#Murderfunding

#Murderfunding

WELCOME TO WHO WANTS TO BE A PANIAC?, the latest reality TV show on the hunt for the next big-hit serial killer. But don’t worry—no one is actually going to murder anyone, as real as the fake gore and pretend murder may appear . . . uh, right?Seventeen-year-old Becca Martinello is about to find out. When her perfectly normal soccer mom dies in a car crash, a strange girl n...

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Title:#Murderfunding
Author:Gretchen McNeil
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#Murderfunding Reviews

  • Leah

    Yesssssss! Ok so the first one was better, but this was so good.

  • andrea caro

    I gave #MurderTrending 5-stars, but I'm kind of bummed out by this one. RTC.

  • Clare dooley

    I hope this novel explains what the families of the previous inhabitants of Alcatraz 2.0 families have to say about their kettle balls and mako sharks owe to the innocent ~ grins ~ aaaaannnddd actiooooon #clarebdeviolent

  • Jackie

    Sadly this book wasn’t as good as the first one. We didn’t get to connect to the characters at all and things were far fetched even for this type of book. The first book had great characters, twists and political questions with various what ifs... this book doesn’t deliver on many accounts sadly!

  • Lauren Stoolfire

    by Gretchen McNeil wastes no time in getting down to business. It's a fast-paced follow up to last year's

    . Just like it's predecessor, this makes great use of feeling up to the minute with its use of language, social media, and depressingly even a bit of the politics. It's easy to quickly tear through this story because it's just so compulsively readable. If only I had a nice tub of popcorn to go wit

    by Gretchen McNeil wastes no time in getting down to business. It's a fast-paced follow up to last year's

    . Just like it's predecessor, this makes great use of feeling up to the minute with its use of language, social media, and depressingly even a bit of the politics. It's easy to quickly tear through this story because it's just so compulsively readable. If only I had a nice tub of popcorn to go with it.

  • Sarah Wright

    3/5 stars — a premise that strained credulity despite a few redeeming features

    is, like the previous book in the series, a B-movie-esque celebration of campy horror. However, the kind of quirky premise that made

    unique and interesting was stretched to its limits in the sequel. Bluntly, it wasn't believable and didn't work for me.

    This gets three stars from me because a) it might appeal to readers who really loved the style/premise of the first book and those who enjo

    3/5 stars — a premise that strained credulity despite a few redeeming features

    is, like the previous book in the series, a B-movie-esque celebration of campy horror. However, the kind of quirky premise that made

    unique and interesting was stretched to its limits in the sequel. Bluntly, it wasn't believable and didn't work for me.

    This gets three stars from me because a) it might appeal to readers who really loved the style/premise of the first book and those who enjoy a B-movie atmosphere, and b) the redeeming features mentioned above. Redeeming feature 1: the author's willingness to double down on the real-life United States' current problem with Russian interference in politics. Actually, I thought this went a bit too far;

    Redeeming feature 2: the number of queer characters. The main character has two moms, she herself pursues a relationship with a girl throughout the book, and one of their fellow contestants is gay.

    My issues with the story outnumbered the parts I enjoyed, however. The attempt to invoke teen slang was outdated and clumsy, including characters unironically saying "For reals?" and "YOLO." The gay (male) character was portrayed as very effeminate and stereotypical, which, if I recall correctly, held true for the "Gucci Hangman" in the previous book as well.

    Most of all, I hated how the main character kept getting distracted by her attraction to her love interest, including mentally commenting on her "hotness" on the day of the MC's mother's funeral and later while they were actively trying to avoid getting killed. The romance between Becca and Stef wasn't believable; they knew each other five days and were actively antagonistic toward each other for the first two or three.

    This book didn't work for me, but I hope it will appeal more to fans of slash-and-hack horror. If you really loved

    or any of the author's other books, I suggest giving this a shot. Otherwise, I don't recommend it.

    ** I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. **

  • Pamela ✨I Blame Wizards✨

    #Murderfunding - Serves 1

    1. Mix two parts GLOW with one part Suicide Squad.

    2. Add a splash of The Hunger Games. Stir well to combine.

    3. Simmer at low heat, stirring constantly until it thickens, and character and world building have evaporated completely.

    Best served with a sprinkle of glitter, to mask the bland taste.

  • Angie Crabtree-Liezel and Angie's Book Blog

    I need this book like yesterday!! I don’t think I can wait a whole year to read this! #murderwhat #wtf #crowsarealwayswatching

  • Sukh Singh

    Seriously though... How am I suppose to wait for a whole effing year.... I need it like RN. July 2019 Come Soon

  • BernLuvsBooks (Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas)

    I'm obviously in for book 2 after enjoying #murdertrending!

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