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22gigantes.com - Guilty until proven innocent...Bex has always been her daddy's little girl. After her mother left, it was just the two of them. Sure he spoiled her with clothes and jewelry, but what father doesn't dote on his daughter?Except Bex's dad is alleged to be a notorious serial killer. Dubbed "The Wife Collector" by the press, her father disappeared before he could stand trial. And Bex was left to deal with the taunts and rumors. Foster care is her one chance at starting over, starting fresh.But Bex's old life isn't ready to let her go. When bodies start turning up in her new hometown, the police want to use her as bait to bring her father in for questioning. Is Bex trapping a serial killer or endangering an innocent man?"What a ride!"-April Henry, New York Times bestselling author of The Girl Who Was Supposed to Die on Truly, Madly, Deadly"Well-rounded characters spark with life in this chiller."-Booklist on The Dare
Most helpful customer reviews 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. A suspenseful young adult mystery. (3.5 stars) By K. Branfield Twisted by Hannah Jayne is a suspenseful young adult mystery.Changing her name from Beth Anne Reimer is just the first step for Bex Andrews as she begins a new life in Kill Devil Hills with her new foster family. Seven long months after her grandmother’s death, she is quite eager to leave behind the legacy of her suspected serial killer father. Dubbed “The Wife Collector” by the media, Bex’s dad vanished before he could be tried for his crimes. However, due to the notoriety of the case, Bex and her grandmother were vilified by their neighbors and they essentially lived in seclusion. Now living with a terrific family who have no idea about her past, Bex’s happiness is quickly marred by a series of murders that are eerily similar to ones her father is alleged to have committed ten years earlier.Bex is a relatable yet, extremely frustrating, character. On the one hand, it is impossible not to feel empathy for everything she has endured. She feels responsible for her father’s arrest and she continues to harbor doubts about his guilt even in the face of overwhelming evidence that refutes his claim of innocence. Bex is incredibly naive and extremely gullible which makes her very easy to manipulate. She is also plagued with self-doubts which become tired and repetitive as she constantly lets these fears overrule her common sense. These annoying traits along with her fears, nervous reactions, excessive crying, throwing up and inattentiveness quickly wear thin and make it virtually impossible to like Bex by the time the novel ends.With most of the focus on Bex and her past, the secondary cast of characters suffer from a lack of development. Her foster parents are quite supportive and while it is understandable Bex wants to escape from her past, at some point, she should have confided in them and asked for help. Bex is quickly befriended by some of her new classmates but they remain rather one-dimensional. Her new romance with Trevor moves at lightning speed and although he is quite charming, his character also falls a little flat.The mystery aspect of Twisted is certainly intriguing and Hannah Jayne does an excellent job keeping readers wondering if the current murders are, in fact, connected to The Wife Collector case. However, Bex’s continued belief in her father’s innocence seems highly improbable when all of the evidence against him is revealed. Some of the storyline is certainly eyebrow raising but completely implausible so be prepared to suspend disbelief as the plot unfolds. The conclusion is predictable yet satisfying since all of the loose ends are completely wrapped up.I received a complimentary copy for review. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. A thriller that gave me nightmares By Erin @ Readingwithwrin "She was a new person, at the other side of her home state and about to start a new life. No way was she going to fade into her hoodie and let people think she was a serial killer just because her father was."I’m not even sure how to start this review without giving anything away, but I am going to try my best.Bex is starting a new life, in a new city, with new parents. Ever since her dad was accused of being the “Wife Collector” serial killers daughter she had lived with her grandma, but now that isn’t an option.She’s ready to become Bex a girl who lives a normal life, but that isn’t as easy as it was supposed to be. Because she starts questioning everything and wonders if she will turn out like her father. As she settles into life in her new home, a girl is found dead that looks an awful lot like the “Wife Collectors” signature.This starts Bex’s paranoia and fear of what happened when she was a child."You're Bex Andrews now. Beth Ann stayed in Raleigh. The wife Collector stayed in Raleigh. You're normal now. You have to be normal."Bex tries to keep her past secret from her new parents, friends and boyfriend. But as time goes on and more things start happening it’s impossible to keep it a secret. Especially when someone who knows kind of what it’s like to be her shows up as well.I really liked how this story, not only showed foster care in a positive light, but late adoptions because this isn’t something that is talked much about, especially not in young adult.This book had me convinced multiple times that I knew who the killer was, but then new information would be found out and I would think it was someone else. At one point I even thought that Bex’s paranoia had led her to think/see things that weren’t actually happening. When Bex ended up becoming bait, I got worried that she would be the next victim."Bex typed from the paper, focusing only on the letters and not the words they were making it up. It was better that way; she wasn't part of it then. She was just a receptionist, just typing a slew of letters that formed themselves into words that formed ideas without her."That ending though, I was convinced of something and then had it ripped away last