The Window

The Window

Anna is everything her identical twin is not. Outgoing and athletic, she is the opposite of quiet introvert Jess. The same on the outside, yet so completely different inside--it's hard to believe the girls are sisters, let alone twins. But they are. And they tell each other everything. Or so Jess thought. After Anna falls to her death while sneaking out her bedroom window, J Anna is everything her identical twin is not. Outgoing and athletic, she is the opposite of quiet introvert Jess....

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Title:The Window
Author:Amelia Brunskill
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:1524720291
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:352 pages pages

The Window Reviews

  • Laurie
    Nov 06, 2017

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

    hmmm. this definitely didn't end the way i thought it would. it was actually super convoluted and confusing. i liked it better when i thought i knew what was going on. it started off SO strong and so engaging and then devolved into an uninteresting mess, i'm sorry to say. the fi...

    I read an ARC of this book and absolutely loved it. From the first page, I was drawn into this story and had a very hard time putting it down. The narrator, Jess, is investigating the death of her twin, which she refuses to believe is as simply explained as everyone else seems to. Jess...

    I am not going to lie, whilst I had this on my TBR, it wasn't high on my radar. I haven't really seen a lot of people talking about it - so I picked this up for my kindle on a bit of a whim because of the mood I was in. I am so glad I did because this book was just amazing in SO MANY d...

    4.5 stars. This book caught my eye by the creepy cover and sucked me in with the synopsis. The writing is fantastic. The whole time I felt this eerie feeling (in a good, book way) and I kept wanting to read. The book flows so smoothly. I like how she stuck to the socially awkward thing...

    This was a super fun, fast-paced thriller. I didn't know who to trust during the whole book which definitely came into play at the reveal. I think it surprised me a bit, but not enough to be blown away. Some of the hints were a bit too obvious for me, but I think overall this was a...

    *Utterly absorbing read; following Jess as she tries to unearth the mystery surrounding her twin sister Anna?s death is both captivating and moving. My full review is posted for my ?The Window? BLOG TOUR post here: http://kamoorephoto.booklikes.com ...

    I found The Window hard to put down. Anyone who has ever felt the connection between sisters will love this book! With powerful imagery and realistically flawed characters, the story weaves Jess's point of view with moments of Anna's. It's tragic and beautiful and dark. ...

    Yes, I'm friends with the author so maybe I'm a little biased, but this book is fantastic. It kept me guessing and I couldn't put it down. I absolutely loved it. ...

    I really enjoyed the premise of this novel but felt that the author took too long on certain elements of it that didn't really pan out. As a result, the end of the novel felt extremely rushed and I don't really feel like much was resolved. If you want a quick mystery this is one such b...

    The cover is what originally earned The Window a place on my TBR pile. Now that I've read the book, I have two things to say. First, the cover is spot on. It perfectly captures the atmosphere of the story - eerie, dark, and attention-grabing. Second and best of all, The Window posses a...

    There had been no mistake. It was true, true after all. Anna, my sister, my twin, was dead. For her entire life, Jess has counted her twin sister, Anna, as the only one who understands her. The two of them are extremely different -- Jess quiet and blunt and socially awkward, Anna f...

    Thank you to Delacorte Press #Partner For sending me a free copy in exchange of an honest review. All opinions are my own. I read the synopsis on a few months ago, and I was instantly sold, I emailed in to request it, that same day. So it was a happy day a few weeks later when it ca...

    I was pretty impressed with this, especially since it is a debut author. I read a lot of mystery/thrillers (especially of the YA variety) so I was psyched to check this one out. The main character Jess is trying to unravel the truth behind the sudden death of her sister Anna, which...

    Ik heb een boek gelezen wat een echte contemporary is, ik heb gelachen, gehuild, mezelf afgevraagd wat er nu eigenlijk allemaal gaande was en gehoopt op een grotere plottwist dan degene die er nu in zat. Ik vind het heerlijk om deze boeken tussendoor te lezen en dit maakte me niet veel...

