Vivian Divine Is Dead

Vivian Divine Is Dead

by Lauren Sabel

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ISBN-13: 9780062231956
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 06/03/2014
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.20(d)
Age Range: 13 Years

About the Author

Lauren Sabel has a master's degree in creative writing from Naropa University and currently teaches college writing courses online. She has lived in Rome, New York, San Francisco, Chicago, and London and currently resides with her husband in Boulder, Colorado.

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Vivian Divine Is Dead 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was AMAZING!! I was sucked in from the first sentence! Being a young adult myself (22) I found myself relating to a lot of the situations, especially the romantic ones that Vivian had along her journey. There were so many plot twists in this book that kept me on my toes and wanting more with each turn of the page. I thoroughly enjoyed this and can't wait to read more from this author. Will definitely be recommending this book to ALL of my friends. A must read for sure!  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is PHENOMENAL!! Can't wait to see what else Sabel has in store! I was hooked from the first chapter and couldn't put the book down! The way Sabel describes every detail in such a pristine manner, I felt like I was there with the main characters in Mexico. I would definitely recommend this to any reader who enjoys action, suspense, and young romance all tied into one book!! Sabel knows how to keep a reader on their toes and does just that with all her plot twists! It is for sure a MUST READ! 
Kristen_Noel More than 1 year ago
   Talk about a book that makes you sit up and pay attention! Lauren Sabel was quick to capture my interest with this original tale. From the opening when we're introduced to the darker side of life in Hollywood, you're left with a lot of questions that you want answers to. The suspense in Vivian Divine is Dead kept me riveted and on the edge of my seat!   Vivian was such a dynamic character! I thoroughly enjoyed getting a glimpse into her life. It's not a life that many of have experience with, so it was intriguing to get a behind the scenes look. The one thing that made me really like Vivian was her honesty. Yes, she whined her fair share. But she wasn't afraid to admit and own it. I'll take that over the psuedo-badass main characters who whine and pretend to be something that they're not.   All in all, I was enthralled with Vivian Divine is Dead. The ending was not what I had hoped for. I feel like there's so much more to the story. I didn't want to be finished with Vivian and Nick. (Speaking of Nick, you slayed me, Lauren. I need to know where he is!) My fingers are crossed that Lauren Sabel will be able to tell more of Vivian's story. **I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review with no compensation.
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ABookVacation More than 1 year ago
I have to say that I enjoyed this story overall, but some of the events were a little far-fetched for me. Vivian Divine is an extremely well known celebrity, so when she’s forced to go on the run, she has to hide in plain sight, which is much easier said than done. Still reeling from her mother’s murder, her boyfriend’s betrayal, and a scary run in with a man in a black suit, her mind isn’t in the best of places, and her only option, so she believes, is to run. But, running off into the deep of Mexico alone to meet someone she has never met doesn’t seem like the best course of action… Between a rock and a hard place, Vivian embarks on a journey filled with peril. I almost feel as though the events themselves would be more fluid on the big screen than on paper as the action seems to just jump for sequence to sequence, but it is engaging nevertheless. While some of the events and outcomes are indeed obvious, others were much more discreet, and the revelation of Vivian’s pursuers was rather shocking. Though I have a few questions about certain cover ups that take place within the novel, overall it was a fun read. I wish that Vivian had a better relationship with others and was able to confide in them more, especially since grown-ups really can help, but I also understand the feeling of being all alone and feeling like there is no one to turn to.