And Then There Were Four

And Then There Were Four New York Times bestselling author Nancy Werlin returns to YA suspense with this page turner mystery for fans of Lauren Oliver Neal Shusterman and Lois DuncanLet s not die today Not even to make thin

  • Title: And Then There Were Four
  • Author: Nancy Werlin Jorjeana Marie Michael Crouch
  • ISBN: 9781524775117
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Audio CD
  • New York Times bestselling author Nancy Werlin returns to YA suspense with this page turner mystery for fans of Lauren Oliver, Neal Shusterman, and Lois DuncanLet s not die today Not even to make things easier for our parents.When a building collapses around five teenagers and they just barely escape they know something strange is going on Little by little, the group pNew York Times bestselling author Nancy Werlin returns to YA suspense with this page turner mystery for fans of Lauren Oliver, Neal Shusterman, and Lois DuncanLet s not die today Not even to make things easier for our parents.When a building collapses around five teenagers and they just barely escape they know something strange is going on Little by little, the group pieces together a theory Their parents are working together to kill them all Is it true And if so, how did their parents come together and why And, most importantly, how can the five of them work together to save themselves With an unlikely group of heroes, sky high stakes, and two budding romances, this gripping murder mystery will keep readers guessing until the last page.Read by Jorjeana Marie and Michael Crouch, with James Lurie, May Wuthrich, and Nick Martorelli

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    • Nancy Werlin Jorjeana Marie Michael Crouch

      Nancy Werlin writes young adult fiction New York Times bestselling fantasy, Edgar award winning suspense, and National Book Award honored realistic novels.Nancy s newest book is the suspense thriller AND THEN THERE WERE FOUR.

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    • Want an exercise in literary masochism? Read Nancy Werlin’s new YA thriller And Then There Were Four. With a title reminiscent of my all-time favorite mystery Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, I immediately gravitated towards this work. Then I read the premise: blood-thirsty parents seeking to bump-off their teenaged offspring. Fuck. Yes. Gimme now. But that’s where the fun ends, kiddos. The story itself is a condescending mess of irritating characters, ridiculous plot convention [...]

    • I am 100% here for twisty and maybe murdery parents and this one didn't disappoint. I really liked this group of characters. They're all unique and they mesh well together. We get two POVs in the story and I struggled with both of them. One POV is quite rambling and full! of! exclamation! points! The other is told is second person. The switch between them did make the flow a bit bumpy, but eventually I settled into it. Plot wise, it was intriguing from the very start. There were a few things I w [...]

    • TLDR: boring, undeveloped, silly, meandering, badgenerally i thought there were a lot of underdeveloped, abrupt twists that had next to no emotional follow through. this ranged from deaths to romantic relationships (even more insta-love than the worst ya for both of the main relationships) to parental abuse (this last - the book ocassionally feels ike it's going to delve more deeply into discussing abuse dynamics, but it's all very very one-dimensional)for example, one of the main characters die [...]

    • 1 out of 5 stars.What the hell did I just read?I'm so torn. I really wanted to like And Then There Were Four. Of course, the title of this book was what made me read the blurb in the first place: And Then There Were None is one of my all time favorite books. I was so excited for this one, but it definitely let me down quite a bit.And Then There Were Four is about five teenagers who survive a building collapse that probably should have killed them. Eventually, they realize something isn't right a [...]

    • Do yourself a favor and DON'T read the synopsis.4.5 Stars. So interesting and twisty-- took a while for me to get used to Saralinda's voice in her chapters, but once I did, I was HOOKED. I'm adding it to my YA Mystery recommendation list.When I first started this book I wasn't sure-- I mean, it's over 400 pages and getting used to the voice the characters narrate in didn't come natural. BUT-- I flew through this book. Once I got used to the way Saralinda thinks inside her head, it was smooth sai [...]

