Good Girl Bad Blood pdf book is a Mystery Thriller novel by Holly Jackson
Good Girl Bad Blood Summary
Pip is not a detective anymore. With the help of Ravi Singh, she released a true-crime podcast about the murder case they solved together last year. The podcast has gone viral, yet Pip insists her investigating days are behind her.
But she will have to break that promise when someone she knows goes missing. Jamie Reynolds has disappeared, on the very same night the town hosted a memorial for the sixth-year anniversary of the deaths of Andie Bell and Sal Singh.
The police won’t do anything about it. And if they won’t look for Jamie then Pip will, uncovering more of her town’s dark secrets along the way… and this time everyone is listening. But will she find him before it’s too late?
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About Holly Jackson Author of Good Girl Bad Blood Pdf Book
Holly Jackson author of Good Girl, Bad blood Pdf was born in 1992. She grew up in Buckinghamshire and started writing stories from a young age, completing her first (poor) attempt at a book aged fifteen.
‘A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder’ is a YA Mystery Thriller and her debut novel. She lives in London and aside from reading and writing, she enjoys binge-playing video games and pointing out grammatical errors in street signs. A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder is her first novel. You can follow Holly on Twitter and Instagram @HoJay92
Good Girl, Bad blood Pdf, Paperback, Hardcover Book Information
- Publisher : Delacorte Press (March 2, 2021)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 416 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1984896407
- ISBN-13 : 978-1984896407
- Reading age : 14 – 17 years
- Lexile measure : HL740L
- Grade level : 9 – 12
- Item Weight : 1.15 pounds
- Dimensions : 5.82 x 1.28 x 8.53 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #9,156 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #18 in Teen & Young Adult Law & Crime Stories
- #55 in Teen & Young Adult Thrillers & Suspense (Books)
- #902 in Teen & Young Adult Literature & Fiction
- Customer Reviews: 4.6 out of 5 stars 10,364 ratings
Good Girl Bad Blood Reviews (Amazon.com)
5.0 out of 5 stars Pip is back with other mystery
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 9, 2020
After the brilliant A Good Girls Guide to Murder (which has one of the best YA of 2019) Pip is back with another page turning mystery.
I was a little worried to see if this new instalment will live up to the first. I can say it does.
This book follows straight from when the previous book left off where Pip has now shot to fame with her podcast sharing her first case to the world while also recording the events on the trail.
However a new case presents itself one of her friends older brother (Jamie) has gone missing, the police are refusing to help, so its left to Pip to find him. However not all is what it seems with the brother acting strange in the weeks leading up to his disappearance which leads to a mystery girl who Jamie was talking to online.
People are trying to hide there secrets however Pip is determined to discover the truth before its too late.
The book has the same format as the first with narrative along with interview conversations and articles.
I like how the author has developed Pip character.
As with the first novel don’t be put off the the word “girl” in the title all YA will enjoy is page turning thriller.
The book will keep you on edge and guessing right to the very end with a great cliffhanger meaning that we will be seeing more from Pip in the future, I will be waiting patiently for the next instalment
I highly recommend this novel.
4.0 out of 5 stars Another excellent story from Holly Jackson – engrossing and entertaining.R
eviewed in the United Kingdom on June 14, 2022
It is a few months on from the conclusion of Pippa Fitz-Amobi’s investigation that exposed the truth behind the disappearance and of Andie Bell and the apparent suicide of her boyfriend Sal in the small Buckinghamshire town of Kilton. Following the stress and danger that arose from that investigation, Pippa has sworn to steer clear of any similar activities, and now wants just to concentrate on her schoolwork and try to secure a place at Cambridge University.
However, her exposure of the failings of the police investigation, and the clearing of Sal’s name, have garnered a lot of attention for Pippa. Her podcast about the affair has attracted a wide following, although it has also exposed her to the viciousness of internet trolls. She is, therefore, reluctant when a friend asks her to help to find out what has happened to his elder brother, who seems to have gone missing. As the missing person is an adult, the police show little interest in investigating the apparent disappearance at this early stage. He has, after all, had a couple of temporary absences in the past. Pippa sees how concerned her friend is, and agrees to use her podcast to put the message out about the disappearance, and gradually becomes drawn back into a full investigation.
