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Bols and terrifying warnings begin to appear and management grows suspicious Spencer and Mallory know a homeless teenager makes an easy target and if they can't find the real culprit soon they could lose than just their safe haven. What You Hide was good and kept me on the edge of my seat But it wasn't exactly what I was expectingI loved Spencer and Mallory I just didn't really love the romance to be completely honest I kind of wish that happened and that it was suspenseful It was really easy to read and I flew through this book Overall four stars

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UnhingedA new pulse pounding romantic thriller from the author of We All Fall Down and Six Months Later Spencer volunteers at the library Sure it's community service but he likes his work Especially if it means getting to see MalloryMallo. Tl;dr What You Hide is a contemporary ya novel that has one interesting storyline one that's meh and one that doesn't work at all making it a bit of a muddle that never gels into a fully integrated read So What You Hide the goodMallory She's a high schooler living with her controlling stepfather and pregnant mother Mallory wants her mom to leave her stepfather who tracks every move she makes and pretty much won't let her mother see anyone do anything etc He's not physically abusive but it does seem like he might be headed that way Mallory leaves school to escape with her mother but her mother hesitates then refuses to go when her stepfather suddenly comes home and Mallory decides that she has to leave for her own safety She vows to return for her mother and divides her time between the local library in the wealthy part of town and a friend's home until she can't stay with her friend any longer and the library has to adjust its hours due to the plot that doesn't work at all Once that happens she finds herself homeless and Mallory has to wrestle with either staying homeless or entering the state system and hoping that her mother will sign emancipation papers so she can live on her own get a job and try to finish high schoolEvery option is terrible and Ms Richards doesn't shy away from this painting Mallory as a determined young woman who is doing the best she can in a increasingly desperate situation I loved that Mallory's mother did the best she thought she could and how devestated Mallory was by her choices parents don't always do what's best people don't always leave bad situations and it was such a brave choice to paint Mallory's life so honestly By the end of What You Hide I reallly wanted Mallory to be okay even as it became clear that regardless of her strength and determination she had a difficult path ahead of herThe meh Spencer He's a bright guy living a great life in the richest part of town but all the talk from his family about making college choices and planning his future leaves him cold He's supposed to be funny but telling someone that a character is supposed to be funny isn't a good way to make them actually be funny especially when Spencer's witticisms aren't even able to make you grin Spencer is really just a collection of traits smart but not doing well in school good looking the romantic interest He's also adopted but although that's sort of touched on it's treated as an afterthought Spencer exists primarily to provide help to Mallory and be her love interest that part of What You Hide is essentially instalove and doesn't work and is never as interesting as he thinks he is The bad There's a plotline involving a series of mysteriouscreepy things that happen at the library after a random death and this plotline doesn't work at all It's not mysterious it isn't even interesting and Ms Richards' attempts to tie all the storylines together doesn't work In What You Hide you have one fascinating story Mallory's diminished by how shoehorned it is into two far less interesting ones and overall it makes the novel just not uite work

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SUMMARY Unhinged 107 ☆ A new pulse pounding romantic thriller from the author of We All Fall Down and Six Months Later Spencer volunteers at the library Sure it's community service but he likes his work Especially if it means getting to see MalloryMallory spends a lot of time keeping her head down When you're sixteen and homeless nothing matters than being anonymous BuRy spends a lot of time keeping her head down When you're sixteen and homeless nothing matters than being anonymous But Spencer's charm makes her want to be noticedThen sinister things start happening at the library Mysterious sym. Dnf at page 62 This book would have been amazing and honestly what I have read of it was amazing For some reason though I'm getting bored of it and don't really feel like finishing it I actually kinda dread reading it though I know I'll like it if I just stick with it For the time being this is a dnf for me this just isn't the right time for me to read it but I definitely do plan on picking it back up again