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Webs: A deadly love triangle ... by [Stuart, Lily]
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Length: 231 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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About the Author

Lily Stuart is a pen name of British author Debrah Martin, who also writes adult thrillers and literary fiction. Find out more about her and her books on www.debrahmartin.co.uk

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 684 KB
  • Print Length: 231 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: I. M. Books; 1 edition (1 Sept. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MR86B2E
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #624,538 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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When I was a little girl, I read every Nancy Drew mystery novel I could get my hands on. I had the whole set, the shiny yellow binds making me proud. Now that I have 2 daughters of my own, I want to share the joy of female detective. Along with Nancy Drew, time has created more heroines for our daughters to love, one of which is Lily Stuart of Lily Stuart's "Webs." This is Book 1 in what is promising to be a fascinating and enthralling series, one I hope my daughters will love someday.
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.
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By Katy on 28 Sept. 2014
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Lily is a teenager, shes got exams approaching, a venomous best friend and her crush at school doesn't seem interested. Worse, her single mum has started internet dating and has terrible taste in men!

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
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I may not still be a young adult novels but like many adults today, I still love to read them. This book was no exception. At first the description sounded a bit, as the Brits say, “Cheeky.” I thought perhaps it wouldn't be something I'd enjoy but boy was I wrong. From the first page I was intrigued and that only led me to read the entire book from start to finish.

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.
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Sometimes I have a bit of trouble getting into Young Adult novels, but this one was spot on. The style of writing was very gun and managed to echo the life of a teenager very well. I love Lily's sense of humor and way of looking at the world, but her relationships with those around her really made the book something else.

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.
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The front cover was very attractive. The detail really threw me off, but I hung in there to see where it led. I’m one of the kind that gets onto dating sites often, so that aspect was a plus. I really enjoyed the mystery from the jump and throughout the book. I recently began reading YA novels and this was the best one so far. Lily set the book off and it wouldn’t be as good without her. Her personality was extraordinary and of course she gave me a few laughs. I have recommended this book to my sister and will be recommending to a few more people thats into YA. I think teens would enjoy it much better, but adults will get a kick out of it too. Lily Stuart is a talented author and I look forward to reading many more books from this author in the future.
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