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Il potere della lista

3.59  ·  Rating details ·  4,213 ratings  ·  676 reviews
Da trentanni, ogni anno, gli studenti della Vienna High aspettano un evento con grande trepidazione: la pubblicazione della Lista, la classifica delle ragazze più belle e popolari della scuola. Tra le dieci elette, questa volta compare anche il nome di Kenzie Summerall e lei stessa è la prima a stupirsi. Kenzie è tutto il contrario della ragazza cool: non viene invitata ...more
Kindle Edition, 349 pages
Published November 12th 2015 by Fabbri Editori (first published October 14th 2014)
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Mar 23, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Cillian by: A dinner plate
3.5 stars.

I lost an eyeball to excessive eye rolling; I better stop before I lose the other one which, given my current predicament, it's my most valued possession.

I really enjoyed this book, it was a fun, fast read, but beware: suspension of disbelief is a major requirement to enjoy it.
If only I'd known that before I lost my eyeball.

As smart and level-headed as Kenzie was, she was also monumentally stupid. As hot-tempered and vocal as she was, she was also pretty passive.
Infuriatingly passive.
1.5 star

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I thought I had topped my levels of sheer absurdity with Dear Killer, but, as it turns out, They All Fall Down was more than willing to put up a really great fight, and thus, ended up taking the cake for the most preposterous, ridiculous, inane, insipid and laughably vacuous book I've read in quite some time.

The entire premise of this book is insanely misogynistic, and in spite of the author's best efforts to change that by adding a twist to the purpose of the list towards the end,
Anatea Oroz
This review is also posted on my blog, Anatea's Bookshelf.

I was a little afraid to pick this one up as the description says "Pretty Little Liars meets Final Destination". I'm glad I didn't think this book had much in common with PLL because after Get Even by Gretchen McNeil, I don't think I'd be able to handle it. I liked that it had a Final Destination feel, but for me, it was more like a mix between The List by Siobhan Vivian and R.L. Stine's Fear Street books. But nonetheless, it was a
Aj the Ravenous Reader

They All Fall Down is a psycho-thriller that is a little juvenile, a bit dark and a bit comic although I wish the comic element was more. Nonetheless, it was quite entertaining. Im glad I didnt expect more because the cover alone already foreshadows the storys out-turn. That way, I was able to enjoy reading the book.

At the surface, the plot is supposedly about Mackenzie making it to the list of the top ten hottest girls in school. But to make it fair to Kenzie, she thinks the list is stupid too
Lia (booksnpenguins)
I'm a huge PLL fan (or so I was until things started to get too out of hand lol) and when I first read the premise to this book, I couldn't wait to dive into it and spend a few hours bathing in thrilling climax, eating ice-cream and solving mysteries.
*kicks chair*
I tried so much to like this book, I swear. But I just couldn't. A bit boring, predictable, eye-rolling and messy, it left me with a stranger frustration and insatisfaction that rarely accompany me after I finish a thriller/mystery
Melanie (TBR and Beyond)
I don't want to fear life -- I want to live it.

I have to say this was a cover buy for me. I still think the cover is awesomely cheesy. I like tacky, what can I say/

I feel torn on this book. On the one hand, the book was stupid fun and mildly entertaining. On the other hand, most of the characters were idiots and the protagonist was extremely frustrating. This is a book when you must set aside your brain for awhile. I don't always feel like sitting down and analyzing a book to death.
alana ♡
Jul 31, 2019 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: thriller, mystery
I dont want to fear lifeI want to live it.
Rating: 1.5/5 stars

We'll keep this one on the short side so we can all continue to merrily go about our Sunday. To put it plain and's a no from me. Ultimately, what hooked me on this story was that it was pitched as Pretty Little Liars meets Final Destination and once upon a time I was a sucker for both of those. So, when a good ol' deal from Book Outlet was happening and I was able to get this book for a couple bucks I figured I might as
Stephanie Ward
'They All Fall Down' is a gripping and fast-paced young adult thriller that will have the reader on the edge of their seat and guessing until the very end. The book tells the story of Kenzie Summerall, our geeky Latin-speaking heroine - and how her life is irrevocably changed by a simple list of ten names. The list is composed of the ten hottest girls at Vienna High, as voted by the guys at the school. When Kenzie finds out that she not only made the list, but was voted in at fifth place, she's ...more
Jan 24, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Read as digital ARC.

