Neverworld Wake

Neverworld Wake

Once upon a time, back at Darrow-Harker School, Beatrice Hartley and her six best friends were the cool kids, the beautiful ones. Then the shocking death of Jim?their creative genius and Beatrice's boyfriend?changed everything. One year after graduation, Beatrice is returning to Wincroft?the seaside estate where they spent so many nights sharing secrets, crushes, plans to c Once upon a time, back at Darrow-Harker School, Beatrice Hartley and her six best friends were the cool kids, t...

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Title:Neverworld Wake
Author:Marisha Pessl
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Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:Neverworld Wake
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Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:327 pages pages

Neverworld Wake Reviews

  • karen
    Apr 26, 2017

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

  • Nikki (Saturday Nite Reader)
    Jul 16, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

    4.5 Great, but deserved a more shocking ending. Huge content warning for suspected suicide, & repeat suicide attempts/discussion. ...

    Trust me, no one is more disappointed than I am right now. Considering that Night Film is one of my top three books of all time, I was so excited to get my hands on an early copy of Pessl?s third novel. I didn?t hate it, and I was engaged throughout the book. However, I think...

    ***SPOILERS HIDDEN*** Marisha Pessl?s third book is her first offering not only in the young adult genre but also science fiction, and it?s a success. The story is a balanced blend of the solid (a murder-mystery element) and the fantastical (the ?Neverworld? sci-fi element, ...

    I don't usually write long reviews, but I started to type up everything that was annoying me about this book, so here you go. Yeah, it's rambling and whatever. I'm just so disappointed that the author of one of my favorite books (Night Film) wrote this... The Plot I noticed a ...

    It?s so easy to hate the pretty one, worship the genius, love the rock star, trust the good girl. That?s never their only story. We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back...

    I am confusion. ...

    Rtc ...

    what if the secret history, but time travel? ...

    I really enjoyed this book. It was well-crafted and you can tell it was thought out right down to every detail. The reason why it lost a star is that it was a little hard to get into. I had to read the first few chapters before I was really invested with the story. Highly recom...

    Plot: 2.5 stars Narrator: 4 stars I am not sure if I would have had a different experience with the story had I chose to read it versus listen to it; there was too much going on. I found myself losing interest and it was almost a DNF had I not wanted to figure out what the heck was...

  • Maxwell
    Jun 20, 2017

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

  • Carlos
    Jul 15, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

    4.5 Great, but deserved a more shocking ending. Huge content warning for suspected suicide, & repeat suicide attempts/discussion. ...

    Trust me, no one is more disappointed than I am right now. Considering that Night Film is one of my top three books of all time, I was so excited to get my hands on an early copy of Pessl?s third novel. I didn?t hate it, and I was engaged throughout the book. However, I think...

    ***SPOILERS HIDDEN*** Marisha Pessl?s third book is her first offering not only in the young adult genre but also science fiction, and it?s a success. The story is a balanced blend of the solid (a murder-mystery element) and the fantastical (the ?Neverworld? sci-fi element, ...

    I don't usually write long reviews, but I started to type up everything that was annoying me about this book, so here you go. Yeah, it's rambling and whatever. I'm just so disappointed that the author of one of my favorite books (Night Film) wrote this... The Plot I noticed a ...

    It?s so easy to hate the pretty one, worship the genius, love the rock star, trust the good girl. That?s never their only story. We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back...

    I am confusion. ...

    Rtc ...

    what if the secret history, but time travel? ...

    I really enjoyed this book. It was well-crafted and you can tell it was thought out right down to every detail. The reason why it lost a star is that it was a little hard to get into. I had to read the first few chapters before I was really invested with the story. Highly recom...

    Plot: 2.5 stars Narrator: 4 stars I am not sure if I would have had a different experience with the story had I chose to read it versus listen to it; there was too much going on. I found myself losing interest and it was almost a DNF had I not wanted to figure out what the heck was...

    Though generically a YA, Neverworld Wake should appeal to older readers; it certainly does to this one. It is the book that I?d waited for Marisha Pessl to write, a school-story version of Donna Tartt?s The Secret History with teen-aged characters and set in New England. Pessl has ...

