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Reviews of How To Play Dead

valerian70
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20/12/2019 – 08:14

Superwoman

3.5 Stars I found that I enjoyed this book less and less as it went on. Initially it was...

beckyboo1989
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15/12/2019 – 10:49

Haunting

•REVIEW• How to play Dead by @jacquiannc_ This story follows Ria as she juggles running a...

thosedarkpages
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13/12/2019 – 15:52

Predictable

After reading the First Look of How to Play Dead, I was super excited to actually win a copy. The...

deemzzy
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09/12/2019 – 18:23

Gripping.

I loved Jaqueline Ward's last novel so it didn't surprise me that I enjoyed this one just as...

ania
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06/12/2019 – 19:55

Extremely important!

How to Play Dead is an incredibly important book that I think everyone should read. It's a...

lisa
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02/12/2019 – 22:41

Underwhelming

This story focussed on Ria. She is the manager of a woman’s refuge and is used to being the...

tonic95
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01/12/2019 – 20:47

Good read

This book was hard to get into at first, trying to understand what you were to expect. The...

cgeorge83
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30/11/2019 – 20:14

Loved This!

This will be a difficult read for some and I will say now that this book is most certainly not...

janet
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26/11/2019 – 18:02

Good

I was looking forward to this having read her first novel and I was not disappointed. Another...

aidenclark96
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26/11/2019 – 16:39

Compelling

I was totally engrossed in this dark novel focused on domestic violence. Ria Taylor is the...

drshimmy
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26/11/2019 – 11:58

Great potential

This book was really well written and it was full of suspense. The main character Ria, who...

chrissy02
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26/11/2019 – 10:16

Liked It

This centers around a woman named Ria Taylor who runs "Safe Me" a refuge for women suffering from...

blondedee
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25/11/2019 – 20:57

Not for me

After reading the description I was really looking forward to reading this book but,...

lynelleb
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25/11/2019 – 13:28

Chilling

Imagine finding out someone is watching you. Imagine that they watch your every move. That they...

angep1969
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23/11/2019 – 17:18

Not for me

I love a good psychological thriller, it's probably my favourite genre, but I really struggled to...

jp
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22/11/2019 – 22:28

Good But Not My Style

The book seems to tick all the right boxes. Interesting topic, good cover, well written, good...

booksbytheboats
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21/11/2019 – 17:01

Brilliant

REVIEW 💫 ‘The truth is no one is looking for me. There is no one.’ - How To Play Dead by...

sarahlou54
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21/11/2019 – 16:25

Great Read

So I have just finished this book This book is centred around domestic abuse and rape and in...

gaddjade
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21/11/2019 – 14:15

Gripping

This was the first book I’ve read by the author Jacqueline Ward and I will certainly be keeping...

bgrillo
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19/11/2019 – 16:56

OMG

What a fantastic book of strength, love, family and friendship. The battles that Ria had to...

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