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I Killed Zoe Spanos af Kit Frick
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I Killed Zoe Spanos (original 2020; udgave 2020)

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Titel:I Killed Zoe Spanos
Forfattere:Kit Frick (Forfatter)
Info:Margaret K. McElderry Books (2020), Edition: Reprint, 381 pages
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I Killed Zoe Spanos af Kit Frick (2020)

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Was this really the YA Rebecca? No, not really. But was it really good? Yes. Plenty of tension and suspense, tightly written, with damaged characters who wanted to redeem themselves, this book had all the mystery! There were so many different directions it could have gone that it really was unpredictable. I really enjoyed it! ( )
  ShannonHollinger | Feb 15, 2021 |
I imagine it was meant to be suspenseful and tense. I found it overdrawn, repetitive, and disjointed. ( )
  joyblue | Sep 10, 2020 |
Who killed Zoe Spanos? Angsty boyfriend Caden? Anna, who confessed but her story may not quite add up? Or did Zoe run away? After her disappearance on New Year’s Eve, Zoe leaves a shocked village in the Hamptons behind. Podcaster Marissa Green knows one thing: she still hasn’t discovered the truth yet, but she’s going to keep digging until she does.

Anna doesn’t know it, but she gets her great summer nannying job in the Hamptons because of her uncanny resemblance to Zoe. The child she’s nannying, Paisley, adored Zoe, so makes sure Anna gets hired. Anna just knows she’s determined to leave her hard-partying friends behind and turn over a new leaf.

But when Anna arrives in the Hamptons, places and people start to seem familiar, even though she’s never been there before. And her past history of getting blackout drunk makes her question whether it’s an overactive imagination or memories resurfacing. Somehow, her and Zoe’s lives are more intertwined than she ever dreamed.

This story had great twists and turns, and I kept changing my mind about what I thought happened. I never saw the ending coming!

This is a thriller you won’t want to put down! Plus, the first edition has blue-sprayed edges, which I adore!

Thank you to publicist Megan Beatie and McElderry Books for this gifted copy. ( )
  Asingrey | Aug 1, 2020 |
If you like creepy as in a Twin Peaks way, this is for you. Alternating between then and now, with podcasts by Zoe's younger sister's best friend that are her effort to solve the mystery of how and who killed Zoe, readers are presented with bits and pieces of seemingly random facts that come together nicely by the end, but not without some last minute surprises. ( )
  sennebec | Jul 16, 2020 |
I like adding a YA novel to my reading list every so often. Kit Frick's ("Writing complicated girls out of impossible situations since 2018") latest is I Killed Zoe Spanos.

Anna takes a summer job as a nanny for a wealthy family in the Hamptons. She's happy to take the position as she needs to get away from her life, her friends and her own excessive drugs and drinking use.

But trouble finds her anyway. The residents of Herron Mills are still on edge after the disappearance of local teen Zoe Spanos. Anna keeps getting told that she looks a lot like Zoe. And being a teen novel, you know what's going to happen next don't you? Uh huh - Anna decides to investigate on her own. She just feels a connection with Zoe. Now, this isn't a spoiler as it is in the publisher's description of the book - Anna ends up being charged for Zoe's death.

But! Also investigating is teen Martina who hosts the podcast Missing Zoe podcast. I'm finding podcasts in a lot of books now. It's like a new take on epistolary story telling. I quite like it. (And I'm a big podcast fan!)

Frick takes us down the garden path and back again - multiple times. There are so many ways the final aha could have been played out. But, there was no way at all to guess what was coming in the final pages. I loved the uncertainty and the unreliability of almost everyone's narrative. Twists and turns galore.

And being a YA novel, there's lots of angst, drama, mysterious estates, mysterious neighbours, undercurrents, and more - on top of the murder. Fans of Riverdale would most likely enjoy I Killed Zoe Spanos.

This one was just so much fun to listen to. I love listening to a book - I become much more immersed in the story. This audiobook was really different as it employed a large number of readers - the two main characters and a large number of supporting characters. I really enjoyed this - it makes it so much easier to differentiate who is speaking which I really liked. Some were new to me and others were familiar names. Those reading teen characters had voices that sounded 'younger' and were just right for the characters. All of the narrators spoke clearly and were easy to understand. The tone and tenor of the plot was well portrayed and communicated with inflection and movement in the reading. ( )
  Twink | Jul 14, 2020 |
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