    New releases this year... What's going on? Loved the idea behind this, couldn't care less about the characters. As a result, didn't really care much for the novel overall, which is sad because Night Film is one of my favorites books. The writing style didn't do much for me either, a...

    3.5 stars? This book was so weird that I still don?t know which genre this is or what the book was actually about. It was really addicting as the story is divided into three parts that each have an introduction, plot arch and a semi-resolution, so it?s easy to identify the stru...

    I liked this book a lot , from the setup to the settings and to all of the minor characters and the plot. It was such a wild ride listening to this audiobook, I had read some reviews and thought it was going to be a poor read but I was pleasantly surprised. ...

  • Rachel
    Jul 03, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

    4.5 Great, but deserved a more shocking ending. Huge content warning for suspected suicide, & repeat suicide attempts/discussion. ...

    Trust me, no one is more disappointed than I am right now. Considering that Night Film is one of my top three books of all time, I was so excited to get my hands on an early copy of Pessl?s third novel. I didn?t hate it, and I was engaged throughout the book. However, I think...

    ***SPOILERS HIDDEN*** Marisha Pessl?s third book is her first offering not only in the young adult genre but also science fiction, and it?s a success. The story is a balanced blend of the solid (a murder-mystery element) and the fantastical (the ?Neverworld? sci-fi element, ...

    I don't usually write long reviews, but I started to type up everything that was annoying me about this book, so here you go. Yeah, it's rambling and whatever. I'm just so disappointed that the author of one of my favorite books (Night Film) wrote this... The Plot I noticed a ...

  • unknown
    Mar 19, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

    4.5 Great, but deserved a more shocking ending. Huge content warning for suspected suicide, & repeat suicide attempts/discussion. ...

    Trust me, no one is more disappointed than I am right now. Considering that Night Film is one of my top three books of all time, I was so excited to get my hands on an early copy of Pessl?s third novel. I didn?t hate it, and I was engaged throughout the book. However, I think...

    ***SPOILERS HIDDEN*** Marisha Pessl?s third book is her first offering not only in the young adult genre but also science fiction, and it?s a success. The story is a balanced blend of the solid (a murder-mystery element) and the fantastical (the ?Neverworld? sci-fi element, ...

    I don't usually write long reviews, but I started to type up everything that was annoying me about this book, so here you go. Yeah, it's rambling and whatever. I'm just so disappointed that the author of one of my favorite books (Night Film) wrote this... The Plot I noticed a ...

    It?s so easy to hate the pretty one, worship the genius, love the rock star, trust the good girl. That?s never their only story. We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back...

    I am confusion. ...

    Rtc ...

    what if the secret history, but time travel? ...

  • Caroline
    May 16, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

    4.5 Great, but deserved a more shocking ending. Huge content warning for suspected suicide, & repeat suicide attempts/discussion. ...

    Trust me, no one is more disappointed than I am right now. Considering that Night Film is one of my top three books of all time, I was so excited to get my hands on an early copy of Pessl?s third novel. I didn?t hate it, and I was engaged throughout the book. However, I think...

    ***SPOILERS HIDDEN*** Marisha Pessl?s third book is her first offering not only in the young adult genre but also science fiction, and it?s a success. The story is a balanced blend of the solid (a murder-mystery element) and the fantastical (the ?Neverworld? sci-fi element, ...

  • Raeleen Lemay
    Jun 21, 2017

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

  • Heather
    Oct 09, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

  • Larry H
    Jul 29, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

  • Sara (sarawithoutanH)
    Sep 24, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

  • Michael
    May 22, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

    4.5 Great, but deserved a more shocking ending. Huge content warning for suspected suicide, & repeat suicide attempts/discussion. ...

    Trust me, no one is more disappointed than I am right now. Considering that Night Film is one of my top three books of all time, I was so excited to get my hands on an early copy of Pessl?s third novel. I didn?t hate it, and I was engaged throughout the book. However, I think...

    ***SPOILERS HIDDEN*** Marisha Pessl?s third book is her first offering not only in the young adult genre but also science fiction, and it?s a success. The story is a balanced blend of the solid (a murder-mystery element) and the fantastical (the ?Neverworld? sci-fi element, ...

