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We'll Never Be Apart Murder Fire Revenge That s all seventeen year old Alice Monroe thinks about Committed to a mental ward at Savage Isle, Alice is haunted by memories of the fire that killed her boyfriend, Jason A blaze her twin sister Cellie set But when Chase, a mysterious, charismatic patient, agrees to help her seek vengeance, Alice begins to rethink everything Writing out the story of her troubled past in a journal, she must confront hidden truthsIs the one person she trusts only telling her half the story Nothing is as it seems in this edge of your seat psychological thriller from the debut author Emiko Jean [KINDLE] ✽ I Blame The Scapegoats By John O& – 9facts.co.uk Alice is haunted by memories of the fire that killed her boyfriend ➠ [Epub] ➚ Beneath the Earth By John Boyne ➪ – 9facts.co.uk Jason A blaze her twin sister Cellie set But when Chase ➶ [Read] ➲ Gagged By Richard Asplin ➾ – 9facts.co.uk a mysterious ❴Download❵ ✤ Aristocrats Author Stella Tillyard – 9facts.co.uk charismatic patient ❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ A Dark and Twisted Tide (Lacey Flint, Author Sharon J. Bolton – 9facts.co.uk agrees to help her seek vengeance [KINDLE] ✽ Wild Horses (Saddle Club, Author Bonnie Bryant – 9facts.co.uk Alice begins to rethink everything Writing out the story of her troubled past in a journal ❰Reading❯ ➺ At Sixes And Sevens Author Rosie Harris – 9facts.co.uk she must confront hidden truthsIs the one person she trusts only telling her half the story Nothing is as it seems in this edge of your seat psychological thriller from the debut author Emiko Jean


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  1. Inge Inge says:

    Now that Was awesomeI m coming for you, Cellie Come hell or high water I m going to find you And when I do, I m going to kill youYes, I absolutely had to do that We ll Never Be Apart is quite the debut novel From the very first words on the very first page, it had me hooked and even after finishing it, I m not sure if it has quite let go of me yet I m still thinking about what a mad pun intended rollercoaster this was, filled with twists and turns, building up and up and up Now that Was awesomeI m coming for you, Cellie Come hell or high water I m going to find you And when I do, I m going to kill youYes, I absolutely had to do that We ll Never Be Apart is quite the debut novel From the very first words on the very first page, it had me hooked and even after finishing it, I m not sure if it has quite let go of me yet I m still thinking about what a mad pun intended rollercoaster this was, filled with twists and turns, building up and up and up until it finally lets you drop and leaves you reeling with all of the mindfuck.But in a good way.Alice Monroe is stuck at the mental facility in Savage Isle after a brutal attack by her twin sister Cellie, which burned her boyfriend to death and nearly killed her, too With nothing but a journal to occupy her mind, she s filled with a terrible rage and only one mission to find her sister, so she can return the favour But when she starts writing down her earliest memories, some locked memories race to the surface and leave her reeling withquestions than answers Nothing is what it seems anyShe knew what I was feeling that a beam of happiness as soft and shiny as the moonlight had found its way in She couldn t wait to carve it outThis is not a genre I usually read, but it s always a genre that blows my mind if done well, and this was one of those times There s always that uncomfortable, niggling feeling of a thriller set in a mental ward, that something is about to go terribly wrong, and you re just turning page after page to find out what.Evenunsettling was Cellie we know from the beginning that she set fire to the barn Alice and Jason were hiding in Then, through Alice s journal, we travel back in time to when Alice and Cellie were youngest Bit by bit, Cellie growsunnerving and it becomes clear that something s not quite right about her This slow transition into madness was done incredibly well, and with every journal entry I grewanddisturbed by Cellie s behaviour until she became downright scary, but in the best possible way.When Alice is not writing in her journal, she s either in group therapy, individual therapy, or hanging out with Chase Ward They build a careful friendship based on lie after lie after lie, which you know just won t end well, but it s great to see that unique dynamic of a dysfunctional blossoming romance and it s hard to pinpoint just where it will go Especially when Chase tries to help Alice come to terms with her past things go all kinds of wrong.The book relies heavily on the ending, which can make it or break it for you Some people had predicted it I personally didn t well, part of it and that raised the book from a four star to a five star read for me I thought it was really well done and it made me wonder about the entire book and what I just readAnd I know, I know, we ll never be apartWe ll Never Be Apart was a quick and thrilling read that left me upside down and wondering about my own sanity Absolutely brilliant Thank you NetGalley for providing me with a copy


