✓ I Know You Remember pdf ✪ Author Jennifer Donaldson – Ladybooks.us

I Know You RememberJennifer Donaldson Is Back With Another Twisted Thriller Perfect For Fans Of One Of Us Is Lying And Gone GirlZahra Gaines Is Missing After Three Long Years Away, Ruthie Hayden Arrives In Her Hometown Of Anchorage, Alaska To This Devastating News Zahra Was Ruthie S Best Friend The Only Person Who Ever Really Understood Her And She Vows To Do Whatever It Takes To Find HerZahra Vanished From A Party Just Days Before Ruthie S Return, But The People She Talks To, The She Realizes That The Zahra She Knew Disappeared Long Before That Fateful Night Gone Is The Whimsical, Artistic Girl Who Loved Books And Knew Ruthie S Every Secret In Her Place Is An Athlete, A Partier, A Girl With Secrets Of Her Own Darker Still Are The Rumors That Something Happened To Zahra While Ruthie Was Gone, Something That Changed Her ForeverAs Ruthie Desperately Tries To Piece Together The Truth, She Falls Deeper And Deeper Into Her Friend S New World, Circling Closer To A Dangerous Revelation About What Zahra Experienced In The Days Before Her Disappearance One That Might Be Better Off BuriedIn Her Stunning Follow Up To Lies You Never Told Me, Jennifer Donaldson Once Again Delivers A Propulsive Thriller With A Masterful Twist, Skillfully Creating A World Where Nothing Is Quite As It Seems

✓ I Know You Remember pdf ✪ Author Jennifer Donaldson – Ladybooks.us
  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • I Know You Remember
  • Jennifer Donaldson
  • English
  • 27 June 2018
  • 159514854X

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  1. says:

    When it comes to ya books, I usually go for contemporary or fantasy, but rarely do I chose mystery thriller.I Know You Remember was sent to me as pre approved Netgalley widget, and as soon as I read it s premise, I knew I had to give it a try.I am so thankful it appeared in my email because otherwise I wouldn t give it too much attention If I m being honest, when I first saw it, I thought it was a part of the series, when in reality, it is a standalone.Since I Know You Remember is a mystery thr When it comes to ya books, I usually go for contemporary or fantasy, but rarely do I chose mystery thriller.I Know You Remember was sent to me as pre approved Netgalley widget, and as soon as I read it s premise, I knew I had to give it a try.I am so thankful it appeared in my email because otherwise I wouldn t give it too much attention If I m being honest, when I first saw it, I thought it was a part of the series, when in reality, it is a standalone.Since I Know You Remember is a mystery thriller, I think it would be the best to know as little about it as possible, so I will try to keep my review short, because I don t want to ruin your reading experience.The story takes place in Alaska, and I really enjoyed that aspect I could really imagine myself there along with Ruthie, but I have to stress out that I know little about that country and can t say if the representation of the place people in it were accurate.This book also talks about race and how POC are treated differently, but without that in your face approach.I really liked that because it covers serious topic, gives you a message but is not aggressive.Ruthie was an interesting character, I enjoyed being in her head, and that is everything I ll tell you about her.The story is written in first person, mostly from Ruth s perspective.The writing style is easy going and I flew through this novel I finished in a day, which is very rare for me.As for the mystery, I ll just say that I have guessed one, minor mart of it, but all the other revelations surprised the life out of me As I already stated, I don t usually read ya thrillers, but this book showed me what I m missing out.Maybe avid ya thriller readers will not share the same opinion, but to me this book was top.I highly recommend it It s a perfect pick for the fall


  2. says:

    4 5 stars ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest reviewI Know You Remember by Jennifer Donaldson is an upcoming YA thriller hitting the shelves this October It follows Ruthie Hayden as she arrives in her hometown of Anchorage, Alaska, after three years only to discover that her closest friend Zahra has gone missing As Ruthie pieces together the truth of Zahra s disappearance she slowly comes to the realization that the Zahra she knew is no longer the same person she onc 4 5 stars ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest reviewI Know You Remember by Jennifer Donaldson is an upcoming YA thriller hitting the shelves this October It follows Ruthie Hayden as she arrives in her hometown of Anchorage, Alaska, after three years only to discover that her closest friend Zahra has gone missing As Ruthie pieces together the truth of Zahra s disappearance she slowly comes to the realization that the Zahra she knew is no longer the same person she once was, and the truth of what happened in the days leading up to her disappearance might be better off staying buried This book is said to be perfect for fans of One Of Us Is Lying and Sadie and I have to say I completely agree I truly believe this is one that can be enjoyed by those starting out in the genre, and those who ve been enjoying thriller s for a while The twist s in this were incredible, and while there were certain things that I was able to predict that didn t lessen my enjoyment any I ve since added Jennifer s other work Lies You Never Told Me to my TBR, and I look forward to seeing what else she comes up with in the future


  3. says:

