Hello lovelies. How are you? Today’s blog is my review on the Book Everything You Want Me to Be by Mindy Mejia. Please leave me a comment down below letting me know if you have read this boom and if so what are your thoughts on this book. Hope you have a great day.
Average Rating: 3.84 stars
Genre: Mystery Thriller
Narrator: Various Narrators
Length: 10 hours and 44 minutes
No one knows who she really is…
Hattie Hoffman has spent her whole life playing many parts: the good student, the good daughter, the good girlfriend. But Hattie wants something more, something bigger, and ultimately something that turns out to be exceedingly dangerous. When she’s found brutally stabbed to death, the tragedy rips right through the fabric of her small-town community.
It soon comes to light that Hattie was engaged in a highly compromising and potentially explosive secret online relationship. The question is: Did anyone else know? And to what lengths might they have gone to end it? Hattie’s boyfriend seems distraught over her death, but had he fallen so deeply in love with her that she had become an obsession? Or did Hattie’s impulsive, daredevil nature simply put her in the wrong place at the wrong time, leading her to a violent death at the hands of a stranger?
Full of twists and turns, Everything You Want Me to Bereconstructs a year in the life of a dangerously mesmerizing young woman, during which a small town’s darkest secrets come to the forefront…and she inches closer and closer to death.
Evocative and razor-sharp, Everything You Want Me to Bechallenges you to test the lines between innocence and culpability, identity and deception. Does love lead to self-discovery—or destruction?
- Entertaining read.
- Hooked me from the start.
- I like how there was multiple perspectives so you get a lot of character aspect.
- I really liked the story as a hole. About a teenage girl playing a bunch of different parts for people.
- The writing was well done.
- I loved the narrators for all of the different characters.
- I loved how the main character Hattie was morally grey. It makes her relatable.
- I guessed who the murderer was. I wanted it to be a little bit more unpredictable.
- The romance in this book made me feel very uncomfortable.
Characters – 4 stars
Writing – 4 stars
Pacing – 4 stars
Narrator – 4 stars
Enjoyment – 4 stars
Overall – 4 stars
I would recommend this book.
“Every book changes you in some way, whether it’s your perspective on the world or how you define yourself in relation to the world.”
― Mindy Mejia,