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Ruth Ware born in year 1977, also known as Ruth Warburton, is a British psychological thriller writer. Her novels include In a Dark, Dark Wood, The Woman in Cabin 10, The Death of Mrs Westaway, The Lying Game, The Turn of the Key, and One By One. Both In a Dark, Dark Wood and The Woman in Cabin 10 have been on the UK Sunday Times and New York Times Top Ten lists. She is represented by the Eve White of the Eve White Literary Agency. She changed to Ruth Ware to differentiate her crime fiction from the young adult fantasy novels published under her name by Ruth Warburton.

Ruth Ware was born in year 1977 and grew up in the Lewes. She studied English at the University of Manchester, where she developed a fascination with Old and Middle English texts.

Before her writing career, Ware worked as a waitress, bookseller and publicist. She also spent her time in the Paris teaching English as a foreign language.

Ware now lives near Brighton.

In her crime books, Ruth Ware’s writing style is compared to that of Agatha Christie. Ware has admitted to being unconsciously influenced by Christie and other mystery novelists of the day. Ware’s protagonists are usually ordinary women who find themselves in dangerous situations related to a crime. Ware’s first two novels are about a crime thriller involving a group of people who are caught or prevented from immediately escaping from the dangerous environment. Christie was famous for using this plot device in novels like Murder on the Orient Express.

Ware and Christie choose settings and situations that foster a sense of fear that drives their characters to paranoia, often responding with violence. These environments create a sense of isolation in which to allow events to unfold. Ware’s locations play a key role in drawing the reader in and are just as essential and integral to her story as the characters.

BookThe It Girl
AuthorRuth Ware
LanguageEnglish
Size3.0 MB
Pages432
CategoryNovel

The It Girl Book PDF download for free

The It Girl Book PDF download for free

April Clarke-Cliveden was the first person to meet Hannah Jones at Oxford.

Energetic, brilliant, occasionally vicious and the ultimate It girl, she quickly drew Hannah into her dazzling orbit. Together, during their first term, they developed a group of devoted and inseparable friends: Will, Hugh, Ryan and Emily. By the end of the year, April was dead.

Now, a decade later, Hannah and Will are expecting their first child, and the man convicted of April’s murder, former Oxford goalkeeper John Neville, has died in prison.

Relieved to finally put the past behind her, Hannah’s world is rocked when a young reporter knocks on the door and presents new evidence that Neville may have been innocent. As Hannah reunites with old friends and delves into the mystery of April’s death, she realizes that the friends she thought she knew have something to hide…including a murder.

“Our Generation’s Agatha Christie” (#1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci) proves once again that she is “as brilliant and tireless as the queen of crime” (The Washington Post) with this gripping thriller police officer who will stand you on the edge of your seat.

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April Clarke-Cliveden was the first person to meet Hannah Jones at Oxford.

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Energetic, brilliant, occasionally vicious and the ultimate It girl, she quickly drew Hannah into her dazzling orbit. Together, during their first term, they developed a group of devoted and inseparable friends: Will, Hugh, Ryan and Emily. By the end of the year, April was dead.

Now, a decade later, Hannah and Will are expecting their first child, and the man convicted of April’s murder, former Oxford goalkeeper John Neville, has died in prison. Relieved to finally put the past behind her, Hannah’s world is rocked when a young reporter knocks on the door and presents new evidence that Neville may have been innocent. As Hannah reunites with old friends and delves into the mystery of April’s death, she realizes that the friends she thought she knew have something to hide…including a murder.

My thoughts:

As we follow this mysterious story of The It Girl, we take a journey back and forth through narratives labeled Before and After. Sometimes the search takes us to interesting places, but we also find it a bit slow as there is so much that is hidden behind more and more secrets and lies.

Who can Hannah really trust as she tries to find the answers? As I got lost in the questions, I also discovered that the victim, April, was a terrible person most of the time. Beneath her charm, her beauty, and hidden from her under the protection of her money and belongings, there was a cruel streak that appeared regularly. Not that we want to blame the victim, but much of what happened to her was due in part to her own behavior.

Still, there were many who wanted the truth. Then Hannah follows him. In the end, the twists and turns kept us going until we finally got the amazing answers. I thought I had figured it out, but at the last minute there was a definite turn in an unexpected direction.

Ten years ago, a jury found John Neville guilty of the murder of April Clarke-Clivedon, a lively, beautiful, brilliant, prank-loving young Oxford student.

Now, after years of staunchly proclaiming her innocence, Neville is dying in prison.

The main character, Hannah Jones, was April’s best friend and roommate. She provided evidence that helped convict Neville. When Hannah learns new information that challenges Neville’s conviction, she feels compelled to ignore the truth about April’s death, despite the wishes and warnings of close friends and family, which Hannah realizes she can. regret deeply.

It was a pleasure reading this novel. After suffering through several poorly written putative bestsellers, I was relieved to read a work in which the author clearly cared what words she put on the page. The prose is descriptive without being exaggerated. The dialogues are realistic and move the story forward.

Is the mystery basically a “whodunnit”? Although at least one other reviewer has said that he discovered the answer early, I found that was not the case. Not to spoil the plot for anyone, I’ll just say that the author, Ruth Ware, kept me guessing, guessing, and guessing until the reveal.