They All Fall Down is like The List and Death Bell, the Korean horror film, combined--aka exactly what the doctor ordered. Couldn't put it down.
May 12, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
There's a curse.
There's a killer.
There's a very bizarre coincidence.

They All Fall Down is quite a page turner! This is a thriller with ominous, fatalistic undertones that also explores themes of death, loss, fear, objectifying women, popularity and high school social structures, and it does it in a clever, not too obvious way. A fun, intense read that is also surprisingly unnerving at times and it keeps you guessing until the very end.

Kenzie's junior year promises to be the greatest one yet.
Sajda (Across the Words)
Book review from my blog:

As soon as I read the blurb of this book and saw that it is likened to Pretty Little Liars, I knew that I must get my hands on it! If you're a massive Pretty Little Liars fan and are suffering from the show's long hiatus (#thestruggleisreal), you should definitely pick up this book because it is a fantastic psychological thriller and a perfect October/Halloween read.

They All Fall Down follows the story of Kenzie Summerall, a
Oct 05, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
They All Fall Down contains tension and scary moments in spades. The jacket copy compares this book to the film Final Destination and y'all, I am totally going to have to agree. If you like the sort of book or movie where characters get knocked off one by one then I am almost 100% positive you will love reading They All Fall Down, so fans of Ten by Gretchen McNeil, take note this is the book for you.
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Mar 15, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
**4.5 Stars

They All Fall Down was one of my most anticipated reads of the fall and Im happy to say that it didnt disappoint. It was just as thrilling and haunting as I was expecting.

Kenzie Summerall is just an average high school girl, until The List, which consists of the schools ten hottest girls, comes out and then everything in her life changes. All of the sudden shes popular and everyone wants to be her friend, which isnt too horrible. But then weird things starts to happen and suddenly
Jun 18, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: wishlist
Love love this book! I couldn't put it down, it was amazing! I loved the twist at the end. It was kind of like another book I read, where they had a pretty list, but this book was totally different! It combined all my favorite genres! A must read!
[]...Pretty Little Liars meets Final Destination in this YA psychological thriller...

Come at me, bro. ;)
Natalie Walton
Jun 25, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ya, mystery, 2017
This book was equally as over the top as it was entertaining. It's been awhile since I've picked up a teen fiction book and it was admittedly kind of fun to fall back into the rhythm of high school drama, house parties and popularity.

Fun is probably the best word that I can come up with for this book. It's fast paced and a little ridiculous and not the best book I've ever picked up, but I still enjoyed myself. I don't know if I'd directly recommend it to anyone, but if you don't mind some
Lily ☁️

The awkward writingincluding, but not limited to, an abundance of exclamation marks, and a weird combination of adverbs and adjectivesand the bad grammar made this a highly unpleasant (and short) reading experience.

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nova ryder ☼
Well that didnt last long. Reeked of insta-love and a love triangle. ...more
Minjae Kim
Sep 02, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I liked the cover. I had gotten the book today and read it during school. It was a good read.
Jan 31, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I'm not even sure what this book is. It's crack. It's mental. It's awful. It's beautiful.

How I imagine the author after she finished writing:

So there's this high school. And every year, ten girls make "the hottie list." This year, our beloved MC, Kenzie, made number five. She's not sure why. She's not even that hot, you guys!

For some reason all the girls on the list are mysteriously dying in tragic accidents. The remaining girls are convinced it's a curse. A previous listie, now the school
Nov 23, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Would you feel proud of yourself if you went from average girl to number five on the list of the hottest girls at school? Kenzie Summerhall is surprised to say the least, but that doesn't prevent her from taking advantage of the perks of being considered a hottie: new friends, nice guys, cool parties.

