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You by Caroline Kepnes ePUB Free. When a beautiful, aspiring writer strides into the East Village bookstore where Joe Goldberg works. 'THRILLER OF THE YEAR' Daily MailWhen aspiring writer Guinevere Beck strides into the bookstore where Joe works he is instantly smitten. But there's more to. Read & download You By Caroline Kepnes for Free. PDF, ePub, Mobi Download free read online for your site, iPad, Android, Nook, PC.

It is also interesting as I found Beck's character really irritating, but again that doesn't mean she deserves any of it, she is the victim in this. I saw one review compared being inside Joe's head to being inside Humbert's in Lolita ; but I can't say I agree. I could not stomach Lolita whatsoever, I found Humbert truly sickening.

And I guess it depends on the reader and whether you can compare pedophilia with Joe's crimes in You. I'm not defending Joe's behaviour - he is reprehensible. But, whilst reading You, particularly when Joe and Beck are in their relationship - there is nothing overtly wrong there. Granted the way he got to their relationship was wrong, and the other crimes he committed while in this relationship cannot be excused, but he is not constantly vile all the time.

Whereas I found the thought processes of Humbert to be disgusting all the time.

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He is never not a pedophile. He is never once not thinking of acting on his awful desires. Again this may be different for different readers, but I couldn't compare the sickening crime of pedophilia with Joe's character here. Very sexually explicit, with loads of swearing, so bear that in mind if that isn't for you. Overall I was gripped, I needed to know what would happen, and it was a good and shocking ending. I can't wait to pick up the sequel!

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So freaky and messed up, just what I was in the mood for! I'm so very excited for the sequel which apparently is up on NetGalley for anybody who can't wait. You Emma Giordano Wow, this read was a trip! You is filled with characters ranging from flawed to downright disturbed.

It is immensely though-provoking while remaining entertaining. It was a book I truly could not get myself to put down.

Second-person can be difficult to successfully execute, but Caroline Kepnes is such a talented writer. That he wanted to help someone, without having to get something out of it. It was sweet. Also, Candace is dead in the book. Which makes me wonder, what the fuck is left to happen in the next book? I guess I'll find out when I eventually read it. Furthermore, Beck never saw Joe at the Dicken's festival and he never met her family. Which was a scene that I wanted in the book, to be honest.

In addition, in the book they didn't have a relationship right away. In the book, it took lots of time for the blinding fucking to commence.

This is television, I guess. There were some other differences that I don't think are worth mentioning. I think the show was quicker and had more storylines just because it's TV, whereas the book was a tad bit slower.

Which didn't bother me in the least. The last pages man. My heartbeat was at God limits. Those last pages, showed exactly how sick and delusional Joe is. He honestly thought Beck was in the wrong just because "she snooped at his stuff". He thought she would wanna be with him because this is how a man shows his love.

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He wanted to showcase his killings, his bordeline obsession, his unrelenting stalking. His thoughts throughout those last few pages frightened me to death.

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Fail to respond and you get hurt. Talk to police and you die. Ready to play? You have sixty seconds to decide… As the crimes grow more severe, the victims closer to home, Rebecca is forced to confront a past she had hoped was gone forever. Witness 1 of 4. Witness 2 of 4.Maybe he saw his flawed self in her.

She treats people like garbage, she's shallow, egotistical, selfish, and she's never short of an excuse about the shitty and irresponsible shit she's pulling. They re-emerge, like dark thoughts, multiplying and threatening to destroy what Joe wants most: But you can't shake this feeling. The first book "You" was so creepy, it was so good! Every Last Word 4 of 6.

And that's how good the author portrayed the character. Alice Clayton - Wallbanger. Which was a scene that I wanted in the book, to be honest.