FREE PDF ç BOOK My Whole Truth Þ MBJUK

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FREE PDF ç BOOK My Whole Truth Þ MBJUK · Seventeen year old Seelie Stanton never wanted to kill someone She never wanted to be invisible in her own family never wanted to crush on her best friend Alyssa and she definitely never wanted to know how effectively a mallet could destroy someone’s head But the universe doesn’t care whaHow effectively a mallet could destroy someone’s head But the universe doesn’t care what she wants Shane Mayfield doesn’t care what Seelie wants either When the former high school basketball sta The air is dead with the stench of bloodMineHisWhen a book starts with a paragraph like that I know I am in trouble because I am SOLDMy Whole Truth is a YA suspense novel about a 17 year old Seelie who is brutally attacked by a 21 year old Shane and kills him in self defence Or at least that's what it seems until she is arrested for murder Seelie does not have many friends but she has three very close ones Lyssa Finn and Ashlyn The foursome looks to be unseparable at first but as new facts come to light little cracks in their friendship start to appearThe main premise of the book is a murder story but my heart went out to the relationships between the four characters I was intrigued to discover their stories and secrets And secrets there were This book pulled me in and didn't let go until the last page I will definitely watch out for the next Mischa Thrace novel45 starsThank you to Netgalley and Flux for providing me with a free e copy of the book in exchange for an honest review

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Seventeen year old Seelie Stanton never wanted to kill someone She never wanted to be invisible in her own family never wanted to crush on her best friend Alyssa and she definitely never wanted to know 👩🏻 35 Stars rounded up for this story of strength bravery and truth 🏇The opening scene of the book is powerful Seelie is brutally attacked by Shane Mayfield the son of a well respected and connected local judge In the throes of defending herself against Shane's vicious attack she ends up killing him in self defense I knew he would kill me if he got back up so I made sure he couldn't Don't you understand? I had to save myself I had toYet due to various connections within the legaljustice system and pressure from Shane's well respected father Seelie is arrested for murder The story chronicles her experiences during the trial and the aftermath of her attack While the story was interesting and dealt well with Seelie's feelings after the attack there were certain things that kept this from being a stronger read for me I felt like there was a lot thrown into this book but much of it was only explored on a very surface level One of the biggest unexplored aspects for me was Seelie's strained relationship with her mother There was so much animosity and resentment between them but no real explanation was given for it I did enjoy the Faction which is the name Seelie and her group of close friends had given themselves The friendship amongst them was strong accepting forgiving and a true lifeline for Seelie during her horrible ordeal I also found it relevant that Seelie basically shut down after her assault That is a very real response from survivors of assault I enjoyed watching her come to terms with what happened to her and finding ways to slowly speak out and share all the details of her attackOverall this was a well done YA novel It started off strong and kept me turning the pages I just personally would have enjoyed a bit fleshing out of the back story and Seelie's life Thank you to Misha Thrace North Star Editions and NetGalley for the advance copy

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My Whole TruthR attacks her she has no choice but to defend herself She saved her own life but she can’t bring herself to talk about what happened that night Not all of it Not even when she’s arrested for murder A high school boy is dead and seventeen year old Seelie short for Cecilia stands accused Was it self defense or cold blooded murder?This subject matter is surprisingly dark for a YA novel The disturbing parts are glossed over except for one detailed scene that reads like an article straight out of Teen Vogue It left me irritated this politically charged opinion was so blatantly aimed at young women However I don’t believe in censorship either so my approval isn’t necessaryI finished the book fairly pleased with the overall theme of girl power The writing is fun and snappy enough for three stars