Off the Deep End: A Thriller

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Off the Deep End: A Thriller

Off the Deep End: A Thriller

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Huh? Trying to claim that a pool boy's affair with a college university president's wife in 2012 helped get Trump elected in 2016? Ludicrous and zero proof beyond a typical liberal's stereotyping of the evangelical sheep blindly following a supposed leader. What they call in the book a "campaign stop" by Trump actually occurred almost four years before he ran for president, so they are spinning this in a biased manner to build a narrative that's false. Trump was at Liberty because he was a non-religious TV celebrity, not a politician, and would bring credibility to the campus. The characters are fun. More fun I would say. The story well planned out with much details. The art is amazing as always. Minimal yet effectively entertaining! lots of focus on the sister of kid who goes missing and the fact that she sleeps in her parents bed but… not really that relevant He should have thought of that when he agreed to go into a married woman's hotel room. Or the many other times he tried to use the situation to benefit himself.

WOW - let me tell you I was pretty excited that my Goodreads buddy GirlWithThePinkSkiMask alerted me to this latest book from Lucinda Berry. At that stage I did not know what I was in for… let me set the record straight after reading 4 or 5 of LB’s other books and loving Appetite for Innocence and Phantom Limb to a 5⭐️star level - I was ready for this. 🤗 Faced with her son's death, Jules goes mad with grief. Meanwhile, Isaac Greer, the teenage boy she had rescued is now missing and his family is trying to find him.

Also (if you made it to this point) Isaac visiting Jules was a ruse part of the plan for the school sh**ting. They got them in 4k at like walmart and whatever buying b*llets and stuff Thank you NetGalley, Thomas & Mercer and of course Lucinda Berry for letting me read “Off the Deep End” in exchange for an honest review. A tasty, if not always tasteful, tale of supernatural mayhem that fans of King and Crichton alike will enjoy. First, Jules and Amber were really hard to tolerate. The book is from both of their POVs and I wish it took on a third character instead, maybe it wouldn't grind my teeth so much.

wildly inappropriate psychiatrist that holds the patients hands when she is upset… I’m sorry pretty sure thats blurring some lines Ten months later Isaac disappears and Jules is at the heart of the investigation but did she have anything to do with his kidnapping? Jules has a secret but is adamant she is not the person they are looking for. Who has Isaac? And what dangerous secret is Jules hiding? kid who survives is a loner with survivors guilt (with more going on that is only revealed at the 80% mark that basically does a 180 on the whole story and not in a good way)Are you reading this book? Are you bored and looking for spoilers and NO ONE CAN DO SPOILERS RIGHT? THEY ALL SAY SPOILERS AND YET THEY ARE DOING MINOR SMALL ONES THAT SHOULDNT EVEN CLASSIFY AS SPOILERS? Jules started out average and descended into madness - you might say but Karly, Jules is in a mental institution and she is indeed mental. Well I am here to tell you that this character is written in a way you wished she died in the lake instead of Gabe. 😵 Jules Hart by her own admission has had a dreamy life one without tragedy and loss, that is until the night she loses control of her car and it plunges into the icy depths of the lake. In the car with her is her only child, 15 year old Gabe and the neighbours 15 year old son Issac.

Jules obsession with Isaac. He willingly gave her his sperm to have a freaking baby? And during this standoff she's saying " their love is real and who cares about age when they are cosmic lovers and blah blah and Isaac calls her a creepy old crazy women cause she's 41 and his 15 The co-author goes on to claim that Granda's "youthful indiscretion" (a misnomer, like others in the book) "may also have played a not insignificant role in making a person like Trump president."

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Thank you to Thomas & Mercer, and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All the thoughts and opinions are my own. A mesmerizing, unbearably tense thriller that will have you looking over your shoulder and sleeping with one eye open. This creepy, serpentine tale explores the darkest corners of parenthood and the profoundly unsettling lengths one will go to, to keep a family together—no matter the consequences. Electrifying and atmospheric, this dark gem of a novel is one I couldn’t put down.” —Heather Gudenkauf, New York Times bestselling author This book could have been so good, so much better if the adults were easy to tolerate. Jules might have even been someone who I could have developed actual sympathy for, if not for her gross behavior. Not something I really wanted to read about. Maybe things like this does happen, after all the author is a psychologist. It just seemed, out of place. Thank you NetGalley and Thomas & Mercer for sharing this book with me. Your kindness is appreciated. The following version of the book was used to create this study guide:Heffley, Greg; Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Deep End. ABRAMS Books, New York, NY, 2020. Kindle AZW file.

Lucinda Berry’s latest, Under Her Care, is her best thriller yet! A dark, riveting read that will keep you up late, racing to the chilling end.” —Kaira Rouda, USA Today bestselling author of The Next Wife and Somebody’s Home The book has two first person perspectives: Jules, who is having interviews from a psychiatrist, and Issac's mother, Amber, who is going understandably mad trying to find out what has happened to her missing Son. This situation, the authors write in the book, is to "serve as a cautionary tale for those of us who fall prey to the powerful and the influential." No, it's cautionary for young hot uneducated guys having sex with hotel guests and blindly doing whatever a rich person says instead of using their heads above their waist to make good decisions. Granda made bad choices, often was misled but still he was an adult responsible for his actions. And this book seems to be an attempt to blame-shift by turning it into a major political scandal where the author is the mostly innocent victim.Cons: Isaac, 15-years-old is missing and his parents are constantly fighting. Why are they not organizing search parties, putting up missing posters, or searching for their son? Is there a reason why the police didn't take his computer? Hard drive history can never be completely erased. Experts can retrieve the information. But guess what, I am torn again… I am angry at myself for overanalysing everything. But I did not get the Lucinda-vibe I love. I did not hate this as much as I did with Under her Care. I also did not love it. It’s a solid 3,5 ⭐️ for me, I guess. The game was called Dracho. Why im bringing this up is because during the stand off with isaac jules and isaac parents. His dad admitted to playing the game WITH ISAAC! Isaac didn't know it was his dad until he brought it up to stop Issac from unaliving himself and said if he did who will eat burgers and throw bottles at people (in the game) with him and isaac said omg your so and so? and the dad said yes son thats me. Overall, this story could have been so much better. There were a couple of holes that were left, including the initial person of suspect that the police were linking Isaacs's disappearance too. This one was left kind of cold and unanswered. This was my first book by this author and I really wish I had chosen one of her other titles. Some months later, Issac goes missing. Is Jules behind his disappearance after building a "special" relationship with him, or is it a serial killer who is active around the area?

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