The Madness Underneath

The Madness Underneath

Maureen Johnson / Aug 24, 2019

The Madness Underneath When madness stalks the streets of London no one is safe There s a creepy new terror haunting modern day London Fresh from defeating a Jack the Ripper killer Rory must put her new found hunting skil

  • Title: The Madness Underneath
  • Author: Maureen Johnson
  • ISBN: 9780007432288
  • Page: 350
  • Format: ebook
  • When madness stalks the streets of London, no one is safe There s a creepy new terror haunting modern day London.Fresh from defeating a Jack the Ripper killer, Rory must put her new found hunting skills to the test before all hell breaks loose But enemies are not always who you expect them to be and crazy times call for crazy solutions A thrilling teen mystery.

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      • Maureen Johnson

        Maureen knew from an early age she wanted to be a writer She went to high school at an all girls Catholic school and graduated from University of Delaware with a degree in writing She now lives and writes in New York City.Many of the adventures Maureen s characters face in her books are based on real life stories Maureen has traveled all over Europe, and is a Secret Sister to vlog brothers Hank and John Green.


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    1. After loving Maureen Johnson from afar, largely via her very entertaining Twitter feed, I was thrilled that she was venturing into the world of speculative fiction by delving into the horror of Jack the Ripper, ghosts, and mystery via a London boarding school and secret police force. That’s much more up my alley than her usual contemporary route. Not only did I thoroughly enjoy The Name of the Star, I didn’t forget about it, and am still constantly recommending it to readers over a year late [...]


    2. If you're like me, whenever you get invested in a book series, you're worried the remaining books won't live up to the first one, right? Well, you won't have to worry about that with The Madness Underneath. It is one of the rare ones. A sequel that is even better than the first one. It is everything you hope for in a sequel. This book has made me feel so many genuine emotions (scared, sad, worried and heart broken) and the ending is a whopper. Rory is one of my favorite characters. I love her vo [...]


    3. This book was a roller coaster. And by that, I mean the kind that putt along the entire time, to the extent where you start to wonder if maybe you accidentally just got on a kiddie ride, then OMG I WAS NOT EXPECTING THIS DROP I'M GONNA BARF.It definitely suffered from middle book syndrome, as it's Book 2 in a trilogy but it felt like the first half resolved issues set up in book 1, and the second half ramped up to the inevitably crazy and exciting book 3. I was actually quite let down, until I g [...]


    4. I just have to get this out of my system NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!After the first book, I wasn't expecting much from this book. It would have been wrong for this one to be as twisted and creepy as the first, it would have been too much. But it stays in the same unique universe.But I wasn't expecting that. Or that. Or that.Although at times The Madness Underneath feels like a filler, a space between the first and third books when nothing too much *can* happen, it is great in its own right. [...]


    5. Ich fand das Buch in einigen Aspekten besser, in anderen etwas schwächer als das erste Buch.Eigentlich sind das ja Thriller, aber ich habe eigentlich nur am Ende etwas davon gespürt. Auch vorher gab es Tote, aber es war nicht spannend im Thriller-Stil.Andererseits fand ich gerade das auch ganz gut. So hatten die Charaktere sozusagen etwas Zeit für sich, ihre Beziehungen untereinander und dieser Teil war ja auch nicht langweilig! Sie haben Nachforschungen angestellt, neue Dinge in Erfahrung ge [...]


    6. What exactly will this book be about? I LOVED The Name of the Star, and I am dying for the sequel to be released, but I'm confused as to what it will be about. The kind-of cliffhanger of book one raised the potential for the sequel, but the Ripper is gone, so will there be a 3rd Ripper? Will the Ripper return? What happens to Jerome and Rory?!?! Extremely cute couple, but I can't deny that I'm curious if Steven and Rory will get together. Will there even be a bad ghost in this book, or will it b [...]


    7. My main problem with this second book was the lack of plot be honest, this was really more of an in-between book. Yes, it's interesting to see Rory try to reconcile what happened to her in the last book and what to do with her new ability. However, the book didn't really feel like it started until I was about 60% through. Everything before that point was Rory kind of wandering around trying to decide what to do, being confused and directionless. I think that would have been interesting if Rory's [...]


