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Question Existing. Good Girl Gone Bad. More filters. Sort order. Jul 06, Emily May rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery-thriller , , arc.
Look for his face in the crowd. Good Girl, Bad Girl is an entertaining mystery with complex characters and a number of thrills to keep the pacing up.
I'm about to take a break from this genre because it seems I've got to a point where nothing surprises me. That aside, I especially enjoyed this book because it doesn't hang everything on the twists.
It spends more time with the characters, especially Evie, making you care about them and their personal struggles.
I would have liked to see slightly more character development for Cyrus and Lenny - the leading psychologist and detective solving the case.
This would have taken it to the next level in a Tana French kinda way. There are really two stories here. One is the story of Jodie Sheehan, a year-old figure skater found dead and possibly raped.
Though Lenny and Cyrus quickly home in on a likely suspect, it seems like something bigger could be at play. Alongside this is the story of Evie, and it is the mystery surrounding her - plus her contributions to the Jodie investigation - that really drives the story.
Evie is a mystery. She has no known birth certificate. No one knows her real name. She was found as a child, starved and sexually abused, several steps away from the body of a man who had been brutally tortured.
Now a teenager, she seeks emancipation, but it's complicated without any record of her birth date or age. Oh, and she also has the uncanny ability to tell whether someone is lying.
Cyrus attempts to get Evie to open up about what happened to her but she meets him with questions of her own; questions that force him to examine himself and his own life.
The relationship that develops between them is what makes the book so interesting. It's an unusual friendship, more than doctor and patient, not quite father and daughter.
I do have a genuine question, though, about the decision to allow Cyrus to foster Evie: is it considered ethical to allow a psychologist to foster one of their patients?
Would a judge really grant this? I genuinely don't know the answer, but I am curious. The way this book is left strongly hints at a sequel.
I must admit I would think more highly of this book if it is the start of a series, just because there are some aspects that felt unfinished.
Plus I really do want to see more of Lenny and Cyrus. View all 10 comments. Jul 30, Nilufer Ozmekik rated it it was amazing Shelves: all-time-favorites , best-thriller , best-ones , i-m-intrigued.
Hey GR friends are you ready for my second auction for stars bidding? Yes, sure you did! Here we go! Yes, I was the crazy re Hey GR friends are you ready for my second auction for stars bidding?
Yes, I was the crazy red haired woman and as soon as I opened this book, I wanted to buy it a romantic dinner, take it to the movies and spend my last 10 hours.
Well done, Mr. Nobody knows her real name or anything about her past. There is nothing can be found about her on the records.
It was impossible to love them. What I enjoyed about this book: Unpredictable pacing of the story. Well, unfortunately the book ended and I felt like I left the dinner table with hungry stomach, I wanted moreeeee!!!
And the interesting fact is you want to get more slaps. I spent all my stars at the auction but it was truly worth it! Brava, well down, fantastic job!
Robotham, Thank you for writing this amazing book. Thank you for reminding me there are still so many gifted writers out there I had to discover and devour their books.
I need to read more Cyrus-Evvie books. All the best, Your newest and permanent fan Nilufer View all 31 comments. She never talks to anyone and no one knows of her real identity.
Cyrus Haven is a Forensic Psychologist who works for the police. He is also hired to assist at the care home where Evie is living to a 5 Brilliant Stars.
He is also hired to assist at the care home where Evie is living to aid in determining if she is ready to be released.
In interviewing her, he discovers is that she can read people in a way that he has never seen before. He believes it to be a gift, she, a curse.
The police believe they have a suspect. Everyone Cyrus interviews is hiding something. Both Cyrus and Evie are used to going it alone.
Can joining forces help them save each other and the day? I have read every book he has ever written and this novel flowed like none of his others.
In short, I loved it. The characters of Evie and Cyrus and their relationship and the way it evolved, suffice it to say, it completely drew me in.
There are Times that your Heart is in your Throat. Your Stomach is Knotted Up. You are Waiting with Bated Breath. Pulse Pounding.
Reminding Yourself to Breathe. It has heart and soul and will take you on a crazy ride to boot.
Another fabulous buddy read with Ms. So happy we read a Robotham together!! A huge thank you to NetGalley, Edelweiss, Scribner and Michael Robotham for an arc of this novel in exchange for an honest review.
