As Good As Dead: TikTok made me buy it! The brand new and final book in the bestselling YA thriller trilogy (A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder, Book 3)

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As Good As Dead: TikTok made me buy it! The brand new and final book in the bestselling YA thriller trilogy (A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder, Book 3)

As Good As Dead: TikTok made me buy it! The brand new and final book in the bestselling YA thriller trilogy (A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder, Book 3)

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But that means it made me feel and thats for me the most important thing in a book that it makes me feel and that was what As good as dead delivered. To access your ebook(s) after purchasing, you can download the free Glose app or read instantly on your browser by logging into Glose. I really enjoyed reading this book, but it is definitely my least favorite of the series and man, did it go in a different direction from the other two. If she had his best interests in heart she would know that he deserved someone else and it would also add some character development because she would be SELF AWARE.

I love the plot in this book and its a perfect mix between charracter driven and Pip her struggles and the mystery plot kept me on my toes the entire time and stressed and i needed to keep reading to know answers witch is the best. But two dead pigeons and five headless chalked stick figures make everything stomach-wrenching for her. However, Pip learns that Maria Karras contacted her through the podcast back in April asking for her help in proving Billy’s innocence so she is more than willing to provide Pip with whatever she wants. In fact, the only reason she avoids full panic mode is become she conjures Ravi in her mind and he helps her calm down and talk through the logical steps. Taking into account what had happened (Pip losing faith in the justice system, Pip witnessing a murder, Pip feeling guilty about not being able to save someone from book 2, Pip suffering from PTSD), it was only fair that this book would focus on her as all of those surely took a toll on her mentally and then some.I know a few reviewers have questioned whether it is right that Pip frames Max Hastings for the murder of Jason Bell who is actually the DT killer. And when Pip’s whole family was woken up by the metal coming through her speakers… she should have told them what happened. Her entire “The cops won’t believe this even though I just made sure my dna was in his trunk and there is loads of phayical evidence here and on me that I was trapped and also I just connected all the dots on him being the DT killer in three days flat but there’s ~no way~ the police would believe me. I am proud of myself tho because i figured out who it was pretty early and i was right * high fives myself * i never guess murderers or mystery cases.

I found that Pip’s refusal to talk things through with her wide support network again deeply annoying. Even if it wouldn’t change the fact that she will face consequences for literally killing someone (again wow, how did she become so morally grey so fast) she’d have a better chance than with what she decided to actually do. So if you are looking for a Young Adult crime thriller, read which has a knotty plotline and a twisted mystery to solve, and which has well-developed characters for whom you can fall in love. The opening to As Good As Dead was interesting as we learn that Pip hasn’t been dealing well with Stanley’s death and is suffered from PTSD over the incident but this only the beginning. I get that the idea was the shock factor you can't really give us unless it's people-we-know-turning-bad, but c'mon!Regardless, I loved how all the mystery or cases from book 1 and 2 were brought together and tied into this one.

I’m not gonna lie though, I was still screaming at Pip in my head when she decided to cover it up instead of just going to the cops. And whenever I’m feeling nervous about anything, I always think to myself, what would Pip do in this situation? Looks like Pip is going to have to handle this herself, and when she notices similarities with a closed case of a serial killer, things go from bad to worse. Lol, this is definitely something I would do… well at least you aren’t planning to read the books haha.

yes, i am aware that it has been nearly six months since i read this but the last time i tried talking about this book with a friend who also read it, both of us became chaotic messes five minutes before school started.

Holly Jackson started writing stories from a young age, completing her first (poor) attempt at a novel aged fifteen. I find it very weird that so many reviewers are applauding Pip and saying the ending was great, when the characters all made such stupid choices and literally did the very thing that the first book exposed as reprehensible (framing someone for a murder they didn’t commit! And I very much enjoyed attempting to solve the case with Pip (who I now want to be my best friend). I don't have to have surprise after surprise in my books, but I'm not a fan of reading hundreds of pages when things can only go one way. She is also facing a lawsuit from Max as he wants an apology from the recording Pip published with him admitting to what he had done and she refuses telling him she would die before apologising to him as she believes he is truly a monster and wants him behind bars and I agree.So, Pip and Ravi realize that yes, someone is stalking her and they have been right outside her house. Pip got in some serious trouble this time and the stakes were much much higher than in the previous two installments. it felt the most mature, contained the most detail, and showed the character development of Pip throughout the series (not that it was necessarily good, but she did undergo drastic change). On the other hand, I can see why it would be the perfect route to take in bringing this trilogy to an end. As we cross into the final section of the novel, the twists and turn the novel took kept me on the edge of my seat wondering if they were going to get away with it or not.

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