    • GRADE: C-2 starsAfter a building collapses on five boarding school students, they hypothesize their parents are trying to kill themD THEN THERE WERE FOUR is told from Caleb's second person POV (he refers to himself as you) and Saralinda's first person POV. Nancy Werlin does a great job with Caleb's voice and using second person effectively. While her writing is pleasant, AND THEN THERE WERE FOUR isn't paced like a thriller and the story lacks much tension.Werlin did create five unique characters [...]

    • Ugh this was tough to get through. A story about 5 students who are positive their parents are trying to kill them so they run away. Told in dual POV by Saralinda and Caleb. My biggest problem with this book besides the disjointed and stiff dialogue, is Saralinda's POV is written in first person and Caleb's is told in second. Transition between the two was hard and took me out of the story. I ended up skimming towards the end.

    • Super intriguing premise, very distinctive voice, a banter-y side f/f ship, thrills and chills for days, and A BEAUTIFUL ENDING

    • Summary: Five students at the prestigious Rockland Academy are summoned for a meeting of the Leaders Club in an empty campus building. During the meeting, the ceiling falls in and injures the students. Upon investigation, the students realize that there IS no such thing as the Leaders Club and that somebody hacked into an e-mail to impersonate messages about it. The students develop a theory. Their parents and guardians want them dead.Appeal: I’ve enjoyed Nancy Werlin’s previous thrillers li [...]

    • 4.5 ActualWHOA.What do you get when you cross an incredibly diverse cast of characters in a thriller with some incredibly unpredictable twists and turns? And Then There Were Four. I have to assume that the title of this book is an homage to Agatha Christie’s roller coaster murder mystery, And Then There Were None, and I definitely see why this is made due to the high stakes and the fast paced plot.This is a novel you will not want to put down, and I read it in just around four hours.Readers ar [...]

    • Nancy Werlin’s book is a young adult fiction that is told between the first person (Saralinda) and the second person (Caleb) which jumps back and forth between these two points of view. The book has remnants of the fantastic Neal Shusterman’s Unwind series without the science surrounding the near future existence of that book. The book is well written and the jumping back and forth between the two perspectives works extremely well. Some of the plot devices found within the text sometimes fee [...]

    • // Received from publisher as #prhpartner for review, May 2017 I'm always excited for new mysteries and I don't know what it is about this book, but it sounds like a quick, edge-of-your-seat thriller that makes me want to dive right in! I actually hadn't heard of it before it showed up at my doorstep so I'm glad it did because I'm always looking for more good YA mystery/thrillers. // Added to TBR // Read & review to come

    • What a wild ride! Nancy Werlin is so good at writing psychological thrillers, and this one is intense and fascinating. There are two main narrators--Saralinda, who is almost healed from being born with a clubfoot, but must continue to deal with diabetes, and Caleb, who feels that he has dangerous Mr. Hyde locked up inside of him. Five teens in all come together under mysterious circumstances, and they must figure out how they are connected before another one of them dies.

    • Five teens are randomly called together in an abandoned house when the roof collapses. They escape but barely. When one of the dies by mysterious means the others begin to suspect one of their parents of trying to kill their friend. But then they become hunted. Fun twists and turns in the not super realistic story which I thoroughly enjoyed

    • Brutal and twisty. I skimmed through some of the middle to get to the intense and satisfying ending. (Language)

    • And Then There Were Four begins with a murder attempt, and that pretty much sets the tone for the book. The plot is that these teens are being targeted by their own parents (various reasons for each) - which, in my opinion need not have been given away by the blurb, but oh well! The four surviving teens band together to figure out the why and how of the attempt on their lives, and how they can protect themselves against further attacks. We are given two POV in a diverse set of characters, Sarali [...]

    • The title of this book instantly appealed to me as it is obviously reminiscent of Agatha Christie’s classic, And Then There Were None. As this book is popular year after year in my library (a classic will do that), I’m always looking for books with similar themes and situations. I was hoping this would be one. It is somewhat similar in that characters are killed off one by one. The twist is that the victims aren’t who you expect to be killed.And Then There Were Four is a wild ride and the [...]

