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Dead Girls Walking

Suzy Cox Ú 5 characters

As been dead long enough to know the Rules But that doesn’t stop her showing up at her little sister’s high school production of Hipster Hamlet But wh. Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to Constable Robinson and NetGalleyThe dead girls are back to solve another mysteryWho killed Mercy And can the girls work it out in timeThis story was actually worse than the first book in the series because it ended with a ginormous cliff hangerCharlotte was the main character again I thought it might be the newly dead girl but no it was Charlotte and she was pretty much the same in this book as the last so on a positive note – good continuityThe storyline was as dull as it was in the first the book the jokes had possibly gotten worse – who thinks it’s Scaredy Hat’ instead of scaredy cat who thinks that ‘traffic light boy’ is a clever turn of phrase Unfortunately I just don’t like this series I don’t think I would have enjoyed them at the age of 12 there just isn’t enough in here for me; the characters are annoying the jokes aren’t funny and the pace is sadly lackingThe ending in this one was also worse because we didn’t really get an ending we just got a giant cliff hanger and I really don’t want to have to read the next one to find out what happensOverall; not for me4 out of 10

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The Dead Girls Detective Agency trilogy charts the adventures of teens in NYC tasked with solving the mystery of their murder from beyond the graveLorna h. WHERE is the 3rd book

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En she arrives a lighting rig comes crashing down on the lead cast member mid performance All fingers point to Lorna’s little sister Emma and it’s up. NEED A THIRD BOOK


About the Author: Suzy Cox

Suzy Cox is deputy editor of Cosmopolitan UK She lives in London but she loves New York



10 thoughts on “Dead Girls Walking

  1. says:

    When I saw this book I wanted to read it as it had ghosts and sounded fun It turns out it is about the afterlife When ghosts are murdered they go to the in between world where they are waiting for their murders to be solved When the murder is solved they are presented with a golden key which is the only way to unlock the door into the world that is Heaven etc Three girls Lorna Nancy and Charlotte have been designated as what they call The Dead Girls Detective Agency They give the police a bit of push and shove and help the new ghosts transition into the ghost world and help them to solve their murders This murder hits home for Lorna as it happens at her old school and her sister Emma is one of the main suspects but Emma couldn't have killed Mercy or did she? Now the girls have two missions on hand clearing Emma's name and helping Mercy find her killer who will prove to be difficult as she made lots of enemies This book was a little slow paced for my liking but felt like a Supernatural Nancy Drew Novel The thing I did love and was like OMG was the cliffhanger that this book finished on and makes me wonder what this means for Charlotte? Is she finally going to get her chance to go through the door or will she choose to stay with her newfound ghostly friends?


  2. says:

    WHERE is the 3rd book??


  3. says:

    I'm writing a review after ages but I literally just finished this book 2 minutes ago and I had to just say WHAT?? HOW CAN THE BOOK END LIKE THAT? STEAM COMING OUT OF MY EARS etc etc I'm uite frustrated at the ending I mean really?? I waited ages to read this book and I guess it didn't really disappoint because I mean hello? Edison He is just so sexy sigh Anyway this was an absolutely fantastic read It was a bit annoying their detecting but I guess it had to be that way And holy crap that ending? Uhm third book please? 3


  4. says:

    It's been uite a while since I read the first installment of the series 'The Dead Girl's Detective Agency' so if you'd like to read my review of that book and remind yourself what was happening you can read that over here I'd been intending to read 'Dead Girls Walking' for a while but I never managed to get around to it but because I'm attempting to finish and catch up with series in 2016 this one was a no brainerIn the first book we were introduced to Charlotte the newest inhabitant at the Hotel Atessa If a teenager gets murdered in New York City they find themselves waking up in the hotel where they need to stay until they solve their murder retrieve their key and step through the Big Red Door to the other side whether that's heaven hell reincarnation No one knows When 'Dead Girls Walking' begins it's been just over two months since Charlotte's untimely death and the events of the first novel She's understandably uite depressed so when Lorna invites her to see the opening night of her sister's play Charlotte begrudgingly agrees to accompany her Nancy finds them at the performance and the girls finally get some much deserved downtime from crime fighting However when the lighting rig comes crashing down on the lead actress's head and she turns up at the hotel their relaxed night off become one of frantic investigating it's the earliest that the girls have ever been involved in a case so Nancy is determined to get off to a strong startThere's remarkably less angsty complaining in this second book which was surprisingRead the rest of my review here


