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Powered by bookitlive online booking software. Buy Now. Enjoyed it to the end :. Mar 11, Victoria Smith rated it liked it. Jul 19, Kelsey rated it really liked it. Originally reviewed on thebasicbookbitch he Yellow Room focuses on sixteen year old Anna who one day receives a letter from her father's girlfriend telling her that he has died.

Anna hasn't seen her father since she was four so when his girlfriend, Edie asks to meet Anna can't help but be intrigued by it. Edie is a very eccentric and quirky lady, but also very loving and friendly, the complete opposite to Anna's mum who is cold and quite often wrapped up in her job that she doesn't even noticed An Originally reviewed on thebasicbookbitch he Yellow Room focuses on sixteen year old Anna who one day receives a letter from her father's girlfriend telling her that he has died.

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Edie is a very eccentric and quirky lady, but also very loving and friendly, the complete opposite to Anna's mum who is cold and quite often wrapped up in her job that she doesn't even noticed Anna's existence. Edie and Anna very quickly form a friendship and Anna wonders if she can tell Edie the biggest secret she has been keeping from everyone, even her best friends.

I've read a lot of adult thrillers in my time but never any YA ones so I was excited to pick this up and I wasn't dissapointed. It has all the suspense and twist turns of it's adult counterparts, but it's not as graphic or as disturbing as some adult thrillers can be. There are plenty of unseen twists and turns in the plot and it is incredibly well written. I found myself reading for way longer than I had intended to because I was so keen to find out what was going to happen next. It's always hard to review books of this nature as you don't want to give too much of the plot away, all I will say is this is definitely worth giving a go and I enjoyed it a lot.

I've been reading a lot of contemporary YA recently so it was nice to read something a little bit on the darker side! Jul 16, Lianne rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Anyone looking for an easy read. Just a quick note of thanks to NetGalley, Jess Vallance, and Hot Key Books for sending me an advance kindle edition of this book in order that I could review it. So, as with my other reviews - no spoilers within this review.

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I'll review it without giving any specific details about the content. I read this book incredibly quickly. Actually I think the correct term would be "devoured". It was really easy to read, not so easy to put down, and very satisfying. The characters are so well put together Just a quick note of thanks to NetGalley, Jess Vallance, and Hot Key Books for sending me an advance kindle edition of this book in order that I could review it.

The characters are so well put together and introduced to the reader in such an informal way, that you feel like a part of the book as you're reading. You know Anna and you laugh and smile at Edie. I don't read many YA books on account of me being 30, but every once in a while it is so good to just relax with a book that doesn't ask too much of you as a reader, and that's exactly what this book is like. It's not taxing and asks nothing of the reader except to walk through the story with the characters.

I guess for me being completely out of my normal book genre - being a YA Story it was a nice change. The type of book I'd pick up to take on holiday. I'd pack it up and bring it along with Sweet Valley Confidential and Eating The Cheshire Cat - which are my long standing guilty pleasure books when I just want to zone out and engross myself in a drama. And I'll be adding The Yellow Room to that really short list - I'm pretty certain I will read this again, a few times!

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Jul 06, Lisa Bentley rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley-books , Bloody Hell. I know, weird way to start a review, right? Let us start with a quick overview. The Yellow Room is a story about Anna. She is your regular teenager; she spends time with friends, goes to school and ignores her homework.

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Everything is pretty regular in her life…except that she has a secret. Worth a read? The Yellow Room is a book that had me hooked from the very first chapter. It is a story that you can quite easily gobble in one sitting because Vallance has created a masterful thriller that keeps you guessing all the way through. It is disturbing and really does defy the conventions of traditional YA novels. The Yellow Room needs to be a staple book in every library and you need it on your bookshelf. For more information regarding Jess Vallance jessvallance1 please visit www.

Sep 15, Serendipity Reviews rated it it was amazing. Rather creepy but has an innocence to it as well. Desperation can lead you into strange decisions. Aug 17, Priscilla rated it really liked it.


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I don't like saying no to people. I hate to let people down. Life sends her into a downward spiral when she receives a letter telling her that her father has died. It's from Edie, her dead father's girlfriend. A friendship with a stranger is the last thing on her mind, but sympathy and loneliness drive Anna to meet this eccentric woman. Their new relationship starts out positive when Edie he "I'm a coward.

