The Hand on the Wall (Truly Devious, #3)
Ellingham Academy must be cursed. Three people are now dead. One, a victim of either a prank gone wrong or a murder. Another, dead by misadventure. And now, an accident in Burlington has claimed another life. All three in the wrong place at the wrong time. All at the exact moment of Stevie’s greatest triumph . . .She knows who Truly Devious is. She’s solved it. The greatest case of the century.At least, she thinks she has. With this latest tragedy, it’s hard to concentrate on the past. Not only has someone died in town, but David disappeared of his own free will and is up to something. Stevie is sure that somehow—somehow—all these things connect. The three deaths in the present. The deaths in the past. The missing Alice Ellingham and the missing David Eastman. Somewhere in this place of riddles and puzzles there must be answers.Then another accident occurs as a massive storm heads toward Vermont. This is too much for the parents and administrators. Ellingham Academy is evacuated. Obviously, it’s time for Stevie to do something stupid. It’s time to stay on the mountain and face the storm—and a murderer.In the tantalizing finale to the Truly Devious trilogy, New York Times bestselling author Maureen Johnson expertly tangles her dual narrative threads and ignites an explosive end for all who’ve walked through Ellingham Academy.New York Times bestselling author Maureen Johnson delivers the witty and pulse-pounding conclusion to the Truly Devious series as Stevie Bell solves the mystery that has haunted Ellingham Academy for over 75 years.

The Hand on the Wall (Truly Devious, #3) Details

TitleThe Hand on the Wall (Truly Devious, #3)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJan 21st, 2020
PublisherKatherine Tegen Books
ISBN-139780062338112
Rating
GenreMystery, Young Adult, Contemporary, Thriller, Mystery Thriller

The Hand on the Wall (Truly Devious, #3) Review

  • Nilufer Ozmekik
    January 1, 1970
    They say: “Third time is a charm” and when I agree: because third book of the series is the BEST WRITTEN, RIVETING, EXCITING, ENTERTAINING, A GREAT TRIBUTE TO AGATHA CHRISTIE BOOKS!The weakest thing about Truly Devious series is lack of adorable, likable characters but you slowly get used to their quirkiness, strange antics and their asocial manners. Stevie is adorably weird, introvert, die-hard fan of crime thriller podcasts, cold cases from the past (I’m not talking about younger version of They say: “Third time is a charm” and when I agree: because third book of the series is the BEST WRITTEN, RIVETING, EXCITING, ENTERTAINING, A GREAT TRIBUTE TO AGATHA CHRISTIE BOOKS!The weakest thing about Truly Devious series is lack of adorable, likable characters but you slowly get used to their quirkiness, strange antics and their asocial manners. Stevie is adorably weird, introvert, die-hard fan of crime thriller podcasts, cold cases from the past (I’m not talking about younger version of myself. This is Stevie!) and Alice Ellingham’s kidnapping case is her big obsession that slowly gnaws at her. (Yes she cannot take a shower, wearing same clothes every day) I also loved Nate from the beginning who is also socially disturbed, geek but he wrote a book and made so much money, of course he is my favorite. And asshole David gets disappeared at the nearly end of the second novel. He already earned too many punching me against the face and keep on doing for days points from me! And yes, at this new book, he was still pretentious douchebag and treating Stevie so mean and unfair. But he gets jealous, spying on Hunter and Stevie like a hawk and follow Stevie at everywhere. I wanted to scream at his face: “Make a decision! Do you hate or like her?”The strongest thing about the book: The mystery behind Alice’s kidnapping and how it reflects the future of Ellingham Academy and the weird murder cases. ( yes, there are three murders now) At the second book Stevie solved the mystery and she thought she found whodunit but guess what: there are so many secret layers and missing pieces of the puzzle. As we resume our reading the results were so surprising and unforeseen! So now there is snow storm, the school is closed, everybody will be sent to their homes. Of course Stevie doesn’t want to go because leaving Ellingham Academy means she will return back her miserable life and her terrible anxiety attacks. Then a miracle happens, asshole David comes back with stolen tablets from his father’s office to find some dirt against his campaign and he needs help of his friends (let’s say classmates because I’m not sure this cocky boy carries any kind of friendly genes.) and he presents it like a weekend mountain hideout! Vi: Janelle’s girlfriend intrigued because Vi doesn’t want douchebag David’s evil douchebag father to become their president. Best friend Nate stays because of Stevie. Hunter has nowhere to go and Janelle reluctantly stays because of girlfriend. So yes, they hid in the school to solve the mystery. They cannot go anywhere and there is a murderer still out there. Oh actually, he or she is actually in the academy with them and guess what….Nooooo, you’re gonna read and learn what happens next.I had entertaining time. This book was real unputdownable, mysterious, captivating and the better ending of the trilogy. And you know what: I think I’d love to read more adventures of Stevie! Finally I learned to love her and her quirky lovely friends. I gave first book : 3 starsSecond book was much better: 4 starsThird book: 4.25 (yes asshole David ate 0.75 points! And poor Stevie has real crush on him!)Overall: Two mysteries from past and present intertwined impeccably. Fast pacing, enjoyable, Hercule Poirot-ish, riveting YA adult mystery. I highly recommend it to genre fans.