    I read this quickly, wanting to find out, along with Jess, what really happened to her twin sister Anna, who died from a fall out of a window. Jess's reaction to grief was realistic and well-portrayed, the resolution was surprising, and I especially appreciated that romance didn't solv...

  • Lauren
    Mar 25, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

    hmmm. this definitely didn't end the way i thought it would. it was actually super convoluted and confusing. i liked it better when i thought i knew what was going on. it started off SO strong and so engaging and then devolved into an uninteresting mess, i'm sorry to say. the fi...

    I read an ARC of this book and absolutely loved it. From the first page, I was drawn into this story and had a very hard time putting it down. The narrator, Jess, is investigating the death of her twin, which she refuses to believe is as simply explained as everyone else seems to. Jess...

    I am not going to lie, whilst I had this on my TBR, it wasn't high on my radar. I haven't really seen a lot of people talking about it - so I picked this up for my kindle on a bit of a whim because of the mood I was in. I am so glad I did because this book was just amazing in SO MANY d...

    4.5 stars. This book caught my eye by the creepy cover and sucked me in with the synopsis. The writing is fantastic. The whole time I felt this eerie feeling (in a good, book way) and I kept wanting to read. The book flows so smoothly. I like how she stuck to the socially awkward thing...

    This was a super fun, fast-paced thriller. I didn't know who to trust during the whole book which definitely came into play at the reveal. I think it surprised me a bit, but not enough to be blown away. Some of the hints were a bit too obvious for me, but I think overall this was a...

    *Utterly absorbing read; following Jess as she tries to unearth the mystery surrounding her twin sister Anna?s death is both captivating and moving. My full review is posted for my ?The Window? BLOG TOUR post here: http://kamoorephoto.booklikes.com ...

    I found The Window hard to put down. Anyone who has ever felt the connection between sisters will love this book! With powerful imagery and realistically flawed characters, the story weaves Jess's point of view with moments of Anna's. It's tragic and beautiful and dark. ...

    Yes, I'm friends with the author so maybe I'm a little biased, but this book is fantastic. It kept me guessing and I couldn't put it down. I absolutely loved it. ...

    I really enjoyed the premise of this novel but felt that the author took too long on certain elements of it that didn't really pan out. As a result, the end of the novel felt extremely rushed and I don't really feel like much was resolved. If you want a quick mystery this is one such b...

    The cover is what originally earned The Window a place on my TBR pile. Now that I've read the book, I have two things to say. First, the cover is spot on. It perfectly captures the atmosphere of the story - eerie, dark, and attention-grabing. Second and best of all, The Window posses a...

  • Kathy Martin
    Feb 23, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

  • Jessica
    Mar 26, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

  • Alexandra
    Jun 28, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

    hmmm. this definitely didn't end the way i thought it would. it was actually super convoluted and confusing. i liked it better when i thought i knew what was going on. it started off SO strong and so engaging and then devolved into an uninteresting mess, i'm sorry to say. the fi...

  • Emily May
    Mar 21, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

  • Lindsay
    Nov 23, 2017

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

  • Tammie
    May 27, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

  • MissBecka
    Nov 03, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

  • Michelle (Pink Polka Dot Books)
    Mar 29, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

  • Ashley Berg
    Aug 23, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

    hmmm. this definitely didn't end the way i thought it would. it was actually super convoluted and confusing. i liked it better when i thought i knew what was going on. it started off SO strong and so engaging and then devolved into an uninteresting mess, i'm sorry to say. the fi...

    I read an ARC of this book and absolutely loved it. From the first page, I was drawn into this story and had a very hard time putting it down. The narrator, Jess, is investigating the death of her twin, which she refuses to believe is as simply explained as everyone else seems to. Jess...

    I am not going to lie, whilst I had this on my TBR, it wasn't high on my radar. I haven't really seen a lot of people talking about it - so I picked this up for my kindle on a bit of a whim because of the mood I was in. I am so glad I did because this book was just amazing in SO MANY d...

