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Trouble If Stevie’s at school David will stay putThe tantalizing riddles behind the Ellingham murders are still waiting to be unraveled and Stevie knows she’s so close But the path to the truth has twists and turns than she can imagine and moving forward involves hurting someone she cares for In New York Times bestselling author Maureen Johnson’s second novel of the Truly Devious series nothing is free and someone will pay for the truth with their life.. Truly devious 155 Read review hereVanishing stair 755Hand on the wall 55 read review here I just finished the second book and all I can say and I can t stress enough WHAT THE FUCK DID I JUST READ In fact I could manage without reading the seuel But as a reader I tend to be optimistic when it comes to seuels or new book releases I want to give this series another chance even if I don t agree with the idea of dragging out a mystery in order for it to be a series Yeah so here we go again by the time I completed truly devious I had 1 An amazing Elligham mystery about Albert Iris and Alice2 Some robotic characters with zero emotional depth with their super lame leader Stieve trying to solve the 80 year old crime which the FBI couldn t solve 3 And yess zero answers to anything that is happeningSo I was expecting some things from this book and none of my expectations were fullfilled The author left its readers speechless speechless over the fact that it was incredibly underwhelming with how Truly Devious ended Thought it would be clever not really to drag out a mystery and to leave the readers wanting Not really I don t think soWhy do this book even exist It was soo bboringgggggAuthor just dragged it to the point your mind just commit suicide these tumblr aesthetic characters were soo boring like I was expecting to get deeper in their shallow uirkiness but it never happened they were same like in the first book like the mystery wasn t boring enough so you decided to make your characters even droopy was better than you guys I felt cheated like I was baited in reading entire series and I feel for it and I hate myself for itThere is this character named Nate so he was so annoying not than Stieve like it s okay Nate you don t like being around people we have heard it 5 times please don t repeat same shit over 65 times just shut the fuck up and the relationship and friendships were just too much they were forced on them Speaking of relationship let s talk about our star couple David and Stieve aka two lunatics made for each otherIt would be no surprise if one day they both blew up their homes because they are both stubborn stupid and just made for each otherDavid Stieve is so cute intelligent but do I love herSteive fucking Edward kingDavid I love you Now this is the point I wanna mention Steive hates Edward king to the point she wishes him to be dead but it was never mentioned why like the readers are forced to hate him because steive wants us to hate himI really don t care why Hayes or Ellie died I just want to know what happened to Alice I loved the Elligham mystery so much like i wish it would have been a standalone book exploring only Elligham mystery with its characters like I loved Dottie Albert Francis i felt connected to them who were the side characters like they had that depth that something we need to love a character And the characters plot mystery isn t the most depressing thing about the book it s this thing It s Halloween and Steive dresses 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All Stevie Bell wanted was to find the key to the Ellingham mystery but instead she found her classmate dead And while she solved that murder the crimes of the past are still waiting The Vanishing Epubin the dark Just as Stevie feels she’s on the cusp of putting it together her parents pull her out of Ellingham academyFor her own safety they say She must move past this obsession with crime Now that Stevie’s away from the school of topiaries and secret tunn. Look a riddleTime for funShould we use Some juice or gumScissors are sharp And gleam so prettySyrup s slowWhich is a pityFire is festiveDrowning s slowDetergent is aSoapy way to goA broken spineA nasty ripA book collidingWith a dripAcid makes avery jolly lookSuch ways toPunish naughty booksWhat shall we useWe can t decideJust like you cannotRun or hideGive me an ARC of this bookOr we shall destroy book oneHa haTrulyIn need of this book Goodreads Blog Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube Instagram Oil Painting instead she found her classmate dead And while she solved that murder the crimes of the past are still waiting The Vanishing Epubin the dark Just as Stevie feels she’s on the cusp of putting Putins Russia it together her parents pull her out of Ellingham academyFor her own safety they say She must move past this obsession with crime Now that Stevie’s away from the school of topiaries and secret tunn. Look a riddleTime for funShould we use Some juice or gumScissors are sharp And gleam so prettySyrup s slowWhich Seducida (Esclava victoriana, is a pityFire Essential Juices and Smoothies is festiveDrowning s slowDetergent Buttermilk Graffiti is aSoapy way to goA broken spineA nasty ripA book collidingWith a dripAcid makes avery jolly lookSuch ways toPunish naughty booksWhat shall we useWe can t decideJust like you cannotRun or hideGive me an ARC of this bookOr we shall destroy book oneHa haTrulyIn need of this book Goodreads Blog Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube Instagram

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Els and her strange and endearing friends she begins to feel disconnected from the rest of the world At least she won’t have to see David any David who she kissed David who lied to her about his identity son of despised politician Edward King Then King himself arrives at her house to offer a deal He will bring Stevie back to Ellingham immediately In return she must play nice with David King is in the midst of a campaign and can’t afford his son stirring up. Dear Maureen Johnson and whoever publishes this trilogy Please send me the arc for this immediately as I am having a spaz attack after the cliffhanger of book number one okaySincerely Someone who wants to know who s in the photo


10 thoughts on “The Vanishing Stair

  1. says:

    WOWOWOW I loved this book so much A fantastic seuel possibly even enjoyable than the first installment which was tough to beat CW anxietypanic attacks murder death abduction I came away from The Vanishing Stair with such a greater appreciation for this entire series From the impeccable characterization to the flawlessly constructed plot The Vanishing Stair is everything one would want from a second installment It’s not as if anything was

  2. says:

    How am I supposed togo on being a person after that ending?Let me preface this by stating that this entire review could be replaced by a foota

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    Look a riddleTime for funShould we use Some juice or gum?Scissors are sharp And gleam so prettySyrup's slowWhich is a pityFire is festiveDrowning's slowDetergent is aSoapy way to goA broken spineA nasty ripA book collidingWith a dripAcid makes avery jolly lookSuch ways toPunish naughty booksWhat shall we useWe

  4. says:

    45 starsDearest Maureen JohnsonFirst how dare you?It was truly devious of you to hit me with YET ANOTHER cliffhanger endingNevertheless I will continue to read anything you ever choose to writeLove you like a friendMegsI had many many thoughts whilst reading this For example there was thisFollowed by thisWrapped up by thisIn all seriousness though that ending??I really wasn't expecting that even though Ms Johnson has played me like that be

  5. says:

    you know that feeling when you misremember how you felt about a book potentially romanticising it because you swear the story was just that good?? i think i did that with ‘truly devious’ because i went into this expecting it to be a five star read and maybe thats my fault i should have done a uick reread beforehand because th

  6. says:

    Dear Maureen Johnson and whoever publishes this trilogy Please send me the arc for this immediately as I am having a spaz attack after the cliffhanger of book number one okay?Sincerely Someone who wants to know who’s in the photo

  7. says:

    Truly devious ⭐⭐155 Read review hereVanishing stair ⭐755Hand on the wall ⭐⭐55 read review here I just finished the second

  8. says:

    1 Truly Devious ★★★★★2 The Vanishing Stair ★★★★53 The Hand on the Wall ★★★★75 WHAT DOES THAT ENDING EVEN MEAN????

  9. says:

    I can’t remember anything that happened in this bookJudging by my pre review which consists of about one third expletives and three thirds surprise I was shocked by something I do not remember what that thing was but considering this is a murder mystery and also the second book in a series I’m going to guess it was o

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    This review and other non spoilery reviews can be found The Book Prescription “Where do you look for someone who’s never really there? Always on a staircase but never on a stair” 🌟 The Vanishing Stair was what I expected it to be; an unnecessary bridge to the third book and this whole series could have b

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