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  • emma
    January 1, 1970
    if i die tonight, it's for one of the following reasons:1) one of the murderers in this book got to me. (somehow crossed the bounds of fiction.)2) i passed away from thirst, because i finished my water while reading this but was too scared to get out of bed and get more. (see: real murderers point, above.)review to come / 3.5 stars--------------IT'S HAPPENING.I HAVE THIS BOOK IN MY HANDS, I AM ABOUT TO OPEN IT, IT IS HAPPENING. AAAAAAAH!!!!!!!!!!------------- if i die tonight, it's for one of the following reasons:1) one of the murderers in this book got to me. (somehow crossed the bounds of fiction.)2) i passed away from thirst, because i finished my water while reading this but was too scared to get out of bed and get more. (see: real murderers point, above.)review to come / 3.5 stars--------------IT'S HAPPENING.I HAVE THIS BOOK IN MY HANDS, I AM ABOUT TO OPEN IT, IT IS HAPPENING. AAAAAAAH!!!!!!!!!!-------------2020????!?!?!?!?!?!!!?!??!?!?!!??!!??!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!??!?!?!???!?!!!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!!??!??!?!!???!!??!
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  • Camile Souza (This Chamber of Books)
    January 1, 1970
    At the end of The Vanishing Stair it says this book will apparently be called The Hand on the Wall??Whatever the name is, I'm bitter that I have to wait till next year to read it after yet another cliffhanger. The life of a reader is not a fair one.
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  • TheYALibrarian
    January 1, 1970
    I was warned The Vanishing Stair ended on a cliffhanger. Did it stop me from finishing it in a few days? NO AND I REGRET NOTHING AND REGRET EVERYTHING AT THE SAME TIME!!!! FFFFFFFUUUUUCCCCCKKKKKK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Update 1/21/20Rating 5 StarsGot to have this for the holiday weekend and wow...what a fucking ride. I didn't want a second of it to end. More review to come I think I just need to go sob in the corner for a while...
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  • megs_bookrack
    January 1, 1970
    Update 1/2/19: Preorder has been placed, now the countdown to arrival begins...O.M.G.Stop.Hold up.It's GREEEEEEEEEEEEEEN!!!!!My prayers have been answered.
  • Mariah
    January 1, 1970
    To quote the best character in this series:“ARE YOU TRYING TO MAKE ME HAVE AN EMOTION???”If you are like me and while you enjoyed the first two books in the series, you were kind of bored through most of it: I urge you to pick this up!First, you get the satisfaction of finishing a series, seeing it through to the end. Second - this one actually had me on the edge of my seat for more than just the cliffhanger!Stayed up until 2:30AM to see it through and am now sitting at my work desk at 7:25AM, To quote the best character in this series:“ARE YOU TRYING TO MAKE ME HAVE AN EMOTION???”If you are like me and while you enjoyed the first two books in the series, you were kind of bored through most of it: I urge you to pick this up!First, you get the satisfaction of finishing a series, seeing it through to the end. Second - this one actually had me on the edge of my seat for more than just the cliffhanger!Stayed up until 2:30AM to see it through and am now sitting at my work desk at 7:25AM, clutching a cup of coffee for dear life, but not regretting my life choices.