    4.5 stars. This book caught my eye by the creepy cover and sucked me in with the synopsis. The writing is fantastic. The whole time I felt this eerie feeling (in a good, book way) and I kept wanting to read. The book flows so smoothly. I like how she stuck to the socially awkward thing...

    This was a super fun, fast-paced thriller. I didn't know who to trust during the whole book which definitely came into play at the reveal. I think it surprised me a bit, but not enough to be blown away. Some of the hints were a bit too obvious for me, but I think overall this was a...

  • Amanda
    Oct 27, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

    hmmm. this definitely didn't end the way i thought it would. it was actually super convoluted and confusing. i liked it better when i thought i knew what was going on. it started off SO strong and so engaging and then devolved into an uninteresting mess, i'm sorry to say. the fi...

    I read an ARC of this book and absolutely loved it. From the first page, I was drawn into this story and had a very hard time putting it down. The narrator, Jess, is investigating the death of her twin, which she refuses to believe is as simply explained as everyone else seems to. Jess...

    I am not going to lie, whilst I had this on my TBR, it wasn't high on my radar. I haven't really seen a lot of people talking about it - so I picked this up for my kindle on a bit of a whim because of the mood I was in. I am so glad I did because this book was just amazing in SO MANY d...

    4.5 stars. This book caught my eye by the creepy cover and sucked me in with the synopsis. The writing is fantastic. The whole time I felt this eerie feeling (in a good, book way) and I kept wanting to read. The book flows so smoothly. I like how she stuck to the socially awkward thing...

    This was a super fun, fast-paced thriller. I didn't know who to trust during the whole book which definitely came into play at the reveal. I think it surprised me a bit, but not enough to be blown away. Some of the hints were a bit too obvious for me, but I think overall this was a...

    *Utterly absorbing read; following Jess as she tries to unearth the mystery surrounding her twin sister Anna?s death is both captivating and moving. My full review is posted for my ?The Window? BLOG TOUR post here: http://kamoorephoto.booklikes.com ...

    I found The Window hard to put down. Anyone who has ever felt the connection between sisters will love this book! With powerful imagery and realistically flawed characters, the story weaves Jess's point of view with moments of Anna's. It's tragic and beautiful and dark. ...

    Yes, I'm friends with the author so maybe I'm a little biased, but this book is fantastic. It kept me guessing and I couldn't put it down. I absolutely loved it. ...

    I really enjoyed the premise of this novel but felt that the author took too long on certain elements of it that didn't really pan out. As a result, the end of the novel felt extremely rushed and I don't really feel like much was resolved. If you want a quick mystery this is one such b...

  • Bee {Quite the Novel Idea}
    Mar 28, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

  • Erin
    Jul 12, 2017

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

  • Deborah Schaumberg
    Sep 09, 2017

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

    hmmm. this definitely didn't end the way i thought it would. it was actually super convoluted and confusing. i liked it better when i thought i knew what was going on. it started off SO strong and so engaging and then devolved into an uninteresting mess, i'm sorry to say. the fi...

    I read an ARC of this book and absolutely loved it. From the first page, I was drawn into this story and had a very hard time putting it down. The narrator, Jess, is investigating the death of her twin, which she refuses to believe is as simply explained as everyone else seems to. Jess...

    I am not going to lie, whilst I had this on my TBR, it wasn't high on my radar. I haven't really seen a lot of people talking about it - so I picked this up for my kindle on a bit of a whim because of the mood I was in. I am so glad I did because this book was just amazing in SO MANY d...

    4.5 stars. This book caught my eye by the creepy cover and sucked me in with the synopsis. The writing is fantastic. The whole time I felt this eerie feeling (in a good, book way) and I kept wanting to read. The book flows so smoothly. I like how she stuck to the socially awkward thing...