Their new relationship starts out positive when Edie helps Anna out with Leon, a narcissist and major creep who wouldn't leave her alone. But it soon gets out of hand when Leon makes a compromising video of Anna. He threatens her, making her life an unthinkable nightmare. No one seems to have a solution.


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Worse, Edie's hiding a secret, too -- jeopardising Anna's safety. There are ample character development and suspense to keep you turning the pages. The Yellow Room is plot-driven, fast-paced, and exhilarating. It'll make you angry and have you on the edge of your seat. My thanks to Sasha from pansing for sending a review copy! Aug 23, The Book Moo rated it liked it.

So this was a slow book to begin with but because it's so short I didn't mind the pacing. I found that Anna was an incredibly lonely character who seemed to have false friends and hardly a connection to her mother at all! Enter Edie. I love Edie since she just wants that connection too, even if she is slightly strange. She is my favourite character in the book. The plot took what felt like forever to move along but I was so happy that there was a shock in there. I think maybe the book needs a new So this was a slow book to begin with but because it's so short I didn't mind the pacing.

I think maybe the book needs a new title because we don't see the yellow room until like 3 quarters of the way in! Jess Vallance really knows how to mess up your expectations and shock you. I love her writing and felt her characters need for a connection or a bit of TLC. Dec 03, Kirsti rated it it was amazing. Well, heck. That one came outta no where. The absolute yellow cover of this book drew me in, but I wasn't really sure on the story. The basic premise, that Anna meets with Edie, her father's girlfriend.

Edie tells her that her father had died, and the to grow close through common relationships, and the basic fact that Anna has no where else to turn. Well, you need to read it to believe it. Suffice to say I adored it. I can't give out more than that without spoiling it, so I won't. It as unu Well, heck. It as unusual, but in a totally good way that I loved. This was a breath of fresh air for me. Absolutely five stars, read it for yourself to see why! I really like this book, it is creepy, suspensefull and most of the time realistic.

But I notice that James and Leon are colossal douches. Mar 11, Victoria Smith rated it liked it. Jul 19, Kelsey rated it really liked it. Originally reviewed on thebasicbookbitch he Yellow Room focuses on sixteen year old Anna who one day receives a letter from her father's girlfriend telling her that he has died. Anna hasn't seen her father since she was four so when his girlfriend, Edie asks to meet Anna can't help but be intrigued by it.

Edie is a very eccentric and quirky lady, but also very loving and friendly, the complete opposite to Anna's mum who is cold and quite often wrapped up in her job that she doesn't even noticed An Originally reviewed on thebasicbookbitch he Yellow Room focuses on sixteen year old Anna who one day receives a letter from her father's girlfriend telling her that he has died. Edie is a very eccentric and quirky lady, but also very loving and friendly, the complete opposite to Anna's mum who is cold and quite often wrapped up in her job that she doesn't even noticed Anna's existence.

Edie and Anna very quickly form a friendship and Anna wonders if she can tell Edie the biggest secret she has been keeping from everyone, even her best friends. I've read a lot of adult thrillers in my time but never any YA ones so I was excited to pick this up and I wasn't dissapointed. It has all the suspense and twist turns of it's adult counterparts, but it's not as graphic or as disturbing as some adult thrillers can be. There are plenty of unseen twists and turns in the plot and it is incredibly well written.

I found myself reading for way longer than I had intended to because I was so keen to find out what was going to happen next. It's always hard to review books of this nature as you don't want to give too much of the plot away, all I will say is this is definitely worth giving a go and I enjoyed it a lot. I've been reading a lot of contemporary YA recently so it was nice to read something a little bit on the darker side! Jul 16, Lianne rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Anyone looking for an easy read. Just a quick note of thanks to NetGalley, Jess Vallance, and Hot Key Books for sending me an advance kindle edition of this book in order that I could review it.

So, as with my other reviews - no spoilers within this review. I'll review it without giving any specific details about the content. I read this book incredibly quickly. Actually I think the correct term would be "devoured". It was really easy to read, not so easy to put down, and very satisfying. The characters are so well put together Just a quick note of thanks to NetGalley, Jess Vallance, and Hot Key Books for sending me an advance kindle edition of this book in order that I could review it.