    • A damn solid YA thriller with characters that don't grate on your nerves (too much) and an engaging mystery.During ATTWF, all characters bring up the subject of their wants/needs many times, a concept that is essential in giving us a look at who they are. Saralinda wants love and everything to stay rose-tinted. Caleb wants to die (I would make a joke about how relatable he is, but come on). Kenyon wants to have a good future and find happiness. Evan wants everyone to leave her alone with her hug [...]

    • This one started out with a lot of promise, but went quickly down hill. I know that I am not the target audience, but I love finding YA adult novels that cross between kid and adult. This one is not it.

    • I mean, the whole point of the book -- parents conspiring to kill their children -- is ludicrously far-fetched, but it's not executed TERRIBLY. If you can look past that silliness, this isn't the worst book I've ever read. What did get on my nerves was the whole run-on sentences omg gaspy thoughts of our main character Saralinda by which I mean the girl with the cane and the panicky internal monologue which really did get pretty old after a while because I mean CALM. DOWN. Her running thoughts c [...]

    • The first half of this story is very slow. It was even made more horrible by the childish thoughts of Saralinda. In very beginning she is very annoying and has the most stupidest thoughts about the people around her. Caleb on the other hand was more interesting. Told in the POV of third person Caleb describes everything that he and his new friends are going through. His memories that readers get a glimpse at of his childhood are also told in third person POV.There were many times in which this b [...]

    • Although entertaining, And Then There Were Four is definitely not the most suspenseful or mysterious (or realistic, for that matter) YA thriller/mystery. Also, it took me a while to get used to the narrative voices, both of which are quite melodramatic, plus one of them sounds immature (Saralinda can sometimes be an annoyingly cheerful chatterbox) and the other is in second person (i.e Caleb refers to himself as "you").But despite the narration that requires some getting used to, the characters [...]

    • This is one of those books that falls in between 3 and 4 stars, based on which part of the book you are on! Super honest: I was having serious doubts regarding writing, plot, and character quality the first 100 pages. I almost just gave up on it. But as soon as one of the five friends dies and the real plot thickens, the book does a 180 and moves fast and gains startling interest. I ended up really liking the last half, though it doesn't make up for the crappy first 100 pages. Yes, the crime is [...]

    • Ooooh, loved this mystery! What an fascinating premise that all of the kids who have showed up at their prestigious academy's "Leadership Club" all have parents that want to kill them! And a ceiling falls! And the mystery of what they don't know moves along and alternates between the characters' viewpoints. While there are some unnecessary additions between the dynamic among the teens, there is certainly a creep factor/thrill factor in what is happening to each of them. And there is blood and de [...]

    • I enjoyed this book more than I thought I would! I was intrigued by the POV - it alternates between Caleb in second person and Saralinda in first person. I had no issues keeping them straight or following either POV. Both were distinct enough for me. I wouldn't recommend this book to just anyone thought - the voices are distinctly YA and I can see people being annoyed by the slightly immature tone. I found it a little endearing, however, and really rooted for the kids' survival. I thought it was [...]

    • AudiobookThe book was just interesting enough to keep listening, but overall the writing was not good, especially when it comes to Saralinda's chapters.It's not just that the concept of the book was implausible, which it was, but that the motivations were just not enough. And Jorjeana was such a slow narrator that it felt like it was dragging this story even more. Once I switched to 1.25 speed it made the book easier to get through.So why wasn't this a DNF?I suppose because I was hoping that the [...]

    • Yes, there's a clear allusion to Christie's And Then There Were None (one of the most popular books at my library) and it is actually deserved. As with all mysteries there's a certain suspension of disbelief needed and I think teens can easily do that. The questions of why and exactly who are answered slowly enough that they'll keep reading, but not so slowly they'll get bored (and there's no "aha! here it all is" moment at the end, as there is in so many adult mysteries)C provided by publisher. [...]

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