You Owe Me a Murder

You Owe Me a Murder

Eileen Cook / Jun 16, 2019

You Owe Me a Murder Seventeen year old Kim gets than she bargained for when she is set up for murder Perfect for fans of One of Us is Lying E Lockhart and Gillian Flynn year old Kim never expected to plot a m

  • Title: You Owe Me a Murder
  • Author: Eileen Cook
  • ISBN: 1328519023
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Seventeen year old Kim gets than she bargained for when she is set up for murder Perfect for fans of One of Us is Lying, E Lockhart, and Gillian Flynn.17 year old Kim never expected to plot a murder But that was before her boyfriend dumped her for another girl Now, Kim s stuck on a class trip to London with him and his new soulmate and she can t help wishing he wa Seventeen year old Kim gets than she bargained for when she is set up for murder Perfect for fans of One of Us is Lying, E Lockhart, and Gillian Flynn.17 year old Kim never expected to plot a murder But that was before her boyfriend dumped her for another girl Now, Kim s stuck on a class trip to London with him and his new soulmate and she can t help wishing he was a little bit dead, even if she d never really do that But when Kim meets Nicki, a stranger on the plane who s than willing to listen to Kim s woes, things start to look up Nicki s got a great sense of humor, and when she jokes about swapping murders, Kim plays along that is, until Kim s ex boyfriend mysteriously dies Blackmailed by Nicki to fulfill her end of the deal, Kim will have to commit a murder or take the fall for one Get A Copy Kindle Store UKOnline StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Hardcover, 368 pages Expected publication March 5th 2019 by HMH Books for Young Readers More Details ISBN 1328519023 ISBN13 9781328519023 Edition Language English Other Editions 1 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Win a Copy of This Book You Owe Me a Murder by Eileen Cook Author Release date Mar 05, 2019 Enter to win a finished copy of YOU OWE ME A MURDER by Eileen Cook Seventeen year old Kim gets than she bargained for when she is set up for Enter to win a finished copy of YOU OWE ME A MURDER by Eileen Cook Seventeen year old Kim gets than she bargained for when she is set up for murder Perfect for fans of One of Us is Lying, E Lockhart, and Gillian Flynn 17 year old Kim never expected to plot a murder But that was before her boyfriend dumped her for another girl Now, Kim s stuck on a class trip to London with him and his new soulmate and she can t help wishing he was a little bit dead, even if she d never really do that But when Kim meets Nicki, a stranger on the plane who s than willing to listen to Kim s woes, things start to look up Nicki s got a great sense of humor, and when she jokes about swapping murders, Kim plays along that is, until Kim s ex boyfriend mysteriously dies Blackmailed by Nicki to fulfill her end of the deal, Kim will have to commit a murder or take the fall for one Enter Giveaway Format Print book

