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Do you know what the blurb of Death Date reminded me of Quick, somebody call L Do you know what the blurb of Death Date reminded me of Quick, somebody call L If you think this is your usual paranormal book where a girl finds herself capable of doing some pretty cool shit and doesn t know how to use it and consequently gets frustrated until she finds the Love Interest s who help s her channel her powers for good before they run off to the sunset to their happily ever after, STOP RIGHT THERE I shit you not, When by Victoria Laurie is anything but that It gets rid of the overused PR formula and breathes into it new life I m telling you right now t If you think this is your usual paranormal book where a girl finds herself capable of doing some pretty cool shit and doesn t know how to use it and consequently gets frustrated until she finds the Love Interest s who help s her channel her powers for good before they run off to the sunset to their happily ever after, STOP RIGHT THERE I shit you not, When by Victoria Laurie is anything but that It gets rid of the overused PR formula and breathes into it new life I m telling you right now that this book will surprise you in the sickest way possible and I mean that very positively.Being able to know when someone will die is definitely not an easy burden If I had this curse put upon me, I don t think I would be able to accept it easily and would probably lock myself in my cabinet so I won t see another person again I was rather nervous to see how the book would portray Maddie s overall reaction and perspective about it, but I thought the book handled it beautifully and realistically You can tell that Maddie s not totally happy about it as she oftentimes have difficulty coping with it, but she does take advantage of her gift especially since her father died and she and her mom needed money to get by You can absolutely feel the anger and frustration brewing inside her at the fact she can t save anyone from their impending deaths She hates that she could only warn them, and hates that some of them don t take her seriously until death is staring at them at pointblank range.And man, the way Maddie tells them, we can really feel the pain in her words It s amazing how such a PR book feel so personal I mean, seriously,EVEN I WAS SO AFFECTED I FELT LIKE CRYING IN FRUSTRATIONAdd to that the suspense of the plot Man, oh, man, the way the story unfolds here with the murders and everything really makes you want to scream and check the last page just so you can be reassured everything will be fine in the end It was absolutely nerve wracking to see our heroine continuously doubted and seen as a serial killer If you combine the thrill each page gives you and the very intimate and realistic voice of Maddie, it would make a 100% amazing reading experience, which this book was in a nutshell.If there was one thing I didn t really like about this, it was the fact that the heroine kept refraining from telling her lawyer and the authorities about important information using the lamest fucking reasons as possible Oh gee weez, I keep seeing that dark truck following me everywhere I should tell my uncle but he and I had just a fight so I don t feel like saying it now or Well, that guy leered at me and looked at me like he was going to kill me, but I don t think I should tell that to the FBI because it was probably a coincidence or I think I m being stalked, but I conveniently forget UNTIL the very end WHOOPSIE And I m like FUUUUCK YOOOOOOUUUUU.That bit seriously pissed me off, especially since it was such a recurring incidence I mean, girl, there is a serial killer on the loose and you don t bother telling that ONE IMPORTANT SINISTER GUY because he s probably harmless in the end and his looking at you that way was just a coincidence What kind of illogical motherfucking sorcery is this crap It was seriously so irritating.Other than that, this was a great book READ IT The cover of the book will give you a dystopian sci fi sort of vibe, so I was totally surprised to find out that this is YA contemporary with a dab er a splash of paranormal which in this case is both good and bad It s good because the story revolves around a very creative premise Maddie has an abnormal ability to read people s deaths, the figures plastered on people s foreheads such a lovely sight It s good because the plot navigates along an unexpected route that made the paranormal them The cover of the book will give you a dystopian sci fi sort of vibe, so I was totally surprised to find out that this is YA contemporary with a dab er a splash of paranormal which in this case is both good and bad It s good because the story revolves around a very creative premise Maddie has an abnormal ability to read people s deaths, the figures plastered on people s foreheads such a lovely sight It s good because the plot navigates along an unexpected route that made the paranormal theme a psychological thriller as Maddie finds herself trapped in a murder investigation because of her exceptional ability I was instantly captivated by the creative take on the plot and the fast build up of suspense due to my newly found passion for the said genre It s good because the writing is simple and direct via Maddie s POV whose voice is very much appropriate for her age of 16 Her character is very realistic and relatable and I felt really bad for her to be caught in the midst of the most terrible situation I find the saying Terrible things happen to good people a perfect description to Maddie s state.The realism however seems to have ended there