    This was a super fun, fast-paced thriller. I didn't know who to trust during the whole book which definitely came into play at the reveal. I think it surprised me a bit, but not enough to be blown away. Some of the hints were a bit too obvious for me, but I think overall this was a...

    *Utterly absorbing read; following Jess as she tries to unearth the mystery surrounding her twin sister Anna?s death is both captivating and moving. My full review is posted for my ?The Window? BLOG TOUR post here: http://kamoorephoto.booklikes.com ...

    I found The Window hard to put down. Anyone who has ever felt the connection between sisters will love this book! With powerful imagery and realistically flawed characters, the story weaves Jess's point of view with moments of Anna's. It's tragic and beautiful and dark. ...

  • bran (brandonthebookaddict)
    Mar 12, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

  • Rachel León
    Mar 12, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

    hmmm. this definitely didn't end the way i thought it would. it was actually super convoluted and confusing. i liked it better when i thought i knew what was going on. it started off SO strong and so engaging and then devolved into an uninteresting mess, i'm sorry to say. the fi...

    I read an ARC of this book and absolutely loved it. From the first page, I was drawn into this story and had a very hard time putting it down. The narrator, Jess, is investigating the death of her twin, which she refuses to believe is as simply explained as everyone else seems to. Jess...

    I am not going to lie, whilst I had this on my TBR, it wasn't high on my radar. I haven't really seen a lot of people talking about it - so I picked this up for my kindle on a bit of a whim because of the mood I was in. I am so glad I did because this book was just amazing in SO MANY d...

    4.5 stars. This book caught my eye by the creepy cover and sucked me in with the synopsis. The writing is fantastic. The whole time I felt this eerie feeling (in a good, book way) and I kept wanting to read. The book flows so smoothly. I like how she stuck to the socially awkward thing...

    This was a super fun, fast-paced thriller. I didn't know who to trust during the whole book which definitely came into play at the reveal. I think it surprised me a bit, but not enough to be blown away. Some of the hints were a bit too obvious for me, but I think overall this was a...

    *Utterly absorbing read; following Jess as she tries to unearth the mystery surrounding her twin sister Anna?s death is both captivating and moving. My full review is posted for my ?The Window? BLOG TOUR post here: http://kamoorephoto.booklikes.com ...

    I found The Window hard to put down. Anyone who has ever felt the connection between sisters will love this book! With powerful imagery and realistically flawed characters, the story weaves Jess's point of view with moments of Anna's. It's tragic and beautiful and dark. ...

    Yes, I'm friends with the author so maybe I'm a little biased, but this book is fantastic. It kept me guessing and I couldn't put it down. I absolutely loved it. ...

  • Katherine Moore
    Mar 29, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

    hmmm. this definitely didn't end the way i thought it would. it was actually super convoluted and confusing. i liked it better when i thought i knew what was going on. it started off SO strong and so engaging and then devolved into an uninteresting mess, i'm sorry to say. the fi...

    I read an ARC of this book and absolutely loved it. From the first page, I was drawn into this story and had a very hard time putting it down. The narrator, Jess, is investigating the death of her twin, which she refuses to believe is as simply explained as everyone else seems to. Jess...

    I am not going to lie, whilst I had this on my TBR, it wasn't high on my radar. I haven't really seen a lot of people talking about it - so I picked this up for my kindle on a bit of a whim because of the mood I was in. I am so glad I did because this book was just amazing in SO MANY d...

    4.5 stars. This book caught my eye by the creepy cover and sucked me in with the synopsis. The writing is fantastic. The whole time I felt this eerie feeling (in a good, book way) and I kept wanting to read. The book flows so smoothly. I like how she stuck to the socially awkward thing...

    This was a super fun, fast-paced thriller. I didn't know who to trust during the whole book which definitely came into play at the reveal. I think it surprised me a bit, but not enough to be blown away. Some of the hints were a bit too obvious for me, but I think overall this was a...

