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Unhinged Free download á 9 Ö A new pulse pounding romantic thriller from the author of We All Fall Down and Six Months Later Spencer volunteers at the library Sure it's community service but he likes his work Especially if it means getting to see MalloryMallory spends a lot of time keeping her head down When you're sixteen and homeless nothing matters thRy spends a lot of time keeping her head down When you're sixteen and homeless nothing matters than being anonymous But Spencer's charm makes her want to be noticedThen sinister things start happening at the library Mysterious sym. The resolution wasn't uite as satisfying as I hoped but I really liked the two main characters the problems they faced and their developing relationship I was less interested in the library mystery which seemed kind of peripheral to the plot Overall I recommend this just go in expecting of a YA contemporary than a thriller Read of my reviews on JenRylandcom Check out my Bookstagram Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube get the lowdown on current books in 10 30 seconds Thanks to the publisher for providing an advance copy for review

Natalie D. Richards ¹ 9 Summary

Bols and terrifying warnings begin to appear and management grows suspicious Spencer and Mallory know a homeless teenager makes an easy target and if they can't find the real culprit soon they could lose than just their safe haven. I breezed through this book really uickly This was a new to me author I will be reading of hers in the future I was happy with how everything turned out not really a thriller per se but it was still a good fast read

Summary × E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Natalie D. Richards

UnhingedA new pulse pounding romantic thriller from the author of We All Fall Down and Six Months Later Spencer volunteers at the library Sure it's community service but he likes his work Especially if it means getting to see MalloryMallo. Content warnings include addiction adoption family violence and homelessnessWhen I read the blurb for this book I was drawn by the idea of someone fulfilling one of my dreams living in a library Imagine all of the uninterrupted reading time at night when everyone else goes home and you’re surrounded by shelves and shelves of books and the smell of books and the ambience of a library Ah heavenNow imagine the creepy factor of a dead body found in the library and subseuent mysterious footprints noises in the middle of the night and messages written on the walls Sounds like the making of a fun horror book huhHad the blurb I read even whispered the word ‘romantic’ I would have run a mile and so I was suitably horrified when I discovered an extended blurb on Goodreads cheerfully telling me I was reading a ‘romantic thriller’ Had this been a library book I would have stopped reading immediately but as I’d promised to review this book I grimaced and turned the pageGiven my romantiphobe tendencies I probably should have hated this book but I didn’t It was never going to be something I would love and gush over and I wish I’d known that before I started reading but in between the budding romance and the frustration with some of the characters there were some sections that I enjoyed and found relatableMallory’s home situation made me want to reach through the pages and strangle someone Her once vibrant mother is now essentially a puppet on a string for controlling emotionally abusive insert swear word of your choice here Charlie I found the conversations between Mallory and her mother infuriatingly accurate given the circumstances and their personalities I had hoped for a fairytale ending to that situation but unfortunately real life doesn’t guarantee those so it was probably too much to hope forThe idea that someone who’s recently homeless and simultaneously trying to find food shelter and any semblance of safety has time to agonise over a crush on a boy or to go indoor rock climbing with said boy just didn’t seem feasible to me I’m fairly certain Maslow would agree He reaches for me slowly and I’m powerless Hypnotized by the graze of his fingers against the side of my thumb Spencer while suitably adorable spent his time wanting from his life than living in a mansion with the loving family who adopted him and feeling guilty for wanting especially considering Mallory has “real” problems I have trouble mustering up sympathy for a rich kid with supportive parents who’s scared of telling them that what is expected of him isn’t what he wants and any sympathy I had for him faded when he view spoilertook out his frustration by starting a fight with some jerk at ice hockey practice hide spoiler