    I don't usually write long reviews, but I started to type up everything that was annoying me about this book, so here you go. Yeah, it's rambling and whatever. I'm just so disappointed that the author of one of my favorite books (Night Film) wrote this... The Plot I noticed a ...

    It?s so easy to hate the pretty one, worship the genius, love the rock star, trust the good girl. That?s never their only story. We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back...

    I am confusion. ...

  • Edward  Lorn
    Jun 10, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

  • Trina (Between Chapters)
    Aug 26, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

    4.5 Great, but deserved a more shocking ending. Huge content warning for suspected suicide, & repeat suicide attempts/discussion. ...

  • Tori (InToriLex)
    Jun 03, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

    4.5 Great, but deserved a more shocking ending. Huge content warning for suspected suicide, & repeat suicide attempts/discussion. ...

    Trust me, no one is more disappointed than I am right now. Considering that Night Film is one of my top three books of all time, I was so excited to get my hands on an early copy of Pessl?s third novel. I didn?t hate it, and I was engaged throughout the book. However, I think...

    ***SPOILERS HIDDEN*** Marisha Pessl?s third book is her first offering not only in the young adult genre but also science fiction, and it?s a success. The story is a balanced blend of the solid (a murder-mystery element) and the fantastical (the ?Neverworld? sci-fi element, ...

    I don't usually write long reviews, but I started to type up everything that was annoying me about this book, so here you go. Yeah, it's rambling and whatever. I'm just so disappointed that the author of one of my favorite books (Night Film) wrote this... The Plot I noticed a ...

    It?s so easy to hate the pretty one, worship the genius, love the rock star, trust the good girl. That?s never their only story. We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back...

    I am confusion. ...

    Rtc ...

    what if the secret history, but time travel? ...

    I really enjoyed this book. It was well-crafted and you can tell it was thought out right down to every detail. The reason why it lost a star is that it was a little hard to get into. I had to read the first few chapters before I was really invested with the story. Highly recom...

    Plot: 2.5 stars Narrator: 4 stars I am not sure if I would have had a different experience with the story had I chose to read it versus listen to it; there was too much going on. I found myself losing interest and it was almost a DNF had I not wanted to figure out what the heck was...

    Though generically a YA, Neverworld Wake should appeal to older readers; it certainly does to this one. It is the book that I?d waited for Marisha Pessl to write, a school-story version of Donna Tartt?s The Secret History with teen-aged characters and set in New England. Pessl has ...

    New releases this year... What's going on? Loved the idea behind this, couldn't care less about the characters. As a result, didn't really care much for the novel overall, which is sad because Night Film is one of my favorites books. The writing style didn't do much for me either, a...

    3.5 stars? This book was so weird that I still don?t know which genre this is or what the book was actually about. It was really addicting as the story is divided into three parts that each have an introduction, plot arch and a semi-resolution, so it?s easy to identify the stru...

    I liked this book a lot , from the setup to the settings and to all of the minor characters and the plot. It was such a wild ride listening to this audiobook, I had read some reviews and thought it was going to be a poor read but I was pleasantly surprised. ...

    Content Warning: Suicide, Murder, Mental Illness, Drug Use This book pulled me out of my reading slump because I had such a good time with this book. Beatrice/ Bee sets out to find answers from her ex-group of friends about her boyfriend Jim , who died suddenly. After a night ...

  • Bill Kupersmith
    Jun 09, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

    4.5 Great, but deserved a more shocking ending. Huge content warning for suspected suicide, & repeat suicide attempts/discussion. ...

    Trust me, no one is more disappointed than I am right now. Considering that Night Film is one of my top three books of all time, I was so excited to get my hands on an early copy of Pessl?s third novel. I didn?t hate it, and I was engaged throughout the book. However, I think...

    ***SPOILERS HIDDEN*** Marisha Pessl?s third book is her first offering not only in the young adult genre but also science fiction, and it?s a success. The story is a balanced blend of the solid (a murder-mystery element) and the fantastical (the ?Neverworld? sci-fi element, ...

    I don't usually write long reviews, but I started to type up everything that was annoying me about this book, so here you go. Yeah, it's rambling and whatever. I'm just so disappointed that the author of one of my favorite books (Night Film) wrote this... The Plot I noticed a ...

