A Book Every Girl Should Read

Book: How She Died How I Lived | Author: Mary Crockett | Genre: YA, Fiction, Suspense, Thriller | Rating: 5/5

WOW. So this book deserves a more serious review. First of all Mary Crockett didn’t even plan on writing this until she read about a murder of a young girl and the devastation that it left behind.

So she decided to write this piece of art. This book shows so much awareness to the ripples that take place in the lives of people after a murder. The Narrator speaks on how she has struggled with being the girl who lived, the girl who didn’t take the bait that the murderer sent out too many girls. Ending with only one girl responding, resulting in her brutal death. The Author shines a light on the stigmas that follow someone’s death and how the media and court portrays the girl. This book opened me up to all of the frayed sayings that are often mentioned when someone is killed. As if certain situations and characteristics is what makes the situation so sad, not the person alone who was murdered. This book shows the waves that grief comes in and the importance of having someone to speak to and not lock yourself away in pain. AMAZING BOOK. EYE OPENING BOOK. A MUST READ. Every teenage girl should read this book! If you have a daughter give her this book. The awareness is REAL.

ALSO,,,, did you notice how I never gave the main characters name away? Yeah neither did the author and I didn’t realize it till I was here writing this post trying to remember her name seconds after I just finished the book. Let me tell you,,, that messed with my head thinking I had already forgotten such an important piece of the book. She is really only ever referred to as the Narrator or the teenage girl.

ALSO ALSO, I finished this book in less than 24hrs and I have a 6 month old baby, so you figure out that math!

xoxo, your exhausted and slobber covered blogger


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Let’s get a few things straight. No beating around anyone’s bush –> straight to the factttsss. This blog will only consist of posts that I will immediately regret after posting due to the fact that I have no business having any type of opinion on absolutely anything.. Also if you are hoping to read some genius interpretation of some of the finest literature please do both of us a favor and just block me, or whatever you do on WordPress to completely erase the risk of you reading my trash reviews that will make you instantly hate me and want to tell me why.

Also if you haven’t noticed…. I am not a writer, and I usually never reread anything. (Or am I just that bad at English that I can’t form a correct sentence?) So if bad punctuation and incorrect use of words drives you crazy please join the people who already hate me because I am a disgrace to book bloggers everywhere.

This is my little oasis where I can drink my wine, probably get a little too tipsy and post my reviews about the books that I am usually too embarrassed to openly say I am reading. (Why do I still love young teen love, gross)

Okay now if you are a visual person and want to know what kind of blog this is. Picture a trashcan on fire. No further explanation needed.

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