What We Buried

What We Buried

Kate A. Boorman / Jul 21, 2019

What We Buried Siblings Liv and Jory Brewer have grown up resenting one another Liv former pageant queen and reality TV star was groomed for a life in the spotlight while her older brother Jory born with a partial

  • Title: What We Buried
  • Author: Kate A. Boorman
  • ISBN: The Remains
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  • Page: 267
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Siblings Liv and Jory Brewer have grown up resenting one another Liv former pageant queen and reality TV star was groomed for a life in the spotlight, while her older brother Jory, born with a partial facial paralysis, was left in the shadows The only thing they have in common is contempt for their parents.Now Liv is suing her mom and dad for emancipation, and Jory views Siblings Liv and Jory Brewer have grown up resenting one another Liv former pageant queen and reality TV star was groomed for a life in the spotlight, while her older brother Jory, born with a partial facial paralysis, was left in the shadows The only thing they have in common is contempt for their parents.Now Liv is suing her mom and dad for emancipation, and Jory views the whole thing as yet another attention getting spectacle But on the day of the hearing, their parents mysteriously vanish, and the siblings are forced to work together Liv feels certain she knows where they are and suspects that Jory knows than he s telling which is true.What starts as a simple overnight road trip soon takes a turn for the dangerous and surreal And as the duo speeds through the deserts of Nevada, brother and sister will unearth deep family secrets that force them to relive their pasts as they try to retain a grip on the present Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Hardcover, 304 pages Expected publication February 26th 2019 by Henry Holt and Co BYR More Details Original Title The Remains ISBN 125019167X ISBN13 9781250191670 Other Editions 4 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about What We Buried, please sign up

