Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls

Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls They say Delia burned herself to death in her stepfather s shed They say it was suicide But June doesn t believe it June and Delia used to be closer than anything Best friends in that way that comes b

  • Title: Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls
  • Author: Lynn Weingarten
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls

    They say Delia burned herself to death in her stepfather s shed They say it was suicide.But June doesn t believe it.June and Delia used to be closer than anything Best friends in that way that comes before everyone else before guys, before family It was like being in love, but They had a billion secrets, binding them together like thin silk cords.But one night a yThey say Delia burned herself to death in her stepfather s shed They say it was suicide.But June doesn t believe it.June and Delia used to be closer than anything Best friends in that way that comes before everyone else before guys, before family It was like being in love, but They had a billion secrets, binding them together like thin silk cords.But one night a year ago, everything changed June, Delia, and June s boyfriend Ryan were just having a little fun Their good time got out of hand And in the cold blue light of morning, June knew only this things would never be the same again.And now, a year later, Delia is dead June is certain she was murdered And she owes it to her to find out the truth which is far complicated than she ever could have imagined.Sexy, dark, and atmospheric, Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls will keep you guessing until the very last page.

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    1. Emily May

      Delia knew something someone didn t want her to know, that s for damn sure And she threatened to tell So whose secret was it And what were they willing to do to make her keep it Lovely cover, intriguing title, nothing new or special for the most part, until a cheap twist comes flying in towards the end.This book was all kinds of messy Typical bitchy high school drama that tries to follow in the footsteps of Gone Girl, but ends up being laughably cheesy, rather than an interesting psychological t [...]

    2. sana°¤°

      This is probably going to be a difficult review to write, butLet s start.First of all, the MC, June is the stupidest, retarded piece of shit on Earth Her best friend who she stopped talking to Delia commit suicide, but smart ass June thinks she was murdered Okay that s fine, but June kept on going back and forth between either she was murdered or she commit suicide Girl, make up your fucking mind please She trusted people to easily June trusted Jeremiah too fast Like he could be the fucking murd [...]

    3. Kelly (and the Book Boar)

      Find all of my reviews at 52bookminimum Pitched as Gone Girl meets Thirteen Reasons Why Suicide Notes From Beautiful Girls was one of the pop up recommendations on my library homepage I had heard zilch about this book before requesting it and only did so because I liked the title Deep, I know Then I saw that sales pitch contained in the blurb and had the following reaction However, since I have no ability to not read a book once it is downloaded, I had no choice but to grin and bear it And you [...]

    4. Chelsea(A Very Bookish Girl)

      I think this was a big ole pile of nope So many trigger warnings, rape, drug abuse, clearly suicide, I m glad I waited til I was in a good headspace to read this cause if not I d be having some serious problems right now.

    5. Aditi

      However rare true love may be, it is less so than true friendship Albert EinsteinLynn Weingarten, an American YA author, pens a gripping as well as an emotional tale, Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls , about two friends layered with enough mystery to keep the readers engaged till the very end, in a way, the author shades light into teenage friendships, trust issues among them, teenage trauma and suicide and mysterious death into her plot.Synopsis Gone Girl meets 13 Reasons Why in this stylish, [...]

    6. Stacee

      1.5 stars First off, I am 100% on board with mindfuckery I love it Like an all caps, flailing sort of love Thisis was disappointing Well, the first 40% of the book was good I was definitely intrigued at the murder mystery conspiracy vibe I was getting Then there was a maybe cheating boyfriend maybe shitty BFF plot line and I sort of lost my taste for it When the truth came out, it was enough to keep me going however, I loathe not getting concrete answers when mindfuckery is a major theme I got t [...]

    7. Whitney

      Honestly, I don t even know what to say about this book I really liked for the first hundred pages and then it all went to hell I don t even know what I just read, I can t process it This book went all over the place and took twists and turns into places that just didn t work I feel like the author started off with a great story and then she kept adding and drivel that ruined it.I gave it 2 stars because I did finish the book and because I liked the writing style but not the story itself Maybe [...]

    8. Es Summer

      Our hearts are pounding,And I can t tell whose is whose,her palms on my face,her lips on mine,her heart inside my chest Lately I ve been craving this new type of books Books about women and their relationship with each other Books about the intense, sometimes twisted and hypnotizing friendship women have with each other I love the way girls love each other recklessly and wild Unconstrained and passionately Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls is about a consuming, intense friendship between two gi [...]

    9. Liz Barnsley

      I have just finished this novel and all I can say is what the holy heck The whole thing was addictively brilliant but THAT ENDING OH MY I am not entirely sure what I m feeling right now but that was powerful powerful stuff.June s best friend has committed suicide They had drifted apart in the months leading up to the tragedy and June is struggling with survivor guilt However things are strange and lead her to believe that perhaps this is not as straightforward as it seems Did Delia really kill h [...]

    10. ReadAlong With Sue

      Although this is classified as YA, I personally think anyone can read this I am middle aged and I lovedthis book Its definitely a WOW what happened there.This is jam packed with an emotional read, two friends, Delia and June Both are so very different in character Whilst Delia comes across wild and out of control at times, June comes across as mild I think Delia brings confidence to June, untilDelia leaves a suicide note.This is where action starts to happen June knows the fear Delia has of a f [...]

