's reinvented herself entirely Now she's a star soccer player whose At Stake: Monsters and the Rhetoric of Fear in Public Culture group oforgeous friends run their private school with effortless popularity and ac. .