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  • Reading_ Tam_ Ishly
    January 1, 1970
    Here's my 5 parts of the trilogy:The 2nd half of the 1st bookThe whole of the 2nd book (minus David, of course)The first half of the 3rd bookWell, it's worth binge reading! And it's so interesting and fast paced that you won't take much time reading each book (don't get fooled by the number of pages!).Why the last one is not a perfect 5 read for me:I still couldn't stand David and Stevie together. The romance was so out of place. And I simply couldn't understand why the author tried to force Here's my 5 🌟 parts of the trilogy:✨The 2nd half of the 1st book✨The whole of the 2nd book (minus David, of course)✨The first half of the 3rd bookWell, it's worth binge reading! And it's so interesting and fast paced that you won't take much time reading each book (don't get fooled by the number of pages!).Why the last one is not a perfect 5 🌟 read for me:I still couldn't stand David and Stevie together. The romance was so out of place. And I simply couldn't understand why the author tried to force some 5 or 6 chapters in the later half unnecessarily dragging the plot. The mystery is not much of a brainer. It feels like it's been there all along. It failed to blow my mind and hair away. But somehow it's okay. It's not a big issue when the characters are this lively, the plot is built thick with details and the ending always satisfying with a sense of closure. Basically, I would have loved it more if the romance was between Nate and...(ok, I won't talk about this. Better write a fanfic or something 🙄)I just couldn't get enough of Albert Ellington of the 1930s and Nate of the 2010s. One made me lose my mind and the other made me pee laugh.I wish there were more parts of Nate. In the dragging chapters and the few important chapters where almost every other character was there, Nate was forgotten. It was just not fair. (My review writing skills have gone nil I can sense it☝️ but a reader has to say what she has to say as she got unnecessarily attached to a few characters)Stevie, the main character; the true crime fanatic; the compulsive reader; the one with anxiety; the one who made the trilogy possible: I liked her for her undying commitment till the end. Somehow I don't feel anything for her.(Am I a robot?)No. It's just that I liked the 4-5 villains in the story much more. They appeared more real and human to me. The side characters were amazing. It's just that the two main characters lacked the X factor for me. I liked the dirty secrets of the high society of the past as well as the present happening in the books much more than the actual murder mysteries. Overall, it's a very well developed plot.The humour parts are well done. Every scene with Nate is worth it!Another most favourite character has been Janelle. She's smart, realistic, geeky, outspoken and openly in a GL relationship with Vi. She is just dynamic.I appreciate the moments of our two main characters making stupid decisions together in the last book. I feel like Stevie loses her sense of intuition/decision making whenever she is with David. (I even thought of rating this book a three star because of a few chapters having them which seemed quite forced and unnecessary.)But the villains saved the day!Omg!What a ride! For me, the second book's still the BEST✨
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  • Ari
    January 1, 1970
    Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Amazon | B&N "But that's what clues are.Clues are junk. They're things that fly off the carwhen it gets into an accident.Murder is messy, and you have to use garbage to figure outwhat's going on." I was nineteen-years-old when I read Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None for the first time, and I am eternally grateful to my uncle for suggesting it to me. Since then, I recommend it to everyone who's a book lover. I get mixed responses on that recommendation: Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Amazon | B&N "But that's what clues are.Clues are junk. They're things that fly off the carwhen it gets into an accident.Murder is messy, and you have to use garbage to figure outwhat's going on." I was nineteen-years-old when I read Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None for the first time, and I am eternally grateful to my uncle for suggesting it to me. Since then, I recommend it to everyone who's a book lover. I get mixed responses on that recommendation: “But I don't like mystery.” Read And Then There Were None. Trust me. “The book was published so long ago, is it even any good?” Read it (Also, why does the book's age matter?) “Ugh, a book about people stuck in a house? Does anything even happen?” What doesn't happen in that house! Read it and find out. No matter the argument, the novel is still worth the reader's time. Even if it's just to experience the author's talent.The Truly Devious trilogy brought to mind all of the cozy, warm, indulgent vibes that reading Christie's masterpiece gave me years ago. Coming to the end of The Hand on the Wall was bittersweet.Stevie Bell has joined the ranks of my favorite fictional characters. Stevie, with her anxiety, and her obsession with mysteries and crime, and her ability to just zone the world out while she works a whodunit problem in her head. She led this story so well, and seeing her during the last few chapters of The Hand on the Wall, among the others in that Great House, personifying her own version of the incredible Hercule Poirot to bring forth the culprit and present her case just made me...proud. Maureen Johnson's subtle little way of bringing together ten people and sticking