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    Lists with This Book Mystery Thriller 2019 131 books 171 voters Mystery Thriller 2019 97 books 96 voters More lists with this book Community Reviews Showing 1 30 Rating details Sort Default Filter Jan 20, 2019 Kendall rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves 2019, netgalley approved I was super excited to get my approval for You Owe Me a Murder Let me start out by saying I love the title of this book It s catchy and pulls you in right away Kim travels to Europe for a study abroad trip and her ex boyfriend and his new girlfriend happen to be on the same trip Talk about awful But, her luck seems to be arising when she meets a new girl Nicki on the plane and they instantly bond as friends Soon things start to heat up with gossip between Nicki and Kim Nicki suggests that I was super excited to get my approval for You Owe Me a Murder Let me start out by saying I love the title of this book It s catchy and pulls you in right away Kim travels to Europe for a study abroad trip and her ex boyfriend and his new girlfriend happen to be on the same trip Talk about awful But, her luck seems to be arising when she meets a new girl Nicki on the plane and they instantly bond as friends Soon things start to heat up with gossip between Nicki and Kim Nicki suggests that they make a list of why Nicki should murder Kim s ex boyfriend and why Kim should murder Nicki s alcoholic mother Kim laughs off this list and falls asleep on the plane thinking that this is harmless.But, the next thing she knows Kim s ex boyfriend is killed from jumping or being pushed off a train What is going on Who did this and is Nicki somehow involved This was an entertaining wild ride that definitely leaves you on the edge of your seat Eileen does a nice job of adding plenty of suspense to the story but it was a tad predictable for me and knew where the story was going Kim is soon blackmailed by Nicki and this got a bit over the top for me with the back and forth chase The middle to end was lagging a tad for me as well but kept reading because I was hoping for that bang of a buck ending with whiplash But, unfortunately the ending was a big let down for me I felt Eileen took the easy way out with the ending and was hoping for a huge twist Overall, this was entertaining but was just hoping for a little bit in this YA thriller.Thank you to Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Children s Publishing Group for the arc via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.Published to 1 20 19Publication date 3 5 19 flag 41 likesLike see review View all 13 comments Meredith At least it was entertaining Wonderful review, Kendall Jan 21, 2019 05 07PM Mary Beth Traveling Sister Terrific review, Kendall Sorry the ending was a let down Hope your next one is a lot better Jan 27, 2019 08 12PM Oct 21, 2018 Elizabeth rated it it was amazing Tl dr Looking for a contemporary young adult novel that s not afraid to go dark This one s for you And for you too A must must read You Owe Me A Murder seems like a typical ya thriller at first mc, Kim is in the airport waiting to go to London on a trip arranged for high schoolers with her ex, Connor, and his new girlfriend She s miserable and dreading the trip and than a little angry at Connor Yes, this sounds familiar, I know.Then we meet Nicki She s British, on her way home, a Tl dr Looking for a contemporary young adult novel that s not afraid to go dark This one s for you And for you too A must must read You Owe Me A Murder seems like a typical ya thriller at first mc, Kim is in the airport waiting to go to London on a trip arranged for high schoolers with her ex, Connor, and his new girlfriend She s miserable and dreading the trip and than a little angry at Connor Yes, this sounds familiar, I know.Then we meet Nicki She s British, on her way home, and even though she s a year or two older than Kim, she gets it Gets her They talk, have fun, snd Nicki talks her into doing something that leads to something else and wow, do things start happening Unexpected things not plot wise, not at first, but soon there are cracks everywhere in everyone.No one, not Nicki, not Connor, and most interestingly, Kim, is not whom they seem to be I loved that Ms Cook takes the ya thriller genre and gives it a good shove ha couldn t resist and what results is a novel that doesn t just dare to go dark it dives into it.I was interested when I first started reading, but by about two thirds through, I realized I didn t know how it would end and couldn t put the book down I had to keep reading Had to.I mean, there s the expected ya ending the nice neat safe bow but I thought could you Owe Me A Murder go there Would it It does, and even veteran thriller reader me got chills when I reached the end There s no bow, no safety, just a mindblowing, fantastic ending By the end, I was in awe of Kim and than a little afraid of her Of what she did Of what she d done.Of what she might one day do.Last three lines You know what they say Travel changes a person I nodded and gazed out the window He had no idea.Dammmmmmmn Mind blown All the stars for this highly, highly recommended novel that dares to be different That knows there s darkness in all of us flag 13 likesLike see review View all 8 comments Oct 16, 2018 Olivia The Candid Cover rated it really liked it Shelves 2019 releases, young adult, wishlist wednesday 2019, arc 4.5 StarsReview to come flag 5 likesLike see review Jan 14, 2019 Sha rated it liked it Shelves young adult, realistic fiction, mysteries, 2019 Disclaimer I received this ARC courtesy of HMH Teen through advanced distribution at YALLFest I am grateful for the opportunity to review an ARC for my readers, but this will not influence my final rating All opinions expressed in this review are my own and based solely on the book The combination of short sentences better, in my opinion, for academic writing than fiction and lack of emotionalism just did me in This style holds up throughout the book, which made it hard for me to care abo Disclaimer I received this