    8. I have an axiom that if a character in a book is engaging enough then even watching them chew oatmeal will be interesting. Maureen Johnson has found a strong, memorable voice in her protagonist/narrator Rory Deveaux, a Lousiana girl transplanted to London. Rory has a colorful personality, injecting random asides and humorous descriptions into everything, and telling embarrassing stories about her family when she gets nervous.Some people don't enjoy the character because she's not very heroic, bu [...]


    9. Can I be honest? I feel a bit manipulated. I am going through a horrible reading slump right now, so I know that I am a lot less tolerant than I would have been prior to this dry spell. So my review of this book might be a bit harsher. I feel that despite my rather harsh criticism, I am being fair and respectful, which are crucial to me as a reviewer.I loved the first book, The Name of the Star, and I gave it five stars. I actually thought it was quite brilliant. In comparison, my feelings are n [...]


    10. 352 pages. About 200 pages too long as far as relevant content goes.Rory is recovering from her injury in the previous book, and spends much of her time moping around in Bristol with her parents. She then gets permission to go back to Wexford, where she spends more time moping around, tentatively and reluctantly embracing her new role as a new Terminus (but not really doing much about it or with her new powers). Actually, she spends much of the book doing nothing BUT moping. This isn't Shades of [...]


    11. I need some time to absorb this but whoa. Whoa. WHOA.___Okay, I wrote the above immediately after finishing, and now I've slept on it and it's the next morning, so I'll try to be a little more articulate. THIS BOOK IS SO GOOD. I almost don't want to say ANYTHING because I want you to be SURPRISED by everything, but let's just say that the concern I've seen about THE NAME OF THE STAR wrapping things up too neatly to allow for more books is NOT something you should be worrying about. There is PLEN [...]


    12. Almost half way through this book and I just ordered the third one. The Shades of London books are spectacular!! In the first book, Rory almost dies from Jack the Ripper (wanna be) attack, and discovers she gained a new ability besides seeing ghosts, so Jack was right.Now Rory returns to school but she's not the same in some ways, she feels behind in all her classes, she isn't sure she likes her boyfriend anymore and she can't relate to her friends.Rory is getting on my nerves! For most of the b [...]


    13. I kind of liked the first book. Didn't love but liked enough. Complaint about this book: NOTHING HAPPENS for the first 2/3rds of the book. It's still interesting enough, but there is literally no plot.No this gets one star for the ending. This is a little spoilerish, but I knew Jerome wasn't for Rory. He's nice, but not for her. Stephen, on the other hand yeah, I saw that coming from a mile away. And it made me happy.And then just screw you Maureen Johnson (this is way spoilerish, without actual [...]


    14. Rory is now a survivor of a vicious assault with all the emotional baggage that brings. She's also not coping at school, or coping anywhere at all really. But she still sees ghosts, and now she has an added ability as well, one that may make her essential to the Shades.I liked this one a lot more than the first one. The writer is clearly so much better at her craft here. Rory is so clearly suffering from traumatic stress and the injunction placed on her not to talk about her experiences has her [...]


    15. Another great entry in the Shades of London series. While this was very much a middle book, that was OK because it picked up the story from book 1 nicely and spent some time letting the characters develop and introduced some new ones. The ending set the stage for book 3, which based on that, promises to be very interesting.


    16. 3.5. A solid middle entry to the series but I'm not in love with the direction the plot took in the last third of the novel.



    17. Cover Blurb: Yes or No? Divided. If I saw this book without knowing anything about it, I may not have been inclined to pick it up just because it doesn't really especially ghostly or intriguing. But I do like the title font, and there is something slightly haunting about it when you know what the series is about.Characters: Rory is a blast. She's got a great sense of humor, is practical for the most part, and not overly emotional. Rory has suffered some series trauma, but rather than losing her [...]