them into a house in the middle of a blizzard while a murderer roamed free and they're cut off from everyone else outside of the school was the ideal ode to a classic.From the get-go, we've wanted to know what happened to Alice Ellingham. That has been everyone's goal—both those in-story and the readers'. I wasn't surprised to find out what Alice's outcome really was, though it was still heartbreaking. George Marsh's punishment did not come in the form of Albert and what he did to the two of them on that boat. Marsh's punishment was in finding his own daughter.There is so much sneaking, so many lies, so much weaving to get through so that one finds the truth. But Johnson did a good job of slowly untangling the web for us. That's why mysteries are so much fun: you start at the confounding problem laid out before you, and little by little work your way back to the beginning, learning all the facts as you go. My only complaint from these novels, including the last, is that the pacing is now and again off. Something detracts from the main story that leaves you thinking “Was that really necessary?” In this one, it was the whole debacle with King. It's a nice addition to the overall plot, and it ties up things with at least one character (David, in this case) but it makes you go over this hiccup mid-storytelling that interrupts the otherwise smooth flow. It wrapped up well in the end, but the intrusion of it was not well-placed.Characters are exceptional—I wish I would've had a Nate and Janelle in my life at Stevie's age—the reveal of our modern-day murderer was incredibly satisfying to find (although ever so slightly anti-climatic, again, I feel that this was due to pacing), and the setting... In a story like this, setting is everything. Ellingham Academy with its twists and turns, its history, and how far away from the rest of the world it is, could not have been a better choice. It's a playground for a riddle of this caliber.I'm going to miss these books, but it was well worth the wait to come to a close in this story.
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  • kelly ♥
    January 1, 1970
    2020...... i could be dead by then stevie will have to solve MY murder
  • April (Aprilius Maximus)
    January 1, 1970
    1.) Truly Devious 2.) The Vanishing Stair .53.) The Hand on the Wall .75----------------------------------------------- 1.) Truly Devious ★★★★★2.) The Vanishing Stair ★★★★.53.) The Hand on the Wall ★★★★.75-----------------------------------------------
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  • Maryam
    January 1, 1970
    “𝙄𝙩 𝙬𝙖𝙨 𝙩𝙞𝙢𝙚 𝙩𝙤 𝙜𝙖𝙩𝙝𝙚𝙧 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙨𝙪𝙨𝙥𝙚𝙘𝙩𝙨, 𝙡𝙞𝙠𝙚 𝙩𝙝𝙚𝙮 𝙙𝙞𝙙 𝙖𝙩 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙚𝙣𝙙 𝙤𝙛 𝙚𝙫𝙚𝙧𝙮 𝙢𝙮𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙧𝙮.” For once in my bookworm life I read a book directly after it was released and I’m glad I did because I loved The Hand on the Wall!I literally ate it up and could not put it down. It’s highly enjoyable, mysterious and captivating and we finally got the answers! Definitely my favorite out of the trilogy. In Truly Devious I struggled with liking the characters, especially the main character, Stevie. But throughout the “𝙄𝙩 𝙬𝙖𝙨 𝙩𝙞𝙢𝙚 𝙩𝙤 𝙜𝙖𝙩𝙝𝙚𝙧 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙨𝙪𝙨𝙥𝙚𝙘𝙩𝙨, 𝙡𝙞𝙠𝙚 𝙩𝙝𝙚𝙮 𝙙𝙞𝙙 𝙖𝙩 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙚𝙣𝙙 𝙤𝙛 𝙚𝙫𝙚𝙧𝙮 𝙢𝙮𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙧𝙮.” For once in my bookworm life I read a book directly after it was released and I’m glad I did because I loved The Hand on the Wall!I literally ate it up and could not put it down. It’s highly enjoyable, mysterious and captivating and we finally got the answers! Definitely my favorite out of the trilogy. In Truly Devious I struggled with liking the characters, especially the main character, Stevie. But throughout the trilogy I’d gotten used to their quirky and strange personalities and in this book I liked them so much. Stevie is not a sweet, fun character; she’s interested in crime and the big Ellingham case so she came off as a bit..detached. But I think her personality matched the storyline and her purpose in it so perfectly😍Though one character I didn’t like is David. He was such an asshole to Stevie and I didn’t want her to have a crush on him. Though he kind of redeemed himself at the end.The best thing about these books is the mystery; the Ellingham case. And I saw it so clearly in this book because everything started to come together and make sense. I started connecting things that happened in the previous books with what was revealed in this one and the puzzle pieces started to find each other. So entertaining. Maureen’s ability to connect the past as in the Ellingham case in the past and Stevie trying to solve it at Ellingham Academy in the present was so good and on point. I’m happy with all the revelations that we got and how the trilogy came to an end. In some mystery novels, the ending (where things would normally be revealed) often came off as cramped and like a race to the end but in this one the pace in which everything started to come together was great. I couldn’t see this trilogy ending in any other way..❤️Order of the books how I liked them:The Hand on the Wall: ✩✩✩✩Truly Devious: ✩✩✩✩The Vanishing Stair: ✩✩✩
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  • Cori Reed
    January 1, 1970
    I DEEPLY love this series. I feel like so many aspects of so many characters felt like home. Even the setting felt like home! I do not think it is a perfect mystery, and I don't think the characters have perfect relationships, but it's real in a messy life kinda way.