    It?s so easy to hate the pretty one, worship the genius, love the rock star, trust the good girl. That?s never their only story. We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back...

    I am confusion. ...

    Rtc ...

    what if the secret history, but time travel? ...

    I really enjoyed this book. It was well-crafted and you can tell it was thought out right down to every detail. The reason why it lost a star is that it was a little hard to get into. I had to read the first few chapters before I was really invested with the story. Highly recom...

    Plot: 2.5 stars Narrator: 4 stars I am not sure if I would have had a different experience with the story had I chose to read it versus listen to it; there was too much going on. I found myself losing interest and it was almost a DNF had I not wanted to figure out what the heck was...

    Though generically a YA, Neverworld Wake should appeal to older readers; it certainly does to this one. It is the book that I?d waited for Marisha Pessl to write, a school-story version of Donna Tartt?s The Secret History with teen-aged characters and set in New England. Pessl has ...

  • Marianna Neal
    Jul 21, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

    4.5 Great, but deserved a more shocking ending. Huge content warning for suspected suicide, & repeat suicide attempts/discussion. ...

    Trust me, no one is more disappointed than I am right now. Considering that Night Film is one of my top three books of all time, I was so excited to get my hands on an early copy of Pessl?s third novel. I didn?t hate it, and I was engaged throughout the book. However, I think...

    ***SPOILERS HIDDEN*** Marisha Pessl?s third book is her first offering not only in the young adult genre but also science fiction, and it?s a success. The story is a balanced blend of the solid (a murder-mystery element) and the fantastical (the ?Neverworld? sci-fi element, ...

    I don't usually write long reviews, but I started to type up everything that was annoying me about this book, so here you go. Yeah, it's rambling and whatever. I'm just so disappointed that the author of one of my favorite books (Night Film) wrote this... The Plot I noticed a ...

    It?s so easy to hate the pretty one, worship the genius, love the rock star, trust the good girl. That?s never their only story. We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back...

    I am confusion. ...

    Rtc ...

    what if the secret history, but time travel? ...

    I really enjoyed this book. It was well-crafted and you can tell it was thought out right down to every detail. The reason why it lost a star is that it was a little hard to get into. I had to read the first few chapters before I was really invested with the story. Highly recom...

    Plot: 2.5 stars Narrator: 4 stars I am not sure if I would have had a different experience with the story had I chose to read it versus listen to it; there was too much going on. I found myself losing interest and it was almost a DNF had I not wanted to figure out what the heck was...

    Though generically a YA, Neverworld Wake should appeal to older readers; it certainly does to this one. It is the book that I?d waited for Marisha Pessl to write, a school-story version of Donna Tartt?s The Secret History with teen-aged characters and set in New England. Pessl has ...

    New releases this year... What's going on? Loved the idea behind this, couldn't care less about the characters. As a result, didn't really care much for the novel overall, which is sad because Night Film is one of my favorites books. The writing style didn't do much for me either, a...

  • bran (brandonthebookaddict)
    Jun 21, 2017

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)
    Nov 29, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

  • Mari Yeung
    Oct 06, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

    4.5 Great, but deserved a more shocking ending. Huge content warning for suspected suicide, & repeat suicide attempts/discussion. ...

    Trust me, no one is more disappointed than I am right now. Considering that Night Film is one of my top three books of all time, I was so excited to get my hands on an early copy of Pessl?s third novel. I didn?t hate it, and I was engaged throughout the book. However, I think...

    ***SPOILERS HIDDEN*** Marisha Pessl?s third book is her first offering not only in the young adult genre but also science fiction, and it?s a success. The story is a balanced blend of the solid (a murder-mystery element) and the fantastical (the ?Neverworld? sci-fi element, ...

    I don't usually write long reviews, but I started to type up everything that was annoying me about this book, so here you go. Yeah, it's rambling and whatever. I'm just so disappointed that the author of one of my favorite books (Night Film) wrote this... The Plot I noticed a ...

    It?s so easy to hate the pretty one, worship the genius, love the rock star, trust the good girl. That?s never their only story. We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back...

