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Book ↠ ↠ Karen McQuestion Ly escapes and her attacker is arrested but he takes his life in jail before he can offer an explanation for his crime When his mother contacts Angie begging forgiveness on her son's behalf the girl agrees to meet with her in hopes of finding answers to t Favorite was a good novel though better suited for a younger teen audience This was my first venture into Karen’s work and I was very eager to read Favorite after reading the description This book was nothing like I was expecting at all but in a good way I was expecting a much lighter read but what I got was a dark thrilling mystery that changes the entire life of a 16 year old girl foreverKaren Mcuestion has a particular way of writing that is crisp and fresh and very into the teenage mind The main character Angie had a way of thinking that was very young adult which wasn’t always a good thing because it got her into a dangerous and sticky situation that could have cost her lifeThe entire time I was reading Favorite I had a pretty good sense of what was going to happen next Karen created a brisk moving plot that never lagged and kept me wanting to know what happened next Her writing style was crisp and refreshing not overly descriptive but just descriptive enough to paint a clear pictureNone of the characters really stood out to me but in general they were a good cast of characters It was just such a uick read only 170 pages that I didn’t get too emotionally invested with them I give this novel 3 out of 5 stars

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Favorite Book ç Download ¼ Karen mcquestion · Five years have passed since sixteen year old Angie Favorite's mother disappeared without a trace Since that day Angie has managed to go through the motions of everyday life until the summer morning when she's abducted from a mall parking lot Angie narrowly escapes and her attac He seemingly random attack But when she arrives at the family's massive estate she is overcome by an unshakeable sense of forebodingPart thriller part coming of age tale Favorite is an engrossing young adult novel in which nothing and no one is as it seem If you write a book from the first person perspective of a 16yo at least try to sound like a 16yo

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FavoriteFive years have passed since sixteen year old Angie Favorite's mother disappeared without a trace Since that day Angie has managed to go through the motions of everyday life until the summer morning when she's abducted from a mall parking lot Angie narrow 35 starsAngel Favorite wakes up at the hospital thinking about the day her mother disappeared and how she lost her mother her father and her home within days The last thing she remembers is some strange man dragging her from the parking lot telling her there's something she needs to see Her attacker was arrested but as he committed suicide in his cell she's left without any explanation But Mrs Bittner his mother wants to apologize telling her how mentally disabled Scott wasn't a bad person She invites her to the family's massive estate but things become awkward when the old woman starts mentioning her mother the castle becomes a trap and she discovers that the tower holds secrets This had me hooked from the beginning but especially when Angel meets Mrs Wittner and plot picks up from there But that's also when it started splitting into parts I liked and parts I didn't There is this strange feeling as soon as they step into the castle but Angel behaves poorly towards the woman that just lost her son and wants to make up to her Even though it later turned out to be right it came from competely different thought than I had Then again Angel distrusting the old woman the staff and everything else feels natural because the strangeness was well transportedIt was a crisp journey through the teenage mind which might explain some of her behaviour But there's also the others behaving far from what I expected them to Parts of this really made me angry Like how can no one do anything about the crazy old lady keeping them hostage? That gives a ridiculous aftertaste to the dark mysterious vibes But all in all I did like the characters The father still waiting for his band to succeed but doing his best and the sweet grandma on her honeymoon cruise But also Mike and even Mrs Bittner Hank and Trudy All pretty simply drawn because it's a short uick read but they make a good cast And when the secret is revealed and Angel discovers what's hidden in the tower the pieces fit and come together to a well made mystery Especially the tragedy of poor Scoot who always just wanted to help and meant well It could have been a great story if told somewhat differently But it's not bad and might have been even better had I read it 10 years ago