because as soon as the detectives entered the scenes, almost everything became very unrealistic starting with the dumb sorry for the word detectives, Agent Wallace and Agent Faraday Their stupidity is completely infuriating and every time they make a snarky comment to Maddie, I earnestly want to possess her to tell them Or do this Actually, I want to do the above things to Maddie s teachers and classmates and basically almost all characters in the book who seem to have forgotten that a person is innocent until proven guilty But despite the bad, I still found myself intently trying to determine who the real bad guy is The author managed to evoke my suspicion on several characters although some are obviously just distractions and I was still surprised when the real culprit was revealed and although the ending was overly like a fairy tale happy ending with the annoying characters including Agent Faraday redeeming themselves , I still liked it, because Maddie deserves it I m DNFing this Everything is just so far fetched and I have zero interest to keep going past the halfway point I seem to be in the minority here so I m not sure what I missed, but this one s not for me.Why Ok so, Maddie can see deathdates on everyone s forehead which I find really interesting for a book premise I enjoyed that aspect a lot actually but the use of it in this plot is ridiculous most of the time This girl tells a mother her son will die important to note the mom came to he I m DNFing this Everything is just so far fetched and I have zero interest to keep going past the halfway point I seem to be in the minority here so I m not sure what I missed, but this one s not for me.Why Ok so, Maddie can see deathdates on everyone s forehead which I find really interesting for a book premise I enjoyed that aspect a lot actually but the use of it in this plot is ridiculous most of the time This girl tells a mother her son will die important to note the mom came to her , then the mom freaks when he son doesn t come home from school one day and tells the cops the MC is to blame for his disappearance Not even 24 hours after the son went missing before it would even be considered a missing person s case IRL , the FBI yes, the FB Freaking I are at Maddie s school wanting answers Ok fiiiine I could still roll with this even though it had already become unrealistic But then the FBI start using all their time and resources in following stalking Maddie day and night They show her images of evidence which makes her puke and almost pass out Then they find out she just aced a test the day after the boy disappeared, had an alibi, and is in general not AT ALL the type of profile a killer of this magnitude would be There is no way the FBI would actually consider this teenage girl a suspect only because the victim s mom went to a psychic reading and needs someone to blame I mean c mon Maybe the problem is that I have seen a LOT of cop shows and read many serial killer mysteries so realism in this area is a must for me.There are other things that made me cock an eyebrow, too Like the stupid things they do to warn someone of their upcoming death via a cryptic bday card making the ramifications uber predictable , and how the plot will pause for random daydreams of some random boy she sees twice a year that she apparently has this connection with And why has her own death date not been mentioned yet Anyways, if I keep reading I fear my eyes will fall off from so much rolling 5 stars Re read this 5 years after the first time Still loved it just as much When I read the about the plot of this book, I immediately though of this Nickelback video Nickelback Savin meEvery time I saw the video, I was thinking that I would have loved to see this story made into a movie or a book and it kind of feels like it happened with When.It follows a girl named Maddie who has this strange ability to see the day when someone is going to die, as a series of numbers that hover 5 stars Re read this 5 years after the first time Still loved it just as much When I read the about the plot of this book, I immediately though of this Nickelback video Nickelback Savin meEvery time I saw the video, I was thinking that I would have loved to see this story made into a movie or a book and it kind of feels like it happened with When.It follows a girl named Maddie who has this strange ability to see the day when someone is going to die, as a series of numbers that hover above people s foreheads She can read it in person, on tv, even in a picture and she can t explain or turn it off But she can do this since she was a kid and one of her first memories with it, is when she saw her dad s fast approaching date.Her father s death is what led her mother to become an alcoholic Having lost her job, Maddie s mother sees an opportunity to make money out of this gift and kind of forces her to do readings for people in exchange for cash When one of the customers wants to know the death date of her sick daughter, Maddie s life is about to get turned upside down Instead of telling the customer what she wants, Maddie sees the upcoming date of another child, a boy, in the photograph the customer brought with her The woman doesn t even want to hear it and storm off.As predicted, the boy disappeared on that date Soon enough his remains are found and an FBI investigation is launched Because of the the date connection that Maddie had given, she instantly becomes one of the prime suspects.To avoid any spoilers, I won t go further into the story All I can say is that it s such a ride I loved it so much, that I just couldn t put it down Highly recommend Oh, what