    I am confusion. ...

    Rtc ...

    what if the secret history, but time travel? ...

    I really enjoyed this book. It was well-crafted and you can tell it was thought out right down to every detail. The reason why it lost a star is that it was a little hard to get into. I had to read the first few chapters before I was really invested with the story. Highly recom...

    Plot: 2.5 stars Narrator: 4 stars I am not sure if I would have had a different experience with the story had I chose to read it versus listen to it; there was too much going on. I found myself losing interest and it was almost a DNF had I not wanted to figure out what the heck was...

    Though generically a YA, Neverworld Wake should appeal to older readers; it certainly does to this one. It is the book that I?d waited for Marisha Pessl to write, a school-story version of Donna Tartt?s The Secret History with teen-aged characters and set in New England. Pessl has ...

    New releases this year... What's going on? Loved the idea behind this, couldn't care less about the characters. As a result, didn't really care much for the novel overall, which is sad because Night Film is one of my favorites books. The writing style didn't do much for me either, a...

    3.5 stars? This book was so weird that I still don?t know which genre this is or what the book was actually about. It was really addicting as the story is divided into three parts that each have an introduction, plot arch and a semi-resolution, so it?s easy to identify the stru...

  • Amelia
    Jun 14, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

    4.5 Great, but deserved a more shocking ending. Huge content warning for suspected suicide, & repeat suicide attempts/discussion. ...

    Trust me, no one is more disappointed than I am right now. Considering that Night Film is one of my top three books of all time, I was so excited to get my hands on an early copy of Pessl?s third novel. I didn?t hate it, and I was engaged throughout the book. However, I think...

    ***SPOILERS HIDDEN*** Marisha Pessl?s third book is her first offering not only in the young adult genre but also science fiction, and it?s a success. The story is a balanced blend of the solid (a murder-mystery element) and the fantastical (the ?Neverworld? sci-fi element, ...

    I don't usually write long reviews, but I started to type up everything that was annoying me about this book, so here you go. Yeah, it's rambling and whatever. I'm just so disappointed that the author of one of my favorite books (Night Film) wrote this... The Plot I noticed a ...

    It?s so easy to hate the pretty one, worship the genius, love the rock star, trust the good girl. That?s never their only story. We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back...

    I am confusion. ...

    Rtc ...

    what if the secret history, but time travel? ...

    I really enjoyed this book. It was well-crafted and you can tell it was thought out right down to every detail. The reason why it lost a star is that it was a little hard to get into. I had to read the first few chapters before I was really invested with the story. Highly recom...

  • Warda
    Jun 11, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

  • Emma Giordano
    Jul 11, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

  • Lala BooksandLala
    Sep 14, 2017

    Fuck. yes. ...

  • Chelsea
    Jun 21, 2017

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

    4.5 Great, but deserved a more shocking ending. Huge content warning for suspected suicide, & repeat suicide attempts/discussion. ...

    Trust me, no one is more disappointed than I am right now. Considering that Night Film is one of my top three books of all time, I was so excited to get my hands on an early copy of Pessl?s third novel. I didn?t hate it, and I was engaged throughout the book. However, I think...

  • Karima chermiti
    Jun 26, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

    4.5 Great, but deserved a more shocking ending. Huge content warning for suspected suicide, & repeat suicide attempts/discussion. ...

    Trust me, no one is more disappointed than I am right now. Considering that Night Film is one of my top three books of all time, I was so excited to get my hands on an early copy of Pessl?s third novel. I didn?t hate it, and I was engaged throughout the book. However, I think...

    ***SPOILERS HIDDEN*** Marisha Pessl?s third book is her first offering not only in the young adult genre but also science fiction, and it?s a success. The story is a balanced blend of the solid (a murder-mystery element) and the fantastical (the ?Neverworld? sci-fi element, ...

    I don't usually write long reviews, but I started to type up everything that was annoying me about this book, so here you go. Yeah, it's rambling and whatever. I'm just so disappointed that the author of one of my favorite books (Night Film) wrote this... The Plot I noticed a ...

    It?s so easy to hate the pretty one, worship the genius, love the rock star, trust the good girl. That?s never their only story. We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back...

