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We'll Never Be Apart Murder Fire Revenge That’s all seventeen year old Alice Monroe thinks about Committed to a mental ward at Savage Isle Alice is haunted by memories of the fire that killed her boyfriend Jason A blaze her twin sister Cellie set But when Chase a mysterious charismatic patient agrees to help her seek vengeance Alice begins to rethink everything Writing out the story of her troubled past in a journal she must confront hidden truthsIs the one person she trusts only telling her half the story Nothing is as it seems in this edge of your seat psychological thriller from the debut author Emiko Jean


10 thoughts on “We'll Never Be Apart

  1. says:

    We'll Never Be Apart is a psychological thriller that relies heavily on the revealclimax that you can feel coming for the entire book I'm not usually a fan of mysterythrillers that don't deliver substance in the build and hang everything on the answers but with this book I think there's an even bigger problem it's just not that original or shockingI can predict that your enjoyment of this book


  2. says:

    Now that Was awesome “I’m coming for you Cellie Come hell or high water I’m going to find you And when I do I’m going to kill you” Yes I absolutely had to do that We’ll Never Be Apart is uite the debut novel From the very first words on the very first page it had me hooked and even after finishing it I’m not sure if it has uite let go of me yet I’m still thinking about what a mad


  3. says:

    This book left me kind of disappointed I guessed the twist in the first few pages and while I enjoyed reading the book I was disappointed that I had been right about the shock ending More than anything I wish that I was wrong; I wish that Emiko Jean didn't go with the obvious ending If there was a different ending I probably would have been impressed The writing was good It was a very addicting s


  4. says:

    wwwmelissa413readsalotblogsplotcomTHIS BOOK IS AWESOME I had a feeling where it was going and I was right but it's still so freaking good You have these twin sisters Alice Celia They live with their grandfather but wake up one day to find him dead They stayed in the house for a bit of time before they are found out and carted off to different foster homes In one of these homes they meet Jason All t


  5. says:

    35 Stars This must be some kind of cosmic joke Disbelief and utter despair run heavy and icy through my veins Cellie's really done it this time She's succeeded She's brought me down I'd clap for her if it wasn't so awful This is a story about Alice a pyromaniac charged with murder The story follows her time in a mental ward on Savage IslandIf I were to judge this book for it's simple prose it would


  6. says:

    I adore stories where the narrator is unreliable or where things aren't uite what they seem and in We'll Never Be Apart Jean manages to portray both elements of unreliability and the feeling that you know a twist is coming That things aren't uite right and at any moment they will turn for the worst Woven with sly hints and foreshadowing as the story progresses from Alice's point of view to her journa


  7. says:

    Actual rating 28 The problem with We'll never be apart is that this book promises a lot but in the end it takes that it gives From the annotation and first chapters it looked like a uality thriller YA with psychological twists and turns What happened in the barn that night? Why was Alice in the hospital the first time? Is it real? And so on But unfortunately in the end all these uestions didn't ma


  8. says:

    Woo hoo I got approved on Edelweiss I'm going to start it soon Thank you to Edelweiss and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing for allowing me to read and review We'll Never Be Apart by Emiko Jean I absolutely loved this book Initially what drew me to the book was just the plot summary There's an unreliable narrator set in a mental ward? Fire revenge and murder? I'm in Then when I saw it on Edelweiss s


  9. says:

    ‘So where does a story that ends in fire and death begin? It begins in the snow on the coldest day of the coldest winter of the last fifty years with two girls on their sixth birthday in silent house It begins with a body’ Alice and Celia are twins who have had an arduous life but fortunately they’ve had each other to get through it After their grandfather died when they were six they’ve bounce


  10. says:

    A very paint by numbers YA psychological thrillerRecommended for those who are new to this type of novel If this is a genre you dabble in freuently it brings nothing new to the table and will likely not impress youa uick note this novel contains triggering material and includes a scene with animal crueltyI have no real complaints for the writing as a first novel I think it was good in regards to style an


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