    *Utterly absorbing read; following Jess as she tries to unearth the mystery surrounding her twin sister Anna?s death is both captivating and moving. My full review is posted for my ?The Window? BLOG TOUR post here: http://kamoorephoto.booklikes.com ...

  • Dana Mele
    Jun 29, 2017

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

    hmmm. this definitely didn't end the way i thought it would. it was actually super convoluted and confusing. i liked it better when i thought i knew what was going on. it started off SO strong and so engaging and then devolved into an uninteresting mess, i'm sorry to say. the fi...

    I read an ARC of this book and absolutely loved it. From the first page, I was drawn into this story and had a very hard time putting it down. The narrator, Jess, is investigating the death of her twin, which she refuses to believe is as simply explained as everyone else seems to. Jess...

  • Lauren
    Apr 07, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

    hmmm. this definitely didn't end the way i thought it would. it was actually super convoluted and confusing. i liked it better when i thought i knew what was going on. it started off SO strong and so engaging and then devolved into an uninteresting mess, i'm sorry to say. the fi...

    I read an ARC of this book and absolutely loved it. From the first page, I was drawn into this story and had a very hard time putting it down. The narrator, Jess, is investigating the death of her twin, which she refuses to believe is as simply explained as everyone else seems to. Jess...

    I am not going to lie, whilst I had this on my TBR, it wasn't high on my radar. I haven't really seen a lot of people talking about it - so I picked this up for my kindle on a bit of a whim because of the mood I was in. I am so glad I did because this book was just amazing in SO MANY d...

  • ♛ Garima ♛
    May 21, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

  • K.A.
    Aug 10, 2017

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

  • Dylan
    Mar 25, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

  • Kristen
    Jul 25, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

    hmmm. this definitely didn't end the way i thought it would. it was actually super convoluted and confusing. i liked it better when i thought i knew what was going on. it started off SO strong and so engaging and then devolved into an uninteresting mess, i'm sorry to say. the fi...

    I read an ARC of this book and absolutely loved it. From the first page, I was drawn into this story and had a very hard time putting it down. The narrator, Jess, is investigating the death of her twin, which she refuses to believe is as simply explained as everyone else seems to. Jess...

    I am not going to lie, whilst I had this on my TBR, it wasn't high on my radar. I haven't really seen a lot of people talking about it - so I picked this up for my kindle on a bit of a whim because of the mood I was in. I am so glad I did because this book was just amazing in SO MANY d...

    4.5 stars. This book caught my eye by the creepy cover and sucked me in with the synopsis. The writing is fantastic. The whole time I felt this eerie feeling (in a good, book way) and I kept wanting to read. The book flows so smoothly. I like how she stuck to the socially awkward thing...

    This was a super fun, fast-paced thriller. I didn't know who to trust during the whole book which definitely came into play at the reveal. I think it surprised me a bit, but not enough to be blown away. Some of the hints were a bit too obvious for me, but I think overall this was a...

    *Utterly absorbing read; following Jess as she tries to unearth the mystery surrounding her twin sister Anna?s death is both captivating and moving. My full review is posted for my ?The Window? BLOG TOUR post here: http://kamoorephoto.booklikes.com ...

    I found The Window hard to put down. Anyone who has ever felt the connection between sisters will love this book! With powerful imagery and realistically flawed characters, the story weaves Jess's point of view with moments of Anna's. It's tragic and beautiful and dark. ...

    Yes, I'm friends with the author so maybe I'm a little biased, but this book is fantastic. It kept me guessing and I couldn't put it down. I absolutely loved it. ...

    I really enjoyed the premise of this novel but felt that the author took too long on certain elements of it that didn't really pan out. As a result, the end of the novel felt extremely rushed and I don't really feel like much was resolved. If you want a quick mystery this is one such b...

    The cover is what originally earned The Window a place on my TBR pile. Now that I've read the book, I have two things to say. First, the cover is spot on. It perfectly captures the atmosphere of the story - eerie, dark, and attention-grabing. Second and best of all, The Window posses a...