  5. says:

    Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to Constable Robinson and NetGalleyThe dead girls are back to solve another mysteryWho killed Mercy? And can the girls work it out in time?This story was actually worse than the first book in the series because it ended with a ginormous cliff hangerCharlotte was the main character again I thought it might be the newly dead girl but no it was Charlotte and she was pretty much the same in this book as the last so on a positive note – good continuityThe storyline was as dull as it was in the first the book the jokes had possibly gotten worse – who thinks it’s Scaredy Hat’ instead of scaredy cat? who thinks that ‘traffic light boy’ is a clever turn of phrase? Unfortunately I just don’t like this series I don’t think I would have enjoyed them at the age of 12 there just isn’t enough in here for me; the characters are annoying the jokes aren’t funny and the pace is sadly lackingThe ending in this one was also worse because we didn’t really get an ending we just got a giant cliff hanger and I really don’t want to have to read the next one to find out what happensOverall; not for me4 out of 10


  6. says:

    I received a copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Dead Girls Walking was just as bad as the first oneThe characters were the same and they were their usual annoying selvesUnfortunately there was a new girl in their group and she was just as badThe jokes in the last one were cringe worthy and i didn't think they could get any worse but they didThe ending was rubbish yet againIt ended on a cliffhanger and didn't wrap the investigation upI wasn't impressed as i have no intention on continuing the seriesOverall dull annoying and had a rubbish ending


  7. says:

    NEED A THIRD BOOK


  8. says:

    455 stars D Even better than the first one


  9. says:

    A huge thank you to publishers and netgalley for allowing me to receive this is exchange for an honest review This is the second book in the trilogy to see my review of the first book The Dead Girls Detective Agency Click HereI was really eager to return to this series and was very happy when I was accepted to review it Although after finishing it I have to say I was a little disappointed with this novel It was nice to return to the Attesa hotel and its ghostly inhabitants I really like the characters in this novel especially Nancy and enjoyed reading the novel Nancy the self elected leader of the Dead Girls Detective Agency is one of my favourite characters of the series She is uiet introverted and mild but also excitable and a really kind and caring friend I really enjoyed her character in this novel as she worked to help the newest dead girl Mercy solve her murder I love Nancy's drive to help others and I think she can also have moments of being brutally honest in the most hilarious ways Charlotte was the protagonist of this novel again I found that a little surprising because I thought the newest dead would be the voice of each novel but obviously not Although in the previous novel I really liked Charlotte for her cynicism dry humour and sarcasm I felt it ran a bit thin in this novel Her character became this sort of moaning and whiny character who was very self obsessed and self important Her relationship with Edison also was not as interesting in this novel and sort of read two dimensional for me I do like her narration of the story but felt she was a little overly whiny in this novel Mercy the newest dead girl was a good addition to the story Although I really disliked her throughout the first 60 % of the novel her character did a complete U turn for me and I instantly liked her so much She started off as this stereotypical theatre brat type of girl but underneath that she was much normal and vulnerable I could really identify with her character and think many other readers could My favourite Mercy scene was when she said her life motto was fake it until you make it because I love that saying The plot of this book was okay not great just okay After the fast pacing and plot twist filled novel that was the previous bookThe Dead Girls Detective Agency I was rather disappointed and surprised that after the first 50 pages I found myself feeling somewhat disinterested in the plot entirely The plot seemed to be going around in circles for a very long time where nothing would happen for a while then something would happen before the process repeated itself I found Mercy's murder investigation to be uite boring in comparison to Charlotte's I wasn't interested in the high school suabbles Mercy had experienced and it made me dislike her case I didn't feel the pacing of this book was very good at all The previous book was paced perfectly whereas I feel this novel contains too many chapters where not a lot happens I think that the last 40 pages of the novel contains action than is seen in the entire novel I wish some suspense and mystery was added near the middle of the novel as that is where I begin to lose interest The writing style was good I think Suzy Cox has a great set of characters and had a good idea for this novel but it just didn't translate as well to paper as the previous novel The plot was good but nowhere near as good as the previous novel The writing style was just okay The dialogue was very dry and bland I felt humour sarcasm and such was overused in the novel making it seem very forced and dry whereas in the previous novel it came across as light hearted and natural The relationship between Edison and Charlotte could have been teased at before the ending of the novel The end of this novel was uite odd but also good I have a love hate relationship with cliffhanger endings as although they make me want to buy the next book they annoy me as they leave you without closure Warning to readers you may want to wait for the third book to be released if you would like to read the series all the way through without being frustrated at the ending Overall a good but slightly disappointing novel Light hearted and humorous in places Not my favourite in the series so far but I am looking forward to the release of the third and final book in the series Let me know your thoughts in the comments below RATING Three Stars