Published on Goodreads, NetGalley and Edelweiss on 6. Will be published on Amazon on 7. View all comments. Jun 29, Meredith rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley.
Good Girl, Bad Girl is a complex and compelling character-driven mystery about a girl with a mysterious past and the forensic psychologist who takes her under his wing no pun intended--if you have read this book you will understand!
When a teenage superstar figure skater turns up dead, Cyrus, a forensic psychologist who assists the police, is brought in to help with the investigation.
Good Girl, Bad Girl is enthralling. The narrative is split between Cyrus and Angel Face, both of whom lured me in.
I wanted to know everything about them. They are multidimensional with fascinating backgrounds.
Part of ht mystery lies in trying to unearth their secrets. This is a suspenseful and fascinating read. The tone is dark and unsettling and kept me on edge.
There are some dark moments and some crazy characters. View all 71 comments. This is by far one of the best psychological thrillers that I have read all year.
It has a complicated, twisty plot that will keep you guessing up until the very last pages. There are a multitude of characters that all have secrets.
The characters are well developed and unique, yet, for the most part, still believable. There are many mysteries to solve and characters to unveil.
Cyrus Haven is a forensic pathologist, who had an incredibly troubled past as a child. He has found his niche in helping with extremely damaged, disturbed individuals.
He drives a run down car and lives in a large, once beautiful, home which he has inherited. He has neither the time nor the money to do the repairs necessary to bring it back to its glory days but he seems happy here.
In this novel he is working on two cases concurrently. One involves the murder of a high school student, Jodie, who is a well known, world class ice skating champion.
She was popular, pretty and well liked by her classmates. The other case involves his evaluation of an extremely troubled young woman, called Evie, although her real name, age and family are unknown.
She was held prisoner for many years, sexually abused, malnourished and finally found hidden in a secret room in a home that had been cleared previously by the police.
She had spent her last weeks, maybe months, watching her captor tortured, dying and then decomposing before her eyes.
The police eventually found Evie but never solved the case of who she is. Evie has been in and out of foster homes and is now residing in a care home that is highly supervised and secure.
She claims to be 18 years old and is asking the court for permission to be released from the care of the state and allowed to live on her own.
The novel is told from two points of view, Cyrus and Evie, sometimes called Angel Face. The book flows very well and there is no problem following both narratives, each one being equally enthralling.
Who is the good girl, who is the bad girl???? I should note that the book is deeply disturbing in some parts and also very graphic.
It covers kidnapping, murder, incest and deeply twisted psyches. I had to wait a day to let this settle before writing the review.
It will lure you in from the beginning and not let you turn away. I will tell you that I came away absolutely loving the characters of Cyrus and Evie, cheering for them both and hoping that their paths will continue to align into perhaps a series of books.
I received an ARC of this novel from the publisher through Edelweiss View all 32 comments. Good Girl, Bad Girl brings together two people whose lives are filled with secrets and betrayal.
Evie Cormac was found hidden behind a false wall where she had lived for years, with her supposed kidnapper having been tortured and murdered, in a nearby room.
Cyrus Haven is a psychologist who has his own dark and horrid past and is asked to help with the investigation of the murder of a fifteen year old star figure skater.
At the same time, a former college classmate has asked him interview Evie to see if he can break through her silence and determine if she is ready to be released from the home, to live in the world.
Evie has the uncanny ability to know when anyone is telling the truth or not, an ability that is a subject close to the heart of Cyrus. When Cyrus decides to foster Evie, they both bond and clash as they each search for answers for both Evie and Cyrus and an elusive sense of safety for Evie.
For all we learn about these two people, there is so much more that we don't know and I'm hoping there is another book in the works so we can learn more about their pasts and what is going to happen to them, in the future.
May update: There is now a second book out connected to this story, When She Was Good, and I get to read it soon! View all 51 comments. Jun 08, Holly B rated it really liked it Shelves: disturbing-content , net-galley , enjoyed-the-characters , read-in , crime-police-procedural.
A multi-layered plot with fascinating characters. The camaraderie between Cyrus and his patient added sentiment. The writing is compelling and the crimes are gritty.
The characters are all flawed and mysterious. There are many surprises and a character with a special gift that she calls a curse.
This one kept me guessing and page tur A multi-layered plot with fascinating characters. This one kept me guessing and page turning to find out the who, the why, and the how.