    There had been no mistake. It was true, true after all. Anna, my sister, my twin, was dead. For her entire life, Jess has counted her twin sister, Anna, as the only one who understands her. The two of them are extremely different -- Jess quiet and blunt and socially awkward, Anna f...

  • Charlot
    May 09, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

    hmmm. this definitely didn't end the way i thought it would. it was actually super convoluted and confusing. i liked it better when i thought i knew what was going on. it started off SO strong and so engaging and then devolved into an uninteresting mess, i'm sorry to say. the fi...

    I read an ARC of this book and absolutely loved it. From the first page, I was drawn into this story and had a very hard time putting it down. The narrator, Jess, is investigating the death of her twin, which she refuses to believe is as simply explained as everyone else seems to. Jess...

    I am not going to lie, whilst I had this on my TBR, it wasn't high on my radar. I haven't really seen a lot of people talking about it - so I picked this up for my kindle on a bit of a whim because of the mood I was in. I am so glad I did because this book was just amazing in SO MANY d...

    4.5 stars. This book caught my eye by the creepy cover and sucked me in with the synopsis. The writing is fantastic. The whole time I felt this eerie feeling (in a good, book way) and I kept wanting to read. The book flows so smoothly. I like how she stuck to the socially awkward thing...

    This was a super fun, fast-paced thriller. I didn't know who to trust during the whole book which definitely came into play at the reveal. I think it surprised me a bit, but not enough to be blown away. Some of the hints were a bit too obvious for me, but I think overall this was a...

    *Utterly absorbing read; following Jess as she tries to unearth the mystery surrounding her twin sister Anna?s death is both captivating and moving. My full review is posted for my ?The Window? BLOG TOUR post here: http://kamoorephoto.booklikes.com ...

    I found The Window hard to put down. Anyone who has ever felt the connection between sisters will love this book! With powerful imagery and realistically flawed characters, the story weaves Jess's point of view with moments of Anna's. It's tragic and beautiful and dark. ...

    Yes, I'm friends with the author so maybe I'm a little biased, but this book is fantastic. It kept me guessing and I couldn't put it down. I absolutely loved it. ...

    I really enjoyed the premise of this novel but felt that the author took too long on certain elements of it that didn't really pan out. As a result, the end of the novel felt extremely rushed and I don't really feel like much was resolved. If you want a quick mystery this is one such b...

    The cover is what originally earned The Window a place on my TBR pile. Now that I've read the book, I have two things to say. First, the cover is spot on. It perfectly captures the atmosphere of the story - eerie, dark, and attention-grabing. Second and best of all, The Window posses a...

    There had been no mistake. It was true, true after all. Anna, my sister, my twin, was dead. For her entire life, Jess has counted her twin sister, Anna, as the only one who understands her. The two of them are extremely different -- Jess quiet and blunt and socially awkward, Anna f...

    Thank you to Delacorte Press #Partner For sending me a free copy in exchange of an honest review. All opinions are my own. I read the synopsis on a few months ago, and I was instantly sold, I emailed in to request it, that same day. So it was a happy day a few weeks later when it ca...

    I was pretty impressed with this, especially since it is a debut author. I read a lot of mystery/thrillers (especially of the YA variety) so I was psyched to check this one out. The main character Jess is trying to unravel the truth behind the sudden death of her sister Anna, which...

    Ik heb een boek gelezen wat een echte contemporary is, ik heb gelachen, gehuild, mezelf afgevraagd wat er nu eigenlijk allemaal gaande was en gehoopt op een grotere plottwist dan degene die er nu in zat. Ik vind het heerlijk om deze boeken tussendoor te lezen en dit maakte me niet veel...

  • Natalie
    Jul 06, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

    hmmm. this definitely didn't end the way i thought it would. it was actually super convoluted and confusing. i liked it better when i thought i knew what was going on. it started off SO strong and so engaging and then devolved into an uninteresting mess, i'm sorry to say. the fi...