    When she was 14, Ruthie s mother relocated them for a fresh start Following her mother s death, three years later, Ruthie was returning to Alaska, and to her best friend, Zahra However, upon her arrival, she learned that Zahra had disappeared, which prompted Ruthie to initiate her own search for her best friend, and she was not giving up until Zahra was found.Donaldson probed a few interesting ideas in this story, and wrapped them up nicely into a satisfying and suspenseful read She explore When she was 14, Ruthie s mother relocated them for a fresh start Following her mother s death, three years later, Ruthie was returning to Alaska, and to her best friend, Zahra However, upon her arrival, she learned that Zahra had disappeared, which prompted Ruthie to initiate her own search for her best friend, and she was not giving up until Zahra was found.Donaldson probed a few interesting ideas in this story, and wrapped them up nicely into a satisfying and suspenseful read She explored ideas pertaining to Christianity, fading friendships, reuniting with estranged parents, life with an addicted parent, poverty, and neglect, and I thought they were woven well into this tale, none of which, curtailed the tension, that was slowly building from the beginning of the story.Donaldson gently waded us into this story, and she slowly, laid out the pieces of this puzzle Ruthie s emotions and actions sort of matched that pace She started by playing along with the investigators, however, astime passed, she started takingandof this search into her own hands, until her emotions and actions were both veering into reckless territory I thought the pace built nicely, and peaked in such a way that accentuated the first big plot twist.Speaking of twists, I really thought I had this whole thing figured out I was wearing my super smug grin, and nodding along, when one detail was divulged, but then the story took a turn I was NOT expecting at all In hindsight, the clues were there, but I just didn t make that leap Following that reveal, I started backtracking, and another of my new suspicions was confirmed This really prompted me to look at things in a different light.I had a love hate thing going with the ending The decisions Donaldson made for some of the characters were quite interesting Some made me really happy, while others left me wanting If I see the word epilogue , I just have high expectations, and they were not met Despite that, I rather enjoyed this thriller, which had some great twists, and even left my jaw dropping ARC provided in exchange for an honest review BLOG INSTAGRAM TWITTER BLOGLOVIN FRIEND ME ON GOODREADS


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    I Know You Remember is a pretty messed up book In a good way though.The beginning starts with Ruthie living in Portland Her mom had just died in a hiking accident in front of her and Ruthie keeps replaying it in her head The way her mom s eyes looked as she fell After the funeral, Ruthie has to move back to Alaska to live with her dad, step mom, and step sister Ruthie s dad was an alcoholic and that s why her parents split up She has never met her step mom, also a recovering addict or her I Know You Remember is a pretty messed up book In a good way though.The beginning starts with Ruthie living in Portland Her mom had just died in a hiking accident in front of her and Ruthie keeps replaying it in her head The way her mom s eyes looked as she fell After the funeral, Ruthie has to move back to Alaska to live with her dad, step mom, and step sister Ruthie s dad was an alcoholic and that s why her parents split up She has never met her step mom, also a recovering addict or her step sister, Ingrid She also hasn t seen her father in the three years they ve been gone The one things that excited Ruthie about moving back is seeing her best friend, Zahra They only speak by text occasionally and Ruthie expects things to go back to the way they were when they both lived in the trailer park after her mom left her dad.When Ruthie arrives, she goes to Zahra s house, but her parents say she s not there Ruthie goes to her room and sees a totally different Zahra Her room is nothing like how it used to be No books, a bit dull, and there are lots of photos of people she doesn t know Zahra s parents say that she is likely with her boyfriend, Ben, and didn t come home the whole weekend Zahra s parents or sort of free spirits and they were really happy to see Ruthie again.After finishing AA, her father and step mom started going to Victory Evangelical fundamentalist church in Anchorage on Sundays Ruthie isn t religious, but she goes with them This place is scary The pastor basically screams about sin and how women need to obey their husbands and they should basically beat the sin out of their children There was a lot of scripture in the book I don t go to church and I m not religious Reading those passages where extremely weird for me I respect other people s beliefs, but it was obvious that this wasn t a normal pastor.Ruthie goes to school and meets some of Zahra s friends Tabitha seems to be her best friend and Ruthie tries to talk to her and fit in She also tries to figure out who Zahra is now and what s changed since she s been gone There was a fight Friday night at a party between Zahra and Ben Neither were seen after that until Ben came back from a weekend of hunting Zahra wasn t with him Police are called in and her friends and family pull together to make sure it gets press coverage They worry that since Zahra s black her father , she would just be another missing kid that s ignored Ruthie makes it a priority to follow clues to find her best friend She starts spending a lot of time with Tabitha who is almost always drunk, trying to block out all thoughts, and with Ben There was another girl from the trailer park, Bailey, who went missing a few years back and hadn t been found This makes people torn on what they think Some think Ben killed Zahra and others worry there is a serial killer kidnapping kids Tabitha worries that Zahra may have killed herself She had been suffering with depression and panic attacks that started around the time Ruthie left.Ingrid ended up being a really sweet character that I liked a lot She did everything she could to be close to Ruthie They ride to school together with Ruthie driving, but Ingrid is often left behind Ruthie takes off without telling anyone often She excuses it as searching for Zahra, but she really should think that others will freak out Everyone is on edge with Zahra missing.Ruthie flashes back often to things from the summer before she left She and Zahra were writing a fantasy book together Zahra was really her only friend Ruthie didn t connect to others well or show her feelings often There was this old abandoned playground that they made into their own place It was interesting going back in time through Ruthie s mind.I can t talk about anything else without giving away some of the mystery twists I did go back and forth on what I thought happened and who I thought was involved I was partially right and partially wrong which made me happy The book had a good pace and was hard to put down.I gave this book 4 stars Thank you to the publisher and Edelweiss for my copy for review.Warnings for addiction drugs and alcohol , talk of kidnapping and murder, abuse from parents, talk of suicide, talk of past addiction issues which include child neglect, homelessness, and prostitution, teenage drinking, extreme religious views and punishment, cheating and hooking up, and deaths including a parent It s a typical mystery thriller, so all the obvious things that you usually see in books with crimes.Have you read I Know You Remember Is it on your TBR Is this a type of book that you would normally read


