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10 thoughts on “Bad Girls Don't Die

  1. says:

    What a coincidence that I read this ghost story during Mystery Thriller Week on Goodreads especially after having put it off for years But now I wish I hadn’t bothered with it to begin with And I know that if I hadn’t read this with a fr

  2. says:

    When I look at this book I think creepy I'm glad a goodread friend recommended it to me because I probably wouldn't have picked it up on my own because I'm a wuss when it comes to anything remotely deemed as scary This book is different because though it has that creepy feel to it I didn't feel overwhelmed by it Alender kept the balance just right for a reader like meAlexis is a spunky teenager who loves photography that is havin

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    kinda spoilishOh My Jeebus Only way to explain this book is UH MAZING I would give it 10 stars if I could I loved it Finished it in about 3 hours I could really relate to Alexis her dad gives her the same puppy dog be my friend look that my d

  4. says:

    Have you ever heard of those age old stories where a doll is a ghost Many times right That’s exactly what the

  5. says:

    Possession Dolls Haunted houses Vengeful spirits This was exactly the YA horror book I was looking forIn the beginning for whatever reason I had low hopes for this book But when I started reading it I was surprised how much I instantly liked it I've read a lot of books where I constantly check the page number I'm on and I'm like Ugh is the chapter over yet and I'm so bored But I also have read a lot of books that just suck me in so much

  6. says:

    Having read a book earlier this year by the author I knew that I wanted to try all her other work I had so much fun with the creepy ghost related paranormal vibes from her Famous Last Words that I knew I couldn't resist anot

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    Though it started off a little slow at the beginning I really enjoyed reading this book It had just enough spooky vibes to start out the Halloween season without getting fully into itAlexis and Kasey are considered weird by everyone around them Alexis is an outcast who doesn't seem to fit in with any friend group and Kas

  8. says:

    This book was creepy and I was all about it I've been in the mood to read something scary and have recently red The Amityville Horror and The Haunting of Hill House and neither of those ones creeped me out at all however this YA horror that's been sitting on my shelf for years did the trick Alexis' sister Kaycee has started acting strange she's become irritable violent and has started lying to her family When Alexis witnesses Ka

  9. says:

    this book is terrible AND i loved it so there world let's start with the obvious the title it's dumb like stupid dumb and the girl on the cover veiled mysteriously in a curtain making her look like a demented bride or elaborate victorian doily isn't doing the book any favors other than this when you see it you

  10. says:

    This book in short was kind of awful

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Bad Girls Don't Die

Alexis thought she led a typically dysfunctional high school existence Dysfunctional like her parents' marriage; her doll crazy twelve year old sister Kasey; and even her own anti social anti cheerleader attitude When a family fight results in some tearful sisterly bonding Alexis realizes that her life is creeping from dysfunction into danger Kas When I look at this book I think creepy I m glad a goodread friend recommended it to me because I probably wouldn t have picked it up on my own because I m a wuss when it comes to anything remotely deemed as scary This book is different because though it has that creepy feel to it I didn t feel overwhelmed by it Alender kept the balance just right for a reader like meAlexis is a spunky teenager who loves photography that is having some family issues Lately her younger sister Kasey has been acting weird and her mom and dad don t seem to be noticing anything It s not like they would because their Mom is putting all her efforts on getting promoted and her dad is off with his friends Alexis steps up like the older sister she is and tries to help Kasey but she starts doing things that border the crazy Along the way Alexis finds a new friend and a love interest she couldn t have seen coming all the while trying to figure out the mystery behind Kasey s odd behavior She ll find out that it s bigger than anything she could have imaginedI loved how this was set in modern day because we have Alexis who doesn t believe in the supernatural and tries her hardest to come up with another reasonable explanation of why Kasey isn t herself any It was interesting to see how Megan played a role here and how her story was interwoven with the main character s I would have liked to have seen of Carter and how his relationship with Alexis grows because they were definitely cute together A pet peeve I have is seeing obvious typos in books I m not sure if it was because I had an e copy but I saw some pretty obvious ones and that is always annoying when you see it Despite that I thought the story was great and kept me pushing on to read and because I just had to know what happened The title oddly fits and it s not the reason you would suspect I will be reading it s seuel From Bad to CursedExtra sidenote This is the first e book I ve read and I gotta say I liked the convenience but I really missed the feel of a book in my hands I wasn t able to thumb through pages and look back at things which I know you can do on the e readers but I don t remember where anything is And no smell of the pages and seeing the book s cover calling to me I missed all of that It didn t effect my enjoyment that much and I will continue to use the e reader from time to time but I will always prefer a hard copy of a book any day

