Book: Dangerous Girls
Author: Abigail Haas
Genre: Young Adult Mystery | Thriller
Rating: ★★★★ (4.5)
I was in a reading slump for almost 2 months, but I’m so glad that I decided to read this book to get out of my slump. I absolutely enjoyed this book so much.
GO AND READ THIS BOOK, NOW.
This book follows a group of friends that went to Aruba to spend their Spring Break but a friend of them is killed, and they’re trying to figure out if Anna killed her best friend.
Sometimes I don’t like books that are told in “before and after” chapters, but I actually liked this book is told that way. With this book being told that way you will be capable tu understand things better, but you won’t be able to predict the ending (I couldn’t predict it). Throughout the story I had different theories of who the murderer was, but every theory was wrong because every single person in this story had a motive to commit that murder.
“Any one of us could be made to look a monster, with selective readings of our history.”
I enjoyed being curious and desperate to know what was going to be revealed at the end of the story. If this book has something good is that it’s full of mystery since beginning until the very end. Every character changed. You could read and feel how they were before the murder and how they were after it. The changes were really noticeable which I thought was a good thing for a standalone.
If you’re a desperate person like me, you’re going to read this book so quickly because you need to know the truth. Also, another thing that had me hooked was that you can see how the criminal justice system works and I have a degree on Criminology, and doing a master’s in Criminal Justice now so you can tell that I’m fascinated by crimes, and how the law works.
I don’t know what else to say to make you all read this. I swear you won’t regret picking up this book and start reading it. It’s beautifully written, and it has a little bit of everything. If you all go to Goodreads you’ll see that everyone loves this book, so I know you will too. If I keep talking I’m going to start writing spoilers. Trust me, it’s really hard to write a review for this book without saying a little spoiler.
If you’ve read this book, please share your thoughts in the comments, I would love to talk about it. I hope you all enjoyed this review.
Until next time, xoxo.