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Mirror Me

4.05  ·  Rating details ·  37 ratings  ·  23 reviews
Hannah McCauley doesn’t look at herself in the mirror anymore.

After a rebellious past, she now attends a strict private school in a new town, where her recently divorced mother has put her on social lockdown. No driving. No bad grades. No skipping classes. No unapproved friends. No makeup. No boys. And the subject of her best friend from her old school is definitely forbid
Kindle Edition, 279 pages
Published July 25th 2017
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Aj the Ravenous Reader
3.5 stars

Mirror Me is surprisingly a well written YA contemporary with a healthy mix of suspense, mystery, paranormal and fantasy. The story centers on Hannah (also the narrator of the story) and her inner conflicts which are mainly manifested in her avoiding looking at herself in front of mirrors. Her past is something she would rather forget and looking at herself in front of the mirror is as good as confronting it. Consequently, this manifestation is also where everything interesting in the
Jasmine from How Useful It Is
About: Mirror Me is a young adult paranormal written by Tara St. Pierre. It was recently published on 7/24/17 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, paperback, 270 pages. The genres are young adult, mystery, paranormal, fiction, and romance.

My Experience: I started reading Mirror Me on 10/26/17 and finished it on 10/30/17. I haven’t read a book that deals with mirrors and reflections before and this book makes it a refreshing read. I like the paranormal activity in this book. Nikki’s m
Danielle (The Blonde Likes Books)
After a traumatic event a year earlier, high school student Hannah no longer looks at herself in the mirror. In an attempt to give her daughter a fresh start from her rebellious past, her mother has moved her to a new house and a new school. Hannah is determined to be a better person, and make the types of friends her mother would approve of. When odd things start happening around her house, her mother immediately blames Hannah, but Hannah has no memory of doing any of the things she’s being acc ...more
Jul 17, 2017 rated it really liked it
I read Tara's book Just A Few Inches last year and I was so excited to read her new book Mirror Me. Kind of a funny story, but right before I was asked by Tara if I wanted to read her new book, I was talking to one of my friend's about how mirrors creeped me out. The next day I get an email asking if I wanted to read Mirror Me.

Mirror Me was definitely on the creepy side at times and it was totally weird, but in a good way! So many weird and crazy things were happening to Hannah and I wanted to k
Danielle (Life of a Literary Nerd)
3.5 Stars
“I don’t like the way the reflection in my bedroom mirror judges me. I try not to look at her too closely…”

I was really happy with how this book turned out. It was an intense genre-blend that hooked me from the start. We follow Hannah McCulley, a reformed rebellious girl now in a strict private school, as she begins to encounter strange occurrences with no memories of doing them. Mirror Me is a powerful story of forgiveness that takes you on an intensely psychological ride.
Elizabeth Mathis
Hannah McCauley doesn’t look at herself in the mirror anymore.

After a rebellious past, she now attends a strict private school in a new town, where her recently divorced mother has put her on social lockdown. No driving. No bad grades. No skipping classes. No unapproved friends. No makeup. No boys. And the subject of her best friend from her old school is definitely forbidden.

Hannah is being punished for something that happened a year earlier, something that she would like to put behind her. But
Jillian Quinn
Aug 01, 2017 rated it really liked it
Another mysterious and interesting book from Tara St. Pierre. This author constantly amazes me with her intriguing paranormal stories. From the cover to the blurb, I was hooked, and I was not disappointed. I reviewed her first novel and loved it, so it was no surprise that I also liked Mirror Me.

A fun, quick summer read with just enough mystery to keep turning the pages.
Jul 25, 2017 rated it really liked it

I really enjoyed reading Mirror Me by Tara St. Pierre.

Hannah is a teenage girl with a troubled past. She used to be careless and is now regretting it. Hannah refuses to look at her self in the mirror anymore. But when strange things start happening, Hannah has to think about more than her self. What is going on?

I would just like to start by saying that I don't usual
Karen Barber
Apr 04, 2018 rated it liked it
Sometimes looking in the mirror is tough. Particularly if you don’t like what you see.
In Mirror Me we focus on Hannah, a rather angry character who has been struggling with her mum’s attempts to keep her on the straight and narrow after some (stereotypical?) teen behaviour. She has to come to terms with an event from her past, but that’s hard when she’s not prepared to confront what happened.
In order for this to happen we veer into a rather odd story involving reflections and alternative worlds
Mar 06, 2018 rated it really liked it
4.5 Stars Excellent suspense and well-crafted, full characters. Delivers a wonderful story without a heavy handed message, yet one that shines through.
Eve (Functioning Insanity Reviews)

I was provided with a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

Rating: 4.5 Stars

Mirror Me follows our MC Hannah who is currently under lock and key with strict rules and punishments in place while attending a private school. It seems a bit harsh, the list of unapproved things but Hannah is trying to be better. These are in place after a major screw up the previous year. She is trying to get her life back on track and earn back trust. So when she
Jul 17, 2017 rated it liked it
Originally posted on Daydreaming Books.

