Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas

Dangerous Girls

Wow, oh wow! I wasn’t expecting too much going into Dangerous Girls. It has been on my to-reads for a long time and I finally got a chance to read it. What a shock and what a crazy ending!

The book opens with a transcript of a 911 call. A girl is looking for her friend and during the call, the friend is found to be dead. A few chapters later, we find out more about Anna, Elise and Tate. Anna and Elise are best friends and are seniors in high school. Anna and Tate have been dating for the past 7 months. The three and a few other friends go down to Aruba for Spring Break. However, when they are down there Elise is found murdered and Anna becomes the prime suspect and goes on trial.

I love how fast paced and action paced this book was. The book flipped between Then – when Anna and Elise met and later when Anna started dating Tate, Vacation – the start of the teens’ Spring Break in Aruba, and Trial – Anna being on trial for murder. Normally, I favor one story line over the others, but here they all work and they were all very intriguing.

Oh Anna. I related to Anna so much. The book was in first person so it was so easy to connect with Anna and you really felt for her. Here she was alone in prison, on trial for the death of her best friend, with no one left to support her. I was rooting for her so much.

Then there is that ending. Oh boy, what an ending. There are a lot of discussion on Goodreads on what the ending means. I would of liked another chapter more to explain things a bit better, but overall I did the author did a great job throwing the readers completely off.

4 calculators out of a potential 5. Read this!! A book you won’t be able to put down and with an ending that will throw you off!

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