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The Cellar By Natasha Preston,

  • Title: The Cellar
  • Author: Natasha Preston
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 114
  • Format: ebook
  • When sixteen year old Summer Robinson goes missing one night, her family, friends and boyfriend are devastated Nothing ever happens in Long Thorpe, so the disappearance of a school girl shocks the whole community The police waste no time in launching a search and investigation, but with nothing to go on and no trace of Summer, hopes of finding her quickly fade.Colin BrowWhen sixteen year old Summer Robinson goes missing one night, her family, friends and boyfriend are devastated Nothing ever happens in Long Thorpe, so the disappearance of a school girl shocks the whole community The police waste no time in launching a search and investigation, but with nothing to go on and no trace of Summer, hopes of finding her quickly fade.Colin Brown, is a thirty year old solicitor living alone after the death of his mother He suffered a traumatic and abusive childhood, and is left with no sense of right or wrong Desperate for the perfect family, Colin, referring to himself as Clover, turns to drastic measures to get what he wants.
    The Cellar When sixteen year old Summer Robinson goes missing one night her family friends and boyfriend are devastated Nothing ever happens in Long Thorpe so the disappearance of a school girl shocks the who

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    1. Good Evening, Flowers.And welcome to my review It will grab you drag you throw you into a very non cliche white van rename you and turn you into my flower mwahaha But don t you dare pollenate, because pollenating is for sluts He s a maaaaaniac, maaaaniac dramatic pause Let me begin by saying that I am quite possibly the biggest crime show freak to ever exist in this world When I m not watching Ina Garten, you will find me cuddled under the blankets watching a Criminal Minds marathon or Law and O [...]

    2. So, so, so, so badA apparently Booklist recommended this to fans of LIVING DEAD GIRL Oh hell no That book was fantastic, and this one makes a mockery of the subject matter This is a ridiculous sham of a thriller pervert bad He has mommy issues He must kill He must keep all the pretty flowers girls in his basement and has neither the intellectual nor the emotional capacity to explore the psychology of captor or captive, let alone make you feel anything for either And the writing is awful Truly aw [...]

    3. Por fin.Por fin he podido leer un libro Y me alegro de que no haya sido uno cualquiera He conseguido leer El s tano pr cticamente de una sentada, en cuesti n de horas La manera de narrar de Natasha Preston ha conseguido que la historia no se me hiciera cuesta arriba en ning n momento.El hecho de que tengamos un ambiente asfixiante como lo puede ser un s tano con cuatro chicas y un secuestrador al que se le va bastante la cabeza puede parecer de primeras algo que cansa pero Natasha lo sabe y por [...]

    4. Okay I really need to get this out, so I just will WARNING I WILL BE COMPLETELY DESTROYING AND TEARING APART THIS BOOK PLEASE DON T THINK I AM INSULTING YOU IF I SAY SOMETHING NEGATIVE Alrighty, shall we begin We are introduced to Summer AKA a 16 year old girl who cries nonstop, is completely incapable of thinking logically and is very very very annoying To say the least I found Summer to be a very weak character These are things she did throughout the novel 1y2y again3y even though the cellar i [...]

    5. Almost as disturbing and heartbreaking as Elizabeth Scott s Living Dead Girl, The Cellar tells a story of kidnapping, abuse, murder and mental illness A gut wrenching and emotionally affecting story of desperation and fear, but also hope and survival It s a well written, completely absorbing nail biter of a book, and I m really glad I decided to pick it up Told in three alternating voices, The Cellar kicks off with the kidnapping of 16 year old Summer Robinson Taken by a stranger, forced to use [...]

    6. Have you ever been so engrossed in a book, so terrified by the words you were reading that you couldn t put it down, no matter how many feelings you were being hit with The Cellar has me feeling just like this throughout the entire freaking book I almost feel guilty saying I enjoyed this book, as it left me feeling so emotionally wrong After the last page commenced I just sat there, staring off into space lost in my thoughts The story the Preston composed has me feeling the entire rainbow of emo [...]

    7. What I LikedThe best part about The Cellar is its potential The premise is fascinating and the reason I picked up the book to read in the first place Four pretty girls held captive in a basement, named after flowers The thrill of a kidnapping and hopeful escape What I Didn t LikeThe writing in this book simply isn t up to par There is almost no descriptive language At the end of The Cellar, I sat and stared at the last page, thinking, What did Poppy even look like For that matter, what did Summe [...]