ARC courtesy of HMH Teen through advanced distribution at YALLFest I am grateful for the opportunity to review an ARC for my readers, but this will not influence my final rating All opinions expressed in this review are my own and based solely on the book The combination of short sentences better, in my opinion, for academic writing than fiction and lack of emotionalism just did me in This style holds up throughout the book, which made it hard for me to care about everything happening As a character, Kim is said to be very analytical and smart, so this could be a reflection of her personality It just didn t work for me.FULL REVIEW coming March 4 2019 flag 2 likesLike see review Dec 18, 2018 Kelly rated it it was amazing OMG THIS BOOK Eileen Cook has done it again with her newest psychological thriller For fans of twisty, fast paced books with complicated characters, You Owe Me a Murder, is right up your alley A modern take on Strangers on a Train for our time It s so clever ans constantly kept me guessing I really related to Kim, but Nikki was so much fun I d love to see a sequel to this.5 STARS flag 2 likesLike see review Oct 18, 2018 Rebecca rated it liked it Shelves mystery, ya While this feels like it could be tightened up in the middle there s a little too much of Kim fretting, which doesn t add to the suspense the twists are good and the story largely fascinating It was the perfect book to read while home sick flag 2 likesLike see review Jan 02, 2019 Chelsea B rated it liked it To start, the title is complete perfection Catchy, punchy, and fitting I loooove it.The book itself, not quite as much I feel much the same as I did after reading With Malice unsatisfied But also the same with With Malice, I applaud Eileen Cook s wonderful, easy to read writing, and her skill to make a slow burn pace still entertaining But the middle section WAS a good deal slow, and I would have completely forgiven that if the ending had been worth it, but for me, it lacked After all the To start, the title is complete perfection Catchy, punchy, and fitting I loooove it.The book itself, not quite as much I feel much the same as I did after reading With Malice unsatisfied But also the same with With Malice, I applaud Eileen Cook s wonderful, easy to read writing, and her skill to make a slow burn pace still entertaining But the middle section WAS a good deal slow, and I would have completely forgiven that if the ending had been worth it, but for me, it lacked After all the build up I wanted to feel punched in the gut with something shocking As it was, it was a lighthearted slap Surprising, but not the million exclamation points, what the hell just happened, shocking ending that I was expecting But I did like it, and I do think it s worth reading for yourself It s not at all a bad book I really love her writing, the characters are interesting and distinct, and who knows, the ending might very well be that exclamation point, what the hell just happened, shocking ending YOU want I do think I enjoyed this a bit than With Malice, so my rating is 3.5 stars flag 1 likeLike see review Oct 06, 2018 Ashlynn rated it really liked it You Owe Me a Murder is a fun and suspenseful thriller set to the backdrop of my favorite city in the world London Anyone who has traveled as a student, particularly if you ve hit up the UK, will relate to the set up and the group dynamics though thankfully none of my previous EF trips have included murder Similar to a Gillian Flynn novel, You Owe Me a Murder is made for younger fans of murder mystery Perfect for anyone who enjoyed Maureen Johnson s Name of the Star or Truly Devious You Owe Me a Murder is a fun and suspenseful thriller set to the backdrop of my favorite city in the world London Anyone who has traveled as a student, particularly if you ve hit up the UK, will relate to the set up and the group dynamics though thankfully none of my previous EF trips have included murder Similar to a Gillian Flynn novel, You Owe Me a Murder is made for younger fans of murder mystery Perfect for anyone who enjoyed Maureen Johnson s Name of the Star or Truly Devious series flag 1 likeLike see review Oct 25, 2018 Olivia Wildenstein rated it it was amazing A tailspin of a mystery complete with an unlikeable main character who somehow turns out endearing.I haven t read an unreliable narrator story in almost a year now, and this one didn t disappoint It was riveting Every time you think you have it figured out, the author throws you off with a new reveal.Thank you to the publisher for the advanced copy flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 31, 2019 Meredith Ann rated it liked it Shelves arc, young adult An enjoyable read Eileen Cook has a way with mystery thrillers for the teen set and it shows here The prose mirrored the main character perfectly and readers will feel like they re in her head Some of the reveals I figured out in advance but the main one at the end, I was genuinely not expecting that flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 12, 2019 Alexa rated it really liked it YOU OWE ME A MURDER is a solid page turner whose high concept plot kept me in constant suspense It s the classic Strangers on a Train conceit two strangers meet and agree to swap murders Except our protagonist, Kim, never actually agree she thought they were joking, Nicki, the stranger she meets on a plane, does not.Nicki was frustratingly menacing, and that s a compliment I was SO UPSET with her at every turn, and my brain was twisting, re what on Earth could Kim do What would I do in YOU OWE ME A MURDER is a solid page turner whose high concept plot kept me in constant suspense It s the classic Strangers on a Train conceit two strangers meet and agree to swap murders Except our protagonist, Kim, never actually agree she thought they were joking, Nicki, the stranger she meets on a plane, does not.Nicki was frustratingly menacing, and that s a compliment I was SO UPSET with her at every turn, and my brain was twisting, re what on Earth could Kim do What would I do in the situation ultimately Kim does something