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review The Letting Go Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ç Everyone Emily has ever loved has been brutally murdered The killer has never been caught but Emily knows who’s responsible She isIt’s the only possible explanation Emily is the one thing all the victims have in common which can only mean that someone—or something—is killing them toEveryone Emily has ever loved has been brutally murdered The killer has never been caught but Emily knows who’s responsible She isIt’s the only possible explanation Emily is the one thing all the victims have in common which can only mean that someone or something is killing them to make her sufferD. The end would be as easy as letting go In spite of gloomy and tragic circumstances of the story the author managed to trick my mood and emotions with a smart narration style It's not abstruse but still made me ponder over the same sentence again and again The language is catchy and involving The book is easy to read but it still keeps me company and makes me feel passionate about it every day and I liked the characters very much They appeared to be loving and of a big heart loyal and selfless They teach you by their example to be forgiving and tolerate to sympathize and support even in the darkest times They show what it means to love someone unconditionallyDeborah Markus skillfully tangled Emily Dickinson's life and oeuvre into the story providing the heroine with an anchor to hold to while her life's never been ordinary and not without loss So even the avid fan of the poetess will be intrigued and carried away with little known facts of her life So yes for those of you who want to find a pleasant surprise on the pages of the book have a nice time and simply enjoy the moment of reading pay attention to this story I believe it's exactly what we need from time to timeI want to say thank you Skyhorse Publishing for the ARC of this book I truly enjoyed every page

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Etermined never to subject another person to the same horrible fate as her parents friends and pets Emily seuesters herself at a private boarding school keeping her classmates at a distance with well timed insults and an unapproachable air Day after day she loses herself in the writing of Emily Dickinso. The Letting Go is a campus novel Our protagonist Emily has an obsession with Emily Dickinson – who history has recorded as having an obsession with death – much like our protagonist Emily ConfusedI really thought I would enjoy The Letting Go Yes I bought it on the strength of the book cover – an act that has burned me many times before However the story is told in a really disorienting choppy way that made me feel like I couldn’t keep up with what was going on When the main dramatic moments happened I was so lost and confused that I honestly thought I hav accidentally read aheadFor a story which seemed to have a lot of potentialbased on the coverit had a really disappointing executionThe Letting Go by Deborah Markus is available now

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The Letting GoN the poet makes a perfect friend since she’s already dead Emily’s life is lonely but it’s finally peaceful That is until two things happen A corpse appears on the steps of the school And a new girl insists on getting close to Emily unknowingly setting herself up to become the killer’s next vict. The writing style was meh and none of the characters really blow me away This book was a real struggle for me to get through because I was really bored The second half of the book was better but it wasn't enough to keep me interested Emily was a boring protagonist and her obsession with Emily Dickinson got annoying after a while but what disappointed me the most was the fact that there was no mystery in the book until the very end The plot twist felt random and had no buildup The best part about the book was Emily's relationship with M In fact M was the best part of the novel Everything else was meh and boring