    8. Una gran decepci n Y no voy a marcar ning n spoiler, no lo necesita, es predecible Creo que el problema principal con este libro fue lo repetitivo que se me hizo Todo el rato era Buenos d as, Flores buenas noches, Flores La autora pod a sacar provecho de la idea inicial, y hacer del secuestrador un buen personaje, pero lo llev por mal rumbo Muy mal desarrollado.No me convenci lo que se explic del pasado de Clover Quedaron, a mi parecer, demasiados cabos sueltos No dicen por qu ese nombre para su [...]

    9. I read this book in wattpad a few times ago.Yeah,and it sucked.It still does.I thought to give it a chance again ,but I got disappointedn P.s The cover is cool

    10. Una historia de secuestro y locura.En esta novela nos encontramos con Summer, una chica de 16 a os que tiene la mala suerte de cruzarse con Colin, un abogado que no est bien de la cabeza y que lleva una doble vida, la que todos conocen, en la que concurre al trabajo con regularidad y es un buen ciudadano, y la oculta, en la que se hace llamar Clover y es un s dico secuestrador y asesino de mujeres.A lo largo del libro, la protagonista nos ir relatando lo que es vivir encerrada en un s tano a mer [...]

    11. Alrighty, I let this book suck me right in and I just kept turning the pages It wasn t necessarily the writing, but I just needed to know what was going to happen to these four girls locked up in the basement Although I did find it a bit rushed in the end, I would definitely like to read something else by this author.

    12. Ante todo ha sido una lectura ADICTIVA hasta el infinito Cierto es que no es la mejor novela del g nero y tiene sus fallos, pero sinceramente me han dado igual porque la he disfrutado much simo si se puede llamar disfrutar a pasarlo mal mientras lo le a, pero espero que entend is lo que quiero decir Si hay algo que me ha gustado es que la novela, aunque principalmente est narrada desde Summer, nuestra protagonista, tambi n hay cap tulos donde vemos el punto de vista del secuestrador, tanto en el [...]

    13. Oh my gosh Words where are you Get yourself together Brittany Okay, I really enjoyed this I have seen so many people who hate it and thought the book was awful Did it have something s wrong with it Yes Like the ending Summer, lily whatever she ended up wanting to be called, all she talked about was how she couldn t wait to get out to see Lewis, but when she finally gets to see him she is scared of him like All you talked about through the book was how you want to see him and all the things you l [...]

    14. A r iyiydi Bir g nde bitirdim, elimden b rakmak istemedim hi Yazar duygular tam i inizde hissettiriyor Hatta sonlara do ru her ne kadar bekledi im bir eyle kar la m dahi olsam Ama ok yakla m lard , diye ba rarak e imi sarsm m an n heyecan yla Sonunu okurken hele l klar atarak Sonunda sonunda, diye ba rd m da do rudur Garibim neye u rad n a rd G zleri kocaman olmu bana a k n a k n bakarken Evet hakl s n tabii, diyip durdu ap al Beni ilk defa b yle g rmesine veriyorum Bu tip tepkilerimle ya amaya [...]

    15. Roses are red, Violets are blue, I regret reading this book and so will you It s like the author selected all of the clich s known to man, and blended them all together in one gawd awful stereotypical smoothie If you want to read something that has the same storyline but is properly executed read The Butterfly Garden by Dot Hutchison.

    16. I was really looking forward to reading the tense psychological thriller that I thought was The Cellar Instead, this was a subpar books filled with too many things to be believed.First, there was no valid reason offered by the author via her characters as to why the girls two, or three, or all four could not team up to overpower Colin Clover and rescue themselves A few times, a character would just tell Summer aka Lily people have tried to escape but fail, with tragic consequences Oh well, hey I [...]

    17. I really liked this book and I wanted to give it at least four stars but there were a few things I couldn t get overAm I the only one that found it confusing and weird that physical descriptions weren t given It barely touched on who was who and briefly went over what their hair color was, even the main character had limited description It was harder to imagine and connect with these characters and sometimes I got them all confused because I had no face to stick with a name Why would he stab the [...]

    18. This was an okay story, but the main character came across as stupid at times.Summer was not a very bright girl in this story She was told repeatedly to accept a lift, to not walk alone at night, and to be careful, and she totally ignored everyone It was like she was asking to be abducted When she was then kidnapped, she asked totally stupid questions about things, when it was obvious what the answer was It seemed to take way too long for her to get a clue view spoiler when you ve just seen your [...]