a feast for my senses My verdict Incredible, addictive and absolutely well done in terms of writing style, characters, plot, suspense, even that cute ending When or Death Date depending on the edition is an amazing paranormal story full of mystery and turnarounds It has a gripping plot, great character development and for some reason I simply can t get it out of my mind I really loved it and now its memory is haunting me not that I m complaining In fact, I want thi Oh, what a feast for my senses My verdict Incredible, addictive and absolutely well done in terms of writing style, characters, plot, suspense, even that cute ending When or Death Date depending on the edition is an amazing paranormal story full of mystery and turnarounds It has a gripping plot, great character development and for some reason I simply can t get it out of my mind I really loved it and now its memory is haunting me not that I m complaining In fact, I want this story to be made into a movie, because that s how it played out in my mind and if you are curious, yeah, it felt like a mind blowing mind movie Pun intended.In paranormal mystery books it s easy to get lost through all so many details and lose focus of what s important, but this story was kept pretty tight.I also loved how all threads were entwined, how some of the superficial details came back to bite us when least expected And I loved the emotional side of it with our main character feeling guilty for the death of her father, with her needing to take care of her depressed alcoholic mother, with all the bullying and the need to prove their innocence because she wasn t the only one accused for those crimes.You might need to know that this book was absolutely great, even though it didn t focus on the romantic side in fact the romance was somewhere way in the background putting a smile on my face from time to time , just waiting for everything to be fixed before surfacing And yes, I didn t want it any other way because it worked so beautifully this way And the ending was so sweet and hopeful.Conclusion Dear Victoria,I ll be watching you You are on my favourite authors list right now and I can t wait to read another YA book from you.Love,A new big fan of yoursHappy midnight reading ARC received from the publisher for review Find the complete review at ReadingAfterMidnight.comPost reading quick notes I am not sure what s the actual title for this book my ARC is called When , here it is called Death Date , but oh, just how beautiful this book is Incredible, addictive, absolutely well done characters, plot, suspense, even that cute ending I ll tell yousoon, just for now know that this is AMAZING Blog EN Facebook Twitter Tumblr Bloglovin Blog RO Fantasy Mystery thriller Is the best If you would have a special ability What would it be I would like to be a jumper so I can just go to places I wanna visit haha By the way, this book is recommended to me by the awesome Katerina Thanks to her I got to read this awesome book.Anyways, the story is about this 16 year old girl, Maddie who has an ability But lemme remind you that abilities are not always good The girl sees numbers on everybody s forehead This numbers are death dates Fantasy Mystery thriller Is the best If you would have a special ability What would it be I would like to be a jumper so I can just go to places I wanna visit haha By the way, this book is recommended to me by the awesome Katerina Thanks to her I got to read this awesome book.Anyways, the story is about this 16 year old girl, Maddie who has an ability But lemme remind you that abilities are not always good The girl sees numbers on everybody s forehead This numbers are death dates She can tell when you are going to die This kind of ability is new to me which made me enamor the story line.Her ability doesn t do her good She cannot stay in the city or places where there are a lot of people She can t bear to see these dates She tried to warn people of their dates, and people don t believe her and they think she s crazy.At present, she does future telling because of her alcoholic jobless mom She reads death dates and it helps them financially But one death resulted to chaos Maddie and her friend want to do something with these death dates They warned a mother of his child s near death but instead accused them of killing the kid leading them to be prime suspects The problem is, Maddie can only see dates, not how or where it will happen.Most part of the story is about the case, FBI trying to find out the killer It is like a CSI type story but with fantasy touch to it What I really like about the book is that it made me think and puzzled I had my own predictions of who the killer is but woah Who would have thought Really, you guys have to read this The writing style is so good It was able to get me into the depth of the story And the characters were well written, they totally bring flavor to the book.A highly recommended book to fantasy suspense mystery YA readers 4.5 stars When is a very impressive and incredibly compelling standalone book by Victoria Laurie It s the sort of book that pulls you in from its first sentence and refuses to let go The opening chapter does an excellent job in making us care for Maddie, our protagonist, and at the same time, it gives us a great idea of what lies ahead This suspenseful, surprisingly well written book kept me on the edge of my seat throughout, which wasn t achieved through cheap tricks and tropes, but through a 4.5 stars When is a very impressive and incredibly compelling standalone book by Victoria Laurie It s the sort of book that pulls you in from its first sentence