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You by Caroline Kepnes ePUB Free. When a beautiful, aspiring writer strides into the East Village bookstore where Joe Goldberg works. 'THRILLER OF THE YEAR' Daily MailWhen aspiring writer Guinevere Beck strides into the bookstore where Joe works he is instantly smitten. But there's more to. Read & download You By Caroline Kepnes for Free. PDF, ePub, Mobi Download free read online for your site, iPad, Android, Nook, PC.
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It's violent, it's sexual, it's manipulative, it's appalling, it might be too much for you. But if you're a person like me, who can fucking watch anything and everything and won't be bothered by fucking nothing. The fact that Joe is talking in second person, to Beck, is making this book a lot more creepy and stalky. Hence the way I'm gonna be talking in this review. What amazes me in this book is how fucking normal Joe seems to appear to the world.
If we saw the story from Beck's POV, we would fall in love with him as she did. He's a good looking guy who works in a bookstore yummy , he's funny, he's charismatic, he knows his shit. And beyond everything else This character reminds me of Ted Bundy and now I'm fucking scared. Joe is a character who you want to hate but you can't, at some points. You just feel sorry for him and it's fucking frustrating and wrong.
So wrong. But you can't shake this feeling. And that's how good the author portrayed the character.
When it comes to Beck, the rose of Joe's life, I ain't downloading it. The bitch pissed me off.
She treats people like garbage, she's shallow, egotistical, selfish, and she's never short of an excuse about the shitty and irresponsible shit she's pulling. I can't understand what Joe saw in her. Maybe he saw his flawed self in her. Everyone who is obsessed with Beck, seem to be people with issues. And I guess it depends on the reader and whether you can compare pedophilia with Joe's crimes in You.
I'm not defending Joe's behaviour - he is reprehensible. But, whilst reading You, particularly when Joe and Beck are in their relationship - there is nothing overtly wrong there.
Granted the way he got to their relationship was wrong, and the other crimes he committed while in this relationship cannot be excused, but he is not constantly vile all the time.
Whereas I found the thought processes of Humbert to be disgusting all the time. He is never not a pedophile.
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He is never once not thinking of acting on his awful desires. Again this may be different for different readers, but I couldn't compare the sickening crime of pedophilia with Joe's character here.
Very sexually explicit, with loads of swearing, so bear that in mind if that isn't for you. Overall I was gripped, I needed to know what would happen, and it was a good and shocking ending. I can't wait to pick up the sequel!
So freaky and messed up, just what I was in the mood for! I'm so very excited for the sequel which apparently is up on NetGalley for anybody who can't wait. You Emma Giordano Wow, this read was a trip! You is filled with characters ranging from flawed to downright disturbed. It is immensely though-provoking while remaining entertaining.
It was a book I truly could not get myself to put down.
Second-person can be difficult to successfully execute, but Caroline Kepnes is such a talented writer. Kepnes truly captured the mind of a stalker, while also allowing him to remain human, which was an immensely creepy and twisted experience to unpack.
My only gripe with this story is I found it predictable all-throughout. Once the dynamic between Joe and Beck was established, it was not difficult to assume every major plot point to occur.Chapter 41 Chapter 11 Caroline Kepnes is a genius.
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The Dream Daughter 3 of 6. Silent Victim 3 of 5. Caroline introduces Sam to Poet's Corner, a hidden room and a tight-knit group of misfits who have been ignored by the school at large. A lot more.