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    Lists with This Book 2019 YA Mystery Thrillers 16 books 9 voters More lists with this book Community Reviews Showing 1 30 Rating details Sort Default Filter Jan 07, 2019 Carrie rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves netgalley What We Buried by Kate A Boorman is a young adult mystery that made me want to have some Twilight Zone music playing in the background while reading Told from the siblings, Liv and Jory Brewer, dual point of view we follow them as they try to find their missing parents.Liv and Jory couldn t be different from one another if they tried Liv is the beautiful child, raised to compete in competitions and be in the spotlight always pushed to be and do Jory is a bit of a recluse, the total What We Buried by Kate A Boorman is a young adult mystery that made me want to have some Twilight Zone music playing in the background while reading Told from the siblings, Liv and Jory Brewer, dual point of view we follow them as they try to find their missing parents.Liv and Jory couldn t be different from one another if they tried Liv is the beautiful child, raised to compete in competitions and be in the spotlight always pushed to be and do Jory is a bit of a recluse, the total opposite of Liv For quite a while getting Jory to even speak was an accomplishment as he wants to hide in the shadows suffering from a partial facial paralysis.Liv had finally had enough of the spotlight and found others out there that shared in her experience who encouraged her to take her own parents to court Jory thought Liv s antics and courtroom drama was simply another way for her to be in the spotlight However, on the morning the whole family was to appear in court Live and Jory s parents disappeared from the courthouse.To be honest I didn t find either of the main characters, Liv or Jory, that appealing or likable however, that seemed to work for this book The pair together began to become extremely fascinating as the story kept building and we began to look at their past and what formed them As events unfold the story just becomes even creepily compelling and addictive waiting for answers.I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.For reviews please visit flag 58 likesLike see review View all 3 comments Nov 05, 2018 Chelsea Humphrey rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves from publisher, netgalley I m somewhere between a 3 3.5 star rating on this one If you re interested in reading this one, please do yourself a favor and don t read the synopsis close to when you re picking this up Go in as blind as possible The comparisons that the publisher has made to other books in the description here tip the reader off to what the big twist will be if you ve read said books , and while it didn t take away all the enjoyment in reading this one, I still wished I had been out of the loop going I m somewhere between a 3 3.5 star rating on this one If you re interested in reading this one, please do yourself a favor and don t read the synopsis close to when you re picking this up Go in as blind as possible The comparisons that the publisher has made to other books in the description here tip the reader off to what the big twist will be if you ve read said books , and while it didn t take away all the enjoyment in reading this one, I still wished I had been out of the loop going in What We Buried is definitely one of those books that you immediately want to talk about upon finishing, but have trouble finding the words because for the first hour upon finishing, you just keep thinking WTF did I just read It was a compulsive page turner for sure I finished the entire thing in less than 12 hours thank you Humphrey Stomach Bug of 2018 , but it s completely character driven with very little plot propelling it forward I adore and highly respect when an author can do this it s no easy feat to create a story that is so suspenseful the pages practically turn themselves yet little action is happening.I m not going to touch on any specifics here, but I think the reason that this, overall, was still positive for me, despite the tip off to the big twist, was that even though I had guessed the what going in, it still took 50 75% in to figure out the how and why My hesitation in giving this a higher rating came not necessarily from the twist being guessed, but in my slight disconnect from the main characters The POV is told through alternating dual POV, as our main characters are brother and sister on a road trip to find their parents Neither character is likable for a majority of the book, and some of the stereotypes surrounding each of their personalities felt a bit stale and cookie cutter In the end, there are various forms of reconciliation, but for a book that is wholly character driven, it did feel that the development of each personality was minor and repetitive although once you finish the book you ll see why Overall, this was a really fun, fast paced read that was just what I needed at the moment I m still not entirely sure what the ending means, but I m guessing the author is leaving a few pieces up to the reader to determine for themselves A spooky, creative cover really brought the story to life here, and that cover art is one I ll be remembering long term I received a review copy from the publisher via NetGalley. flag 53 likesLike see review Jan 28, 2019 megs_bookrack is currently reading it review of another edition Shelves arcs read This cover SOLD me Let s find out if the story measures up flag 39 likesLike see review Jan 13, 2019 Kendall rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves 2019, netgalley approved What We Buried is such a spooky and fun YA mystery Let me tell you YA has really started to become one of my favorite genres AND WOW absolute cover adoration for this one This story is told from the perspectives of siblings Liv and Jory Brewer who we follow as they try to find their missing parents The pair together on this journey become truly fascinating finding out what enfolds their past The story becomes addictive and wondering what truly happened to their parents.Although, eithe What We Buried is such a spooky and fun YA mystery Let me tell you YA has really started to become one of my favorite genres AND WOW absolute cover adoration for this one This story is told from the perspectives of siblings Liv and Jory Brewer who we follow as they try to find their missing parents The pair together on this journey become truly fascinating finding out what enfolds their past The story becomes addictive and wondering what truly happened to their parents.Although, either character in my opinion was not likable at all But this truly worked for this certain book I m still not quite sure what the ending meant and I think the author leaves it up to the readers imagination to form answers Overall, it was quite the ride 3.5 buried stars I received a review copy from the publisher via netgalley Thank you Published to GR 1 13 19Publication date 2 26 19 flag 21 likesLike see review View all 4 comments Oct 26, 2018 Kate rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves read in 2018, arc I wish this book was already