The two cases that Cyrus is dealing with, come together in an explosive ending. Recommend to fans of crime fiction that enjoy a gritty subplot.
This one is out on July 23, View all 60 comments. Can I please hand out 6 shiny stars? Because Michael Robotham has done it again!
Lately, thrillers have been hit or miss for me. Maybe more miss. Straight to my favorite shelf! When she petitions the system to release her as Can I please hand out 6 shiny stars?
When she petitions the system to release her as an adult claiming to be eighteen, the court has other ideas.
Psychologist Cyrus Haven agrees to assume responsibility for her as her foster parent. Maybe this will buy her him time to unlock some of Evie's secrets.
Michael Robotham has a gift for writing the most ingenious, captivating thrillers, guaranteed to hold your undivided attention as you binge read right to the end.
I cannot believe how quickly I flew through this book. Loving every minute of it. The ending I highly recommend this latest stand-alone from Michael Robotham to all thriller fans!
A buddy read with Susanne that left us both speechless at the end! View all 78 comments. Jul 16, BernLuvsBooks rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley , , adult-reads.
One dead teenage girl, another with no past and one psychologist trying to uncover the truth. Cyrus Haven is a psychologist with a troubled past.
His demons are definitely simmering beneath the surface and made him a fascinating character. Cyrus is called in to offer his expertise on two different cases.
Evie was found hiding in an abandoned house with her captor's decomposing dead body. Even years later, she refuses to open up and give any details about herself or her past.
Her real name, age, etc are all unknown. Can Cyrus reach her and get her to finally open up? Case 2 involves Cyrus consulting with the police on the suspicious death of a teenage figure skater.
How did this Golden Girl and Olympic hopeful end up dead and hastily buried under branches and leaves in a trail? I loved Evie and Cyrus' rapport and watching it develop.
There is definitely more to be explored here and I have my fingers crossed that this is the start of a series. I'd certainly look forward to more of Evie and Cyrus!
Thank you to Michael Robotham, Scribner and Netgalley for the opportunity to read and review an arc of this thriller!
View all 18 comments. Jul 30, Debra rated it it was amazing Shelves: netgalley. A young woman who knows when someone is lying or telling the truth, a forensic psychologist with a painful past, a murdered high school ice skating champion are all it takes for Robotham to knock it out of the ballpark!
Forensic Psychologist has his hands full. She was found as a child, filthy, small for her age, in 4.
She was found as a child, filthy, small for her age, in deplorable conditions after having horrible things happen to her.
No one knows her name, her exact age, or who her biological parents were. Evie wants to be released from the secured facility she lives in but first she must be appear and present her case in court.
High School ice skating champion, Jodie Sheehan is found murdered and once again Cyrus Haven is called in to assist the police in the investigation.
Cyrus is the link between the two girls - one with a secret past and one who was robbed of her future.
This was a fast read that had me from the very first page. I found the plot to be gripping and was riveted to the pages. The characters are complicated, flawed and oh-so likable and endearing.
As the story progresses the tension grows as does the suspect list. This was a smart psychological thriller that was original and read like a breath of fresh air.
If the story doesn't suck you in, the full realized complicated characters will. I look forward to reading more about them in the next book in the series.
This one's a keeper folks, give it a read and see for yourselves. Thank you to Scribner and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
All the thoughts and opinions are my own. View all 29 comments. Sep 15, Beata rated it really liked it. Arresting, engaging and captivating — three adjectives that describe this novel, at least in my opinion.
Cyrus Haven, a forensic psychologist with the past that hides some dark moments and secrets, meets a teenager, called Evie Cormac whose past is even darker, and who has an extraordinary ability that we would not like others to have — she knows when the interlocutor is telling a lie … Cyrus is professionally fascinated by this teenaged girl who becomes his ward.
In the meantime, Cyrus is invol Arresting, engaging and captivating — three adjectives that describe this novel, at least in my opinion. In the meantime, Cyrus is involved in an investigation into a murder of Jodie Sheehan, a teenager with brilliant future in ice-skating.
I found both, Cyrus and Evie, interesting to observe … Characters who have to carry the burden of what they experienced as children, characters who may be called misfits, and whose loneliness made me feel for them.
The plot is intriguing, and how and why the murder was committed was quite unpredictable for me, however, I admit that Mr Robotham leaves nice hints that lead a reader to the final explanation.
