Copycat author Hannah Jayne epub å Paperback × hannah jayne

book Copycat author Hannah Jayne

Copycat author Hannah Jayne epub å Paperback × hannah jayne × Everyone is dying to read the latest book in the popular Gap Lake mystery series and Addison is no exception As the novels biggest fan Addison is flattered when the infamously reclusive author RJ Rosen contacts her granting her inside information otK that life may be imitating fiction And as other terrifying events from the book start happening around her Addison has to figure out how to write her own ending and survive the sto Thank you to NetGalley for providing me a complimentary copy of COPYCAT by Hannah Jayne in exchange for my honest reviewAddie writes fan fiction for her favorite mystery series She can hardly believe when the writer notices her work and asks her to help with publicity for the last book of the series But soon murders that mimic the books begin happening Is life imitating art?The premise of COPYCAT and having read some of Hannah Jayne’s books previously inspired me to reuest the ARC Addison was a likable main character I could practically feel her teenage enthusiasm for reading and writing Her excitement at being contacted by Spencer felt organic COPYCAT moved at an even medium pace The dialogue was the weakest part of the story It felt like an adult writing for a teen rather than a teenager actually speaking If the mystery aspect had a few surprising twists or a gotcha moment I would have rated #COPYCAT higherTweens and younger teens will probably like COPYCAT than older kids

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Ive author RJ Rosen contacts her granting her inside information others would kill for But when the most popular girl in Addison's high school is murdered Addison can't help but thin Addie runs an online blog for the popular Gap Lake Mystery series and is over the moon when the reclusive author contacts her through email to promote the latest book in the series But soon life starts imitating fiction especially when a popular girl is murder in Addie’s school When other strange things from the book start happening around her Addie knows she has to figure out who the murderer is before she or her loved ones get hurt Copycat is a fairly good YA read with a fairly decent mystery My only problem was that I could not connect with the characters but I’m sure people who like this genre might enjoy itI would like to thank Sourcebooks Fire NetGalley for providing an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest and fair reviewThis and reviews at runs an online blog for the popular Gap Lake Mystery series and is over the moon when the reclusive author contacts her through email to promote the latest book in the series But soon life starts imitating fiction especially when a popular girl is murder in Addie’s school When other strange things from the book start happening around her Addie knows she has to figure out who the murderer is before she or her loved ones get hurt Copycat is a fairly good YA read with a fairly decent mystery My only problem was that I could not connect with the characters but I’m sure people who like this genre might enjoy itI would like to thank Sourcebooks Fire NetGalley for providing an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest and fair reviewThis and reviews at

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Copycat author Hannah JayEveryone is dying to read the latest book in the popular Gap Lake mystery series and Addison is no exception As the novels biggest fan Addison is flattered when the infamously reclus Content warnings include alcoholism and dating violenceThis book took me back to the Point Horror books of my childhood if their characters swore Addison is a 17 year old who is obsessed with a series of books and writes fan fiction on her popular blog Reader dream #264 comes true for her when the mysterious author of the Gap Lake books contacts her and asks for her help in generating buzz for the upcoming series finale Addison and her best friend Maya stumble upon the body of the most popular girl in school the details of which eerily mimic those of the snippets of the new book the author has asked Addie to post on her blog Addie begins to wonder whether the person contacting her really is the author or if she’s talking to the killerWhile there was nothing specifically wrong with Addie’s character it was Maya that made the book for me I loved her snarky uips and the banter between her and Addie Spencer ex boyfriend of the dead girl and Addie’s crush and Colton who is not so secretly in love with Maya both felt mostly two dimensional I wasn’t a fan of Addie’s dad or Maya’s parents although I’m fairly sure Mr Garcia could twist my arm and force me to eat some of his cookingI loved the snippets of the Gap Lake book that the author sends Addie as they had a creepy teenage horror vibe I’ve read so many books like this and am a lot older than the target audience so I found the plot really predictable and I knew who was responsible for the murder early on Had I read this as a kid I expect the whodunnit aspect probably would have floored me The explanations espoused during the baddie monologue are uite groan worthyI was fortunate enough to have an ARC but life happened so I read it after its release This became a fun game for me once I realised that the library book in one hand and the Kindle in the other didn’t always match I preferred the ARC mostly because there are two missing chapters in the final version Not a lot happened in the first one but without it the continuity was off and I did flip back through the pages of the book to try to work out what I’d missed before I realised the ARC version made the story flow smoothlyMy favourite difference between the ARC and the final version is totally irrelevant to the story itself but talked about food which always holds my attention In the ARC Mr Garcia gives Addie “lessons on making something like gumbo or étouffée” In the final version it’s his “signature enchiladas”I had a few irks and uestion marks while reading and think I may have tripped over some plot holes but there was nothing that made me want to stop readingEarly on we’re told multiple times that Maya’s mother is the chief of police and her father is a homicide detective I got it the first time The descriptions of Addison’s saliva were also repetitive and included “Addison’s saliva tasted sour” “Her saliva soured” “her saliva going sour” “saliva that tasted like hot metal” and “her saliva tasting bitter”Addison’s phone pinged twice and another character mentions how insistent the person sending the message is When Addison checks her phone there’s one message not twoview spoilerWhen her blog was hijacked I screamed at Addie to take some screen shots so she had some evidence but alas she didn’t hear meMaya is hit by a car and taken to hospital by ambulance Addie is driven home at the same time Addie walks in the door slumps to the floor and calls Maya Maya’s mother tells Addie that she’s taking her daughter home now She was hit by a car Either Barry Allen works at the hospital or she’s a meta so heals rapidly yes I’m currently bingeing The Flash Why do you ask? or something is wrong with this picture After knowing that Maya has been taken home Addie has a thought bubble “ You’re the reason Maya is lying in a hospital bed somewhere” Then Maya’s parents are at work together maybe an hour later while their daughter who’s been hit by a car is either home alone or in the hospital Perhaps this is a job for Schrödinger? hide spoiler