fairly similar to what I would have done, ish Nicki s an excellent antagonist, though as is the case with many thrillers with a super fast paced denouement, I would have loved digging in even further into her identity motives, etc at the very end Kim is an interesting protagonist There was enough specificity love the angle with her mommy blogger mom to grasp onto her and relate to her, but she was also general YA heroine enough that most readers should be able to relate to her Meaning, she s meant to be a socially awkward nerd, and I got enough of that to relate to because, uh, that s me but she s not FULL ON socially awkward nerd, if that makes sense She s readable and followable.Connor, her ex, is a massive douchebag, as expected Alex, her love interest, is adorable and I love him No complaints there The side characters on their student tour were barely present, same with Tasha the tour guide, which makes sense given the pace of the novel, though I do wonder if there might have been some opportunities to ground us in the reallness of the student tour mid book I ve been a student in London and Kim felt super disconnected from her program I m SHOCKED they let her skip so many activities, honestly My quibbles are with a few of Kim s decisions and where the narrative went The key for me when I m reading a thriller is logical choices balanced ever so carefully with the occasional irrational slip from an imperfect heroine in order to propel the story forward It s highly subjective, and for me one of Kim s early choices as it related to telling Alex something so that the police detectives could be involved really stretched logic for me It made me think Kim was kind of dumb Also FLOORED she never tried even once to use Google fu to track down info on Nicki that would have been my first move And then there s one specific twist at the end, a brief interlude where Kim is questioning her own sanity that really stretched believeability for me But These aren t dealbreakers.I m still sitting with the ending and how I feel about it Ultimately it feels like the only logical conclusion, but I m also unsure I don t want to say for fear of spoilers, but I expect the ending may be divisive among some readers.If you re looking for a high concept YA thriller that reads fast, I recommend YOU OWE ME A MURDER It s a fun, diverting read with great stakes Thank you to HMH and NetGalley for providing an ARC for review flag Like see review Jan 27, 2019 Kidlitter rated it liked it A DRC was provided by Edelweiss for a fair and honest review.A quick read for teens that features a Canadian high schooler plunged unwillingly into a murder pact with an English girl she meets on the plane to London The book is obviously an homage to Patricia Highsmith s 1950 novel Strangers On A Train, which was made into a memorably creepy Hitchcock film Kim, the Canadian teenager and bitter ex girlfriend of a boy who is also along for their student trip abroad, is both dryly intelligent abo A DRC was provided by Edelweiss for a fair and honest review.A quick read for teens that features a Canadian high schooler plunged unwillingly into a murder pact with an English girl she meets on the plane to London The book is obviously an homage to Patricia Highsmith s 1950 novel Strangers On A Train, which was made into a memorably creepy Hitchcock film Kim, the Canadian teenager and bitter ex girlfriend of a boy who is also along for their student trip abroad, is both dryly intelligent about her life, and increasingly bewildered and hysterical after his death, which only she suspects was at the hands of Nikki, the acquaintance, and psychology specialist who appears to be manipulating Kim s very existence Cook s dispassionate writing style suits these tropes well, and the bonding of women over booze and relationship woes that can curdle into toxicity is convincingly portrayed in the opening scenes There are several plotholes that gape ever wider as the story progresses and threaten the whole, chiefly the lack of engagement with the London setting, and the heroine s ability to navigate around a country she s never visited before The lack of interest in her movements shown by all adults concerned stretched this reader s credulity, particularly after the possible murderous death of a fellow student Kim is obviously developed as unreliable female narrator but at times she just seems hysterical, which though an appropriate response to her circumstances, doesn t support the idea she may be able to turn the tables on Nikki The book has real appeal for teens who enjoy dark psychological thrillers and who not afraid to experience adolescent characters at their worst This sort of thing works best if the ride runs smoothly and You Owe Me a Murder has a few hitches, but it will be an easy one to make for Reader s Advisory, though I would throw in a recommendation to read Highsmith and to watch some Hitchcock as well flag Like see review Jan 26, 2019 Danielle rated it really liked it Shelves vine, ya, ya mystery thriller Eileen Cook has become one of my favorite go to YA thriller authors Her books are great for have page turning twists and You Owe Me A Murder is no exception.Overall, I really enjoyed this novel Kim is the main character here She is on a school trip to London that her boyfriend and his new girlfriend are also on She meets Nikki on the plane and they bond over their dislike towards Kim s ex and Nikki s mother A few days into the trip, Kim s ex is killed and it becomes evident that there is so Eileen Cook has become one of my favorite go to YA thriller authors Her books are great for have page turning twists and You Owe Me A Murder is no exception.Overall, I really enjoyed this novel Kim is the main character here She is on a school trip to London that her boyfriend and his new girlfriend are also on She meets Nikki on the plane and they bond over their dislike towards Kim s ex and Nikki s mother A few days into the trip, Kim s ex is killed and it becomes evident that there is some foul play and Nikki could have done it Will Kim owe Nikki a murder You ll have