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15 year old Lily has a penchant for curing her boredom by solving murders, well... sort of. She really is set to help her Mum find a better date. To each their own, right? Well, in Lily's case, that boredom remedy is serious, deadly serious.
Written in a back and forth reveal format, this is a story that draws you in - especially when the viewpoint is other than Lily's. Chilling in a way, and wholly entertaining. I fell in love with Lily, her humor and snarkiness - and her bravery.
The book switches between the viewpoints of Lily's and "The Man", the villain of the piece who is reliving/plotting to get away with his crimes. You are kept guessing until the very end as to who he is!
I thought Lily was very well written, she embodies teenage brilliantly. She has very believable problems and concerns, she even has a background eating disorder which seems to feature highly in the lives of teenage girls these days.
Lily, who's dad is in the CID, has a penchant for puzzles and a keen mind; she spends her time collecting evidence and eventually building a case for who is the Russian Roulette killer.
I liked the story and the format and would have LOVED it when I was a teenager
I loved how the author, Lily Stuart, made the characters real – the main character who ironically has the same name, curses, is full of sarcasm, and honestly, is like most teens. Best of all, she's more realistic this way, which made it easy and fun to read this book as fast as I could.
Combine that with a mystery right from the get-go, you get a novel that young adults and adults like me will both enjoy it immensely.
I think it is such a great story because it speaks to a whole generation (or 2) of kids with divorced parents. Its fair enough to always want to see them together, so when they begin to look elsewhere for companionship it does tend to feel like the end of the world. However, there were moments when I just wanted to laugh at the lengths Lily would go to stop the internet dating. Very mindful of a teen. Top story, I'd read another YA novel from this author.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Little Lily has done a great job. The title itself suggest a tricky story full of turns and side effects. It is a teenage detective novel of 200 pages. Read morePublished 16 months ago by David Hearne
Another brilliant book which weaves its magic spell just as a spider weaves its web. It's all so innocent to begin with then it gets puzzling, then bait - in the form of clues -... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Pat Harrison
I really like novels that are geared toward teens even though I am well past mine....I really enjoyed the diary-style writing and thought Lily's diary was extremely funny and... Read morePublished on 23 Sept. 2014 by dublinebayer
When you read the webs this is what you feel DB Martin is trying to tell you. Even though she grows old with age, her imaginative mind is young forever. Read morePublished on 12 Sept. 2014 by Jamie Miller
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