  2. Sarah Sarah says:

    This book left me kind of disappointed I guessed the twist in the first few pages and while I enjoyed reading the book, I was disappointed that I had been right about the shock ending More than anything I wish that I was wrong I wish that Emiko Jean didn t go with the obvious ending If there was a different ending I probably would have beenimpressed The writing was good It was a very addicting story I found it hard to put the book down I wanted to see how the story would play o This book left me kind of disappointed I guessed the twist in the first few pages and while I enjoyed reading the book, I was disappointed that I had been right about the shock ending More than anything I wish that I was wrong I wish that Emiko Jean didn t go with the obvious ending If there was a different ending I probably would have beenimpressed The writing was good It was a very addicting story I found it hard to put the book down I wanted to see how the story would play out I really disliked the twist It was so predictable Personally, I think psychological thrillers should make you feel super confused I think you should be constantly questioning everything the author is saying and then be shocked at the crazy ending OR you should be led to believe something and then BAM, that s not actually true like Shutter Island This story was missing that crazy, good psychological thriller element that completely blows your mind I liked the characters and I liked how they were all done The pace was quite casual, it wasn t quite as quick and exciting as most of the other thrillers I have read The plot was okay It s not a very original concept but overall I think Emiko Jean did a good job with this book I think Emiko Jean is a very promising author I think next time Emiko should focuson developing characters to create a story because the characters were done quite well rather than moulding the characters around the story and that predictable twist I would read another book by Emiko Jean and I don t think I would recommend this book to anyone It s just too predictable I received an arc from the publisher in exchange for an honest review


  3. Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin says:

    www.melissa413readsalot.blogsplot.comTHIS BOOK IS AWESOME I had a feeling where it was going and I was right, but it s still so freaking good You have these twin sisters, Alice Celia They live with their grandfather but wake up one day to find him dead They stayed in the house for a bit of time before they are found out and carted off to different foster homes In one of these homes they meet Jason All three of them make a little team and hang out together all of the time They do some www.melissa413readsalot.blogsplot.comTHIS BOOK IS AWESOME I had a feeling where it was going and I was right, but it s still so freaking good You have these twin sisters, Alice Celia They live with their grandfather but wake up one day to find him dead They stayed in the house for a bit of time before they are found out and carted off to different foster homes In one of these homes they meet Jason All three of them make a little team and hang out together all of the time They do some terrible things and one of these things lands the twins on Savage Isle in the mental ward Jason is going to go to jail Jason has a brilliant plan to get him and Alice away from the place so they can live out their lives They are in love and Celia is jealous so she devises a plan to keep her and Alice close and take Jason out of the picture Alice is telling her story about her and life before the mental hospital through a journal She writes down all the things that happen with her, Celia, and Jason in it from the day they find their grandfather all the way up until what happens with Jason Alice is going about her life in the mental hospital at the same time and she meets a really nice boy named Chase there He tries his best to help her She has this plan to break into another part of the ward in a different building and face Celia So many things are going on throughout the book I didn t want to put it down You just want to get to the end game Some really messed up things come out, but in the end I think it s all going to be okay I would like to thank NETGALLEY and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Children s Book Group for giving me the opportunity to read this ARC in exchange for my honest review