to read the book to find out.Even though, Kim isn t entirely likable she lies a lot and is quite clingy I did find myself hoping she would come out of the situation right There is some romance in this novel but it isn t the main focal point I really did enjoy the thriller aspect of the book I flew through the last two hundred pages in one afternoon.A great book for fans of thrillers Book received through the Vine Program flag Like see review Sep 30, 2018 Jenn rated it liked it Shelves own, arc I received a digital ARC of this title from Edelweiss for an honest review.Kim is on a study abroad trip with her ex boyfriend and his new girlfriend and she couldn t be miserable But on the plane, she meets Nicki and they bond instantly But after downing most of a bottle of stolen vodka, Nicki suggests that that she murder Kim s ex and Kim can murder her mother, an alcoholic drowning in her addiction Kim falls asleep and when she wakes up, it s time to land and Nicki is back in her seat I received a digital ARC of this title from Edelweiss for an honest review.Kim is on a study abroad trip with her ex boyfriend and his new girlfriend and she couldn t be miserable But on the plane, she meets Nicki and they bond instantly But after downing most of a bottle of stolen vodka, Nicki suggests that that she murder Kim s ex and Kim can murder her mother, an alcoholic drowning in her addiction Kim falls asleep and when she wakes up, it s time to land and Nicki is back in her seat Kim assumes it was all harmless, drunken letting off of steam, but when her ex dies after jumping or being pushed in front of a train, Kim s not so sure Nicki thinks it s a joke.A modern Strangers on a Train for young adults, this one will keep you on the edge of your seat You absolutely know what s going to happen here, but the prose is very readable and interesting There are no surprises here, but you ll enjoy it all the same flag Like see review Oct 05, 2018 Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves netgalley What a great read This is my second book by Eileen Cook and like With Malice, it kept me guessing about how things were going to work out Kim is heading to London on a trip with other students, including her ex boyfriend Connor While at the airport she meets Nicki, with whom she instantly connects After drinking and getting a little wild on their plane ride, Kim creates a list of reasons her ex needs to die When things take a tragic turn, Kim wonders if Nicki was involved and begins to get What a great read This is my second book by Eileen Cook and like With Malice, it kept me guessing about how things were going to work out Kim is heading to London on a trip with other students, including her ex boyfriend Connor While at the airport she meets Nicki, with whom she instantly connects After drinking and getting a little wild on their plane ride, Kim creates a list of reasons her ex needs to die When things take a tragic turn, Kim wonders if Nicki was involved and begins to get swept into a psychological mystery This was a great read and I know my freshman will enjoy the suspense and mystery of it all I loved the way the story was told and was very happy with the way the author paced things out for the reader I am definitely looking forward to another book by this author Thank you netgalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for my honest opinion flag Like see review Oct 16, 2018 Quinn rated it liked it Shelves young adult Thanks to Netgalley for the advanced copy in exchange for an honest review I want to preface this review with the fact that for the most part, I enjoyed this book Murder, mystery, intrigue, and all set in the UK It was meant to be a winner for me The implausibility of the plot and things that occur in the novel, however, kept me from enjoying this book fully The author does a great job of pacing and of describing and unfolding events themselves, but for me the events of the book just weren t Thanks to Netgalley for the advanced copy in exchange for an honest review I want to preface this review with the fact that for the most part, I enjoyed this book Murder, mystery, intrigue, and all set in the UK It was meant to be a winner for me The implausibility of the plot and things that occur in the novel, however, kept me from enjoying this book fully The author does a great job of pacing and of describing and unfolding events themselves, but for me the events of the book just weren trealistic However, this book has A LOT to offer teens I d market it as a Gone Girl or a Girl on the Train for the younger set I have a bunch of readers in my library who will eat this title up and ask for and I definitely intend to purchase it for my library it just wasn t my cup of tea flag Like see review Oct 28, 2018 Brittany rated it liked it Thank you for the ARC I received from Net Galley in exchange for a fair and honest review.Ugh, the ending killed this one for me It was so easy, such a cheat It made me feel horribly let down because a lot of the book was actually pretty okay I went back and forth between 3 and 4 stars, but at best this book only really deserves 3.5 Parts of it are kind of ridiculous It s basically about a book smart girl who is incredibly clingy think Isla Fisher in Wedding Crashers and insecure I know Thank you for the ARC I received from Net Galley in exchange for a fair and honest review.Ugh, the ending killed this one for me It was so easy, such a cheat It made me feel horribly let down because a lot of the book was actually pretty okay I went back and forth between 3 and 4 stars, but at best this book only really deserves 3.5 Parts of it are kind of ridiculous It s basically about a book smart girl who is incredibly clingy think Isla Fisher in Wedding Crashers and insecure I know it s a thriller novel, but honestly, the summary of her character that I wrote out above is of a plot summary than anything relating to the crime It s clearly supposed to be that way the real thriller is less about who dun it than what will a person do and while I really like the concept, I think it could have been