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As Dead as it Gets (Bad Girls Don't Die series Book 3) Kindle Edition
|Length: 453 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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|Age Level: 10 - 14|
|Grade Level: 7 - 17|
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Alexis is a high school nonconformist. She doesn't have any close friends and is not involved in school activities. She does speak her mind but this mostly lands her in hot water. Her one true love is photography. She comes from a dysfunctional family. A father who would rather be anywhere else but home, a mother who is a workaholic, and a younger sister that is getting stranger by the day.
Alexis is worried about her sister, Kasey. Kasey doesn't remember things, she steals other student's genealogy reports and sometimes her blue eyes turn green. Also their house is acting strange, cold air coming from the vents when AC is off, water boiling on the stove when burner is off, doors opening and closing on their own. Is she going crazy?
Alexis gets help from two unlikely sources, a popular cheerleader, Megan, and the class president, Carter, who just might become her boyfriend. With their assistance Alexis begins to unravel the story's mystery, Kasey is possessed and the spirit that possesses her is out to get revenge by way of murder.
The story is well written, the pace is right, and there is plenty of suspense. Alexis makes a good protagonist. Even though her family is not perfect she loves them and will do anything to protect them, even go up against a murdering spirit. As Alexis gets to know Megan and Carter she learns a very good lesson that you can't judge a person just by their "title", cheerleader or class president.
The one thing I found disappointing was that the book was told through Alexis so we don't get any insight to what Kasey was going through.
I highly recommend this book and I plan on reading any other titles in this series.
I could easily devote a whole essay on how much I liked Alexis - even though it took her eons to figure out something that I'd got from the get-go, but hey, she didn't get a blurb of her own life - and how different she was from most other YA main characters. She wasn't a mary sue, nor was she one of those "anti-mary sues", girls so tough you can practically see their penises, no. Alexis is just a girl who's not very easy to be dealt with, but then again, neither are most people around her. And when her little sister Kasey starts acting weird - weirder than usual - she realizes something, something dangerous, is up.
I'll stop here because I could gush about this book all day long and not make my point across, so I'll just say that if you like YA's, or if you just like horror or even if you just like awesome main characters that act like real people, THEN YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO READ THIS BOOK RIGHT HERE. NOW. READ IT NOW. I DARE YOU.