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But it seems no one picks up on it until too late. I would love to know if he wanted to be caught, if he accepts the consequences or if he is just growing more volatile. As far as the type of story, perhaps Fatal Attraction? Joe also feels like a diabolical version of a narcissistic Holden Caulfield from Catcher in the Rye.

This is such a different kind of story… one where you may side with the criminal in this story. You see both perspectives. You want him to get everything he deserves — both the good and the bad.

If you need something to pull you out of a slump, this is the book. About Me For those new to me or my reviews I write A LOT. Leave a comment and let me know what you think. Vote in the poll and ratings. Thanks for stopping by. Note : All written content is my original creation and copyrighted to me, but the graphics and images were linked from other sites and belong to them. Many thanks to their original creators. View all 51 comments. Okay, this book is really, really hard for me to rate.

Because plot-wise it was engaging, addictive, and thoroughly thrilling. I had to find out what happened next. And it was so twisted and sick and entertaining. But content-wise, there were a lot of problems I had with this book. I have a really hard time with how explicit and violent it was; it makes me hesitant to recommend to people.

There were definitely points in the story that I was disturbed and a bit offended. The writing is unique and Okay, this book is really, really hard for me to rate. The writing is unique and fits the story really well. It’s written in the 2nd person, so it’s as if Joe, the narrator, is talking directly to you. But it wasn’t at all pretty writing. In fact, there were quite a few times I rolled my eyes at how ridiculous he sounded. Also, I’m not sure if I was just ill-informed or if the book is incorrectly categorized, but this book definitely borders on erotica at times, which I’m not a fan of.

If I had known that, I probably wouldn’t have read it, since I’m just not interested in reading that kind of stuff. So knowing all that, I’d say reading this is definitely up to your discretion. It was entertaining, but I could’ve gone without reading it at the end of the day. View all 31 comments. This book will not be for everyone.

You will either love it or hate it. Obviously I loved it. This book messed with my mind so much and made me see things in a whole new light. We live in an age where our whole lives are one click away on the internet. Anyone can find out anything about you. We have no privacy. Our lives are documented on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, ect. Joe, the main character, uses the internet and social media to his advantage, not only to learn everything he can about a girl he met, but to also insert himself so far into her life that she cannot escape him.

This book really made me take a closer look at how much of myself I leave on the internet and how easy it would be for someone like Joe to worm his way into my life. The characters in this book are what really made it fascinating to me. Every single character is vile. I kind of want to hate Caroline Kepnes for making me love Joe.

Yes he is revolting and sick. But I found myself sympathizing with him. And there were entire chunks of the book where I would forget who he really is and find myself thinking he is great. Then BAM! And I think that is was creeps me out most about this book.

To everyone around him, Joe is a normal decent guy. But being in his head we get to see every depraved thought he has. In theory Joe could be anyone around you and you would never know. Beck was a basket-case. And I hated her. I never really understood her motives or her way of thinking. I know I know. But I found myself thinking he deserved better. Which is insane.

The writing in this book is amazing. It is also in present tense, so it feels less like I am being told a story and more like I am actually experiencing it. The genre of this novel is hard to place. It is not a contemporary and not quite a thriller, but something entirely new and amazing. This story was captivating and something I think will only come around once.

View all 9 comments. I loved every second of it. View 2 comments. Clever like a fox. A book written from the perspective of a male stalker? So trashy, so icky. There was no way I was going to read that book. But then you started setting traps to lure me. You planted some Goodreads reviews written by some of my friends — people you know I trust and respect. You had them raving about your book; they talked about how surprised they were at how much they liked it and they even confessed to having sympathy for Joe the stalker.

They gave it 4 stars and even 5 stars. Have you no shame? How could you manipulate people like that? But of course you have no shame. You preyed on my weaknesses. You cast Joe as a bookstore clerk — giving you lots of room for literary references — and even some film references for good measure.

You made Joe so hapless that it was hard not to have a twinge of sympathy for him. And you knew I would shut my eyes tight if there was too much graphic violence — so you really toned it down and kept it light.

Yup, I’ll be reading your next book just to make sure you’re not up to your sneaky ways again. View all 60 comments. You wrote this book, and I saw it all over the place. You grabbed my attention with what looked like a cross between The Collector and American Psycho. I couldn’t find your book anywhere, but I was able to land an inter-library loan and get my hands on it.

I rushed to the library, but they were closed. I walked away with my head down, disappointed. All I could think about was you and your book which was called You and was written by you. You devil, you. The next day I got my hands on your book a You wrote this book, and I saw it all over the place.

The next day I got my hands on your book and read through the first one-hundred pages or so pretty quickly. It was amazing. It was fresh and hip and a little dark. This guy, Joe, that you created was great.

I loved the beginning of your story. I loved how hip you were with your social commentary on books, authors, music, and especially social media. I was captivated by the story and where it was going, but then it got there.

You took me halfway through this story with these messed up characters, and I was into it, man. I couldn’t put it down even though I was really starting to become distracted by all the graphic language and erotic stuff you were throwing into the story. Then, you doubled down on that stuff so when your story flattened out in the middle it felt like you were just relying on all these big girl words you kept throwing around and sexual situations.

