You Are Not Alone: Reading Experience

I decided to do something different for You Are Not Alone by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen. I want to start doing more reviews on this blog but I also wanted to do more vlog-type things because I forget how I’m feeling throughout the books.

This book was slightly on my radar but I wasn’t going to read it until it became the book of the month for the Literally Dead book club, hosted by Books and LaLa. I’ve decided to only read the ones I can easily get or ones I’m really excited for.

So I’m going to update this post throughout and publish it at the end. The only reason this is will work right now is because I’m not leaving the apartment. When everything goes back to normal I may keep this and attempt to get the app to cooperate or update things when I get home.

Part One:

I really have no idea where this is going. I feel as though I haven’t even gotten to into the plot. I’m still trying to figure out what the whole plot is. Which when you’re halfway done with a book shouldn’t be a thing.

So far there are two things people are trying to figure out. The first being why a nurse committed suicide and the second being what Shay’s connection is to that nurse. We know by the end of one of the first chapters there is no connection which makes that entire plot line seem useless.

I really like the writing style so far. It’s very simplistic and easy to get lost in. I’m reading this for an Astronomy OWLs prompt which is read a book when it’s dark out. This first part took me three nights due to that.

Part Two:

This brought a bit more clarity on what was going to happen and a lot more on why as well. The sisters have started to show the readers their more manipulative side and you start to find out about how they started doing what they do and why they do it.

The reasoning kind of reminds me of the reasoning in two other thrillers I’ve recently read and I actually really like that reasoning more than just a random person random time, own personal gain type thing.

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