I thought Mrs. Ware did a good job with her version: Oxford University 10 years ago and Edinburgh today. I particularly enjoyed learning what it is like to be an Oxford student. And I put the novel down in the hope of visiting Edinburgh soon.

The characters are mostly well drawn. April is a wonderful “it girl”. She sometimes she is an angel; sometimes she is a demon; sometimes she is loved; and sometimes hated-all of which she likes to read. Other minor secondary characters are clear and interesting.

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He wasn’t as in love with Hannah as he could have been. She may be the heroine of the story, but she spends much of her time blaming herself for Neville’s convictions; and this self-accusation does not seem entirely justified in the light of the facts provided by Mrs. Ware. Also, Hannah reflects a lot on her feelings. All of this left me with the impression that she was more self-centered and sanctimonious than she needed to be, especially considering what she was putting at risk. And all that rumination slows down the pace of the novel, in my opinion.

There are also moments where Mrs. Ware almost crosses the line between drama and melodrama.

But whatever shortcomings there may be, they make up for it in a gripping and realistic mystery with plenty of twists and turns in different Scottish ways. All in all, The It Girl is a solid and entertaining read.

Hannah Jones was a really good student at a public school in the Scotland. But when it was time for her to go to university, she found a way to get to Oxford. She had to fight the impostor syndrome of hers, but she did it. And when she showed up on campus, she met the group of people that would change her life forever.

Her roommate, April Clarke-Cliveden, was rich and entitled, but she was also generous and charming. She introduces herself and opens an expensive bottle of champagne for the two young students to share. At dinner, she catches up with an old friend or two and meets a few other students, and Hannah’s first night of college ends with a group of them playing the strip poker in the Hannah and April’s common room.

There’s Will, who used to date a friend of April’s, and his good friend Ryan. Emily is an intense math genius and Hugh is studying to be a doctor and after that first night they are forever bonded through laughter, alcohol and friendship.

As the school weeks progress, Hannah feels more and more comfortable on campus. But life is not perfect. There is a doorman, John Neville, who works there, whom Hannah finds creepy. And when he returns to his room one day to find the door open and Neville standing in the middle of the common room, Hannah is genuinely scared. But even worse than feeling tormented is the look on April’s face dating Will, and Hannah can’t stop thinking about him.

But the night Hannah returns to the room to find April dead on the floor, everything changes, and Hannah has never been the same.

Ten years have passed and there is news about the case again. Over the past ten years, Hannah has changed her appearance, moved to Edinburgh and changed her name. She married Will and they are expecting her first child. But when she was finally released to go home after April’s murder, she had never returned to Oxford. She never finished her studies. She works in a bookstore where she feels safe. But when word got out that Neville, who was in prison for April’s murder, died in prison, Hannah once again had to dodge reporters.

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But a reporter, a friend of Ryan’s, believes that Neville did not kill her. Hannah was the one who saw him leave his building that night, and it was his testimony that helped convict him. But Neville had always maintained that he was innocent and that his DNA had not been found at the crime scene. Hannah talks to the journalist and he has been increasing her concerns since the trial. What if testifying against Neville had landed an innocent man in jail? All her fears return.

But here’s the question: If it hadn’t been Neville, who could have killed April? There was only one flight of stairs to her bedroom door, and Neville had been in her bedroom, she admitted as much. He had left a package for Hannah from his mother. How could anyone kill April in the time between when Hannah saw Neville leave the building and when he came up the stairs and found April on the floor? There were others in the building who would have heard or seen anyone else.

As Hannah reviews all the old questions, she can feel the fear in her body. Her blood pressure is high, which worries her doctor, and since Hannah can finally feel her baby moving inside her, she can also feel when stress is affecting the baby. She really needs to know if she really helped convict an innocent man, she wants to know the truth of that night, but she can only take so much stress or she will endanger her family. How far does Hannah have to go to find the truth and find a sense of peace?

The It Girl is Ruth Ware’s latest masterful thriller. It’s a twist on a locked room mystery, with a late twist in the story to turn everything you thought you knew upside down, in classic Ware style. The story is beautifully written with the college setting giving that texture to the story. The mix of characters offers a wide perspective, from those who spend much of their time studying to those who spend their time celebrating, from those who come from money and privilege to those who have to fight to get ahead. And adding in the romances, compliments and unrequited, adds a lot more drama to this small group of friends.

I was pleasantly surprised by this novel. When I think of Ruth Ware books, I think of suspense and suspense. But most of this story was a beautiful development of Hannah’s life, both at school and ten years later, with that tension slowly building until the last part of the book. It’s so easy to get caught up in these characters that the mystery of who killed April almost takes a backseat to the drama of Hannah’s pregnancy.

But once she decides to find the answers she’s been hiding from, things happen fast. Everything quickly falls apart and all these questions are answered, putting Hannah and her family in grave danger. The It Girl is a quite a beautiful book. It’s one of those books where you can’t wait to find out the truth, but you also don’t want it to end because it’s a perfect reading experience. This is one of the It books for this summer and you won’t want to miss it!

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