The Questionable Behavior of Dahlia Moss

The Questionable Behavior of Dahlia Moss

Max Wirestone / Jul 19, 2019

The Questionable Behavior of Dahlia Moss Veronica Mars meets the World of Warcraft in this mystery romp with a hilarious heroine Working for a games development company is my dream job So when a slightly sketchy lawyer offered me the opport

  • Title: The Questionable Behavior of Dahlia Moss
  • Author: Max Wirestone
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  • Veronica Mars meets the World of Warcraft in this mystery romp with a hilarious heroine Working for a games development company is my dream job So, when a slightly sketchy lawyer offered me the opportunity, I had to take it Who cares that the company has some quirks No job is perfect Some questionable, but probably totally normal issues A mysterious whistle blower isVeronica Mars meets the World of Warcraft in this mystery romp with a hilarious heroine.Working for a games development company is my dream job So, when a slightly sketchy lawyer offered me the opportunity, I had to take it Who cares that the company has some quirks No job is perfect Some questionable, but probably totally normal issues A mysterious whistle blower is posting the industry s dirty laundry on Reddit.An unidentified corpse is in the staff room.The game under development is for filthy casuals, and unwisely involves matching talking peppermints.My job, technically speaking, is Industry Spy It s all just a typical day at the office Right Dive into Dahlia Moss s brilliant, bonkers mystery and enjoy pure, geeky fun Dahlia Moss MysteriesThe Unfortunate Decisions of Dahlia MossThe Astonishing Mistakes of Dahlia MossThe Questionable Behavior of Dahlia Moss

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    1. Ahoy there me mateys! Though this log’s focus is on sci-fi, fantasy, and young adult, this Captain does have broader reading tastes. So occasionally I will share some novels that I enjoyed that are off the charts (a non sci-fi, fantasy, or young adult novel), as it were.I received this silly, goofy contemporary murder mystery eARC from Giveaways. Arrrrr! I was so excited to read this third book in the dahlia moss mysteries series. If ye haven’t read the first book, the unfortunate decisions [...]


    2. This originally appeared at The Irresponsible Reader.--- I am so glad that this eARC asked me not to quote anything from the book until I could check with the published version because by the time I hit 5%, I'd already come up with a handful of candidates of quotations to start this post with, and I didn't want to have to choose.Literally picking up where The Astonishing Mistakes of Dahlia Moss left off -- with Emily Swenson asking Dahlia to be an industrial spy. She's being sent to serve as a T [...]


    3. The Questionable Behavior of Dehlia Moss by Max Wirestone is the 3rd book in the Dahlia Moss mystery series, and my first book by this author. Wow this book is like riding a crazy roller coaster that never slows down. There are so many quirky characters, that kept me laughing and reading. This book can be read as a stand alone, but I plan to go back and read the first two books in the series because I enjoyed this one so much. If you enjoy quirky and funny mysteries, I suggest you give this book [...]


    4. Humorous, sarcastic, rebellious, but mostly funny. In this third installment of the Dahlia Moss Mysteries, you can expect the unexpected with a twist you wont see coming.Note: I received an ARC for review and an honest and unbiased opinion.


    5. I am very sad to say that this has been my least favorite book in the series. Any references to the geeky computer game world that made the previous Dahlia books so enjoyable were peripheral in this book. Instead, it seemed like a Keystone Cop version of a cliche self-destructing tech start-up company with a murder thrown in for good measure. Whereas the previous two books in the series were heavy on the geek and less on the madcap adventures, this was completely the opposite: not enough geek to [...]


    6. So many trilogies or series that start out strongly fade by the time they near the end fade in quality, fade in consistency, fade in writing, etc. But not Dahlia Moss. Still as enjoyable, geeky, and mysterious as ever (which, honestly - none of this series is *that* mysterious, but they are all really fun!)Max Wirestone writes like I think, so it's natural that I enjoy the chaos and farcical nature of the situations Dahlia keeps finding herself in. In this final (say it ain't so!!!) installment [...]


    7. What is it about?Dahlia Moss is studying to be a private detective. She is still recovering from a concussion when she gets asked to go under cover at an app game writing company in order to investigate how they are so far behind deadline. This is book 3 in the Dahlia Moss series, but you do not have to have read the previous installments for this book to make sense. Everyone including Dahlia gets an introduction. Was it good?The story itself was interesting, although at its climax it had cros [...]