    19. Her name is Summer She s fifteen and in love with her boyfriend Lewis and annoyed by her brother and doesn t like scary movies But the man who abducts her from the park near her house calls her Lily, and when he locks her in the basement apartment below his house, the three other young women who are already there Poppy, Rose, and Violet call her Lily too Life in the cellar is a grotesque parody of domestic life Their captor, who calls himself Clover, is pleasant and attentive, complimenting thei [...]

    20. I have essentially nothing to say The Cellar is basically a boring romance disguised as a thriller Lewis was a boring romantic interest The writing lacks emotional depth, making it seem boring and annoying The plot is driven by character stupidity and not much else The emotions feel incredibly forced One note I hate the way rape is used as a plot device for a terrible romance Summer s kidnapper rapes her, and it s not analyzed in any way It s just used to make circumstances dire or something I [...]

    21. I saw this at a store The title caught my eye and of course the story as well I was hooked right from the first couple of pages I like that the story gets going right away I mean I do like a story slowly building up but also like that the story picks up right away.Anyway, second book, next to You, that I read that had a stalker and books it seems And I heard nothing about this one.This was a tense, page turning read The writing was good, though at times, I was wondering who was who We do get som [...]

    22. Repetitivo, predecible y mal narrado As , como resumen O ser yo que me he vuelto muy exquisita con respecto a cierto libros Una decepci n de principio a fin No perd is el tiempo con l Hay miles de thrillers, de los de verdad digo eh , infinitamente mejores que este.

    23. They were as pure as flowers The Cellaris basically mindless, somewhat entertaining trash I mean I didn t hate it but it was problematic and I probably won t remember it in a week TRIGGER WARNING Sexual assault, and Physical Assault The book is fairly violent there are no intensely graphic rape scenes, mostly implied There is a lot of physical violence against women though This review will contain a few spoilers so I would not recommend going any further if you have not read the book I debated w [...]

    24. 2.5 Stars Shrugging shoulders I couldn t really get into this story The feels just weren t there for me Mostly, I kept reading to find out if or when the 4 girls escaped the psycho I didn t feel the rage I would usually feel about the kidnapper, I just felt he was crazy and weird Summer, or Lily, didn t invoke much in me I felt bad for her, but not much beyond that My favorite character was Summer s boyfriend, Lewis, because he would not stop hoping she was still alive and he went out and search [...]

    25. Rese a completa en elcaosliterario.eDesde el primer momento me llam la atenci n la sinopsis del libro Por alguna extra a raz n me gustan los libros en los que alg n personaje o varios permanecen encerrados o privados de libertad en alg n lugar Las artima as para intentar escapar y los motivos por lo que se encuentran all , me parecen muy atrayentes en un thriller.Lo que os puedo decir es que este thriller cumple su cometido y entretiene, genera tensi n y sufres con las chicas secuestradas Es una [...]

    26. They were as pure as flowers This was a true horror story the story of Summer s late night abduction and her storage in a house with 3 other women They try to survive and hide around the man who s held them He names them flowers, demanding they shake off who they were and become who they wants them to be.Rose, Poppy, Violet andw Lily But Lily is younger than the others and her nationwide manhunt is pushing their captor to the brink But if he can t hold it together, will they die down in the remo [...]

    27. Check out YA Book QUeens for reviews NOTE I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I remember this book when it was on Wattpad I have to admit that I never read it, but my friend did, and she said that it was scary as hell and that I shouldn t read it in the dark at night time Because of this, I expected something way scary than what I got Yes, The Cellar is creepy on many levels, but it wasn t downright scary It didn t make me want t [...]

    28. Loved, loved, loved this book Every woman and girls nightmare Had be gripping the pages from beginning to end.

    29. The Cellar Oh god, where do I begin.This book has some of the poorest writing I have ever been in contact with And I read Twilight I learned in 6th grade writing to vary sentence structure and show not tell, but apparently this author never learned that.Summer is one of the most flimsy YA protagonists I have ever come across She dealt with most of her problems by crying, taking a shower, crying, taking a shower, and crying Granted, she didn t have many options, but for eight months If I read the [...]

    30. Cheesy, good evening, flowers , drawn out and boring Yes, that s right, I said boring How an author could take such a terrifying plot idea and make it lame is beyond me In fact it s actually kind of impressive in its own wayThere was way too much back story, most of which i skipped right over, all of which I didn t care about or feel it necessary It was semi interesting to learn about Clover Colins past but even then I felt it was skimmed over and not elaborated on enough view spoiler For being [...]

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