Pieces of Her (Signed Book)

Pieces of Her (Signed Book)

by Karin Slaughter

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ISBN-13: 9780062883827
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 08/21/2018
Edition description: Signed Edition
Pages: 480
Sales rank: 4,345
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.60(d)

About the Author

Karin Slaughter is one of the world’s most popular and acclaimed storytellers. Published in 120 countries with more than 35 million copies sold across the globe, her eighteen novels include the Grant County and Will Trent books, as well as the Edgar-nominated Cop Town and the instant New York Times bestselling novels Pretty Girls and The Good Daughter. Slaughter is the founder of the Save the Libraries project—a nonprofit organization established to support libraries and library programming. A native of Georgia, Karin Slaughter lives in Atlanta. Her standalone novels The Good Daughter and Cop Town are in development for film and television.

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Pieces of Her (Signed Book) 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 50 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very disappointed. Advertised as a Will Trent novel and it was not. I'd like my money back.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Shame on you karin slaughter for deceiving your loyal readers that this book was the highly anticipated will trent book. You should give everyone their money back and give us the will trent book as promised for free. This book was the worst. Too many characters and filled with repetitive language to take up space. Again shame on you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I feel so cheated!! Love the Will Trent series & spent two months anxiously awaitng this release....... NOT THE LATEST WILL TRENT INSTALLNENT AS ADVERTISED,,,,,LOVE Karen Slaughter but,,,,,,we've been straight up lied to
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was so excited, waiting for this book to come out. Advertised as the newest Will Trent novel. It is NOT! Really upset and disappointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was a little upset that it was not a Will Trent as advertised, but then just totally got into it. A great book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The publisher, Harper Collins, Karen Slaughter's manager and Barnes and Noble have done her a tremendous disservice by saying this was a Trent Novel. I had been looking forward to this release for a year! I read chapter after chapter waiting for Will Trent to appear and he never does Had this been billed as a stand alone book i probably would have enjoyed it, but i couldnt enjoy the plot while windering whem Will Trent would appear. I didnt finish the book Karen Slaughter should find another publisher and fire her agent and manager
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Story not up to Slaughter's usual standards. Very predictable, and in a real witness protection situation the family would have been moved in the first chapter so the story never would have happened.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am quite disappointed. I read most of her novels but could not go beyond 1/3 of the book and I called it quits. It's confusing and over the top.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What the hay HarperCollons? You advertise this as a Will Trent book but by Chapter 7 when no Will Trent appears it's obvious you have lied to devoted readers of Karin Slaughter. For what reason? Oh right...to make money. I think you should reimburse every dime spent purchading this book or give us the next true Will Trent book free. Sadly it's a good book and would have still been purchased by KS fans. Just your advertsing deception has put a bad taste in my mouth and I'll be leery about purchading another KS book that is advertised as a Will Trent series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love Karin Slaughter’s books, but this book was hard for me to get into. All I kept thinking was how could this 31 year old be so dumb and naive. I wanted to shake Andrea. The story wouldn’t have worked so well if she had been more forceful, I will say. There are many twists and turns. I will look forward to another book by Slaughter.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nevertheless, I wasn't disappointed with Karin Slaughter's story or storytelling. It is a terrific read. B and N, get your ad copy together and try to actually provide a service to your Nook customers. Kindles are not that expensive.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this novel and read until 5 am because I could not sleep until I finished. One major gaffe re UT Austin not having their own football team! What?! They have one of the most well endowed football teams in the country, and are ranked by Forbes as being number one in the country as college football's most valuable team in the US. A VERY big oops but still enjoyed the book,
cloggiedownunder More than 1 year ago
