Mottentanz (German Edition)

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Two years later, Ellie can't stop thinking about her sister. Although everyone else has given up hope that Nina will return, Elile just knows her sister is out there, somewhere. If only Ellie had a clue where to look.

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And then she gets one, in the form of a mysterious drawing tucked into the pages of a book. Determined to find her sister, Ellie takes off on a crazy, sexy, cross-country road trip with the only person who believes she's got a chance -- her hot, adventurous new crush. Along the way, Ellie finds a few things she wasn't planning on. And something far ore shocking -- the truth. Nina is beautiful, wild, and adored by her younger sister, Ellie.

But one day, Nina disappears. Two years later, everyone has given up hope that Nina will return, but Ellie knows her sister is out there.

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The sister is portrayed as being a bit wild, sneaking out at night, etc. The younger sister, Ellie, finds a clue that happens to be a drawing and sets off to find her in what I thought would be a suspenseful and mysterious search. Unfortunately, this story just never got off the ground. The rest of the plot was thin, contrived, and unrealistic as it evolved.

The character of Ellie was the only one that was somewhat developed; the supporting cast was totally stereotypical -- from the absent, completely clueless mother to the gay boss at the coffee shop. The cross country trek Ellie takes with a stranger, a "hot guy" named Sean, was intrinsically unbelievable and relied on some assumptions about the ability of teenagers to rent hotel rooms at their age and have access to that kind of time away from home, school, jobs and also the amount of money needed.

I don't mind a stretch of credulity in a teen novel now and again, but this was way too much from start to finish. The story fell apart for me as Sean and Ellie start on their harebrained journey in his car, meeting up with random people following a band - the clues or whatever these drawings are just made no sense. There was never any mention of the family enlisting detectives or police to look for this missing girl, the mother's lack of interest in the whereabouts of her daughter, the denouement and revelation of the reason for the disappearance and the lack of contact - well it just didn't work.

I had to force myself to finish. There was no suspense in the book. Ellie was immature with very poor judgment, her friendship with Amanda didn't feel realistic, and the way the book ended all added up to a forgettable read by a debut author. I had read some good reviews about this one, and since I had a copy of it on my shelf and was looking for a light read, I thought this was perfect!

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Ellie's sister, Nina, has been missing for two years. Nina just didn't come home one day. In the present day, Ellie is hanging out with her best friend when she comes across a giveaway box in which there's a picture that's clearly drawn by Nina. In this picture, there's a clue hidden, and from there, Ellie starts an adventure to look for her sister. At the very start, she is accompanied by a guy she met at a party and along the way, she meets some really quirky characters.

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Wherever Nina Lies was a fun light read, but it didn't hook my interest much. I probably was looking at it through grown-up lens, but no matter how much I willingly suspended my belief, there was a lot that seemed improbable to me. I'm sure that my teen-self would have enjoyed this. There are some classic teen-favored elements without being stereotypical in here - a strong teen girl character, some nice romance, an adventure road trip, a mystery to spur the storyline, and this handsome mysterious guy.

I did like the way the mystery played out and I liked the characters in it, especially the guy who works with Ellie at the coffee shop. But it felt a little too sappy for me.

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I loved this book until about half way through. The premise was very intriguing. I thought this would be a mystery, a who-done-it. But it was more of a psychological suspense-filled novel. I can't tell you why I really didn't like the book without giving away the big twist, but I can tell you some of the other reasons. Ellie gets a clue to go to a city, they go there, and out of all of the millions of pla I loved this book until about half way through.

Ellie gets a clue to go to a city, they go there, and out of all of the millions of places in the city she just happens to stumble onto a clue. This cycle repeats itself several times. There is no explanation given for how easily she finds these clues. Not to mention how she just so happens to stumble upon various people who knew her sister. There's no sleuthing here at all.

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And the biggest disappointment is one I can't talk about without ruining the story for everyone. But just take my word for it.

Ellie's sister Nina has been missing for 2 years and Ellie just can't let it go. When she sees sisters together, when she sees someone who looks like Nina, it all comes back. Then she finds a clue that Nina might be closer than she thought. And she needs to find out, needs to find Nina. Sean, a boy she meets at a party, seems to understand. He encourages Ellie to follow each clue as she stumbles upon it. But as Ellie and Sean head across the country, Ellie can't help but wonder why Sean is so devo Ellie's sister Nina has been missing for 2 years and Ellie just can't let it go.

But as Ellie and Sean head across the country, Ellie can't help but wonder why Sean is so devoted. A great story, a little hard to get into, but well-told and exciting. The end is a little predictable but not entirely. Wherever Nina Lies is a novel about a girl named Ellie who is trying to find her sister, Nina.

Nina disappeared from Ellie's life two years ago, and Ellie is still not over it. She meets a sweet guy named Sean and together, they go on a road trip to find Nina. Along the way, Ellie uncovers shocking truths about her sister as well as Sean, whom she is falling in love with as their journey progresses. This novel was okay. I thought the plot was good, but the content seemed a bit rushed. I thought i Wherever Nina Lies is a novel about a girl named Ellie who is trying to find her sister, Nina. I thought it could have been more descriptive. I expected something more. The cover is really nice, however!

I picked this book up because it had my name in the title and was YA. The first third was okay, the second third became boring so I skimmed, but the last third was pretty good.

I didn't see several of the plot twists coming, and it ended up being more mature than I thought it would be. Interesting but just over okay. This was one of those books that had all the potential to be amazing, but it just fell short. I can overlook the unrealistic plot and suspend belief, but it was so horribly written that I ended up skimming the majority of it.

Pero los dibujos en el libro me gustaron. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Good Book, had a weird twist in the middle i didn't expect I feel like I should have liked this more than I did; the ending just seemed too cleverly deus ex machina for me. Girl's older sister has been missing for 2 years. This is the story of her mission to find out what happened. It wasn't the best.