*I received an eARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.*

I had read the author's debut novel, Just a Few Inches (you can read my review here) and absolutely fell in love with it, so when she asked me to review her 2nd book, I jumped at the opportunity. Although this book didn't manage to wow me, it was still an enjoyable and a creepy read and like her first book, a moral to understand and learn for ourselves.

After a particular inci
LitPick Book Reviews
Dec 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
All Hannah wants is to put her past behind her. But that feels almost impossible when it seems to chase her no matter where she goes. Then people start accusing Hannah of doing things she doesn’t ever remember doing. With an already overprotective mom, these happenings put Hannah on more of a lockdown than she was already experiencing. Is it simply memory loss or something more? Something sinister?

This book sounded very intriguing, so I was quite excited to start reading it. I’m glad I
Marianne Donovan
Sep 18, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: won, ya
In Tara St. Pierre's "Mirror Me" Hannah, a former bad girl, is starting over at a private school under her extremely strict mother's watchful eye while trying to earn back trust and privileges. Hannah appears to be trying to keep all the rules. So how is it that she seems to keep breaking them and then not remember doing it? Why is the reflection she encounters in the mirror different than the one on her side of the mirror? Hannah avoids mirrors as she struggles to keep everything going on from ...more
Once again, St. Pierre presents a realistic and believable contemporary young adult novel, intertwined with elements of fantasy and science fiction. I was impressed not only by the sheer fast-paced, enticing plotline, but also the realness of her characters. Representative of true high school students, the support of believable characters provides the perfect environment to grow such an imaginative and fantastical story. She does a nice job of balancing subplots between both the fantasy and cont ...more
Esther Haddie's Haven

Oh man. This book had me on edge. I wish I had taken a picture of my face the other day. Because I totally flipped out and wanted to smack Hannah's reflection. Each character plays a role in this book. I cannot see the book without them, or even in the corner as a random name the author throws in. Zo was adorable, Grace to the rescue. And then there was Cole. Bad boy Cole. Honestly, all bad boys
Aug 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Mirror Me is the second book by Tara St. Pierre and I have to say I look forward to more books by this vivid author.
I won't get into spoilers here--because I hate that--but I can say that if you are looking for a quick, interesting, page turning read then this is one book you must pick up. I was surprised with the big reveal at the end as I thought it was something different. Truth be told I had about 5 different theories!. The story is very unique and clever and has a hidden meaning--which is r
Nov 04, 2017 rated it really liked it
I received this book from a Goodreads Givaway, and Phew ....It was really good!! I picked it up yesterday, and finished it this morning, so no problem with the reading flow. It was well thought out, well executed and the ending didn't make me cringe . So good on you , Tara St. Pierre. It is a winner! ...more
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Dec 08, 2017 rated it it was amazing
We are proud to announce that MIRROR ME by Tara St. Pierre is a B.R.A.G.Medallion Honoree. This tells readers that this book is well worth their time and money!
Sioux Trett
Jul 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
It's not often I find a book which actually keep me guessing. Many books make that claim, but few actually follow through. This one achieved that for me, and I love it for that! I had the pleasure of getting to read this chapter-by-chapter in a serial-like fashion as it was being written and Tara would email them to me. This was both a blessing and a curse, because reading just one chapter at a time was so tantalizing it was almost tortuous to have to wait for the next one. Finally being able to ...more
Aoibheann { ⊱Aoibh Reads⊰ }

Rating: ★★★★★
Genre: Young-Adult, Contemporary
Recommend: Yes


Review originally posted on Aoibh Reads

Hannah now attends a prestigious, strict school, as a last effort of her mother's to tame her. After a rebellious past and an event involving Hannah's best friend, Hannah can't look at herself in the mirror. When she does, her reflection doesn't match what she expects, and Hannah fears for her sanity. When objects become displaced, screens appear backward, and
I honestly have no idea how this book ended up in my mailbox & there was no letter or note giving me a clue as to how but regardless however it ended up in my possession I'm extremely grateful. I had been in a reading slump for quite some time & it hurt because reading means everything to me but this book FINALLY after so many months brought me back & I know it's because it was honestly that amazing of a book. It's like somehow somewhere the universe knew I needed that "one" book to help me & it ...more
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Tara St. Pierre has been writing for over two decades, but her muse only sporadically provides inspiration. Her laptop is filled with incomplete manuscripts and other plot outlines, and she feels blessed when one finally pushes its way through to completion--no matter how long it takes!

She enjoys classic science fiction movies and television shows. When driving, she sings along with the radio loud

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