As with the previous book, Holly Jackson presents this story excellently, capturing the feel of a podcast, and slipping in all sorts of nots and documents in between chapters. Like A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder, this book has been marketed as a young adult story, but I found it perfectly satisfying reading it as an adult with a long history of reading hard bitten crime novels. After all, while the writing is highly accessible, Jackson doesn’t pull back from addressing serious issues, and the story includes references to kidnapping, murder, sexual assault and rape, and gun crime, along with recounted episodes from a trial of a character from the previous book who was prosecuted for date rap. Once again, a very entertaining book, that has left me keen to read the next instalment in the series.
5.0 out of 5 stars A solid 5-stars — my favourite in the series so far!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 5, 2021
I really enjoyed AGGGTM but I absolutely loved Good Girl, Bad Blood. Pippa is an amazing and complex character and I am in awe of her! This was such a binge-able read and I finished it in two sittings cos I could not put it down once the ball got rolling—and it really got rolling! This YA thriller series has fast become a favourite and I can’t wait to dive straight into the third book after this.
If you love mixed media formats, then you’ll love this even more because in addition to text messages, emails, maps and interviews, we also get episodes of Pip’s famous true-crime podcast! It definitely makes for a more engaging and easy read. GGBB was a well-paced mystery and thriller that kept me hanging on to the edge of my seat as I sped through the pages eager to find out just what happened to Jamie. Y’know, I was so chuffed with myself at one point because I was 100% sure I had guessed whodunit but, alas, I led myself astray because it was not who and what I expected at all. Although there are definitely fewer red herrings compared to the first book, this had some delightful twists and turns to keep you guessing! Also, at this point, should I even be surprised that the police force is absolutely useless? It was so frustrating that they continued to do absolutely nothing when Pippa was basically doing their job for them, and the poor girl really suffers the consequences in the end.
Pip is just as doggedly determined when it came to solving this mystery as she was in AGGGTM but things feel a little more personal here as the missing young man, Jamie, is one of her best friend’s brothers. Pip evolves in such an interesting way, and not necessarily in the healthiest or most positive ways, but I loved her, though I can definitely see why people would find her frustrating and might hate her character. She tries her hardest to be the “good girl” and to not spiral while investigating Jamie’s disappearance, but she struggles to be the person she was before she uncovered and experienced first-hand the horrors of Little Kilton’s dirty little town secrets. She does push peoples buttons trying to get to the truth and she also does some damaging things towards the end as she slowly loses control but her grit, determination and sheer inability to give up (even if it puts her in dangerous situations) was something I really admired about her character. Yes, I wanted to shake her at times but I also wanted to give her high-fives along the way and, by the end, to give her the biggest panda hug and never let go. I really appreciated how Jackson show’s the reality of what taking on such a tremendous role as Pippa does can do to a person. Yes, Pippa is an amazing sleuth and but there’s really only so much a person can take, right? By the end, Pip is teetering on a knife’s edge and we’re not sure just which way she’ll fall. It’s not all roses, folks.
Aside from Pippa, we see a lot of familiar faces in this book like Ravi, Cara, Connor, Naomi, Nat and Daniel da Silva and of course, Pip’s family. Although I was a bit sad that we didn’t get scenes with Pip’s amazing family (especially her dad!), Ravi, Connor and Cara continue to play great supporting roles. Ravi and Pip have such a great relationship and their banter really had me cracking up at certain points—he’s so cheeky and I loved how he brought levity to Pip’s life (as cheesy as that sounds).
Overall, I laughed a lot and I (very surprisingly) shed a couple of tears by the end. It’s safe to say that I’m pretty invested in this series and the characters! I hope Pippa is gonna be okay and I can’t wait to read on and find out for myself (soon). I’d highly recommend this series if you enjoy YA mysteries/thrillers.
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