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Free download The Good Girl æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ [Epub] ➟ The Good Girl By Mary Kubica – Gwairsoft.co.uk I've been following her for the past few days I know where she buys her groceries where she works I don't know the color of her eyes or what they look like when she's scared But I willOne nDed cabin in rural Minnesota instead of delivering her to his employers Mia's mother Eve and detective Gabe Hoffman will stop at nothing to find them But no one could have predicted the emotional entanglements that eventually cause this family's world to shatter. We'd built a fire from nothing but woodSo says Good Girl character Colin Thatcher bragging about his survival skills I feel that the book can be summed up similarly she'd written a book using nothing but words That's all there is to it words and words and words but very little else to recommend it to people who enjoy reading words If you disagree with me and think that words are all it takes to write a novel go read a phone book and then get back to meI honestly feel torn about devoting any amount of time to writing a review of this book but I feel cheated and would like to be able to share some words of my own I don't say a thingThat's Colin Thatcher again He's a character in this story but he doesn't do much by his own admission None of the characters do much really This book somehow has managed to garner comparisons to Gone Girl when it is the complete opposite of that successful tale Where Flynn creates complex characters Kubica gathered some paper dolls and didn't even bother to paste them to sticks and make them move They remain lifeless on each page As Colin points out he doesn't say a thing along with the other characters because the dialogue here is so painful that it is better for all concerned if the characters just cry and whine Flynn created a convoluted plot whereas Kubica took two sentences called it a story and then spent over 300 pages obscuring that story working her way backwards from the ending towards the two sentences that reveal to the reader what they're actually reading I have no knowledge of professional sportsThat's Eve the most useless mother who never mothered She has little to no knowledge of anything useful She doesn't have a job She's not a homemaker And by homemaker you meanWe have a cleaning lady you know She can't cook Supposedly concerned over the disappearance of her youngest daughter Eve only contacted Mia twice during the year prior to the abduction Now all of a sudden Eve is one of the three narrators Mrs Clueless doesn't have much to say as you can imagine so she spends some time thinking about how she met her husband and oh I'm sorry I just fell asleepDetective Whatshisface is another narrator I assume that he journeyed all the way from a bad crime writer's reject pile to come and play cops and robbers in this story What I know about Detective Whatshisface He wears clothes He forms unprofessional relationships with people involved in his cases He has no lifeHow much I care about Detective WhatshisfaceWho else Oh yes Colin The guy Um well he's this guy and he's in the story and he doesn't really talk or do anything except behave violently every now and then Really he has no redeeming ualities Unfortunately for the reader we are subjected to scenes like theseview spoilerYou look beautiful I say and she does But she reiterates in a whisper Liar She says she's never felt so revolting in her life I settle my hands on the sides of her face She's embarrassed and tries to look away but I force her to look at me You look beautiful I say again hide spoiler

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Ain boyfriend But when he doesn't show she unwisely leaves with an enigmatic stranger At first Colin Thatcher seems like a safe one night stand But following Colin home will turn out to be the worst mistake of Mia's life When Colin decides to hide Mia in a seclu. GoodReads Giveaway Winner The publishers of this book will tell you that The Good Girl is the next Gone Girl It is not don’t even bother There are no fantastic plot twists because you pretty much know from the beginning what is going to happen The clues are not so much cleverly placed as leadenly bombard the reader This is not an intelligent read but an attack on the reader’s intelligence The author relies on lazy literary and cultural stereotypes In fact this book was filled with subtle and overt racism The author lets us know that only missing beautiful blonds are important enough for an investigator to devote his time too If the population of an “ethnic” area is nearly half white then its “safe to walk around at night” If an area is “largely African American” then it a “hellhole” She even characterizes her white criminal as misunderstood with a wounded heart underneath The African American is a crazy predator like an animal No she didn’t call him a monkey she likens him to a killer whale All black and shiny with scary white teeth WFT Its 2014 are there no minorities working at Harleuin or even an educated socially aware white person Or was the idea that this poor imitation of Gone Girl could garner some of the monetary success enough to turn a blinds eye Disgusting

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The Good GirlI've been following her for the past few days I know where she buys The Good PDFEPUBher groceries where she works I don't know the color of her eyes or what they look like when she's scared But I willOne night Mia Dennett enters a bar to meet her on again off ag. This is a debut WHAT We need authors like this out hereThis book is not at all what it seems I was expecting a book like Gone Girl and what I got was a relative of it If you liked Gone Girl you will like The Good Girl It had me racing through the pages until the very end WHICH BLEWMYMIND It didn't really hit me what was going on until the last few pages I had to reread a couple of pages to get it but it was enjoyable not annoying where I just didn't get it I had an idea of what was going on but I had to be sure This book really kept me guessing and each time I was just very wrongI really did like the multiple POV's of the novel however To some it may be confusing but to me it was great Refreshing even I haven't read a novel with multiple POV's that I have enjoyed in a long time The author did a good job with hooking the reader in and having them crave for the end of every chapter just so they could see what was going on in the next one The characters were realistic to people I know and I was drawn into their lives and this again was greatThis is a fantastic book if you're craving a dark mystery If you read this you won't be disappointed because I was not and I am now looking forward to books by Mary Kubica She can write a hell of a story