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All Unquiet Things

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2012

    GREAT BOOK

    Good book,loved the mystery kept me glued to it

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  • Posted February 8, 2010

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    Rich kids, murder mystery, & a great story.

    ALL UNQUIET THINGS was a very enjoyable read. The story is about the aftermath of the murder of a girl named Carly, told in the alternating viewpoints of her ex-boyfriend, Neily, and cousin, Audrey. It's a story about the dark side of life in a place where kids are filthy rich and have easy access to drugs, booze, and unlimited freedom.

    At the beginning of the story, Carly's supposed murderer has been caught and put in jail, but Audrey and Neily have suspicions that the wrong person was put behind bars, and that the true murderer is still free. They struggle to put together clues and suspects to get down to the truth...

    One of the main reasons I loved the book was because Jarzab had me guessing who the murderer was, up to the end. I seriously had no idea it was who it was. Took me completely off guard, but then when I go back and think about it, it made complete sense and had me going "ohhh" in admiration.

    Both Neily and Audrey are authentic narrators, and it's intriguing to see sections of the story in alternating viewpoints. Carly, although dead, also felt real, and at the end of the story, I was left feeling sad that she was dead. I loved the "feel" of the town that the story was set in, Empire Valley. I don't know if it is a real town or not, but it sure felt authentic. And it was very interesting reading about the lives of these unbelievably wealthy kids who, as I quote from the book, "had more pocket money than most Americans make in several months".

    Jarzab slowly reveals parts of the plot, taking us back and forth between present day (when they're trying to solve the mystery) and the past (in the time leading up to Carly's murder) bit by bit, until all the parts of the puzzle fall into place and form the smoothly built story.

    There's such a great cast of characters that had me constantly guessing at who the murderer was, and yet I still didn't manage to figure it out until it was revealed! Overall, it was a wonderful read with a great mystery.

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