    I read an ARC of this book and absolutely loved it. From the first page, I was drawn into this story and had a very hard time putting it down. The narrator, Jess, is investigating the death of her twin, which she refuses to believe is as simply explained as everyone else seems to. Jess...

    I am not going to lie, whilst I had this on my TBR, it wasn't high on my radar. I haven't really seen a lot of people talking about it - so I picked this up for my kindle on a bit of a whim because of the mood I was in. I am so glad I did because this book was just amazing in SO MANY d...

    4.5 stars. This book caught my eye by the creepy cover and sucked me in with the synopsis. The writing is fantastic. The whole time I felt this eerie feeling (in a good, book way) and I kept wanting to read. The book flows so smoothly. I like how she stuck to the socially awkward thing...

    This was a super fun, fast-paced thriller. I didn't know who to trust during the whole book which definitely came into play at the reveal. I think it surprised me a bit, but not enough to be blown away. Some of the hints were a bit too obvious for me, but I think overall this was a...

    *Utterly absorbing read; following Jess as she tries to unearth the mystery surrounding her twin sister Anna?s death is both captivating and moving. My full review is posted for my ?The Window? BLOG TOUR post here: http://kamoorephoto.booklikes.com ...

    I found The Window hard to put down. Anyone who has ever felt the connection between sisters will love this book! With powerful imagery and realistically flawed characters, the story weaves Jess's point of view with moments of Anna's. It's tragic and beautiful and dark. ...

    Yes, I'm friends with the author so maybe I'm a little biased, but this book is fantastic. It kept me guessing and I couldn't put it down. I absolutely loved it. ...

    I really enjoyed the premise of this novel but felt that the author took too long on certain elements of it that didn't really pan out. As a result, the end of the novel felt extremely rushed and I don't really feel like much was resolved. If you want a quick mystery this is one such b...

    The cover is what originally earned The Window a place on my TBR pile. Now that I've read the book, I have two things to say. First, the cover is spot on. It perfectly captures the atmosphere of the story - eerie, dark, and attention-grabing. Second and best of all, The Window posses a...

    There had been no mistake. It was true, true after all. Anna, my sister, my twin, was dead. For her entire life, Jess has counted her twin sister, Anna, as the only one who understands her. The two of them are extremely different -- Jess quiet and blunt and socially awkward, Anna f...

    Thank you to Delacorte Press #Partner For sending me a free copy in exchange of an honest review. All opinions are my own. I read the synopsis on a few months ago, and I was instantly sold, I emailed in to request it, that same day. So it was a happy day a few weeks later when it ca...

    I was pretty impressed with this, especially since it is a debut author. I read a lot of mystery/thrillers (especially of the YA variety) so I was psyched to check this one out. The main character Jess is trying to unravel the truth behind the sudden death of her sister Anna, which...

  • Tracy (The Pages In-Between)
    Apr 07, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

    hmmm. this definitely didn't end the way i thought it would. it was actually super convoluted and confusing. i liked it better when i thought i knew what was going on. it started off SO strong and so engaging and then devolved into an uninteresting mess, i'm sorry to say. the fi...

    I read an ARC of this book and absolutely loved it. From the first page, I was drawn into this story and had a very hard time putting it down. The narrator, Jess, is investigating the death of her twin, which she refuses to believe is as simply explained as everyone else seems to. Jess...

    I am not going to lie, whilst I had this on my TBR, it wasn't high on my radar. I haven't really seen a lot of people talking about it - so I picked this up for my kindle on a bit of a whim because of the mood I was in. I am so glad I did because this book was just amazing in SO MANY d...

    4.5 stars. This book caught my eye by the creepy cover and sucked me in with the synopsis. The writing is fantastic. The whole time I felt this eerie feeling (in a good, book way) and I kept wanting to read. The book flows so smoothly. I like how she stuck to the socially awkward thing...

