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  • Title: That Girl Started Her Own Country
  • Author: Holy Ghost Writer
  • ISBN: 9780615685786
  • Page: 117
  • Format: ebook
  • International Playgirl Zaydee finds herself in the midst of a crisis fueled by international intrigue, multinational corporate greed, and a convoluted legal system Imprisoned for computer hacking, this brilliant jet setter becomes an international media celebrity as she defends herself, an unknown girl labeled Princess Jane Doe, against unknown charges With complicated aInternational Playgirl Zaydee finds herself in the midst of a crisis fueled by international intrigue, multinational corporate greed, and a convoluted legal system Imprisoned for computer hacking, this brilliant jet setter becomes an international media celebrity as she defends herself, an unknown girl labeled Princess Jane Doe, against unknown charges With complicated and shadowy plots brewing, the book is lush and captivating and perhaps the best addition to the series yet.
    That Girl Started Her Own Country International Playgirl Zaydee finds herself in the midst of a crisis fueled by international intrigue multinational corporate greed and a convoluted legal system Imprisoned for computer hacking thi

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    1. A Badly Written, Poorly Edited Homage to Stieg Larsson s Novels That Girl Started Her Own Country is technically speaking, a novella, not a full length novel, and that, I might add, is its most redeeming feature Having been asked on several occasions by its publisher to review it online, I agreed only after I received a printed copy While the premise seemed engaging, it is undermined greatly by poor plotting, stilted prose, and bad editing e g referring to a fictitious Alan Dershowitz as either [...]

    2. That Girl Started Her Own Country An amazingly fast paced crime saga with an unbelievably hot and strong central characterIt s not hard to find novels with women playing the central character and neither is it hard to find novels with serial killers But how many of you have read novels where the central character is not just a woman but also a serial killer Add to that the fact that she s a playgirl and also a feminist in certain ways and you get Zaydee, which by the way means prosperous She is [...]

    3. That Girl Started Her Own Country There has been a financial and status metamorphosis of a serial killer Those changes made and after a couple of plastic surgeries Zydee emerges with even a new name which, in Arabic, means prosperous.Oh yes, Zaydee is prosperous She has risen from her poverty stricken childhood to be a jet setting, high finance player in the international markets She s passing as a princess and has cultivated her attributes along the way Enough to infiltrate the notorious Bilden [...]

    4. I am struggling with this I have to admit to being seduced by the hype and the incredibly cheap download price and being short on other ideas when I downloaded it Wasn t prepared for the terrible writing which completely distracts me from the story Just as I think I m getting to into the story there s a big clunk and I disengage and stare at the prose not really believing that someone would actually write something so sloppily I give up.

    5. This book is fascinatingly bad, which is almost the only reason I read it cover to cover It was also mercifully short.One star is way than this book deserves.Your average high school English student, considering both their expected development of writing skills and life experience at their stage in life, could have produced something better than this.How this book ever got published should to be investigated it s a crime.

    6. This book rips of the story line of the Stieg Larsson books The Girl With The Dragon Tatoo etc It is not well written and has no real ending Basically an enticement to buy a sequel to continue ripping off this story line.Good Reads Rating systemMy rating system star 1 couldn t finish book2 finished book, but didn t like it3 a good read4 a very good read often with a novel concept or unusual plot5 an exceptionally good read, a prominent example of the genre

    7. This was horrible The writing was very basic The editing was terrible I finally had to stop reading when rogue was misspelled rouge The parallels to Dragon Tattoo were too much it seemed like a middle schooler trying to plagiarize This was abysmal.

    8. Let me point out that I have stopped judging this series against The Count of Monte Cristo to which it claims to be a continuation of I am now solely judging these books on their sole merits alone My review followsThat Girl Started Her Own Country is an interesting light read that will not necessarily appeal to all readers However there are good points in the book and there are also some that I feel were just there for filler That Girl is a continuation of the Sultan of Monte Cristo all thought [...]

    9. Zaydee reminds me of Lisbeth Salander but even better Extremely mysterious, dauntingly brilliant, and highly charismatic, Zaydee will charm anyone.

    10. This novel is about a woman who is able to handle herself quite well in federal prison It is also connected to two very famous pieces of writing, The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas and Stieg Larsson s Millennium Trilogy.A woman is arrested in present day Miami on charges of running a very sophisticated money laundering operation She refuses to cooperate with the authorities, but does give the impression that she may be actual royalty At her arraignment, she represents herself She shows [...]

    11. A book with a girl that goes by many names the main character answersto Pippi Longstocking, Ester Bilderberg, Her Highness, PrisonerPrincess and finally, Zaydee With the zesty entrepreneur now behind bars, the charismatic womanbegins her scheme She precariously keeps her lover Steven Larson farenough away so that he won t be hurt, takes pity on jail mate RickeyHerlick and entices him with her charm, conveys authority to a voodoopracticing Diablera, and convinces a follower on the inside to giveh [...]