explored in a interesting way flag Like see review Oct 18, 2018 Bookworm LLC rated it liked it Shelves cindy bookshelf What would you do if your boyfriend dumped you for another girl and you had to go on a school trip with both of them What would you do if while on the air plane a gal you met at the airport said you should write down why you would want to kill your ex boyfriend but just as a game Would you play along And what would you do if your ex boyfriend was killed while on this school trip to London right in front of you in the exact manner as you had written down on that airplane This is the situation What would you do if your boyfriend dumped you for another girl and you had to go on a school trip with both of them What would you do if while on the air plane a gal you met at the airport said you should write down why you would want to kill your ex boyfriend but just as a game Would you play along And what would you do if your ex boyfriend was killed while on this school trip to London right in front of you in the exact manner as you had written down on that airplane This is the situation Kim finds herself in and she knows who killed him And now that gal wants Kim to follow through with her kill list Will Kim do it Does she have what it takes to commit murder flag Like see review Dec 09, 2018 Isabelle rated it did not like it This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here DNF the characters making these long shot assumptions bothered me so much Like when Connor died and one girl just started blaming the main character because she had gotten into an argument with him before he died I would get if if the argument was explosive and intense but it was petty and minor Also when the main character, Kim, just started assuming Niki killed Connor She didn t even see Niki anywhere near the scene So why would she assume that Like that s a stretch flag Like see review Oct 22, 2018 Jaclyn rated it it was amazing OMG this is so, so good I couldn t put it down It s an exciting twisty thriller, but than that it s a compelling character centric story Kim is such an awesome heroine relatable but also with a fantastic character arc from terror to sheer kickassery Nicki is coldly manipulative, and makes for a believably formidable villain And I just love how awesomely nerdy and sweet Alex the love interest is Thanks Raincoast Books for the ARC flag Like see review Jan 31, 2019 Jessica Gadd rated it liked it We were sent an ARC of You Owe Me A Murder from Raincoast Books.You Owe Me A Murder is a contemporary YA thriller about a young girl named Kim who travels abroad and gets wrapped up in a murder pact she desperately wants out of I thought this was a fast paced book with lots of twists and turns Loved the story line and it kept us interested throughout I do wish the ending had a bit excitement but all in all a good book flag Like see review Dec 23, 2018 Kim Raccoon rated it really liked it It s been a while since I sat and read a book in a single sitting This was definitely engaging, interesting, and suspenseful The twists were pretty shocking and clever The ending, however, felt a little too neatly wrapped up.This was a pretty good installment for a YA thriller There is the typical YA love interest, however it feels appropriate to the story and is definitely not the focus flag Like see review Oct 06, 2018 Kat rated it really liked it Shelves good, e arc, teen card, ya over 15 NetGalley YouOweMeaMurder EileenCookAfter reading the synopsis, I knew this one would be a fun read I wasn t wrong A spin on the Strangers on a Train story, Eileen Cook keeps the reader on the edge of their seat with twist and turns through out the book Young adults will love the suspense thriller aspects of the novel A definite worth reading book to finish out 2018 flag Like see review Dec 18, 2018 Rachel Seigel rated it really liked it The ending was a bit too tidy, but otherwise a suspenseful and engaging story flag Like see review Oct 09, 2018 Emily rated it really liked it Interesting ending flag Like see review Nov 25, 2018 Mundie Moms Mundie Kids rated it liked it Shelves 2018 reading challenge, 2019 release, mundie moms reviews I m torn between 2.5 stars and 3 Full review to come.Thank you to the publisher for sending me an arc this book to read flag Like see review Gillian rated it really liked it Dec 14, 2018 Sep 18, 2018 Ari added it Shelves arc galley or author Review closer to the release date flag Like see review View all 3 comments Sep 25, 2018 Meghan rated it it was amazing Shelves library I was intrigued right away when I heard about this book because this book by the description reminded me of a book I just reviewed called Now You See Her by Lisa Leighton but this book was way intense than I thought which kept me on the edge of my seat.You Owe Me a Murder focuses on a girl named Kim, who just got dumped by her boyfriend Connor for another girl Miriam and she is force to go on a class trip to London with her class with him and his new girl She catches up with a few of her c I was intrigued right away when I heard about this book because this book by the description reminded me of a book I just reviewed called Now You See Her by Lisa Leighton but this book was way intense than I thought which kept me on the edge of my seat.You Owe Me a Murder focuses on a girl named Kim, who just got dumped by her boyfriend Connor for another girl Miriam and she is force to go on a class trip to London with her class with him and his new girl She catches up with a few of her classmates including her new friend Nancy who becomes her buddie that she vents out to until her ex boyfriend Connor disappears This book will definitely do well in our young adult section and just like Now You See Her they will immediately fall in love with the story and that is why we give it 5 stars flag Like see review Ashley rated it it was amazing Sep 21, 2018 previous 1 2 next new topicDiscuss This Book There are no discussion topics on this book yet Be the first to start one Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Readers Also Enjoyed