  4. Hannah ◇Reader in the Rough◇ Hannah ◇Reader in the Rough◇ says:

    3.5 StarsThis must be some kind of cosmic joke Disbelief and utter despair run heavy and icy through my veins Cellie s really done it this time She s succeeded She s brought me down I d clap for her if it wasn t so awful This is a story about Alice, a pyromaniac charged with murder The story follows her time in a mental ward on Savage Island.If I were to judge this book for it s simple prose it would receive all the stars I always find that young adult novels hit the sweet spot when i 3.5 StarsThis must be some kind of cosmic joke Disbelief and utter despair run heavy and icy through my veins Cellie s really done it this time She s succeeded She s brought me down I d clap for her if it wasn t so awful This is a story about Alice, a pyromaniac charged with murder The story follows her time in a mental ward on Savage Island.If I were to judge this book for it s simple prose it would receive all the stars I always find that young adult novels hit the sweet spot when it comes to my desire for emotional conviction That said, I have a major disconnect when it comes to unreliable narrators Because it s ALL about the reveal Which is not to say this isn t a good one, but simply not to my taste in plotline The reveal happens, your mind is reeling, suddenly the pages end, and nothing I wantaftermathDon t worry I won t let them take you away Where ever you go, I ll go, too Do you promise she asked My answer was easy and automatic Because blood was blood and it was thicker than any sickness I promise, I said We ll never be apart


  5. Mlpmom (Book Reviewer) Mlpmom (Book Reviewer) says:

    I adore stories where the narrator is unreliable or where things aren t quite what they seem and in We ll Never Be Apart, Jean manages to portray both elements of unreliability and the feeling that you know a twist is coming That things aren t quite right and at any moment they will turn for the worst Woven with sly hints and foreshadowing as the story progresses from Alice s point of view to her journal entries, this was done well Captivating as much as it was interesting, this was a story t I adore stories where the narrator is unreliable or where things aren t quite what they seem and in We ll Never Be Apart, Jean manages to portray both elements of unreliability and the feeling that you know a twist is coming That things aren t quite right and at any moment they will turn for the worst Woven with sly hints and foreshadowing as the story progresses from Alice s point of view to her journal entries, this was done well Captivating as much as it was interesting, this was a story that I quickly read in a few short hours And while I did see the ending coming, the twist for what it was, this was still a really fun read that is worthy of the YA mystery thriller title I had a lot of fun with this and the characters were both engaging and well fleshed out I would pick up another book by this author without hesitation in the future An ARC Copy of this was provided by the Publisher in exchange for an honest review


  6. Nastassja Nastassja says:

    Actual rating 2.8The problem with We ll never be apart is that this book promises a lot but in the end it takesthat it gives From the annotation and first chapters it looked like a quality thriller YA with psychological twists and turns What happened in the barn that night Why was Alice in the hospital the first time Is it real And so on But unfortunately in the end all these questions didn t matter, because we have a quite typical YA strongly leaning on the topic ofActual rating 2.8The problem with We ll never be apart is that this book promises a lot but in the end it takesthat it gives From the annotation and first chapters it looked like a quality thriller YA with psychological twists and turns What happened in the barn that night Why was Alice in the hospital the first time Is it real And so on But unfortunately in the end all these questions didn t matter, because we have a quite typical YA strongly leaning on the topic of hard lives of children in foster care I get that this topic is important as it is and under different circumstances I would enjoy this issue, but in this book I was promised a psychological thriller Don t get me wrong, this book is psychological but not a thriller Two first chapters were exactly what it promised to be, only the description of mental facility where the story takes place promises something sinister Outside, wind howls and shakes the thin walls of the building A shudder rolls through me Oregon State Mental Health Hospital is located on a thin strip of densely forested island The hospital advertises itself as a peaceful haven where troubled souls recover, but there s nothing tranquil about this place Even the name of the island, Savage Isle, was born from blood In the late 1800s, a hundred Native Americans were forcibly relocated here, only to be killed later in a massacre Old newspapers say there was so much blood that winter, it looked as if red snow had fallen from the sky.But further into the book the mood and the main mystery lost it s appeal and no longer could be qualified as something dark nor suspenseful The main failure we can blame on the author who carelessly reviled almost in the beginning the main mystery, which was the carcass of the whole story If you are not interested in reading the book, but curious about the reveal, here what s all the deal is about view spoiler there was never the second sister, the heroine invented her as adarker twin sister to cope with psychological trauma of loosing her grandfather in early childhood hide spoiler In my opinion Emiko Jean wasn t subtle enough in giving us hints about the mystery and I almost immediately guessed what it was. We ll never be apart is not a total failure Actually, this book has positive aspects as language, which was very beautiful some of the descriptions were so vivid I really enjoyed the pictures they provided for my imagination The romance was really good and interesting to observe, I liked every interaction between Alice and Chase Chase is something and I totally had hots for him in the bookNo You got it all wrong You re looking for the obvious You ve got to look below the surface She s got sexual deviant written all over her Sexual deviant I cock my head Yeah, you knowHe waggles his brows at me suggestively.Shit Double shit He s going to leave and I don t have what I need yet Before I can think, I reach up and grab his forearm There s an immediate heat that flows through our skin A pleasurable spark shoots up my spine and explodes like firecrackers Easy, Sparky, he says, prying my fingers from his arm I like it rough, but not in public places Sparky Wonderful He s given me a nickname I wonder how he would feel if I gave him one, too Maybe douche canoe Or turd burglar You re such a dick There s that dirty mouth again That didn t take very long I smile You know you re kind of a sick bastard You re into me because you dig 1950s pinup girls and I remind you of your sister He smiles back Don t forget your dirty mouth and fascination with paper animals You re such a fucking weirdo Takes one to know one Based on the way you ate that mango, I bet you re a terrible kisser, huh He lets out a low laugh and touches my lower lip with his thumb Yeah, I bet you kiss like an angry Velociraptor He mock sighs I guess there s only one way to find out Cute, right I totally ship this couple.And the best part of the book is emotions the story carries and shares with readers I sympathized with MCs and genuinely wanted to hear their story There was also that scene between girls when they discussed boys comparing them to books I really enjoyed this oneSo what s up You got the hots for him or something It s not like that I scratch my forehead He s hard to read, that s all Like Atlas Shrugged I chuckle No,like War and Peace All in all, this book wasn t what I expected or wanted from the beginning, but turned out to be a nice emotional debut with pleasant characters, beautiful language and hot romance If you are in the mood for psychological YA without prefix thriller totally recommend this book.


