Copycat, by Hannah Jayne | Book Review

Hello friends! Today I have my review of
Copycat by Hannah Jayne.

Trigger/Content Warning; Alcohol related Car Accident

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36691530Everyone is dying to read the latest book in the popular Gap Lake mystery series, and Addison is no exception. As the novels biggest fan, Addison is flattered when the infamously reclusive author, R.J. Rosen, contacts her, granting her inside information others would kill for.
But when the most popular girl in Addison’s high school is murdered, Addison can’t help but think that life may be imitating fiction. And as other terrifying events from the book start happening around her, Addison has to figure out how to write her own ending -and survive the story.

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Before I read Copycat, I expected that there would be a lot of intrigue. I’d also thought that I would’ve enjoyed reading Copycat. I also suspected that nothing will be predictable and that Copycat would’ve held my attention until the very end…

There was nothing that I didn’t like about this book. I enjoyed every bit of it.

What I liked about Copycat was that this story can take place in real time since the story is related to our time. Especially since Addison has a blog with a surmountable follower count. 

I was also overjoyed that the story got underway incredibly quickly. Like, 20 pages into the story quickly. The plot became intense super fast. Which, combined together, had me reading Copycat for sure.

Copycat was engrossing. I couldn’t take my eyes off the pages. Addison and her story held my attention from cover to cover! 

Unfortunately, I had predicted 2 out of 3 things that happened in Copycat. Yet I’m not even mad that I predicted the perpetrators correctly ’cause the reveal of the suspense was just…great. Astounding. 

When I was nearing the end of Copycat, I was literally gripping the pages of the book, screaming in my mind that the story couldn’t be over yet since there weren’t many pages left. Still the ending happened in the way that it did, and I’m not mad about it.

I genuinely enjoyed reading this page-turner. I couldn’t get enough of Addison’s story.

I give Copycat, 3 stars.

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Have you read Copycat? Have you read any of Hannah Jayne’s other works? What did/do you think of them?
Let me know! 

Thank you for stopping by!

See you soon, and Happy Reading!

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