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I read What She Knew by this talented author. I am torn by this dichotomy that has been presented. I found this book compelling. But I want my books to aim higher. After the 'scandal' Zoe's parents split up because dad just couldn't live in the same area with his friends judging him for having such a horrible daughter.
Zoe was convicted in their deaths and spent eighteen months in jail. Well it's certainly a high three stars. Meet Zoe, she was bullied back at her expensive private school. Until the night of Zoe and Lucas's piano recital. The structure of the book added to the swift pacing where different points of view were told at two different times - both before and after a murder.
A first and second life. However, the past may serve you well-- to handle the next chapter of your life. There's no real happiness here, it had the equivalent effect of a film scene opening with darkened skies, pouring rain, shadows, and a creaking old timber house with broken windows. Now she is back trying to resurrect the career that stalled and appeared over with her conviction and time spent in The Unit. Chris was innocent of murder. This story is a gripping psychological thriller with a very intricate timeline, with only a few pages to each chapter.
Every single character, except the baby, was hard to like on some level, as each of them were dishonest, manipulative, and secretive. Sam's last chapter was haunting. But - One: the title. Everything else fades away when she is performing. They live in a new community now and no one knows about Zoe's past. Emotions are clearly worn on sleeves and in the heady aftermath of the downfall of the Second Chance Family in the Second Chance Life granted to her, Zoe's on-point narrative also reveals her estrangement from her natural father, Philip.
She and her new step brother Lucas have a concert tonight. Sam, like many of the professionals who came into contact with Zoe during the course of her prior life is profoundly sympathetic, and his impartial observer commentary reveals his sadness at just how Zoe's future has been compromised, neither deserved or in the least bit reflective of her behaviour in general. On that dramatic Sunday night, they kept casually separating and reuniting in different areas of the home. That i The Perfect Girl was a perfect psychological thriller and it was perfect for this time of year. Her mother rises from her seat. The story begins on a Sunday night, as Zoe, after causing the death of three teenagers and serving time for it, is about to make her musical comeback with her step-brother Lucas.
Leaving the farm for a private school. There's no real happiness here, it had the equivalent effect of a film scene opening with darkened skies, pouring rain, shadows, and a creaking old timber house with broken windows. This book felt much more like a young adult novel, though it is not categorized that way. Maria has remarried a man named Chris who also has a seventeen year old son who plays piano.
To Zoe, piano playing is never considered as a gift, but rather something that she works hard at, practising for hours. This is a tragic story which should be compulsory reading for all parents nowadays and it is both a poignant and deeply thought provoking read. Not hearing from step-father Chris but merely observing his brooding menace as he struts around his perfect home emphasises the threat that he poses over the fragile calm that holds court in Zoe and Maria's Second Life. This novel stands well and truly elevated all by itself, without having to rely on other successful pieces to keep it up. At the end of a concert, her mother will be found dead, and Zoe's new life will unravel.
Bullied and with her self-esteem cripplingly low, she is attracted to the fringes of the hangers-on that ache to be cool and fit in amongst the Popular Girls. I read What She Knew by this talented author. This was another fun Traveling Sisters read with Brenda, Kaceey, Berit, Jennifer, Marialyce, and Susanne. . This is a tragic story which should be compulsory reading for all parents nowadays and it is both a poignant and deeply thought provoking read. In her other life, Zoe was convicted of having caused the death of their teenagers.