Friday, 31 January 2020

Review Of Deadly First Day by Emily Kazmierski

Who knew that the first day at a new school could be deadly?
Embassy Academy, the elite private boarding school I’m being shipped off to wasn’t made for girls like me. Girls who are timid wallflowers.

It was made for bold, outspoken, cultured kids of the political elite. Rich. Privileged. Condescending.
Except for Ricardo, who looks at me like I'm a new flavor of ice cream he'd like to try, despite my cute bodyguard's disapproving stare. If only bratty girls and cute boys were my biggest problem.

When the academy's resident mean girl is killed on my very first day, their shimmering oasis becomes a pool of blood. The whispering gets louder. Quick glances become hard stares.

They’re looking for someone to blame. They’re looking at me.
My Review: 5 STARS
I picked this up looking for a good mystery and was not disappointed. First day of new school and Adrienne finds a body! The story was quick to get into and a read you won't want to put down. I was hooked with Charlotte and all the other characters. The writing was an engaging twist of a read and I loved it. Will be looking forward to the next book in the series, highly recommended!

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