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  • Tucker
    January 1, 1970
    WE HAVE A COVER. I had a feeling it would follow the Red, Blue and Green of YA rule*********You know what this means.... We won't know what happens until 2020| Goodreads | Blog | Twitch | Pinterest | Buy this book
  • linda ❃ (flourishreader)
    January 1, 1970
    note to self: never start a mystery series ever again until the series is complete ever again.*meanwhile has 154512 mystery books that are 1st in a new series*also: they know we suffer already so they put higher prices on books that are last in a series.
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  • prag ♻
    January 1, 1970
    okay, new rule.no adding untitled books from series i haven't even read.like, what is wrong with me??
  • Nia •ShadesOfPaper•
    January 1, 1970
    I’m not sure if I’ll be able to function until I have this book in my hands because holy shit that cliffhanger
  • Ashley
    January 1, 1970
    Star Rating: —> 4.5 StarsSo... The Truly Devious conclusion was Truly Delightful!(Get it? Get it? I know, the wit, how can you even take it?) Anyway, my outstanding wit aside...Surprised? I was too! The finale of this book trio not only wasn’t in the 3 star range, but I enjoyed it so much that it scored 4 and a HALF stars from me! That kind of bump up in overall enjoyment was an amazing gift, especially because I can’t NOT read the rest of the books ffcin a series, even if i don’t LOVE the Star Rating: —> 4.5 StarsSo... The Truly Devious conclusion was Truly Delightful!(Get it? Get it? I know, the wit, how can you even take it?) Anyway, my outstanding wit aside...Surprised? I was too! The finale of this book trio not only wasn’t in the 3 star range, but I enjoyed it so much that it scored 4 and a HALF stars from me! That kind of bump up in overall enjoyment was an amazing gift, especially because I can’t NOT read the rest of the books ffcin a series, even if i don’t LOVE the first book. Theres always SOMETHING to like and that something hooks me and thats it. I am OCD about finishing books that I start, and finishing series I start**.:-DI really loved this, guys! If you’re in the middle of the series but stopped at book 2 because you felt truly devious wasn’t for you, i urge you to keep reading! If you haven’t read any, well, you can binge all 3 and you’ll probably be way more satisfied with the first two books as well ! The ending was truly satisfying and actually GREATLY enjoyable... and everything FINALLY MAKES SENSE! Plus... non stop action & adventure! Revelations aplenty! Definitely recommend. Fast paced, really fun, quick read. Well worth it all, IMO! Everything was more than alright by me, in the end! 😉[**RE: The OCD thing- I’ve started putting books i’m just not quite in the mood for at the moment on my “on hold” shelf (which is sort of like dnf I suppose but shh don’t tell my brain that lol), with every intention of returning to it at a later date. I am very much a mood reader so this is super necessary; I don’t want to end up in a book slump just because i’m too stubborn to put something down that I just can’t get into at the moment. Don’t ever force yourself into a slump like i’ve done in the past! If you don’t want to dnf books, I highly suggest adding an “on hold” shelf to your featured shelves, so that you can easily come back to the book when you are ready to. Sorry, I know this doesn’t really pertain to this specific book, but I thought it may be helpful and necessary info for OCD mood readers such as I!]______________________01/21/2020:Here’s to hoping this isn’t as mediocre as the first two 🤞🏻 haha. It comes in the mail tomorrow !
