Yeah, this is me. Except I didn't really like the book that much. It was enough to keep me reading, but I think I would have given up on it if not for the book club. It didn't seem like the story was building so much as just erasing what came before to try to be shocking. (I'm sure it was carefully crafted and that would be obvious on re-read, but for a first time through, I couldn't remember enough of the specific details to feel like I could accurately change my opinions about the characters to match what we learned.) So for me, not a satisfying read. I hope SMG's version does well, though!In hindsight her character makes a bit more sense, however, as creepy as both of them are... I do feel like Claire is a more cohesive character. Amber feels like she's whatever the plot needs her to be, more like a device than a character basically. I really like the "Taylor made me do it", but I'm also like... eh, is it credible? Not entirely sure. Two peas in a pod sure but I don't know. It felt a bit forced to me.
I think it will. As I was reading it, I kept thinking how visual it felt, like I could "see" a lot of things in front of me, almost as if it was written with future scripts in mind, lol.So for me, not a satisfying read. I hope SMG's version does well, though!
Oh I enjoyed it, it just took me a beat to get into it. But I thought it was fun.I felt the book was very visual too. I could see the scenes playing out in my head. I seem to be in the minority regarding liking the book, right? I mean it was Shakespeare, but I thought it was a fun little book.
I assumed Claire survived somehow? But lol, it’d be pretty great if there is another nut job. It’d be like when Sweet Valley High did extra ”evil twin” then followed that up with the evil twin’s evil twin.Whew finished.
Two peas in a pod for sure. Who left the bracelet at the end? There has to be another crazy person we weren't introduced to.