Pieces of Her is the fourth stand-alone novel by popular American author, Karin Slaughter. August 2018: after Laura Oliver’s fearless actions during a shooting in a diner, her daughter Andrea wonders who this cool heroine is, this woman who bears no resemblance at all to the suburban mom who has been her mother for thirty-one years. So begins Karin Slaughter’s latest thriller. This is merely the first of a series of dramatic events that soon has Andy, under instruction from this cold, businesslike stranger, on the run from their Belle Isle home, in the direction of Idaho via a storage unit in Carrollton. With each stop, Andy learns another shocking and utterly incredible fact about her mother. Andy’s narrative alternates with that of Jane Queller: in 1986, Jane’s doubts about the direction of her lover’s activist group solidify when their latest action leaves four dead. The Army of the Changing World is intent on altering the world for the better, and if that demands violent action, then Nicholas Harp, their exciting and charismatic leader, does not demur; perhaps he actually welcomes it? Whenever he is close by, though, Jane is under his spell. A thriller it certainly is, and the action is non-stop: fans expect Slaughter’s work to be exciting, but even the epilogue is far from sedate. The body count escalates courtesy of a variety of weapons: guns, knives, a cast-iron frypan, bombs, fists and a razor blade. There’s kidnapping, forgery, impersonation, fraud, a secret tunnel, car theft, some old Polaroids, false IDs and a very large amount of cash. And in amongst all that, there’s the occasional laugh-out-loud moment. Both protagonists prove to be strong women after initially making poor decisions: Andy’s early flakiness soon condenses into a focus on finding answers, leading her to ignore her mother’s explicit instructions at her peril; Jane’s brutal upbringing makes her an easy target for a psychopath, until she emerges from the fog of charm to see what’s really happening. The psychopath is brilliantly portrayed. Almost as an aside, there’s a scene that comments on society’s changing attitude to misdeeds, how apologies gain accolades, disgrace is short-lived and offenders can still aspire to become the President. With each successive novel, Slaughter sets herself a higher standard; with this one she easily maintains that trend. Another superb page-turner.
TheBibliovert 13 days ago
I initially requested this book from my library some time ago. At the time I was 53rd in line to read Pieces of Her. After waiting for what seemed like forever, I have to say it was well worth the wait!   I loved this book! It had me hooked from the beginning until the very last sentence. Pieces of Her toggles back in forth between Andy's point of view (present tense) and a group of young adults (past tense) that were taking the idea of changing the world, into their own hands no matter the risk to themselves or anyone else.  It was an intense ride with Laura and Andy and how they got to where they are, the trials and tribulations along the way. This is the type of book that I will go out and buy, even though I have already read it.  Pieces of Her is the type of book that I want in my collection of books to read and reread again. I am officially a HUGE Karin Slaughter fan. If you haven't read this book and love crime thrillers,  go and buy it! Quote: “When somebody dies, you forget they're an asshole.” 
Anonymous 30 days ago
Tedious - not worthy of your time or money.
Anonymous 4 months ago
One of Karen's best. You can't put this one down.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Great
Anonymous 6 months ago
What does Will Trent have to do with this story? Everyone who purchased this book should get the next Will Trent novel for free. The story was good but very disappointed.
myreviewss 7 months ago
I thought it was a really great book with an exciting plot.
Wicked49 8 months ago
So disappointed, I’ve read most if not all of Karen Slaughters books this was the last one I’ll ever read. What a huge waste of money and time! I’d give it negative stars if ai could.
Anonymous 10 months ago
Such a great read. Hooked until the very end!
MalkaShayna 11 months ago
This book is very different from the past books by the author. In the previous books, the characters were all fascinating, if not a bit odd. However, the main character in this book, Andrea, first appears as a lost, but boring, soul. She studied at SCAD, but before finishing her degree, left for NYC, where she was a total failure, and just trudging from one day to the next, when her mother, Laura, a speech therapist, calls her from their home in Belle Isle, GA, to tell her she has breast cancer, but not to worry and not to come home. Taking it as an excuse to leave, she does return to help and nurse her mother, but then continues to live in the garage apartment behind the house. Meeting at a mall for lunch, her mother tells her that it is time to leave and get on with her life, when they are interrupted by a young man attempting a mass shooting- and stopped by Laura. As filming of the scene goes viral, it exposes Laura, of a past that she had hidden for 30 years. She sends Andrea away, and as she tries to follow her mother's instructions, she learns that nothing she ever knew about her mother was true. Skillfully developed characters, and non stop action, you won't want to put the book down.
Anonymous 11 months ago
The characters had depth and the storyline was easy to follow even with the past and present. There were many surprises and could not put the book down. Looking forward her next!
Anonymous 12 months ago
It is not a Will Trent book, as you know from other posts, but it's still the messed up world this author is known for writing. Good read on its own merit, but agree the advertising was not accurate.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A page turner. I can’t wait to read more but Karen Slaughter. I enjoyed the story within the story. I read in 2 days, couldn’t put it down.