  7. Erin Dunn Erin Dunn says:

    Woo hoo I got approved on Edelweiss I m going to start it soon Thank you to Edelweiss and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing for allowing me to read and review We ll Never Be Apart by Emiko Jean I absolutely loved this book Initially what drew me to the book was just the plot summary There s an unreliable narrator set in a mental ward Fire, revenge, and murder I m in Then when I saw it on Edelweiss something else caught my attention It said that We ll Never Be Apart was inspired by t Woo hoo I got approved on Edelweiss I m going to start it soon Thank you to Edelweiss and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing for allowing me to read and review We ll Never Be Apart by Emiko Jean I absolutely loved this book Initially what drew me to the book was just the plot summary There s an unreliable narrator set in a mental ward Fire, revenge, and murder I m in Then when I saw it on Edelweiss something else caught my attention It said that We ll Never Be Apart was inspired by the author s work with children in foster care I was really curious to find out how that would show in the novel.We ll Never Be Apart is a YA mystery and psychological thriller In the novel Alice is committed to a mental ward where she is disturbed my memories of a fire that killed her boyfriend Jason The fire was started by her twin sister Cellie Alice befriends another patient, Chase, and she plans revenge against her sister The novel is written in the present time and also using journal entries to tell the past In the past there are some hidden truths that Alice needs to figure out Well first of all I love stories set in mental health facilities I just find it fascinating to begin with I also love a good psychological thriller where I m not sure what the hell is happening or what is real Sadly, a lot of them are not well done and I can see the twist from a mile away We ll Never Be Apart is well done and I did not guess the twist right away I did guess it early on, but it did take some time and wasn t completely obvious from page one That is a win in my opinion The writing throughout is flawless and engaging I could see in the writing where the author s work with foster children was used, and it seemed to me to be an accurate representation I enjoyed that aspect of the book a lot I think this is a brilliant debut novel by Emiko Jean and I can t wait to readfrom her.I recommend We ll Never Be Apart to fans of books set in a mental institution and to fans of psychological suspense and mystery thrillers The expected publication date is October 6, 2015.http angelerin.blogspot.com