And I like it this way, when an author wants me to think together with the characters, and does not make the culprit obvious in the middle of a book.
I will follow Cyrus and Evie, as I am sure the Author has some grand plans regarding this unusual couple.
View all 44 comments. Jun 26, Liz rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley. Cyrus Haven is a forensic psychologist tasked with determining whether a young woman can safely be released from care.
Evie Cormac was the victim of years of being held captive and sexually abused. Once discovered, the authorities could find no trace of her past.
The book is extremely well written. I love his explanation for why he went into psychology. When the two are together, the volleys fly back and forth, each trying to suss the other out.
Evie has the gift of being able to tell when someone is lying. As would be expected, she has major trust issues and lies regularly.
But I loved that she kept two Alsatians alive for weeks after the death of their owner, her capturer.
I was drawn into this book and it kept me enthralled. Before I knew it, I had read the entire book in just over a day.
There were lots of twists and turns and a strong ending. My thanks to netgalley and Scribner for an advance copy of this book.
View all 20 comments. Jul 11, j e w e l s rated it liked it Shelves: books-bejeweled. He consults with the local police department as they are investigating the murder of a teenage figure skater.
Around this same time, he is brought in to study a young woman, called Evie, who is currently in a juvie hall. Evie has an extremely troubled history and has the unique ability to tell if people are lying or being truthful.
I found the story line initially interesting. I love a good procedural involving a psychologist with a past! A girl that is a human lie detector!
Unfortunately, the plot moves at a glacial pace. I found myself not wanting to pick it up and finish it. Not a good thing with a suspense thriller.
I was not a fan of the ending. And the name Evie? I seem to be the outlier on this newest from Michael Robotham.
Whatever, check it out for yourself and tell me you were spellbound and entertained. I dare ya. Thanks so much to Edelweiss for the advanced galley.
All opinions are mine! View all 19 comments. Nov 26, David Putnam rated it it was amazing. And the descriptions carry the same weight as a character and help enhance the fictive dream.
The story moves at a nice pace with just enough backstory. The attention to detail is wonderful. With great deliberation multiple suspects are revealed just when I thought I knew whodunit.
This is a real talent. The ending was a total surprise. I usually figure them out ahead of time. In this book, I never saw it coming.
The ending is as satisfying as the rest of the book. Robotham is officially moved up toward the top of my list.
I highly recommend this book. View all 13 comments. Nov 09, Zoeytron rated it really liked it Shelves: public-library. What we have here is your quintessential page turner.
Two girls, one good and one bad. That can't be right. Nothing is that simple. I was intrigued with the idea that some facts have a shelf life.
If the author is testing the waters to determine whether there is any interest in reading more of the fascinating psychologist Cyrus Haven and the enigmatic Evie Cormac, you can bet the queue is forming quickly.
Great read! Oct 29, Christine rated it really liked it Recommended to Christine by: awesome Susanne and Liz reviews.
Good Girl, Bad Girl is a book I put on hold at my local library because of its excellent reviews. It is definitely well worth picking up.
The POV alternates between these two highly likeable people. Cyrus is assisting Lenny on a case involving the murder of a year-old girl.
In fact, her true identity remains a mystery. I found these characters intriguing and wanted to know much more about them.
Since this book is the first of a series, I expect they will be slowly fleshed out as the series progresses. The storyline, while not always the most suspenseful until the super suspenseful end, is nevertheless compelling and held my interest throughout.
The writing is gritty and flows exceptionally well. The atmospheric imagery is excellent. Though the ending leaves us with some unanswered questions, I actually found it satisfying for now.
Fortunately, Mr. Robotham makes it clear we have not seen the last of Evie and Cyrus, and I eagerly look forward to the next book in the series.
I highly recommend Good Girl, Bad Girl to all readers of crime fiction and intrigue, especially to those with an interest in psychological trauma.
Many thanks to the Libby App and Hennepin County Library for providing me with a free loaner of this novel. View all 38 comments.To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Robotham is going to bring these characters back because these questions remain unanswered. Shut Up and Drive. I finished this book last Friday before leaving on vacation and never wrote my review and I will now have to string words together with far fewer brain cells. Title: Suspenseful, intriguing, and my curiosity check this out definitely piqued in Wie Viel Bit Wert out the meaning behind it. Reminding Yourself to Breathe. Thanks so much to Edelweiss for the advanced galley.