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  • hyacinth
    January 1, 1970
    maureen could’ve put all these in one book maureen could’ve put all these in one book 🤦‍♀️
  • Amber (Books of Amber)
    January 1, 1970
    It was nice to get some closure! I still think this series could have been condensed into two books.Full review to come.
  • Natalia R
    January 1, 1970
    A very satisfying conclusion to a great trilogy! If you enjoy murder mysteries set in boarding schools, then I highly recommend the Truly Devious series.
  • Kate
    January 1, 1970
    4.5/5starsI LOVE THIS SERIES SO MUCH. These books really do flow together SO perfectly its basically just reading one big mystery story. I LOVED how this wrapped up and I loved how many little things we figured out along the way but the BIG reveal was kept a secret. I love how these are written in dual POVs from the past and present and I LOVE our characters SO MUCH.I had only two things that brought this from a 5 to a 4.5 star but they are both spoilers: (view spoiler)[I disliked that the 4.5/5starsI LOVE THIS SERIES SO MUCH. These books really do flow together SO perfectly its basically just reading one big mystery story. I LOVED how this wrapped up and I loved how many little things we figured out along the way but the BIG reveal was kept a secret. I love how these are written in dual POVs from the past and present and I LOVE our characters SO MUCH.I had only two things that brought this from a 5 to a 4.5 star but they are both spoilers: (view spoiler)[I disliked that the character Hunter didn't come to much? He was just kinda THERE - I really thought he could have been a big, important character, but he just simply wasn't...Charles killing himself was LAME. (hide spoiler)]Overall, I shouldn't have loved this series just simply based on the target demographic and my dislike of straight mystery books (rather than thriller/supernatural/horror mysteries) but I ADORED this series and I'm so happy I got to experience them as they were coming out!
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  • Ashley
    January 1, 1970
    This series was a wild ride and I'm very sad its over!!!! i loved this setting so much -- it's a school I would have died to go to when I was a teen (and probs also now tbh lol) I'm conflicted whether i liked knowing about the past before stevie/the present gets the info. On one hand I loved the dual timelines, but we obviously get vital info before it catches up to the present which can be kind of annoying in a mystery. There were plenty of other twists tho, don't get me wrong. (view spoiler)[ This series was a wild ride and I'm very sad its over!!!! i loved this setting so much -- it's a school I would have died to go to when I was a teen (and probs also now tbh lol) I'm conflicted whether i liked knowing about the past before stevie/the present gets the info. On one hand I loved the dual timelines, but we obviously get vital info before it catches up to the present which can be kind of annoying in a mystery. There were plenty of other twists tho, don't get me wrong. (view spoiler)[ ngl i was slightly disappointed with the big bad reveal. It just wasn't as shocking as what i was hoping for i guess. also kind of wish we didn't kno about the adoption until the very end??? i think i would have died if that was the final twist. (hide spoiler)]Overall, loved it. would def read another mystery from maureen 100%
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  • Davina Herondale
    January 1, 1970
    22. January 2020Guys, when I say I finished this by both audiobook and physical copy bc I had school and a 20 minute drive would NOT come between me and this amazing story, ya girl isn't lying. Now that being said, I gotta RTC bc I have to wake up at 4 tomorrow morning for work and that thought alone makes me sad ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~15. October 2019yall i need this yesterday
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  • Samm | Sassenach the Book Wizard
    January 1, 1970
    RTC!!!!!
  • Drewthereader20
    January 1, 1970
    I finished this book last night but forgot to update that I finished it because I was too tire. Lol. Stood up till 2am to finish this! 1) Truly devious 4/5 2) The Vanshing stairs 3.5/5 3) The hand on the wall 4.5/5
  • ;3
    January 1, 1970
    im sad tf
  • Emma
    January 1, 1970
    Perfect! Loved everything about it. Perfect series.
  • Maggie
    January 1, 1970
    5 starsI loved it and I'm sad that it's over.
  • Pragya
    January 1, 1970
    Finally, Alice's mystery is solved. This has been a splendid mystery trilogy. The story (past and present) were amazingly put up together. The plot, twists and suspense will keep you hooked.Stevie is a combination of Sherlock and Nancy Drew. Stevie's anxiety made me learn more about anxiety as I have never read much about it in books.There were so many times I was pissed at David.The story has been concluded really good.
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  • Isabel
    January 1, 1970
    TW: anxiety & panic attacks3.5I am officially a Nate stan.
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