  8. Bonnie Bonnie says:

    So where does a story that ends in fire and death begin It begins in the snow on the coldest day of the coldest winter of the last fifty years, with two girls on their sixth birthday in silent house It begins with a bodyAlice and Celia are twins who have had an arduous life, but fortunately they ve had each other to get through it After their grandfather died when they were six, they ve bounced around to various different foster care homes, some worse than others When Alice is seventeSo where does a story that ends in fire and death begin It begins in the snow on the coldest day of the coldest winter of the last fifty years, with two girls on their sixth birthday in silent house It begins with a bodyAlice and Celia are twins who have had an arduous life, but fortunately they ve had each other to get through it After their grandfather died when they were six, they ve bounced around to various different foster care homes, some worse than others When Alice is seventeen years old, Celia intentionally sets a fire that almost kills her but does kill her boyfriend, Jason She wakes in a mental health hospital called Savage Isle to find herself recovering from burns and a definite lack of memory surrounding the incident All Alice knows is Celia killed Jason and revenge begins to consume her thoughts.Honestly, the summary gives it all away and if you didn t bother to read the summary then the prologue definitely will Sometimes there s nothing wrong with a mystery that s predictable because the story itself can make it all worth it, but I have a hard time becoming sympathetic towards characters and their plights when I knowthan they do Their mental stumbling, trying to uncover obvious clues becomesobnoxious than tragic.We ll Never Be Apart could have been saved with some tension but I never felt a sense of urgency from Alice to uncover the mystery She finds herself in a mental hospital being charged with a crime that she knows in her heart she didn t commit, yet instead of attempting to work through her memories she becomes resigned to her plight and instead focuses her attention on her crush Nevermind that her boyfriend of several years just died in a fire a few weeks ago Becoming resigned to the situation she finds herself in would have been one thing, because can you imagine waking up in a mental hospital being blamed for something you didn t do and being force fed medication That would be terrifying and I think we d all mentally shut down to some extent, but the focus on the boy was what really ruined it for me And all the security card stealing so that the two can carouse the halls of the hospital at night Because that s totally legit.I kept reading, hoping for a twist that I maybe hadn t foreseen Alas, the end came, and it was less twisty and suspenseful than I had been hoping for The resolution was also fartidy than I would have expected given the topic All in all, this one is far from being a terrible read, but I ve read too many books that touch on the same topic that have just been done better I received this book free from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


  9. Christy Christy says:

    This review was originally posted on Novel InkWe ll Never Be Apart was one of my most anticipated reads of the fall It sounded so good and the cover is GORGEOUS I picked this book up expecting a twisted story that would keep me on the edge of my seat the entire time While, this was as twisted as I was expecting, it was still a great read.After a fire that killed her boyfriend, Jason, Alice is sent to Savage Isla, a psychiatric hospital She s having trouble remembering what happened tha This review was originally posted on Novel InkWe ll Never Be Apart was one of my most anticipated reads of the fall It sounded so good and the cover is GORGEOUS I picked this book up expecting a twisted story that would keep me on the edge of my seat the entire time While, this was as twisted as I was expecting, it was still a great read.After a fire that killed her boyfriend, Jason, Alice is sent to Savage Isla, a psychiatric hospital She s having trouble remembering what happened that night All she knows is even though she s being charged for Jason s death, she wasn t the one who set the fire, her twin sister, Cellie, did, and Alice has to prove it.First of all, I want to say that I loved the way this book was written It goes back and forth between the present and the past Only the past comes in the form of journal entries from Alice, so it s easy to follow along I really liked that we get to see the past between Jason, Alice, and Cellie, and the events that lead to the fire that took Jason s life I think it helped the readers understand Alice , and I think it made Alice asympathetic character because we get to see the horribleness of what she lived through One of these days, I might just let it choke me As far as the mystery aspect in this book, I had it figured out about halfway through But, if you know me, then you know I read a ton of thrillers so I m always on the lookout for clues while I m reading them With that being said, the mystery aspect was done really well and had I not been looking for the thing , then I probably wouldn t have caught on.Like I said, everything was done really well, and I felt like it all played out really well, so the fact that I guessed the big thing before it was revealed didn t bother me that much, I was still curious about how everything came to be and how everything would play out.We ll Never Be Apart is a well written, entrancing story that takes the term twisted sister to a whole new meaning


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