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Put this one on your TBR stack and then come to me so we can discuss! Me: I want to buy a physical copy of this book so I can set it on fire. The whole premise is SO misleading: you expect this breathtaking thriller about a girl raised by a couple of serial killers and gets rescued by the police later on only to end up being part of some secret experiment which will change her life forever Yup, this is it. The female lead is an overconfident, bitchy, prima donna.
The male lead her childhood bully is a dumb idiot who thinks she shits rainbows and has the charisma of a potato. In conclusion Daniel and Abigail Banning are a husband and wife team of serial killers. They take it upon themselves to abduct and raise a child named Trina, and they spare her no detail of their daily practices. The Bannings are finally arrested and Trina is placed back with her biological family. Flash forward and Trina is twenty six years old and has changed her name to Charlotte Rowe. Not only does she have a troubled past, she has a demented stalker too.
Like every great thriller, the short chapters keep the pace moving perfectly and the writing seams effortless! The plot is complex with a perfect blend of thriller, suspense, and science fiction. Being that she was raised by two psychopaths, her constant battle with good and evil is interesting and adds an element of psychology that I really enjoy. This is not a short book but it turned out to be an easy, quick read. I am already obsessed with The Burning Girl series and cannot wait for the next installment!
I was not expecting to love this book as much as I do!! View 2 comments. There's more than one way to stoke the fires of revenge. Charlotte Rowe spent the first seven years of her life in the hands of the only parents she knew. A pair of serial killers. After her rescue her father sold her story to make money with a horror movie franchise.
As an adult Charlotte has gone to extensive lengths to keep herself safe. This book weaves a tale that turns the table on the female victim trope. The theme of control and manipulation of "Burning Girl" are handled well. But there i There's more than one way to stoke the fires of revenge.
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But there is no denying this will become an engaging series I read a review that said this book had a mundane plot. Mundane is not how I would describe it. Riveting, unexpected, interesting,intense complex page turner. Master storytelling by author Christopher Rice. Of course, parts of it are unrealistic. Do you think everything on TV is real. I definitely enjoyed it Mar 26, Bill Kupersmith rated it did not like it Shelves: dnf. I like kick-ass chicks but not chemically enhanced..
The flat present tense prose is terribly monotonous too. View all 3 comments. Mar 07, Gabby rated it really liked it Shelves: arc-or-won-or-received , favorites , liked-it , own , thrillers-or-mystery , read-in , young-adult , 4-star-books. This is an intense, fast-paced thriller that I really enjoyed!
It follows this girl named Charolette Rowe, who gets kidnapped as a baby. These serial killers murder her mother, and then they can't bring themselves to kill her too, so they raise her as one of their own. She is raised by these two serial killers until she is seven years old; when they are finally caught and she is sent home to her real father. Her Father decides to sell her story to the media and she gets labeled as the "Burning G This is an intense, fast-paced thriller that I really enjoyed!
Her Father decides to sell her story to the media and she gets labeled as the "Burning Girl" and she is forced to change her name and distance herself from this past. This book has really great writing, and it's easy to read. I was hooked from the beginning and I found this book hard to put down.
There is a lot of graphic language and violence which I wasn't expecting from a young adult thriller. I thought Charloette as a main character was incredibly badass and independent and I rooted for her throughout this whole thing. And without getting into spoilers, this story went somehwere I wasn't expecting it to go, which is always really awesome! Overall, this is a fun fast-paced thriller and I'm definitely hooked on this series!
I can't wait to see where the next book goes!
The only reason why I knocked off a star is because some parts of the ending went a little over my head, but other than that I had a great time reading this! Thank you to Amazon Publishing for sending me this book in exchange for an honest review! Apr 11, Rissa rated it liked it Shelves: nook-as-of Bone music 3.
She had something horrible happen. Most times when people go through a tragedy they try to push that memory down so far thats it barely stingsthe surface. She wasnt that lucky. In fact she was entirely unlucky. And in my opinion, unloved. Her father wrote books about her disaster and put a twist on them to make them sell.
The he made it even more dark and monsterous. The books turned to movies as so many do and her hell kept growi Bone music 3. The books turned to movies as so many do and her hell kept growing no matter what she did she could never be free of her past. Not anymore. People believe what they read and see. They want a story.
A good story, a great story she just wants a bland normal life away from everyone and everything.
But her hell is to large and monsters creep out from all angles. Beginning and end was really good but the in between was slow and dragged out but still a good Intriguing book.
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May 10, Alaina rated it liked it Shelves: may-challenge , mystery , thriller , fiction , kindle-unlimited , sci-fi , horror. Bone Music was a pretty interesting audio book. I feel like I zoomed through half of the book yesterday and then the rest of it today. Well, that's because I did. I actually started the audio kind of late then I went to sleep yes I sleep people and started it as soon as I got to work.
It definitely made work more tolerable. Charlotte, also known as Charlie, was so freaking lovable. I instantly liked her character and thought she was a super bad ass. She also had super strength and shit when she Bone Music was a pretty interesting audio book. She also had super strength and shit when she felt that she was in danger. Of course this didn't just start the day she was born. No, it all started after she was given some mysterious pill.
The twists and turns were so good. I honestly didn't know who to trust besides Luke. I absolutely loved Luke. Bailey was helpful too but Luke was my man. Speaking of him I'm kind of mad that the entire time I was shipping these two that I only got a little teasing sentence about how they shared a kiss.. Such a tease! Overall, this book was interesting.
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I'm glad I got the audio instead of the physical or kindle book because I think I probably would've gotten bored during some of slower pacing parts. I have no idea what the next book will have in it but I can't wait to dive into it.
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Really enjoyed this one -- even more than I expected to. The description sounded interesting and, for once, the actual story delivered! Charley is a strong, likeable character that you quickly form an attachment to, and her circle of friends are just as interesting.
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While the actual premise of this book is a little out there, I enjoy that kind of book as long as it's well-written, and this one definitely is. I should say this is my first foray into Christopher Rice's work and this book reminded m Really enjoyed this one -- even more than I expected to. I should say this is my first foray into Christopher Rice's work and this book reminded me of old school Dean Koontz, back when his books were full of suspense and his stories weren't dragged out unnecessarily just to make money from another book.