minute. I’m afraid to say anything more because I don’t want to give it away.If you want a good thriller that is YA that will have your heart pounding at times then this is the book for you.I received an e-Arc of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review. Thank you 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Had great potential and held my attention throughout By Chelsea E. Humphrey 3.5 STARS (Rounded to 4 on Goodreads)When her father is accused of being a serial killer, Bex becomes the ultimate bait in this game of cat and mouseBex is ready to start a new life in foster care. There, she won’t be known as a serial killer’s daughter. Though her father was never tried for the murders attributed to “The Wife Collector,” he disappeared after questioning. And Bex struggles with the guilt that she provided the circumstantial evidence that convicted him in the public’s perception—and drove him to abandon her.But when a body turns up in her new hometown, all signs point to the Wife Collector. Bex’s old life isn’t ready to let her go. The police want to use Bex to lure in her father. But is she baiting a serial killer or endangering an innocent man?I’m a bit torn on this one; it was a very intriguing YA novel that sucked me in to the point where there was smoke coming off my fingers from flipping so quickly. Unfortunately, it was a bit predictable and I wish there had been a bit more meat to the story. Hannah Jayne is a brilliant story teller; she knows exactly how to suck you in and force you to give her your undivided attention until she decides you are through reading, which I really like about her books. While this was an enjoyable read for me, I couldn’t really rate it any higher since it wasn’t anything that hasn’t been done before.THINGS I LIKED:*I really loved the foster parent aspect of this book. Bex’s new foster parents, Denise and Michael love her from the first moment as if she was their own. While that might not be realistic, it made for a fantastic reading experience and added a level of depth to the story that isn’t found in many of the YA novels I have read in the past.*Whether it should have or not, this book completely sucked me in and I didn’t want to put it down. The author did a fantastic job of building the suspense over time and keeping my interest.*The little tid bit of romance between Trevor and Bex was actually enjoyable to me; it wasn’t over the top teenage gross, but it added a bit more humanity to the characters in the story.THINGS I WASN’T CRAZY FOR:*Bex was a little too naive to me for someone who had suffered all the media frenzy and hatred she had growing up. I wanted to scream “Why are you so trusting of strangers when your entire life has been mistrusting?!” She seemed a bit immature to me, but I also chalked that up to her being homeschooled most of her life and not having the ability to socialize with others her age.*The ending was a bit meh to me. The book really had me hanging on to every word and then it just kind of all rushed toward the end. It wasn’t the worst ending I’ve seen; it just could have been developed a bit more.*Some of the “lingo” and actions of the teens was a little cheesy. I’m not claiming to be hip with the young crowd, as I’m “old” in relation to that age group, but this is always a hard struggle for books about teenagers. This was just a personal nit pick though and didn’t affect my rating or reading experienceOverall, I enjoyed this one and would recommend to the right reader. It is a crazy fast read that entertained me, so I felt it was successful. I’ll still be looking for more from Ms. Jayne in the future.*I received my copy via Goodreads Giveaway and provided an honest review in exchange. See all 9 customer reviews...
From School Library Journal Gr 9 Up—A fast-paced, exciting thriller full of twists and turns that will keep teens guessing until the very end. Beth Anne Reimer's father might be the serial killer called The Wife Collector. But she doesn't think it can really be true. Beth Anne's father has always treated her well and made sure she had everything she ever wanted—he was the best dad. But 10 years ago, the police took him away. And since then, after his escape, she never heard from him again. Now she is Bex Andrews, and she has a new father, family, and life. And she is hundreds of miles away from being Beth Anne. But just as she starts to get comfortable, signs that point to The Wife Collector start popping up. And she's seeing signs of her father everywhere, too. Could he be back? And could The Wife Collector actually be her father? This is an incredibly quick read that will keep teen readers on the edge of their seats. VERDICT For YA collections looking to expand their thriller offerings.—Caitlin Wilson, Brooklyn Public Library "Jayne's chilling suspense novel will keep readers up all night as they try to decipher what information and characters they can trust. Snippets from the past appear throughout the narrative, giving readers glimpses of Bex's childhood without detracting from present-day events. This is one of those books that readers will race to finish in one day." - RT Book s, 4 Stars"A fast-paced, exciting thriller full of twists and turns that will keep teens guessing until the very end." - School Library Journal"The pace of this story is gripping, a fasten-your-seatbelt kind of tale that is believable and compassionate regarding Bex's teenaged plight... a riveting read with accessible characters and showcases the many trials and tribulations of a typical teenager and her social circle. The dialogue is engaging throughout, and the experience of foster care is given a new spotlight." - VOYA About the Author Hannah Schwartz lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and writes cozy mysteries, young adult fiction, chick lit, and grocery lists that she never seems to remember to bring to the grocery store. Hannah shares a house with two neurotic, feet-attacking cats and has Kryptonite-like weakness for donuts. Visit www.hannahjschwartz.com.
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