The characters are so well put together and introduced to the reader in such an informal way, that you feel like a part of the book as you're reading. You know Anna and you laugh and smile at Edie.

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I don't read many YA books on account of me being 30, but every once in a while it is so good to just relax with a book that doesn't ask too much of you as a reader, and that's exactly what this book is like. It's not taxing and asks nothing of the reader except to walk through the story with the characters. I guess for me being completely out of my normal book genre - being a YA Story it was a nice change. The type of book I'd pick up to take on holiday. I'd pack it up and bring it along with Sweet Valley Confidential and Eating The Cheshire Cat - which are my long standing guilty pleasure books when I just want to zone out and engross myself in a drama.

And I'll be adding The Yellow Room to that really short list - I'm pretty certain I will read this again, a few times! Jul 06, Lisa Bentley rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley-books , Bloody Hell. I know, weird way to start a review, right? Let us start with a quick overview. The Yellow Room is a story about Anna. She is your regular teenager; she spends time with friends, goes to school and ignores her homework. Everything is pretty regular in her life…except that she has a secret.

Worth a read? The Yellow Room is a book that had me hooked from the very first chapter.

It is a story that you can quite easily gobble in one sitting because Vallance has created a masterful thriller that keeps you guessing all the way through. It is disturbing and really does defy the conventions of traditional YA novels. The Yellow Room needs to be a staple book in every library and you need it on your bookshelf. For more information regarding Jess Vallance jessvallance1 please visit www. Sep 15, Serendipity Reviews rated it it was amazing. Rather creepy but has an innocence to it as well. Desperation can lead you into strange decisions.

Aug 17, Priscilla rated it really liked it. I don't like saying no to people. I hate to let people down. Life sends her into a downward spiral when she receives a letter telling her that her father has died. It's from Edie, her dead father's girlfriend. A friendship with a stranger is the last thing on her mind, but sympathy and loneliness drive Anna to meet this eccentric woman. Their new relationship starts out positive when Edie he "I'm a coward. Their new relationship starts out positive when Edie helps Anna out with Leon, a narcissist and major creep who wouldn't leave her alone.

But it soon gets out of hand when Leon makes a compromising video of Anna. He threatens her, making her life an unthinkable nightmare. No one seems to have a solution. Worse, Edie's hiding a secret, too -- jeopardising Anna's safety. There are ample character development and suspense to keep you turning the pages. The Yellow Room is plot-driven, fast-paced, and exhilarating. It'll make you angry and have you on the edge of your seat. My thanks to Sasha from pansing for sending a review copy! Aug 23, The Book Moo rated it liked it. So this was a slow book to begin with but because it's so short I didn't mind the pacing.

I found that Anna was an incredibly lonely character who seemed to have false friends and hardly a connection to her mother at all! Enter Edie. I love Edie since she just wants that connection too, even if she is slightly strange. She is my favourite character in the book. The plot took what felt like forever to move along but I was so happy that there was a shock in there.

I think maybe the book needs a new So this was a slow book to begin with but because it's so short I didn't mind the pacing. I think maybe the book needs a new title because we don't see the yellow room until like 3 quarters of the way in! Jess Vallance really knows how to mess up your expectations and shock you.

I love her writing and felt her characters need for a connection or a bit of TLC. Dec 03, Kirsti rated it it was amazing. Well, heck. That one came outta no where. The absolute yellow cover of this book drew me in, but I wasn't really sure on the story. The basic premise, that Anna meets with Edie, her father's girlfriend.

Edie tells her that her father had died, and the to grow close through common relationships, and the basic fact that Anna has no where else to turn. Well, you need to read it to believe it. Suffice to say I adored it. I can't give out more than that without spoiling it, so I won't. It as unu Well, heck. It as unusual, but in a totally good way that I loved. This was a breath of fresh air for me. Absolutely five stars, read it for yourself to see why! I really like this book, it is creepy, suspensefull and most of the time realistic.

But I notice that James and Leon are colossal douches. Jealousy of George becoming more than friends with Sienna, would cause a torrent of emotions.



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