Suicide Notes From Beautiful Girls by Lynn Weingarten

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June is struggling to deal with her best friend Delia's suicide and when Delia's ex-boyfriend contacts June and tells her he thinks she was murdered, June begins on a journey to uncover the truth, resulting in a lot of twists and turns, lies, mystery and conspiracy.

Suicide Notes From Beautiful Girls was amazing. Pitched as "Gone Girl" meets "Thirteen Reasons Why", I had high hopes for this book and I am so glad it lived up to my expectations. When I started the first page, I was hooked and around the half-way point, my interest tripled and I sped through the second-half. This story is a mystery psychological thriller with a complex narrative, excellent writing and characters you just can't get enough of. 

The second half took a turn for the worst, in that it became pretty disturbing and I couldn't get enough; I was hooked. I wasn't expecting the twists that took place, something I can usually predict, so I was pleased this book managed to shock me and it only increased my enjoyment. The less you know about this book the better, but I urge you to read it: it is phenomenal. 

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