What makes this book entertaining is that things are not as simple as they seem to be and as some girls from the list die because of freak accidents Kenzie wonders whether it is worth it at
Elle's Book Blog
:: 4 Pretty Little Stars ::

I first picked up this book because of the cover. I mean it screamed READ ME. And also, the blurb pulled me in too. After all, I am a huge fan of Pretty Little Liars and Scream Queens. So, did this book accomplish what I had hoped? Overall, yes it did. I found it to be not only enjoyable but creepy and fun as well. However, I wish the book STAYED creepy. I wasnt really a fan of the ending or what was really killing off these girls. I cant go into details because if I
I should have guessed that this book was going to be ridiculously weird because of the cover. It was simply pointless. There was too much craziness caused by "the list" for me to possibly take.

One of the most infuriating part of the book was the characters. My guess is I wasn't into the misunderstood bad boy thing. Yes, I had a problem with Levi character. Or maybe I have read too many books about supposedly bad boys who actually have a heart of gold. blah blah blah... I just couldn't take it
Vanessa J.
Apr 26, 2015 marked it as thank-you-but-no-thank-you  ·  review of another edition
You know when you have a new book in your thank-you-but-no-thank-you shelf when a synopsis like this appears:

Kenzie Summerall can't imagine how she's been voted onto a list of the hottest girls in school, but when she lands at number five, her average life becomes dazzling. Doors open to the best parties, new friends surround her, the cutest jock in school is after her.

This is the power of the list. If you're on it, your life changes.

Stupidity all over the way. I don't care if the rest of the
Jul 29, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-in-2018
3.7/5 ~ Much credit to this book that got me out of my reading slump, thank you!! Sometimes all you need to do is read a teen horror/mystery that surprisingly turns into a page turner and an exciting adventure😉
Sep 10, 2019 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Non semper ea sunt quae videntur
Things are seldom what they seem

Last year and earlier this year I binged on horror movies and a majority of them were pretty awful but awful thats so good they were great.

I watched a movie about a killer turkey, you guys. A killer goddamn turkey. And it was absolutely fantastic because it made no kind of sense.

This book reads like a teen horror movie and actually boasts that its Pretty Little Liars meets Final Destination. Now Ive never seen Pretty Little Liars
Dec 02, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
It's a 4.5! I absolutely loved the story, but it just lacked a tiny bit more to be actually a 5.

Okay, why not a 5? I kind of knew who was behind all this mess. So, for a mystery, this sure is predictable. Another reason would be that some parts of this were truly cliche. I would like a bit more of originality, please.

What did I like? OOooh. The Latin component of this book sure is a nice twist. Adds a few more layer into the story, and made it more fun. I like how ancient this language is, which
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They All Fall Down is the perfect read for this upcoming Halloween night. It has the mystery of weird "accidental" deaths and the scary factor of being the possible next target that all good
Apr 26, 2015 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: No one.
This may or may not contain spoilers. Actually, yes this contains a lot of spoilers. THIS IS A WARNING, SO IT'S FAIR GAME IF YOU CHOOSE TO READ THIS!

First off, this book isn't a book. I classify this as a giant catastrophic mess of clichés. I mean nerd-girl-has-not-so-secret-secret-crush-on-hot-jock cliché, nerd-girl's-BFF-really-wants-to-be-popular cliché, hot-jock-is-dumb cliché, nerd-girl-falls-in-love-with-bad-boy cliché, ooh-curse-so-scary cliché, etc. Basically this book is cliché after
My Deep and Thoughtful Thoughts on They All Fall Down:

I really was really very concerned that I was going to sprain something rolling my eyes so much during this book. I love my paranormal/fantasy/You've Got to Stretch Your Imagination to Enjoy This-style books, but the shit I encountered within the pages of They All Fall Down was so far-fucking-fetched that my rainbow unicorn and my Griffin both fell to the ground in fits of uncontrollable laughter.

Yet again, the reader is given a heroine who
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