  10. says:

    After pleasantly enjoying The Dead Girls Detective Agency I was pretty excited to see where Cox would take Nancy Lorna and Charlotte next with their next murder but what I didn't expect was for this book to have such a focus on all types of relationships and the fine line between the living the dead not to mention that totally uncalled for cliff hanger which now has me begging for a copy of the third installment Dead Girls Walking like that of the first book wasn't without it's flaws but it most certainly was still just as entertaining and enjoyableMy biggest fear with this book was that the voice of the book would change from Charlotte to Lorna considering there's a lot of focus on Lorna and her family in this installment but I was very pleased to see it wasn't; there was still the wonderful uick witted humour snarky comments girls drama and realistic grieving process which I very much enjoyed Charlotte now having been dead two months is at home at the Attesa and has become an avid member of The Dead Girls Detective Agency and HH but is still uite emotional over the events that unfolded at the end of the first book while Nancy is still the same little uirky nerd that takes the lead but I liked most that this story gave a much in depth look to Lorna who in the first book was dupped the ditsy blonde who likes bags and dress shops It was wonderful to see how much Emma her sister meant to her and it was this that really highlighted how heartbreaking it must be for Lorna to be close to someone but not be able to comfort them your own family; no amount of time being dead can help that pain and I think I really began to connect with Lorna on a emotional level and I could relate to her protectiveness While I'm glad Cox didn't take the view point from Charlotte away I appreciate that a large amount of the story was focused on herMuch like in The Dead Girls Detective Agency the second half was much better than the first and after having been through that once before I hoped that this book would get into the murder uicker than the first considering they actually saw the murder themselves but the angle Cox took with introducing and 'living' side to the investigation really made for an interesting turn in characters and in the rules Fine lines were crossed crushes developed and rules were most definitely broken between all the characters and it meant everyone had to lose especially their current state in limbo However the touch of the 'living' investigation also meant that the girls didn't do their own investigating or take on their own leads which was a shame They didn't take on the fun elements the first book had the possessions and the hauntings and it meant some of the uirkiness was missing One of the plot twists in the end did help my overall feelings on the case but on a level of enjoyment compared to the previous book this one lacked a littleWhat Dead Girls Walking didn't lack though was Edison Oh Edison I'm pretty sure it's abnormal and completely wrong to have a crush on a ghost but his character was uite possibly my favourite in this installment His character development from a reclusive teenager to a getting involved with the investigation and risking his afterlife for Charlotte was really pretty sweet I could totally understand Charlotte's feelings of resentment and anger towards Edison and I could understand Edison's confused feelings and faithfulness and loyalty to not speaking about what he shouldn't Everything he did for Charlotte looking for a second key opening up to her taking her to where he lived he all created this depth to Edison that book one never had and it compliment the romance brewing between him and Charlotte too After The Dead Girls Detective Agency I expected a little from Dead Girls Walking I wanted murder mystery and I wanted romance and only one of those I got however the increased level of romance made up for the sluggish murder solving as did the plot twists on the final pages I'm eager to see whether Cox will take the third book to develop Nancy a little and I'm excited to see how this huge murder mystery will get wrapped up; who did it and why and whether my hunch on Lorna's murder being solved too will happen what the final pages events do to the girls and whether Charlotte and Edison will finally give in to one another If you enjoyed the first book it's definitely worth going out and getting a copy of the this installment because the third book sounds like one you don't want to miss


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