    12. This book is proof that the ratings of a book can mean absolutely nothing and both suggested this book to me and with a 4.65 star rating, I thought I d give it a whirl Boy were those ratings unfounded It is glaringly obvious that this book despite its statements to the contrary in the author s note is based off of The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo series The grammatical errors were so frequent as to be obnoxious, and I swear there were product placement ads throughout the entire book I still can t f [...]

    13. I got this book as an advanced readers copy I was rather excited to read this book, that is, until I got started It starts off confusing and doesn t ever seem to get better It has an intriguing storyline, and if it didn t seem to be so jumbled I think I would have enjoyed it There is also the matter of the flat and undeveloped characters, which you have no reason to care about, and the lack of completion when you finish the book All in all it was a disappointment.

    14. This book is just bad on many levels I don t know how anyone can give this book 5 stars It is poorly written I doubt it was edited at all and just ridiculous I can only assume the glowing reviews were written by the author, his her friends and family and or paid reviewers I am actually angry that I spent.99 on this.

    15. TERRIBLE This was chosen for my book club I am not sure how it has so many 4 5 star reviews The author must be enlisting his her friends to write them It s a very short little novelette and truly terrible As if it s a joke or written by a child.

    16. Sucked First book I read with ads all the way through Suckily written Poor story No ending Who reads this stuff and gives it 5 stars Another reason to prove that people are f d up.

    17. This has to be a joke.I really don t understand how it has so many good reviews it s basically really awful girl with the dragon tattoo fan fiction.

    18. It s slightly odd to find myself reading the sixth sequel in a series of ten, especially when sequels two to five haven t been written yet, and when it s so different to the book it s apparently following I normally like to start at the beginning of a series and read them in order, so it did feel like being thrown into the middle of something with no warning It s been a long, long time since I read The Count of Monte Cristo, so I m sure there s a lot I was missing that I would have picked up if [...]

    19. Once again, The Holy Ghost Writer, so full of mystery himself, leaves mystery in this book of his series After reading the other two, one is left wondering how on earth they re all supposed to connect together, and why isn t he writing in order Is it on purpose To create anticipation and curiosity There are once again many questions left unanswered towards the beginning of the book it seems that he named the book a bit too obviously At the end, however, the assumption is not fulfilled, and we [...]

    20. That Girl Started Her Own Country was admittedly inspired by the life of journalist, Stieg Larrson, who is also the author of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series There are some similarities between this book the first in a series and that series Both feature a heroine with a trouble past who is an accomplished hacker and who is romantically involved with an older journalist This first book revolves around the adventures of Zaydee, a hactivist who has managed to accrue steal a large fortune Za [...]

    21. After downloading, That Girl Started Her Own Country for my Kindle, I had no idea that I was about to read a mystery suspense thriller that would keep me on the edge of my seat the entire time Due to the brilliant writing, you feel you are there with the main character every step of the way This book is literally almost impossible to put down Zaydee, the violet eyed protagonist, is mysterious and fascinating on so many levels She is a jet setter and businessperson extraordinaire, fluent in many [...]

    22. Making his debut with the delightful sequel to a timeless novel, the Holy Ghost Writer won the hearts of several readers with his complicated, mysterious and thrilling novel The Sultan of Monte Cristo First sequel to the Count of Monte Cristo Still riding the waves of his recent success, the elusive author has once again managed to steal the limelight with his latest read That Girl Started Her Own Country Sixth Sequel to The Count of Monte Cristo Engaging and gripping in character, the novel str [...]

    23. That Girl Started her Own Country is a book you cannot put down after you start reading it It is a story that plays in modern days, but ties in with another publication from Holy Ghost Writer, The Sultan of Monte Cristo First Sequel to the Count of Monte Cristo Both books connect to the original work The Count of Monte Cristo, and they could be seen as a trilogy.Just as in The Sultan of Monte Cristo First Sequel to the Count of Monte Cristo, the author makes the characters come to life, in such [...]

    24. This surpassed all expectations I am a huge fan of mystery and suspense thrillers, as those genres provide such an intriguing overlap of various plots, twists, and characters that ultimately have the potential to create a beautifully woven story You can say it s one of my favorite genres This book was recommended to me so I definitely had expectations for it Fortunately, it met my standards and provided for a very entertaining read I m eager to read the other works by the same author, as her sty [...]

    25. In a word wow This book totally blew me away I had previously read The Sultan of Monte Cristo by HGW, and was both surprised and happy to find That Girl Who Started Her Own Country The story is full of espionage, intrigue and drew me in from the start I ended up reading the whole book in an extended sitting, pausing only long enough for necessity breaks.I also really enjoy the true life mystery surrounding the author It makes me wonder if author Stieg Larsson really did fake his death Or, at the [...]

    26. It s a very gripping mystery suspense novel of a heroine that is on a mission to help her true love all while feeding him information bit by bit Zaydee is a strong character who seems to be able to drawn in everyone from criminals to judges I really appreciated the fact that even though many of the characters that she talked about were in prison, that she seemed to find good things about them such as the woman who killed her abuser and the man who killed the guy who was abusing his pregnant cous [...]

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