  5. says:

    This book, man, this book At times it felt predictable, but then Donaldson took elements and twisted them in ways I did not expect This is the story of a teenage girl who loses her mother and moves back to live with her father only to find that her best friend has disappeared As she begins to search the list of suspects grows and the reliability of memory comes into question The narrative takes place against the backdrop of late fall Anchorage, Alaska, when the sun begins to leave the sky an This book, man, this book At times it felt predictable, but then Donaldson took elements and twisted them in ways I did not expect This is the story of a teenage girl who loses her mother and moves back to live with her father only to find that her best friend has disappeared As she begins to search the list of suspects grows and the reliability of memory comes into question The narrative takes place against the backdrop of late fall Anchorage, Alaska, when the sun begins to leave the sky and everyone starts to hunker down for a long, dark, Winter Donaldson also includes a surprisingly nuanced discussion of Christianity, examining itsconservative and progressive elements and how believers navigate what to the outside world may consider to be its many contradictions Overall I cannot wait to sell this to anyone looking for a fun, suspenseful, October read


  6. says:

    1 The main reason I read this book is because it takes place in Alaska.2 The second reason is because I loved Jennifer Donaldson s previous work Lies You Never Told Me.I m going to discuss the most important thing to me here Alaska before moving on to the actual story I m not sure if the author has visited Alaska, but there was a major geographical error when Ruth and Ben decide not to tell anyone that they re ditching town to drive four hours away to search for Zahra at an abandoned campgr 1 The main reason I read this book is because it takes place in Alaska.2 The second reason is because I loved Jennifer Donaldson s previous work Lies You Never Told Me.I m going to discuss the most important thing to me here Alaska before moving on to the actual story I m not sure if the author has visited Alaska, but there was a major geographical error when Ruth and Ben decide not to tell anyone that they re ditching town to drive four hours away to search for Zahra at an abandoned campground They never verify where they are going until a few pages later Girdwood Ruth says it takes over four hours to get to there from Anchorage That is false Depending on your location in Anchorage, it can take 45 55 minutes to arrive in Girdwood Lake Shosubenich is supposedly located in Girdwood It s not It s nowhere near Girdwood You don t even drive through Girdwood to reach the lake There isn t a way to reach the lake from Girdwood unless you drive to Anchorage, up through Wasilla, and then east Lake Shosubenich is about 3.25 hours away from Anchorage So I guess Ruth and Ben decided to drive to Girdwood just to backtrack and drive to Lake Shosubenich which would verify their over four hour drive, but in reality it s absurd I knew what happened to Zahra from the beginning and suspected the twist Nothing happened until 47% except Ruth getting to know Zahra s friends and everyone getting drunk There wasn t any mystery or suspense I was very disappointed in this read, and I wish the author had includeddetails on this beautiful state instead of adding in unnecessary scenes of underage drinking.Thanks Edelweiss for the ARC


  7. says:

    Hypnotizing Mind blowing, a book you won t want to stop reading After a tragic accident, Ruthie goes back to Alaska to live with her father and his new family When she arrives she finds out her best friend, Zahra is missing, and Ruthie knows she is the only that can find her This book started out a little slow, with Ruthie getting to know Zahra s friends and how her life has been since she moved three years ago But the pace quickly changes into a hunt to find her best friend before time run Hypnotizing Mind blowing, a book you won t want to stop reading After a tragic accident, Ruthie goes back to Alaska to live with her father and his new family When she arrives she finds out her best friend, Zahra is missing, and Ruthie knows she is the only that can find her This book started out a little slow, with Ruthie getting to know Zahra s friends and how her life has been since she moved three years ago But the pace quickly changes into a hunt to find her best friend before time runs out I loved this book, a thriller that I won t soon be forgetting with a twist at the end that I didn t see coming The story was well plotted, written admirably and it pleasantly surprised me with where the story went Thank you to NetGalley for providing an ARC for me to read


  8. says:

    Review to come I received an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.


  9. says:

    4.5 stars REVIEW TO COME


  10. says:

    the plot was promising but still, it s missed for me

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