out because I need to discuss it It reminded me a bit of Christopher Pike s Road to Nowhere Loved how complex Liv and Jory were, and their tangled, twisted memories Child beauty queens, Mask movie references Cher and Eric Stoltz , disappearances, sibling feuds, blackout rages, road trips and a nightmarish landscapes flag 6 likesLike see review Aug 24, 2018 Christy rated it it was amazing A wild ride, taking the unreliable narrator to the next level What We Buried has an ending you won t see coming or easily forget.Told in alternating POV an important concept in the story What We Buried is a look at two siblings who grew up in the same household yet experience things completely differently thanks to nature and nurture Pay attention to the details and read this book twice You won t be able to turn the pages fast enough on this one the comp to OOUL originally lead me to no A wild ride, taking the unreliable narrator to the next level What We Buried has an ending you won t see coming or easily forget.Told in alternating POV an important concept in the story What We Buried is a look at two siblings who grew up in the same household yet experience things completely differently thanks to nature and nurture Pay attention to the details and read this book twice You won t be able to turn the pages fast enough on this one the comp to OOUL originally lead me to not wanting to read this but honestly, I don t see any resemblance to that book Fans of Dive Smack will love this one flag 4 likesLike see review View 1 comment Aug 24, 2018 Bethany rated it really liked it Creepy psychological thriller meets twisted family drama, What We Buried plays with notions of time linearity while deconstructing the lives of an estranged brother and sister with abusive parents Liv spent her childhood in the spotlight competing in beauty pageants and appearing on reality TV, but she was also under the thumb of her controlling mother who would do anything to win Her big brother Jory was born with Moebius syndrome, causing partial paralysis of his face While Liv was lauded f Creepy psychological thriller meets twisted family drama, What We Buried plays with notions of time linearity while deconstructing the lives of an estranged brother and sister with abusive parents Liv spent her childhood in the spotlight competing in beauty pageants and appearing on reality TV, but she was also under the thumb of her controlling mother who would do anything to win Her big brother Jory was born with Moebius syndrome, causing partial paralysis of his face While Liv was lauded for her beauty, he was kept in the shadows with his alcoholic father Once friends, the siblings now resent each other and Liv is suing her parents for emotional damages due to the pageant circuit As the plot develops, so does the sense of unease and an impromptu sibling road trip becomes a twisted and strange ride into the past But uncovering dark and hidden memories and being honest might be the only path toward redemption The story is told in alternating perspectives and periodic flashbacks It s interesting to see the disparity in how Liv and Jory remember the same events and how they view each other In many ways this is a gripping portrayal of the bond between a brother and sister, even in the midst of such fraught circumstances and a deeply unhealthy family environment Both characters are beautifully nuanced and Jory s experiences with people reacting to his facial paralysis are heart wrenching and thought provoking Also thread through the novel is this issue of rage and how to appropriately handle anger I loved seeing the normalization of therapy and a balanced view of Liv as a very angry young woman, often with plenty of cause The author unpacks how the pageant lifestyle and just normal life in many cases teaches girls to smile, be nice, and ignore their instincts SUCH an important thing to see talked about right now While I had some guesses, I was never entirely sure how everything would unfold and I thought that the ending was an interesting choice Overall, I think this is a solid YA thriller with important themes we don t often see Go check it out Thank you to Fierce Reads for providing an early copy for review flag 3 likesLike see review Nov 19, 2018 Sam rated it liked it Shelves 2018 read, netgalley, queer You can find this review and others on my blog SleepySamReads Special thanks to Netgalley and the publishers for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review.I don t know what I just read I try to keep this blog as PG as possible, but I m going to have to make a small excuse for this review This book was a total mindfuck For the most part, I think I enjoyed it I love books movies that make you think hard Inception is one of my favorite movies, simply because it makes you think What You can find this review and others on my blog SleepySamReads Special thanks to Netgalley and the publishers for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review.I don t know what I just read I try to keep this blog as PG as possible, but I m going to have to make a small excuse for this review This book was a total mindfuck For the most part, I think I enjoyed it I love books movies that make you think hard Inception is one of my favorite movies, simply because it makes you think What We Buried does this, but not in such a satisfying way as the Leo DiCaprio movie I started with not liking Liv very much She seemed pretty materialistic and I m not usually sympathetic to teens who feel like they are the center of the world Reading her story and how her childhood changed my perspective on her I came out of the story feeling sorry for her, though I m not sure as sorry as the author was aiming for I ll come back to that in a minute I liked Jory a lot He was the perfect mix of sarcastic and asshole Especially for someone who is disabled I really like reading characters who s disabilities seem realistic Not so much the disability itself, but how the character handles said disabilities As someone who has been disabled their whole life, a lot of times disabled characters seem too much like inspiration porn especially those who are written by able bodied people I appreciate it when they re written realistically.I extremely enjoyed being able to see their joined memories of their childhood from each of the siblings perspectives It helped me understand just how much their parents messed them each up The story doesn t have a ton of plot It s definitely a character driven story, which isn t always a bad thing I think it worked okay for this As you can tell, I enjoyed this book I enjoyed the feeling of wtf I kept experiencing throughout the story What I didn t like was the ending I m still not entirely sure what happened and with stories like this that confusion really takes my enjoyment of the novel as a whole down a notch If what I think happened actually happened excuse me while I m vague to avoid spoilers then I would take at least another star off my overall rating It would also lower my opinion on Liv and Jory a lot and make me not feel so bad for them in the end But since I feel really confused still I feel like it s not entirely fair for me to base my rating off what I