    11. Nicola

      I have mixed feelings about Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls On the one hand it s an exciting thriller that kept me on the edge of my seat On the other hand, in the last 50% the book becomes weird and insane and it was like a whole different book.June and Delia are former best friends and haven t spoken in over a year because of something that happened June receives a voicemail on the day that Delia supposedly kills herself but then Delia s boyfriend arrives and says he doesn t believe it June [...]

    12. Dahlia

      Contains so many of my favorite elements, including a toxic homoerotic friendship and some good old fashioned revenge questing, as well as some really lovely writing Compelling enough to read in one shot, too Too much of the subplot stuff was left too open for me somewhere just shy of open to interpretation and into an area of less than satisfying in a way that retroactively colored the book for me into something a little less successful than I anticipated finding it but I enjoyed it a lot never [...]

    13. Rashika (is tired)

      The no.1 reason I DNFed this book was Delia June and Delia s friendship seems so toxic to me and Delia just seems like a horrible person and I JUST COULDN T do it.I ended up skimming till the end to see how the mystery unravelled and that s when things really got interesting but not interesting enough to make me want to read the entire book.I am slightly let down by the book given how much I adored Wherever Nina Lies but Delia is SO NOT WORTH IT She is actually kind of terrifying

    14. Serena | TheBookUnicorns

      1 starThis book was just so messed up Like, probably the most messed up book I ve ever read.In a mere 300 pages, it goes from the basic high school party life messed up to straight up murdering people messed up Every time I thought it couldn t get worse, I was wrong The main character is lied to so many times by the end of the book it s hard for even the reader to keep everything straight It honestly took me a little while to sort everything out.The worst thing about this book is that there is n [...]

    15. Kirsty

      I almost don t want to review this book because it was so awesome and I think the reason why I was so blown away with this book because I knew very little about this book going into it.This book is awesome It keeps you guessing from the first page until the last about what has actually happened and whether Delia actually committed suicide or not I found myself absolutely hooked and the ending absolutely blew me away.This books is compared to Gone girl and thirteen reasons why but having read bot [...]

    16. Tann Medi

      4,5 me ha gustado much simo, tiene un ritmo fascinante, todo el tiempo quer a saber que estaba sucediendo, aunque el desenlace me ha desconcertado un poco, se los recomiendo ampliamente

    17. Kat

      A sensitive topic, but a story that, upon reading the summary, held intrigue and promise, of a girl named June, mourning the loss of her best friend Delia who recently committed suicide then, Delia s ex boyfriend manages to convince June that this may not be by her own choice, but somebody else s, implying murder, and as described, she is swept into a tale of conspiracy and lies and investigation, and compared to Gone Girl such an analogy is overstated Upon reading the first few chapters the one [...]

    18. Julia

      Trigger Warnings Suicide and RapeOne word to describe this would beDisappointing.This has a solid premise for a young adult book involving suicide Someone s best friend supposedly kills herself, through burning herself But her friend June is shocked by her death and believes it to be not her doing June was an okay character and for the most part I liked her, than the book went down hill and so did her character for me Her best friend Delia isobnoxious Not only is she a character full of tropes b [...]

    19. Mariana

      La historia empieza incre ble, te engancha en el misterio por completo Despu s tiene un giro muy interesante y hasta ah todo excelente pero el final no me encant Pronto una rese a en el blog y en el canal.

    20. Gray Cox

      DNFed at page 30 yes, it was that bad Despite the beautiful cover this book fell so flat If I wanted to deal with shallow, meaningless, and just plain petty drama I would go hang out with a bunch of eyeliner wearing, sailor swearing middleschoolers who swear it s not a phase or I would finish this book Please don t make me do either of those.

    21. Claire (Book Blog Bird)

      This and other reviews are featured on my blog Book Blog BirdSuicide Notes From Beautiful Girls opens with June learning of her former best friend s death Delia and June hadn t been in contact for over a year but when June learns of Delia s suicide she is distraught And then facts start to come to the surface to suggest that it might not have been suicide after allThis was a really hard book to come up with a rating for There were aspects that I loved some parts were so suspenseful that my eyes [...]

    22. Elise (TheBookishActress)

      3.5 stars Cheesy in places and not particularly new, but definitely an enjoyable, psychological read TO START WITH THE BAD It s cliche I think we ve all read plenty of books with slightly naive leads and evil opposite characters Anyone who s read YA suspense of this type will know the approximate direction the plot is headed This didn t affect my enjoyment of the book, especially since I read this before becoming tired of the cliche, but YA suspense veterans, be warned Another complaint June s c [...]

    23. Kate Ormand

      June isn t convinced that Delia committed suicide Even though the two of them are no longer best friends, June knows Delia as well as she knows herself, and something doesn t add up The signs all suggest that Delia was murdered, but by who And why June delves into dangerous territory with her investigation, and what she discovers only produces questions.This is the hardest type of book to review It was so twisty and brilliant and had me guessing, and guessing again, the whole way through and lo [...]

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