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All Unquiet Things is a book I recommend for both mystery lovers and YA readers.
Many times throughtout the story her writing did not flow together, and at times she used too much exposition, which detracted from the overall effect of the story.
Jarzab is so great at writing characters and plotting out a novel that I didn't believe that this was her debut novel.
Beautifully written and unpredictable. I like how it bounced between Neily and Audrey's point-of-view. It was a complex, mulit-layered book. A great read!Published 5 months ago by Megan Monsen
This was an average-to-bad YA mystery novel. I almost quit when I was not even half-way through, because of the endless dialogues - I got quickly tired of the banter between... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Celine Derudder
I really really enjoyed this book! I was reading it all day yesterday and today. It was so hard to put down to go to bed last night. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Erica Alyson
I have no idea why I don't usually read mysteries. I never really look for them, but when I do read one, I almost always enjoy it - I love the suspense and trying to figure out who... Read morePublished on September 5, 2011 by Hannah @ Paperback Treasures
by Victoria Testa
In the heart of sunny California, a high school is filled with secrets and scandal. Read more
All Unquiet Things is a very deftly written mystery that focuses on characters, but also has a tight and suspenseful plot. Read morePublished on March 5, 2011 by BP
ALL UNQUIET THINGS reminded me of LOOKING FOR ALASKA by John Green, and I don't necessarily mean that in a good way, since LOOKING FOR ALASKA is one of my favorite books. Read morePublished on October 9, 2010 by Anidori-Isilee
This heartrending mystery, with believable and flawed characters, was a welcome relief after all the fantasy romances that are being published right now. Read morePublished on August 12, 2010 by B. Clegg
A year ago, Carly was murdered, and even though they've put someone in jail, no one can forget, least of all Neily, Carly's ex-boyfriend, and Audrey, Carly's best friend. Read morePublished on August 2, 2010 by Rachael Stein