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The Darkest Corners The Darkest Corners Is A Psychological Thriller About The Lies Little Girls Tell, And The Deadly Truths Those Lies Become.There Are Ghosts Around Every Corner In Fayette, Pennsylvania Tessa Left When She Was Nine And Has Been Trying Ever Since Not To Think About It After What Happened There That Last Summer Memories Of Things So Dark Will Burn Themselves Into Your Mind If You Let Them.Callie Never Left She Moved To Another House, So She Doesn T Have To Walk Those Same Halls, But Then Callie Always Was The Stronger One She Can Handle Staring Into The Faces Of Her Demons And If She Parties Hard Enough, Maybe One Day They Ll Disappear For Good.Tessa And Callie Have Never Talked About What They Saw That Night After The Trial, Callie Drifted And Tessa Moved, And Childhood Friends Just Have A Way Of Losing Touch.But Ever Since She Left, Tessa Has Had Questions Things Have Never Quite Added Up And Now She Has To Go Back To Fayette To Wyatt Stokes, Sitting On Death Row To Lori Cawley, Callie S Dead Cousin And To The One Other Person Who May Be Hiding The Truth.Only The Closer Tessa Gets To The Truth, The Closer She Gets To A Killer And This Time, It Won T Be So Easy To Run Away.


10 thoughts on “The Darkest Corners

  1. says:

    3.5 starsI m going back and forth on my rating with this one It was a very engaging read, but somehow I still found myself let down I enjoyed what I read and flew through it thinking there would be this big payoff, but the ending just didn t work for me This was one of my most anticipated reads of the year With expectations so high, I guess it was bound to happen Oh well Ten yea


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    One detail can change an entire story A necklace A phone call The smallest things could mean the difference between a man s life and death. 3 1 2 stars The Darkest Corners is a slow, mature, character driven mystery about lies and truths, the media involvement in crimes, and confronting one s past It doesn t have the usual fast paced, pulpy style we might expect from YA, but slo


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    Find all of my reviews at m pretty sure this ended up on my Kindle when I went looking for a library book that wasn t available so this was offered as a suggestion instead but I m not positive because well Before I begin I need to apologize to this book for being the next thing I picked up after suffering from a severe bookhangover from Boy s Life I m not sure anything I read woul


  4. says:

    Such a crazy mystery and thriller It surprised and engrossed me I just wish some of the loose ends and plot lines were tied up better.


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    USA folks here is a GIVEAWAY of a copy of this book Review posted on The Eater of Books blog The Darkest Corners by Kara ThomasPublisher Delacorte PressPublication Date April 19, 2016Rating 4 starsSource eARC from NetGalleySummary from Goodreads The Darkest Corners is a psychological thriller about the lies little girls tell, and the deadly truths those lies become There are ghosts


  6. says:

    I think since I m not being absolutely forced with my arm twisted behind my back to read this one, I m just going to stop while I m ahead This is truly a case of that old cliche It s not the book, it s me Maybe it s the fact that I m headed into another dreaded book slump or maybe I m finally realizing that mystery thrillers of t...


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    A truth that s told with bad intent, beats all the lies you can inventWilliam BlakeKara Thomas, an American author, pens a dark psychological thriller in her new book, The Darkest Corners that unfolds the story of two teenagers who drift apart after the night when one of the teenager s cousin was found murdered one summer night Now years later, both of their past comes knocking at th


  8. says:

    5 Words Witness, family, murder, lies, secrets.In my head, I bigged this up so, so much This is one of my favourite authors and she was stepping away from her Prep School Confidential roots and going darker,serious,twisty and creepy And it worked so well and I loved it I was absolutely not disappointed.The story was quite slow to start, it felt muchcharacter driven than her previous bo


  9. says:

    Two things that are my absolute favorite 1 Murder mysteries in which I am wrong about absolutely everything2 Books that make me say THIS IS SO GOOD out loud while I m readingAnd yes, this was both I love love loved this book It s full of red herrings and secondary characters and tertiary ones and yet it s written so masterfully that you can simultaneously keep e...


  10. says:

    The answer to this mystery is actually really interesting But I m not sure enough evidence was planted beforehand to make it feel entirely satisfying, and for my taste, there was too much time spent on superfluous details and there are too many uninteresting red herrings in the first 3 4ths of the book I would love to have read this story if certain characters has beendeveloped view spoi


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