think may have happened So, yeah, I have no clue what I thought about the novel as a whole It was both good and bad flag 2 likesLike see review Jan 21, 2019 Roxanne rated it liked it review of another edition Thanks to Henry Holt Co and Netgalley for a copy of the eARC in exchange for a fair review.Liv and Jory are on the verge of life changing news Liv has sued their parents for emancipation and everyone knows they are going to win But just as Jory is heading up the stairs with their parents everything changes in the blink of an eye They just disappear Soon Liv and Jory are heading to a remote cabin to figure out what their parents are up and what is going on.One weird tripping ride later Thanks to Henry Holt Co and Netgalley for a copy of the eARC in exchange for a fair review.Liv and Jory are on the verge of life changing news Liv has sued their parents for emancipation and everyone knows they are going to win But just as Jory is heading up the stairs with their parents everything changes in the blink of an eye They just disappear Soon Liv and Jory are heading to a remote cabin to figure out what their parents are up and what is going on.One weird tripping ride later here I am So like I am super vague now, but for two reasons one I am still wondering what I read and what really was happening in the book so that makes it hard to write a review when you are unsure of what was actually going on and two spoilers Like you might be smarter than me so I don t want to ruin the book for you That being said this was super compelling because I was trying really hard to figure out what was going on and what had happened Sadly I did not figure that out so I am not sure I love this or like it a lot So it may be that the author ended things a certain way so that we the readers could read into however we like, I will just be upfront and say that I am not a reader that enjoys making up my own ending I want to know, like I really want to know what happened So for me this was amazing writing and I have a few things to google because I admit that I don t know what Moeibus is and I now need to know this The characters were okay and the plot was compelling It could be a thriller, but it is not what I consider a thriller flag 2 likesLike see review Jan 27, 2019 Kat rated it really liked it Shelves 2019 releases, arc review book Thank you Raincoast books for the advanced review copy in exchange for my honest opinion This novel follows Livy a former beauty pageant queen and reality TV star, and her brother Jory who was born with a partial facial paralysis, in alternating perspectives throughout a fast paced mystery After suing her parents for emancipation, Livy is vying for justice against her parents Jory is just trying to make it through without drawing too much attention, and then he can have some freedom Ne Thank you Raincoast books for the advanced review copy in exchange for my honest opinion This novel follows Livy a former beauty pageant queen and reality TV star, and her brother Jory who was born with a partial facial paralysis, in alternating perspectives throughout a fast paced mystery After suing her parents for emancipation, Livy is vying for justice against her parents Jory is just trying to make it through without drawing too much attention, and then he can have some freedom Neither expected to be road tripping through the desert in the middle of the night, especially as the situation gets darker with every twisting turn.This novel really surprised me, it was fast paced, dark and daring, and had a unique writing style It might be a bit a confusing for readers at times when the writing flashes back to the past, but the shift only adds to the suspense The characters were developed than I expected, with deeper motives and aspirations that are revealed throughout the story While the beginning was a bit slower paced, the second half picked up, and it ended with a bang I liked that the plot twists kept coming, and it was exciting to see how the novel played out For mystery, and even thriller, fans, I definitely recommend flag 2 likesLike see review Jul 30, 2018 Stacey Kondla rated it really liked it review of another edition I received an ARC for this book and am very happy I did If you are looking for a story similar to Winterkill, you will not find in Kate Boorman s newest book What you will find is a fast paced, pot boiler, psychological thriller with just a hint of the paranormal The two main characters, Jory and Liv, are interesting, well fleshed out individuals that are compelling singularly and in their warped sibling dynamic.Read it you ll find yourself wanting to read it a second time flag 1 likeLike see review Oct 31, 2018 USOM rated it really liked it Disclaimer I received this free book from the publisher This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest Dual perspective novels that feature siblings will always be my kryptonite Seriously There s nothing I love than seeing a story play out from two different perspectives when they re siblings But besides the fact that I adored the way What We Buried was written, I loved how Boorman constantly keeps us on our toes to figure out what s really happening What We Buried was Disclaimer I received this free book from the publisher This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest Dual perspective novels that feature siblings will always be my kryptonite Seriously There s nothing I love than seeing a story play out from two different perspectives when they re siblings But besides the fact that I adored the way What We Buried was written, I loved how Boorman constantly keeps us on our toes to figure out what s really happening What We Buried was all psychological horror, but also including this almost meta aspect Throwing in memories and questions of reality flag 1 likeLike see review Oct 14, 2018 Brittany rated it really liked it review of another edition What We Buried was a really well paced, thoughtful book about the complexities of sibling relationships For Jory and Liv, growing up in the same house with the same set of parents provided two totally contrasting upbringings Jory, a brainy, surly young man with Moebius syndrome grew up virtually ignored while Liv, the beauty queen, grew up with an audience literally When their parents go missing the day of a fateful decision, Jory and Liv must set aside their difference to find them b What We Buried was a really well paced, thoughtful book about the complexities of sibling relationships For Jory and Liv, growing up in the same house with the same set of parents provided two totally contrasting upbringings Jory, a brainy, surly young man with Moebius syndrome grew up virtually ignored while Liv, the beauty queen, grew up with an audience literally When their parents go missing the day of a fateful decision, Jory and Liv must set aside their difference to find them but they find there is something far valuable at stake.For a in depth review of this and many other book, please visit my blog at a big thank you to Net Galley for the ARC I was given in exchange for a fair and honest review flag Like see review Jan 13, 2019 Gretchen rated it did not like it Shelves arcs, giveaways, lbgtq, supernatural, young