Neither of these things added a thing to the story you wanted to tell, but you kept forcing it down my throat. You distracted me from what had potential to be a great story. Halfway through your book, you really lost steam. Joe wasn’t the same as he was at the beginning, and everything worked out too conveniently for him. I couldn’t feel anything for Beck either so I was left not caring about either of them or what happened to them. And then more vulgar crap and stupid scenes that just ruined it.

Your book was like the first part of a roller coaster where you had me all in slowly taking me up the incline, but then you dropped me too fast and the thrill was quickly gone. I can’t recommend this book to anyone. I wanted to. I really wanted to. I wanted to like it more than I did. Why did you have to go and ruin everything? But your book You which was written by you has made you very successful, and you have a huge fan base who is waiting for you to release the next book in the You series written by you.

I added your next book to my to-be-read shelf, but I now have no desire to read it. Thank you. View all 29 comments. Joe is a stalker. A creepy obsessive psycho who genuinely believes he is always in the right and that he deserves the best.

When Beck walks into his bookshop he is immediately smitten. His desire quickly turns to obsession as he stalks her both online and in real life. He follows her on nights out, and even watches her when she is in her apartment. As he finds ways to insert himself into her life they form a relationship. Joe thinks they belong together, and wi 4. Joe thinks they belong together, and will do whatever it takes to stay in Beck’s life – even if that means removing any and all competitors and distractions.

As this book is told entirely from Joe’s perspective, we see how he justifies his actions. He doesn’t even believe what he is doing is wrong, just a means to an end. This was a unique way of telling the story as at times Joe is relatable, and even funny.

Then you need to catch yourself to remember that this guy is actually a head case. It is also interesting as I found Beck’s character really irritating, but again that doesn’t mean she deserves any of it, she is the victim in this. I saw one review compared being inside Joe’s head to being inside Humbert’s in Lolita ; but I can’t say I agree. I could not stomach Lolita whatsoever, I found Humbert truly sickening. And I guess it depends on the reader and whether you can compare pedophilia with Joe’s crimes in You.

I’m not defending Joe’s behaviour – he is reprehensible. But, whilst reading You, particularly when Joe and Beck are in their relationship – there is nothing overtly wrong there. Granted the way he got to their relationship was wrong, and the other crimes he committed while in this relationship cannot be excused, but he is not constantly vile all the time.

Whereas I found the thought processes of Humbert to be disgusting all the time. He is never not a pedophile. He is never once not thinking of acting on his awful desires.

Again this may be different for different readers, but I couldn’t compare the sickening crime of pedophilia with Joe’s character here.

Very sexually explicit, with loads of swearing, so bear that in mind if that isn’t for you. Overall I was gripped, I needed to know what would happen, and it was a good and shocking ending. I can’t wait to pick up the sequel! You’ve come home to me, delivered at last, on a Tuesday, a. Every day I close up without finding anyone like you. Look at you, born into my world today.

I have only had one other experience reading second person narration that I can remember Bright Lights, Big City- I have to say I wasn’t a huge fan, and I found myself avoiding anything written in that point of view From the moment Guinevere You’ve come home to me, delivered at last, on a Tuesday, a. From the moment Guinevere Beck walks into the East Village bookstore where Joe works- he can think of nothing else- and vows to make her his.

With the help of Facebook, Twitter and a stolen cell phone- Joe is able to hack in to “Beck’s” world- Her correspondence, friends, her likes and dislikes, address, her whereabouts at any given moment- Now he is armed with enough information to become a man Beck could fall in love with.

But while Joe thinks he is holding all the cards- Beck is starting to show some of her true colors What can I say about YOU? The deck was stacked against me enjoying this book from the start. Second person narration View all 80 comments. Yup, it happened. I finally found a character who makes all the other sociopaths I read about seem like the most stable and sane guys. As Michael Caine says, “Mystery Pier is like the most wonderful bookshop, except you get to buy the exhibits.

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The girl in the water marks the third such case in the area — all drowned with superficial stab wounds and discovered in a body of water — and Darger feels certain she won’t be the last.

The corpses are badly decomposed. The flesh purpled and softened from their time in the water. The forensic evidence distorted by decay and the elements.

But the victims share one more thing in common — all were discovered roughly five days post mortem. A coincidence?

Something with meaning to be discerned? Darger suspects the timeline to be significant, but without evidence, she can only guess as to why. That sets up what might be the key to the case: What is the killer doing to the victims for the four days between their deaths and dumping their bodies?

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Snyder “I devour each installment in this series the instant it is available. Klouzal “Wow, just wow! Ok nice might not be the right word to use. How about gruesome. The corpse juts from the heaping bulge of the landfill.

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Watches withered bodies laid out on the stainless steel slabs of the morgue, their faces crusted with sandy soil, skin pulled taut around knobby cheekbones. What kind of a person could carry out such harsh acts?

Figuring out the warped psychology might be the key to solving the case. Forensic evidence helps Darger trace the bodies to a particular dumpster in West Philadelphia. It’s the first step down the long, dark passage this case leads her through. Because the city is full of deadly secrets — horrors waiting beneath the surface. In her most shocking and bizarre case yet, the darkness comes for Darger in a way it never has before.

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What kind of a person could carry out such cruelties? Understanding the warped psychology will be the key to solving the case. The suspect seems hellbent on creating a spectacle.

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I absolutely cannot wait for the next book. A definite five star read. Kept me enthralled from cover to cover. Heart-stopping suspense. I completed it in one night. Loved it.



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