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        Eileen Cook spent most of her teen years wishing she were someone else or somewhere else, which is great training for a writer You can read about Eileen, her books, and the things that strike her as funny at eileencook Eileen lives in Vancouver with her husband and two dogs and no longer wishes to be anyone or anywhere else.


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    1. I was super excited to get my approval for You Owe Me a Murder Let me start out by saying I love the title of this book It s catchy and pulls you in right away Kim travels to Europe for a study abroad trip and her ex boyfriend and his new girlfriend happen to be on the same trip Talk about awful But, her luck seems to be arising when she meets a new girl Nicki on the plane and they instantly bond as friends Soon things start to heat up with gossip between Nicki and Kim Nicki suggests that I was [...]


    2. Tl dr Looking for a contemporary young adult novel that s not afraid to go dark This one s for you And for you too A must must read You Owe Me A Murder seems like a typical ya thriller at first mc, Kim is in the airport waiting to go to London on a trip arranged for high schoolers with her ex, Connor, and his new girlfriend She s miserable and dreading the trip and than a little angry at Connor Yes, this sounds familiar, I know.Then we meet Nicki She s British, on her way home, a Tl dr Looking [...]



    3. Disclaimer I received this ARC courtesy of HMH Teen through advanced distribution at YALLFest I am grateful for the opportunity to review an ARC for my readers, but this will not influence my final rating All opinions expressed in this review are my own and based solely on the book The combination of short sentences better, in my opinion, for academic writing than fiction and lack of emotionalism just did me in This style holds up throughout the book, which made it hard for me to care abo Discla [...]


    4. OMG THIS BOOK Eileen Cook has done it again with her newest psychological thriller For fans of twisty, fast paced books with complicated characters, You Owe Me a Murder, is right up your alley A modern take on Strangers on a Train for our time It s so clever ans constantly kept me guessing I really related to Kim, but Nikki was so much fun I d love to see a sequel to this.5 STARS


    5. While this feels like it could be tightened up in the middle there s a little too much of Kim fretting, which doesn t add to the suspense the twists are good and the story largely fascinating It was the perfect book to read while home sick.


    6. To start, the title is complete perfection Catchy, punchy, and fitting I loooove it.The book itself, not quite as much I feel much the same as I did after reading With Malice unsatisfied But also the same with With Malice, I applaud Eileen Cook s wonderful, easy to read writing, and her skill to make a slow burn pace still entertaining But the middle section WAS a good deal slow, and I would have completely forgiven that if the ending had been worth it, but for me, it lacked After all the To sta [...]


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