  • Chelsea Humphrey
    Nov 04, 2017

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

  • megs_bookrack
    Sep 29, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

  • Gemma ♕ Books_McCoy
    Oct 20, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

  • Kayla Dawn
    Oct 20, 2018

    Fuck. yes. ...

    I really enjoyed this book! I managed to remain intrigued throughout the entire story. So many twists and turns. A great first young adult novel from Marisha Pessl! CW: death, murder, suicide, depression If you?re going into this book expected a young adult rendition of Night F...

    hm. yeah, i think i am going to stick with a flat three on this one. it?s a shame, because i was looking forward to this with hearts in my eyes and a quiver in my loins and i even got a sweet signed copy, but while it is a thoroughly enjoyable, medium book, it stays right there in th...

    What a fantastic, crazy ride this book took me on! As much as I hate comparing books, Neverworld Wake felt like a slightly-less-sciency Dark Matter (see my review) with a YA twist. There's definitely more angst and melodrama here, but with the twists and turns, the mystery-with...

    Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna have to put it aside and see if I can push through at a later date. ?? Unfortunately I just haven?t been able to make it past the 50 page mark in this one, so I?m gonna hav...

    This was REALLY cool. Like, way cooler than I expected it to be. Definitely recommend if you're interested in a YA thriller that thinks outside the box! ...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #23: A Book About Time Travel Let me start out by saying I don't think this is a bad book, as I think it was pretty clever and unique in a lot of ways, but the plot and characters just didn't appeal to me AT ALL. So I would recommend this t...

    I was absolutely captivated by the synopsis for this book initially. It had intrigue, mystery and sounded dark. My kinda thing! I won?t give too much of the plot away since it?s always best to go in blind with these types of books. It?s safe to say, the plot pulled me in. Th...

    We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back no one will ever read. I feel like a lot of people going into this book will come in with high expectations and somewhat of a buzz,...

    The first thing you need to know, before I type anything else, is that this book is not bad because it's YA. This book is bad because it's bad. Period. It is with a heavy heart that I must deem this book a complete failure. I've thought about it for the past few days (the book only ...

    This book truly messed up my mind. Flew through it because I just had to know what happened! ...

    There's really nothing I would change about this book, and I couldn't put it down. That's why it gets 5 stars from me. I had heard pretty mixed reviews about this one from a lot of book reviewers & friends I follow online, so maybe going in with low expectations helped my readin...

    ...time for you has become snagged on a splinter, forming a closed-circuited potentiality called a Neverworld Wake. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is a YA science-fiction novel that incorporates the idea of a time loop to tell the story. If this doesn't sound like something you wo...

    I really loved this book. There were so many twists and turns and the premise itself was just so cool. I loved the way that the only way out of the Neverworld was for four people to willingly die so that one could live. What I liked most about it is that there wasn?t an easy fix,...

    What I liked about this book is that Marisha Pessl managed to tell a complex story that could've easily been confusing in a very succinct and beautiful way (I will always love her writing). The mythology of the neverworld wake was very out there but she managed to keep the story ground...

    4.5 Great, but deserved a more shocking ending. Huge content warning for suspected suicide, & repeat suicide attempts/discussion. ...

    Trust me, no one is more disappointed than I am right now. Considering that Night Film is one of my top three books of all time, I was so excited to get my hands on an early copy of Pessl?s third novel. I didn?t hate it, and I was engaged throughout the book. However, I think...

    ***SPOILERS HIDDEN*** Marisha Pessl?s third book is her first offering not only in the young adult genre but also science fiction, and it?s a success. The story is a balanced blend of the solid (a murder-mystery element) and the fantastical (the ?Neverworld? sci-fi element, ...

    I don't usually write long reviews, but I started to type up everything that was annoying me about this book, so here you go. Yeah, it's rambling and whatever. I'm just so disappointed that the author of one of my favorite books (Night Film) wrote this... The Plot I noticed a ...

    It?s so easy to hate the pretty one, worship the genius, love the rock star, trust the good girl. That?s never their only story. We are all anthologies. We are each thousands of pages long, filled with fairy tales and poetry, mysteries and tragedy, forgotten stories in the back...

    I am confusion. ...

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