Twenty-nine and A Half Reasons

Twenty-nine and A Half Reasons

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When Rose Gardner reports for jury duty she figures she's lucky to get out of a morning working at the DMV. Then, in spite of a disastrous encounter with the new assistant district attorney, Mason Deveraux, she's picked as a juror on a murder case. As the trial progresses and with the help of one of her visions, she realizes that there's more to the story, but there's not a cotton picking thing she can do about it. Or is there?
Publisher: New York : Crooked Lane, 2015
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2012
ISBN: 9781629532202
1629532207
9781629533766
1629533769
Branch Call Number: Mystery Swa
Characteristics: 284 pages ; 25 cm
Alternative Title: 29 1/2 reasons

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MelissaYAReader
Sep 21, 2016

This is a charming series. Rose is a likable character and I like that she is becoming more assertive. In this novel Rose has some choices to make, and her sister obviously doesn't approve of Joe. Between her choices and jury duty she has her hands full. Rose is charming and Joe is like the perfect guy, but you keep waiting for the other shoe to drop. Rose's visions are an interesting aspect of this series, but they aren't the primary means of solving the mysteries. There are definitely more mysteries in store for Rose and while books 1 and 2 were both fun and interesting, I can't help but worry that the same old scenarios might get old in later books in the series. Still, doubts aside, I believe I will take the plunge and start on book 3. ​

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tmlh89
Feb 20, 2016

After coming away from Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes with mixed feelings, I decided to give this next installment a try because, while I had (for the most part) enjoyed the plot of the previous novel, I remained unconvinced as to the plausibility of its main protagonist - Rose Gardner. I decided it was only fair to allow her character (and the others as well) a chance to develop before dismissing the series outright. However, this installment merely proved that despite Rose's supposed transformation in Book #1, she ultimately hadn't changed a bit. She continued to behave rashly and irresponsibly throughout the entirety of the novel, and the constant chaos and events which ensued as a result of her poorly planned antics were just plain silly rather than endearing. Furthermore, she (again) required constant rescuing, not only from Joe this time, but from a new character as well. I felt that there were just a few too many coincidences involved for this plot to be believable, and it was disappointing to see that Rose had not actually matured as a heroine whatsoever, other than taking on a more confrontational persona.

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