adult This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I received an ARC of this book from the publisher through a giveaway The beginning of the book was interesting until the parents disappeared in front of Jory After that, the book went downhill quickly I dislike books where I cannot tell what is real and what is just in the characters heads, and this was definitely one of those books I only finished it to see if the ending would reveal what was actually happening in the entire book, but that did not happen I have no idea if Liv and Jory are I received an ARC of this book from the publisher through a giveaway The beginning of the book was interesting until the parents disappeared in front of Jory After that, the book went downhill quickly I dislike books where I cannot tell what is real and what is just in the characters heads, and this was definitely one of those books I only finished it to see if the ending would reveal what was actually happening in the entire book, but that did not happen I have no idea if Liv and Jory are alive or dead or if their parents are alive or dead Maybe the parents killed Liv and Jory It was very unclear to me Also, were they in a time loop or purgatory or something else flag Like see review Dec 10, 2018 Sandra rated it really liked it review of another edition Please note I read this as a free eARC from Netgalley Psychological thriller centering siblings Livania and Jory Livania has been stared at most of her life working the beauty pageant circuit Jory has been stared at due to Moebius Syndrome characterized by facial paralysis and the inability to move the eyes from side to side As they begin an overnight road trip to find their missing parents, time moves them through back country areas sparking memories long ago suppressed Enjoyable read wit Please note I read this as a free eARC from Netgalley Psychological thriller centering siblings Livania and Jory Livania has been stared at most of her life working the beauty pageant circuit Jory has been stared at due to Moebius Syndrome characterized by facial paralysis and the inability to move the eyes from side to side As they begin an overnight road trip to find their missing parents, time moves them through back country areas sparking memories long ago suppressed Enjoyable read with suspenseful twists and turns that kept me wanting flag Like see review Jan 13, 2019 Sarah rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves netgalley I read this book quickly because the premise grabbed me and sucked me in Joey and Liv had an interesting dynamic I found them to complicated and it was a very creative road trip that they took I m feeling confused and maybe need to re read this story but over all, it was a good thriller that my studies will enjoy Thank you netgally for this arc in exchange for my honest opinion flag Like see review Jan 21, 2019 Anita Chomenko rated it really liked it review of another edition This book kept me guessing as the story unfolded I felt it was a fast read in the beginning and then I hit a point where it felt a little slower but I m glad I didn t give up on this book Overall a good read but would not read again flag Like see review Nov 15, 2018 The Bookish Austin rated it liked it Probably 2.5 stars rounded up I ll write a in depth review later flag Like see review Sep 15, 2018 Kait rated it really liked it Shelves arcs Creepy, twisty, super compelling Full review TK flag Like see review Milana M acouplereads rated it really liked it Jan 31, 2019 Martha rated it liked it Jan 29, 2019 Michelle Dixon rated it did not like it Jan 29, 2019 Emma rated it liked it Jan 03, 2019 Morgan rated it it was amazing Jul 17, 2018 Dec 22, 2018 Alicia added it Shelves mystery, multiple voices, male, female, family, dysfunctional, dark Reviewing for professional magazine see review there flag Like see review Karen Cavanaugh rated it it was amazing Jan 22, 2019 Nov 03, 2018 Kat rated it really liked it WhatWeBuried NetGalleyI have to give the author a lot of credit on this book It was not what I expected to read What We Buried is a well thought out thriller that is dark and thought provoking The sisters are well developed characters that you cannot wait to see what will happen next to them A definite must read for 2019 flag Like see review Christy rated it liked it Oct 24, 2018 Oct 14, 2018 Arlen rated it it was amazing Book Review What We Buried by Kate A BoormanTo be published February 26,019Read courtesy of NetgalleyRiveting RIVETING From the double meaning title to the adept use of flashbacks entwined with the glimpses of memory, What We Buried by Kate A Boorman epitomizes a psychological thriller I m so glad I read this and cannot wait to get this book for my high school library.I read this in one sitting, from 9am to 2pm on a Sunday, and it was time well spent Most of us would admit that we hold Book Review What We Buried by Kate A BoormanTo be published February 26,019Read courtesy of NetgalleyRiveting RIVETING From the double meaning title to the adept use of flashbacks entwined with the glimpses of memory, What We Buried by Kate A Boorman epitomizes a psychological thriller I m so glad I read this and cannot wait to get this book for my high school library.I read this in one sitting, from 9am to 2pm on a Sunday, and it was time well spent Most of us would admit that we hold a secret prejudice against kids who sue their parents OK, I ll admit that I didn t have sympathy for children suing their parents it s Kramer vs Kramer esque and shades of my parents owe me a college education lawsuits that have shaped my thinking however, I really appreciated how Boorman validated a child s experiences and perceptions The author did an amazing job of having Liv and Jory explain how the siblings had their relationship marred by how each of them had been treated by their parents, and she did so without being preachy or obvious or by making the characters seem blaming and whiny.Moreover, the author flawlessly made this skeptical reader accept the validity of how untrivial Liv s lawsuit against her parents is In Liv, Boorman created a character who grows up right before our eyes albeit flawed but, hey, that s what makes a character so interesting What We Buried deftly fits together convoluted puzzle pieces of memory and plot, making this a psychological thriller I wanted to figure out I kept flipping back and forth as to whom I believed was in the cabin, and even after finishing the book and reading the book flap teaser, I still can make a case for multiple perceptions of the ending It would be fun to make a book discussion out of the possible endings with my teen readers.As I read, I had shades of Lovely Bones and Thelma Louise float into my consciousness at different times, but What We Buried is its own unique story Highly recommended flag Like see review Dec 29, 2018 Kira Brighton marked it as to read Shelves love the cover, most excited for Showcased in Winter 2019 Top To Reads flag Like see review previous 1 2 next new topicDiscuss This Book There are no discussion topics on this book yet Be the first to start one Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Readers Also Enjoyed