    18. I really liked this book. A lot.Especially because it is composed by so many great things.Great story.Great characters.Great MC.Ghosts.Flawless writing (with funny dialogues and creepy parts).Imagine a table full of your favorite desserts (I'm using a metaphoric example with food, because just like Rory, I much appreciate thesubtleart of eating). Even though you want to eat them all, you can not, because your poor stomach would clearly not resist. So you pick up a plate and you serve yourself wi [...]


    19. Warning: There are major spoilers for book one in this review. I advise you to read it first.In THE NAME OF THE STAR, book one of the Shades of London series, American exchange student Rory discovered that she could see ghosts. Her ability got her mixed up with the Shades - Boo, Callum, and Stephen - and their hunt for a man copying the Jack the Ripper murders. Rory's trying to recover mentally from her stabbing, but she's having trouble. It doesn't help that she's been turned into a human termi [...]


    20. God, I was so disappointed with this book! So very disappointed.I adoredThe Name of the Starand I thought it was really cool to read Maureen Johnson's version of speculative fiction and urban fantasy/paranormal/what-have-you since the majority of her books have been of the contemporary fiction variety. TNotS was refreshing, but still had the MJ signature writing style.WhileThe Madness Underneathstill retains that same style, it does not do the premise of its predecessor justice. Where the first [...]


    21. I read this in one sitting, in raw panic, while stress eating to combat my terror for Rory and her friends. The Madness Underneath is fantastic. Even though Maureen Johnson made me cry AGAIN (it seems to be her hobby), I highly recommend it! Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to eat this entire box of crackers with this jar of Cheese Whiz while I impatiently wait for the rest of the series.


    22. Maureen Johnsons "In Memoriam" ist der zweite Teil ihrer "Die Schatten von London" Trilogie. Diese mystische Jugendthriller Trilogie ist mir aufgrund der wunderschönen Cover und der Tatsache, dass die in London und in einem Internat handeln, aufgefallen. Die perfekte Mischung aus Krimi, Drama, Romantik und Internatsgeschichte habe ich bereits im ersten Band der Reihe genossen und geliebt. Maureen Johnson weiß genau, wie sie die perfekte englische Kulisse wirken lassen muss. Der Leser fühlt si [...]


    23. (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to HarperCollins Publishers and Netgalley.)This is book 2 in the ‘Shades of London’ series, and picks up a couple of months after the end of book 1.**Warning – some unavoidable spoilers for book 1 ‘The Name of The Star’**Following Rory’s encounter with the ‘Jack the Ripper’ copycat in book 1, she’s been recovering at her parents rented home in Bristol, and seeing a therapist 3 times a wee [...]


    24. More shenanigans and reviews can be found at Ransom ReadsMAJOR SELLING POINTS:GhostsGhosts are basically the only thing that really creep me out. In THE NAME OF THE STAR, the ghost was really scary and appeared a lot, being central to the story. There are less ghosts in THE MADNESS UNDERNEATH, some of the people being creepier and more important.Secret PoliceLike spies, there's just something like the existence of secret police/government factions that deal with unusual things. The attraction pr [...]



    25. Thoughts on the Cover Is it just me or does that cover look A HELL OF A LOT like the Morganville Vampires series?



    26. Dear Ms. Johnson, You have successfully crushed my hopes for this series. Please tell me that the ending of The Madness Underneath (as well as half the plot) was a joke, and Rory is about to jump out of the bushes and yell "gotcha!" Of course, I'm sure you're giggling gleefully at my distress. But for the sake of my sanity, I am requesting that you fix it. Please?Sincerely, A heartbroken reader ______________________________When The Madness Underneath begins, Rory is in Bristol at her parents ho [...]


    27. Admittedly, I had high expectations for this book, as I couldn't get my hands on it for the LONGEST time, or some reason. BUt I feel this book, while reasonably interesting, fell short.I loved the first book. Screw that, I LOVED the first book. It was amazing. I was rooting for Rory from the start. her relationship with Jerome was adorable and her sense of humor was amazing as always. But the story arc was curious. In the Name of the Star, Rory leaves almost immediately after becoming acquainted [...]


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