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Cartwheel PDF Cartwheel Author Jennifer DuBois Liversite.co.uk Written With The Riveting Storytelling And Moral Seriousness Of Authors Like Emma Donoghue, Adam Johnson, Ann Patchett, And Curtis Sittenfeld, Cartwheel Is A Suspenseful And Haunting Novel Of An American Foreign Exchange Student Arrested For Murder, And A Father Trying To Hold His Family Together When Lily Hayes Arrives In Buenos Aires For Her Semester Abroad, She Is Enchanted By Everything She Encounters The Colorful Buildings, The Street Food, The Handsome, Elusive Man Next Door Her Studious Roommate Katy Is A Bit Of A Bore, But Lily Didn T Come To Argentina To Hang Out With Other Americans Five Weeks Later, Katy Is Found Brutally Murdered In Their Shared Home, And Lily Is The Prime Suspect But Who Is Lily Hayes It Depends On Who S Asking As The Case Takes Shape Revealing Deceptions, Secrets, And Suspicious DNA Lily Appears Alternately Sinister And Guileless Through The Eyes Of Those Around Her The Media, Her Family, The Man Who Loves Her And The Man Who Seeks Her Conviction With Mordant Wit And Keen Emotional Insight, Cartwheel Offers A Prismatic Investigation Of The Ways We Decide What To See And To Believe In One Another And Ourselves Jennifer DuBois S Debut Novel, A Partial History Of Lost Causes, Was A Finalist For The PEN Hemingway Award For Debut Fiction And Was Honored By The National Book Foundation S 5 Under 35 Program In Cartwheel, DuBois Delivers A Novel Of Propulsive Psychological Suspense And Rare Moral Nuance Who Is Lily Hayes What Happened To Her Roommate No Two Readers Will Agree Cartwheel Will Keep You Guessing Until The Final Page, And Its Questions About How Much We Really Know About Ourselves Will Linger Well Beyond.

10 thoughts on “Cartwheel

  1. says:

    it s so rare that i review a book that is actually out, what with all my netgalleying and ARC hoarding but this one has been out for ages and i am only just now getting around t

  2. says:

    This book is not a compelling read I feel like the author is too busy showing me she is smart perhaps like Lily instead of attempting to involve me in the story I don t like that At All.Proving

  3. says:

    Although there s been discussion that this novel is based on the Amanda Knox story, it is accurate to say that it is inspired by it, and I think that if you go into it with that approach, you won t be co

  4. says:

    This book was supposed to be loosely based on the Amanda Knox story Loosely Change the names, change the city, and it was regurgitated from the news practically word for word except, of course for the author s pret

  5. says:

    My road to finding and becoming interested in CARTWHEEL was longIn 2008, I read a book called The Monster of Florence about Il Mostro a serial killer linked to 16 murders which took place in Florence Italy between 1968 and 1

  6. says:

    Cartwheel is very loosely based on the framework of facts from the Amanda Knox case, but that doesn t mean it s a crime thriller or murder mystery It starts off as a deep dive into the psyches of a few important characters Lil

  7. says:

    Yep 5 stars for me, although I ve been putting this book off for months It s gotten some bum reviews, and when I saw it was supposedly a sort of a Lifetime Movie version of the Amanda Knox case the gal who was accused, convicted, then released

  8. says:

    My rating 2.5 of 5 stars Although the themes of this book were loosely inspired by the story of Amanda Knox, this is entirely a work of fiction None of the characters are real None of the events ever happened Nothing in the book should be read as a f

  9. says:

    Sure Cartwheel will be compared to the true events in the life and trial of Amanda Knox Jennifer DuBois stated that Cartwheel is inspired by that true crime After finishing Cartwheel I decided to familiaize myself with that news story since I d never really follow

  10. says:

    There are two types of crime fiction the books that explore who did it and the books that explore why the who did it Of the interrogative pronouns, why is forever and always the most compelling Tell me what, tell me who, tell me when, tell me how, but I will not be s

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