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My Beautiful Suicide by [Eve, Atty]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 840 KB
  • Print Length: 344 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Spikenard Publishing; 1 edition (12 Oct. 2013)
  • Language: English
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,977,801 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The title of this book may put some readers off and the product description does not necessarily help in this respect! However, rest assured that though suicide is central to the theme of this book, it's not actually a book about that. This novel is dark humour at its most twisted and not to be missed.

The book is primarily about the life and struggles of a teenage girl and is as good in this genre as many books which have their place etched in history. (Think Adrian Mole.) However, there are some complex twists which mean that even amid the complexities of hopes, dream and relationships, all is not as it seems.

The topic of suicide as, obviously, touched upon with the key character in the book voicing some powerful opinions about the subject. As such, these are clearly presented as opinions rather than facts which, I feel, makes these opinions more palatable.

Like any piece of humorous fiction this tale is, at times, a bit too far-fetched and the exploits of the key characters defy belief but none of this detracts from the fact that this is an excellent read which I thoroughly enjoyed.
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A great book, there are so many twists and turns that each time I thought I'd formed an opinion on a character I'd change my mind a chapter later.
The lead is not your average teenager, which is refreshing to read, and I found the book highly gripping- I couldn't just read for 15 minutes before bed, I'd end up noticing the time an hour or two later!

So on the whole a great read, I'd highly recommend it :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars What a unique, unpredictable, edge of your seat read! 7 July 2014
By CM_Michaels - Published on Amazon.com
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My Beautiful Suicide by Atty Eve is a wonderfully dark thriller, and one of the most uniquely refreshing books I have read in a very long time. I didn't expect the story to unfold anything like it did. The edgy, daring and imaginative author shattered any preconceived boundaries I had for how “dark” she’d allow Cosette—the book’s protagonist—to go. The characters strong internal monologue combined with the way the different facets of her personality are presented makes the reader understand why she feels the way she does in spite of how others see her. The foundation for her gradual dissension into the ethical abyss she finds herself in by the end is so well established that it’s believable that she would make the otherwise unfathomable choices that she does. Even more impressive, because of the nature of the events that unfold during her characters evolution, you find yourself still rooting for her even after she’s become a much different—and rather disturbed but still redeemable— person. The entire cast of core characters is amazing. From the best friend hell bent on pulling her back from the edge before it’s too late, to the mysterious, high school bad boy who encourages her to explore her wild side, her overworked, semi-absentee but loving mom, and her high school bully / nemesis who continues to manage to get under her skin even after no one else is able to. There is a hint of a supernatural / spiritual element to this book, with some ancillary characters exhibiting uncanny insight into what Cosette is experiencing, that makes the reader ponder the source of their insight and what powers they may be able to bring to bear as the series unfolds to pull the protagonist out of the rather deep hole she’s dug for herself. I can't say I have ever read a book remotely similar to this or one that literally made my jaw fall open with some of the totally unexpected plot twists. I am counting the days until the release of the second book in this breathtaking series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A disturbing insight into a dark mind 23 Oct. 2013
By MikeO - Published on Amazon.com
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Full disclosure, I personally know this author, but I hope you will find value in my review.
Quick synopsis: Cozy has lost all desire to keep on living. She's being bullied at school, her war-hero brother was killed by some idiot who was texting and driving, and his death lead to the separation of her parents. Cozy decides death is the best option but rather than leaving her loved ones with the guilt and endless questioning of signs they might have missed, she chooses to become a crime victim.

[spoiler alert]

Specifically of the serial killer who has been prowling her town but as she puts herself in harm's way she instinctively fights back ... eventually killing her attackers ... and she finds she likes it.

[end spoilers]

I read an early version of this novel before and was surprised by the raw talent I saw. I had no idea Atty was capable of telling this kind of story. I'm a glass-half-full kind of guy so it's startling to being pulled into the mind of a teen with such a nihilist vision of life ... it's scary to think this is probably a pretty common mindset.
The version you are about to download (I hope) is a quick page turner and a compelling read, and unlike anything you have ever read before.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars NOT for your Teen/ Young Adult, but all about them. 26 Jun. 2015
By Kenneth R. Morris - Published on Amazon.com
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I was introduced to this book, and Author via a Facebook post from another Author friend of mine. As she recommended Atty's book, I was compelled to get it and read it. Well I'm glad I did! Sure, I'm all about reading T/YA Fantasy, Coming of Age stories, and this was is touted as such, well maybe not.
Let me make this clear: This is NOT for T/YA, even if the story surrounds a 16 year old girl and her life. This is a somewhat graphic, and well done story to let you in the mind of a teenager, and what goes on. While I am male, I was able to relate well to the lead character, and recall what High School felt like. This is an honest and dark story. This young woman has everything going against her, a school bully, a broken home, a Mom that works all hours, a Dad with a trophy wife and newborn. She has one good thing going for her, a great circle of friends. They will get her thru most everything.
The story is well written, visual, clear, deep, and above all captivating. I was able to see her, and her surroundings well in my head. Some Authors will semi describe a setting, Atty sits there and almost tells you the make/model of the TV Cosette is watching the 6 PM news on.
I'd write more, but I'd either give away plot points, or sound like a cheerleader. Take the time, grab this book, and sit back and enjoy the ride. As of this review, there are 2 more books in the series, and a fourth in progress.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Rather Extraordinary 'Suicide' 23 April 2014
By Melinda Reynolds - Published on Amazon.com
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I rarely give 5-Star ratings, as few books are near-perfect on all levels of plot, characterization, and readability.

This is one of those books.

It is an exceptionally well-written book with interesting characters and situations, with no clear resolution for the characters' angsts. Similar to real life...

The main character, Cosette, is a really messed up teen who knows she's messed up but not to sure how to remedy the situation until Fate steps in and solves it for her. The angst-ridden teenager is being bullied at school by a popular, pretty blonde, and ignored at home. She does have an attractive circle of friends who support her, but don't stand up for her -- a few harsh crits directed toward the bully and her entourage do little to dissuade the attacks.

Although completely cowed by her bully, Cosette has the moxie when it really matters. She seeks out danger to end her torment, but instead of ending her own life, she only succeeds in accidently killing her attackers. Her innate self-defense mechanisms kick in when her life is in actual danger, which gives some insight into the odd relationship with her bully.

Her long patient, adoring from afar, beau, Chris, isn't what he seems to be. And his attraction to Cosette's submissiveness toward her bully gives the clues to his true nature and desires. And he's more than willing to wait, and abet, in order to get what he wants from Cosette. She finds him desirable, but is so unsure of her future, that their relationship is played out convincingly and over time.

Well-paced and well-plotted, with characters who are well aware of their psychoses but unable to deal with them, the book is a fun and edgy read.

Recommended for those who enjoy dark humor and really messed-up (but endearing) characters.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My Beautiful Suicide 27 Feb. 2014
By Mary T Kincaid - Published on Amazon.com
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The author captures the self-centered universe of a character who is fifteen when the story opens. So much of her universe revolves around her feelings. She is being bullied at school and doesn’t have much of a long term vision when it comes to solving her problems. Her worldview is limited.

The story did capture me. I kept wondering what the author would be able to do with such a limited world view. So I was surprised to find myself caught up in the atmosphere of suspense that she is able to weave with these story elements. About halfway through the book I was hardly able to put it down. I have to say that I enjoyed this story.
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