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    1. What We Buried by Kate A Boorman is a young adult mystery that made me want to have some Twilight Zone music playing in the background while reading Told from the siblings, Liv and Jory Brewer, dual point of view we follow them as they try to find their missing parents.Liv and Jory couldn t be different from one another if they tried Liv is the beautiful child, raised to compete in competitions and be in the spotlight always pushed to be and do Jory is a bit of a recluse, the total What We Bur [...]


    2. I m somewhere between a 3 3.5 star rating on this one If you re interested in reading this one, please do yourself a favor and don t read the synopsis close to when you re picking this up Go in as blind as possible The comparisons that the publisher has made to other books in the description here tip the reader off to what the big twist will be if you ve read said books , and while it didn t take away all the enjoyment in reading this one, I still wished I had been out of the loop going I m som [...]



    3. What We Buried is such a spooky and fun YA mystery Let me tell you YA has really started to become one of my favorite genres AND WOW absolute cover adoration for this one This story is told from the perspectives of siblings Liv and Jory Brewer who we follow as they try to find their missing parents The pair together on this journey become truly fascinating finding out what enfolds their past The story becomes addictive and wondering what truly happened to their parents.Although, eithe What We Bu [...]


    4. I wish this book was already out because I need to discuss it It reminded me a bit of Christopher Pike s Road to Nowhere Loved how complex Liv and Jory were, and their tangled, twisted memories Child beauty queens, Mask movie references Cher and Eric Stoltz , disappearances, sibling feuds, blackout rages, road trips and a nightmarish landscapes.


    5. A wild ride, taking the unreliable narrator to the next level What We Buried has an ending you won t see coming or easily forget.Told in alternating POV an important concept in the story What We Buried is a look at two siblings who grew up in the same household yet experience things completely differently thanks to nature and nurture Pay attention to the details and read this book twice You won t be able to turn the pages fast enough on this one the comp to OOUL originally lead me to no A wild r [...]


    6. Creepy psychological thriller meets twisted family drama, What We Buried plays with notions of time linearity while deconstructing the lives of an estranged brother and sister with abusive parents Liv spent her childhood in the spotlight competing in beauty pageants and appearing on reality TV, but she was also under the thumb of her controlling mother who would do anything to win Her big brother Jory was born with Moebius syndrome, causing partial paralysis of his face While Liv was lauded f Cr [...]


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