    8. This is the third in the Dahlia Moss series, and the more I read these the more I like them. They are hilarious; they are told in the first person and I adore Dahlia's voice. I don't laugh out loud for many books, but a Dahlia Moss book is a definite choice to read at home, alone, where nobody can hear bursts of maniacal laughter as I follow Dahlia's adventures. Dahlia is approached by a scary, high-powered lawyer to infiltrate a small software company that creates video games and has recently b [...]


    9. A copy of this title has been provided by the publisher VIA NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Quick disclaimer: I did not read the first 2 Dahlia Moss books before tackling this one, but I definitely plan on doing so after enjoying this one.Geek detective Dahlia Moss investigates murder and corporate sabotage at a mobile game start-up while navigating love, friendship, and life in her 20s. The comparisons to Veronica Mars are pretty apt. Moss is sharp, likable, with serious geek cred. P [...]


    10. I am honestly not sure what I think of this book. "Questionable" is right - this book was wild from start to finish. It's super weird, hilarious at times, definitely entertaining but mostly weird.I was thinking it was going to be a mid-grade book, but it's not really. I don't even know how to describe it. At times, it does seem like a middle grade book, but other times it seems more like adult content.It was good, yes, but I'm really just at a loss for words for it. So I'll just say, if you want [...]


    11. I found this installment of the Dahlia Moss series really disappointing, I felt as though this book was missing a lot of the geeky/ fun elements that I really enjoyed in the first two books and threw in way too many winks/ references to the audience. The first two Dahlia Moss books had a more cohesive and well thought out story with well established characters whereas this book seemed frenetic-- and not in an endearing way. A lot of the plot points were rushed through to get to absurd scenes, wh [...]


    12. This series always has the potential to go over the zany edge but Wirestone pulls Dahlia back at the best moment to keep things real. I didn't like the first book, which felt too frenetic for me, but this time around I found it entertaining, There's a lot going on at the new company that's hired Dahlia. The comparisons to Veronica Mars elude me so I can't comment on that (and I suspect that generates a fair amount of comment). I did like the contemporary references. It's a cozy for a different s [...]


    13. This book continues the exploits of gamer-girl, amateur sleuth Dahlia Moss. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and loved how dorky and flawed this character is. Humour is tough to write, and I found myself laughing out loud several times. Dahlia "confides" in the reader, speaking directly to them at times, as if she were actually writing an auto-biography. It was a writing device that worked beautifully, and added to the humour. I found the murder plot-line in a little less satisfying in this book, than i [...]


    14. When I want a cartoon, I’ll find one. When I want a mystery I’ll read one. I don’t need my mysteries full of cartoons. That said, there are some very funny lines in The Questionable. the main character is goofy but smart and very deductive. Everyone else iswell, we’re back to the cartoon. Like I decided to stay away from Pun titles, think I’ll skip this series. If you like The a Thin Man kind of mystery, this might be for you.


    15. This is a great book with a wonderful story and well developed characters. The story flowed very well and was very enjoyable. This book will keep you reading long into the night and you will not want to put this book down until you finish. This was such a great read and full of surprises. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader’s copy of this book. The free book held no determination on my personal review.


    16. Another fun entry in this series! Dahlia again is giving a mystery to solve in a way only she could do. Think Veronica Mars, but not quite as smart, but every bit as lovable! Mysteries don't get more zany than this as one improbable thing after another happens as we head to an ending that is every bit as satisfying as we could have hoped. Now I just have to get the song The Lady in Red out of my head


    17. A quick zany laugh out loud funny read. Dahlia Moss a 20 something wanna be detective gets involved trying to scope out an app developing tech company. Very light, but very enjoyable. Is apparently the third book of a series, I liked it enough to go back and read the first two.



    18. So very very funny. I read this on an airplane and kept snorting outloud and wishing I could share the funny bits with people around me.



    19. As this is my first Dahlia Moss novel, I wasn't quite sure what to expect. The crazy, colorful 8-bit cover gave me a hint but didn't fully prepare me for the wild ride that was inside. Dahlia is our fast-talking, hustler of a heroine who's trying to solve a murder as well as try out corporate espionage for the first time. Full of exhausted programmers sleeping at their desks, mystery pregnancies and a good, old-fashioned Say Anything proposal, I will definitely be going back to the beginning to [...]


    20. This is the third installment of Dahlia Moss mysteries & of course follows Dahlia Moss. Dahlia is a detective in training and she decides to take a sketchy job spying on a game company.I absolutely loved this book. I read the first installment of these books (The Unfortunate Decisions of Dahlia Moss) and absolutely fell in love.  When I saw this one, I knew I had to get my hands on it. This book is told from Dahlia's perspective and is hilarious yet mysterious. I usually do not laugh out lo [...]


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