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Dead Wrong by Clair M. Poulson
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I will give it 3 stars..though it probably deserves a 2.5. I really enjoyed the first half of this book, it kept me interested. However, the last 50 pages or so I just felt myself wishing it was over. There were 2 many things that happened that were not believable. Katelyns brother really didn't need to be in the story-there really was no point to that, nor was there a point to Norman Thatcher. You never found out what happened to him. I also didn't understand Nina's family...the author expounded on that to much. I like Clair Poulsen's books...they keep you hooked and wondering what's going to happen next, however this was definatly one of his weaker books.

Also, it ended way to fast---and was a bit to ridiculous. I wonder what happened to Cecila? or Norman Thatcher? or the couple from Logan that took care of her horse? She was all over the place (Idaho, Utah, Whyoming..) it was just not my favorite book from this author.
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message 1: by Annie (new)

Annie Agree. Especially about Celia and Kelvin. In addition to your list there was also no acknowledgement to the fate of the PI or Kaitlyn's mother. This could have been a much stronger book by paring down the character list, which would also eliminate some of the unrealistic points other reviewers have listed. This is the second of Poulson's books that I have listened to with this particular reader. I do not care for her at all. The book reader has now become a major consideration in which of his books I am willing to invest in.


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