and refuses to let go The opening chapter does an excellent job in making us care for Maddie, our protagonist, and at the same time, it gives us a great idea of what lies ahead This suspenseful, surprisingly well written book kept me on the edge of my seat throughout, which wasn t achieved through cheap tricks and tropes, but through a story so well built that it would leave anyone breathless Maddie has been seeing numbers on people s foreheads since she was a baby, but it wasn t until her father died that she realized what they actually mean The numbers she sees are people s death dates and she is never mistaken She has also never succeeded in changing someone s date, even though she tried on several occasions But being who she is, she can t help trying again, only this time her attempt puts her in a world of trouble.From the start, Maddie won me over with incredible ease Forced by her alcoholic mother to abuse her gift and read people s death dates for money, Maddie still found a way to be herself and help where she could She made smart choices from the start, and even when she ended up right in the middle of a murder investigation, she did the best she could for everyone I felt everything she felt in this book, the grief over her father s death, the shame over her mother s drinking, her love for her best friend and her desire to help When has a movie like quality to it and every scene is shaped to achieve its full potential The tension builds slowly but steadily, all the way to a heart stopping finale The mystery is well done, clearly the work of an experienced author, and it kept me guessing throughout When the killer was finally revealed, I was completely taken aback, but it made sense in retrospect, which I think is the holy grail of crime fiction I adored the romance aspect of this book mostly because there was no romance, not until the very end With everything going on around Maddie, pushing her into a relationship of some sort would have been a bit ridiculous, and I m so happy Laurie chose not to take that route As it is, the small glimpse of romance ahead was tasteful, well timed and simply delightful It s just one of the things that make this book stand out In short, Victoria Laurie did a fabulous job with what seems to be her YA debut Hopefully we won t have to wait too long for her next book, but even if we do, I have a feeling it will be worth the wait {READ DOWNLOAD} Î When ô Maddie Fynn is a shy high school junior, cursed with an eerie intuitive ability she sees a series of unique digits hovering above the foreheads of each person she encounters Her earliest memories are marked by these numbers, but it takes her father s premature death for Maddie and her family to realize that these mysterious digits are actually death dates, and just like birthdays, everyone has one Forced by her alcoholic mother to use her ability to make extra money, Maddie identifies the quickly approaching death date of one client s young son, but because her ability only allows her to see the when and not the how, she s unable to offer any insight When the boy goes missing on that exact date, law enforcement turns to Maddie Soon, Maddie is entangled in a homicide investigation, and young people disappear and are later found murdered A suspect for the investigation, a target for the murderer, and attracting the attentions of a mysterious young admirer who may be connected to it all, Maddie s whole existence is about to be turned upside down Can she right things before it s too late Full review NOT to come because while trying to find out if this novel will have a sequel the ending is open enough for it , I realized why the author s name sounded so familiar she s a BBA from 2008 I m not going to spend a good hour of my time writing about her book when I m just going to end up humiliated in her books one day This novel has been given the rating it earned regardless of my opinion of her behavior When turned out to be an okay thriller that actually took into account the fa Full review NOT to come because while trying to find out if this novel will have a sequel the ending is open enough for it , I realized why the author s name sounded so familiar she s a BBA from 2008 I m not going to spend a good hour of my time writing about her book when I m just going to end up humiliated in her books one day This novel has been given the rating it earned regardless of my opinion of her behavior When turned out to be an okay thriller that actually took into account the fact people s days of death can change unlike other death is a set date books trust me, when guillotines exist, NO ONE has a set death date because you ain t surviving that shit It also flipped a few things I m used to with YA there was a mere crush instead of any romance and Maddie did NOT play the Nancy Drew role like a lot of characters in YA mystery thriller novels do.That she managed to make a pancake without burning all of it doesn t mean it s good, though The FBI wouldn t be investigating a simple kidnapping murder case like this that would be the local police s job unless something came up and required the FBI Nothing about the murders in this book were anything to warrant FBI attention if the West Memphis Three were only investigated by local police This book was about as subtle as being hit by a semi truck running full speed ahead as well The bits that were wrong were so wrong that every time something I was unsure about came up, I had to stop and check the Internet to make sure it was right That made reading this book one long, often interrupted journey I called the ending about halfway through