review Bad Girls Don't Die

Ey is acting stranger than ever her blue eyes go green sometimes; she uses old fashioned language; and she even loses track of chunks of time claiming to know nothing about her strange behavior Their old house is changing too Doors open and close by themselves; water boils on the unlit stove; and an unplugged air conditioner turns the house cold Possession Dolls Haunted houses Vengeful spirits This was exactly the YA horror book I was looking forIn the beginning for whatever reason I had low hopes for this book But when I started reading it I was surprised how much I instantly liked it I ve read a lot of books where I constantly check the page number I m on and I m like Ugh is the chapter over yet and I m so bored But I also have read a lot of books that just suck me in so much that after a while when I check what page I m on I m like Wow I ve read that far already This book falls in that categoryAlexis is considered the school outcast and she has pink hair And I love her She was so damn relatable and I just loved her voice I can t really say anything bad about her to be honest because she never annoyed meAnd then we have Kasey Alexis s little sister Dear God this girl scared the crap out of me She s thirteen but she acts seven and she collects a lot of dolls and talks to them One doll in particular she found in her house with glowing green eyes Let s just say this doll is the only one who talks back to Kasey and does a lot than thatThere was also Megan Wiley the cheerleader who surprisingly has a big part in this book I liked her because she wasn t the stereotypical bitchy cheerleader and I liked the part she played in the story You ll find out some shocking things about her pastAlong the way we get to find out the history of the vengeful spirit in Alexis s house and I loved reading all of the background stories One chapter in particular near the end was my absolute favorite view spoilerThe one where we see what happened with Shara and Megan from her POV hide spoiler

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Enough to see their breath inAlexis wants to think that it's all in her head but soon what she liked to think of as silly parlor tricks are becoming life threatening to her her family and to her budding relationship with the class president Alexis knows she's the only person who can stop Kasey but what if that green eyed girl isn't even Kasey any Though it started off a little slow at the beginning I really enjoyed reading this book It had just enough spooky vibes to start out the Halloween season without getting fully into itAlexis and Kasey are considered weird by everyone around them Alexis is an outcast who doesn t seem to fit in with any friend group and Kasey is obsessed with dolls shy and very childlike for her age Alexis notices strange things happening in there creepy old house such as doors opening and closing on there own and other strange things Along with the house Kasey is starting to act really strange to and one day her once blue eyes turn to green and Alexis knows there s something not uite right with her sisterThis book is a really good teen ghost story It s scary enough for readers new to ghost stories but not scary enough for readers experienced with them Though it is still enjoyable for all in my opinion It had amazing very likable characters and some I was actually surprised that I ended up liking by the end of it It was a very easy read and the perfect mix of slow and fast paced I do wish it had a bit depth to it but since this is the first book in a trilogy I m hoping the other two will give depth to the story Overall a really good read that I m so glad I picked up Sadly I don t ever see me reading this book again I just feel like it s one of those reads I can only experience once So it gets a very solid 4 stars

  • Hardcover
  • 346
  • Bad Girls Don't Die
  • Katie Alender
  • English
  • 13 October 2018
  • 9781423108764

About the Author: Katie Alender

Katie Alender rhymes with “calendar” grew up in South Florida She is the third of four children three girls and a boy and the child of three very loving and encouraging parentsShe attended high school at the Palm Beach County School of the Arts studying Communication Arts From there she went on to the Florida State University Film School which led her to her current hometown a tiny ham