    This was a super fun, fast-paced thriller. I didn't know who to trust during the whole book which definitely came into play at the reveal. I think it surprised me a bit, but not enough to be blown away. Some of the hints were a bit too obvious for me, but I think overall this was a...

    *Utterly absorbing read; following Jess as she tries to unearth the mystery surrounding her twin sister Anna?s death is both captivating and moving. My full review is posted for my ?The Window? BLOG TOUR post here: http://kamoorephoto.booklikes.com ...

    I found The Window hard to put down. Anyone who has ever felt the connection between sisters will love this book! With powerful imagery and realistically flawed characters, the story weaves Jess's point of view with moments of Anna's. It's tragic and beautiful and dark. ...

    Yes, I'm friends with the author so maybe I'm a little biased, but this book is fantastic. It kept me guessing and I couldn't put it down. I absolutely loved it. ...

    I really enjoyed the premise of this novel but felt that the author took too long on certain elements of it that didn't really pan out. As a result, the end of the novel felt extremely rushed and I don't really feel like much was resolved. If you want a quick mystery this is one such b...

    The cover is what originally earned The Window a place on my TBR pile. Now that I've read the book, I have two things to say. First, the cover is spot on. It perfectly captures the atmosphere of the story - eerie, dark, and attention-grabing. Second and best of all, The Window posses a...

    There had been no mistake. It was true, true after all. Anna, my sister, my twin, was dead. For her entire life, Jess has counted her twin sister, Anna, as the only one who understands her. The two of them are extremely different -- Jess quiet and blunt and socially awkward, Anna f...

    Thank you to Delacorte Press #Partner For sending me a free copy in exchange of an honest review. All opinions are my own. I read the synopsis on a few months ago, and I was instantly sold, I emailed in to request it, that same day. So it was a happy day a few weeks later when it ca...

  • Kayla
    Apr 27, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

    Well now, this was a pleasant surprise! I don't think I've read too many YA mystery novels, or if I have I don't quite remember them, so this was a nice place to settle in. My first thought is that Amelia Brunskill has quite a talent for pacing, which I'll expand on in a bit. The Windo...

    After the death of her twin sister Anna, Jess vows to figure out what happened. The premises had my attention regarding the mystery, but the plot was very slow. Jess was hard to connect with. She made assumptions on a single piece of evidence and stuck with that story, blaming the belo...

    Review to come. But, my god, this book was amazing. ...

    hmmm. this definitely didn't end the way i thought it would. it was actually super convoluted and confusing. i liked it better when i thought i knew what was going on. it started off SO strong and so engaging and then devolved into an uninteresting mess, i'm sorry to say. the fi...

    I read an ARC of this book and absolutely loved it. From the first page, I was drawn into this story and had a very hard time putting it down. The narrator, Jess, is investigating the death of her twin, which she refuses to believe is as simply explained as everyone else seems to. Jess...

    I am not going to lie, whilst I had this on my TBR, it wasn't high on my radar. I haven't really seen a lot of people talking about it - so I picked this up for my kindle on a bit of a whim because of the mood I was in. I am so glad I did because this book was just amazing in SO MANY d...

    4.5 stars. This book caught my eye by the creepy cover and sucked me in with the synopsis. The writing is fantastic. The whole time I felt this eerie feeling (in a good, book way) and I kept wanting to read. The book flows so smoothly. I like how she stuck to the socially awkward thing...

  • noor
    Jun 22, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...

    this book was sad. not the tearjerking kind of sad, but more like "okay the book's over and now ive got a numb feeling". i honestly don't even know what to say about this book, except that i would recommend it if you aren't exactly looking for a happy read. ...

  • PinkAmy loves  💕 books📖, cats😻 and naps🛏
    Apr 06, 2018

    3 1/2 stars. Review to come. ...

    so sinister looking , i'm digging it. plus this book is called 'the window'. i wonder why..... ...

    I?m always interested in books about twins (since I?m one myself) and this book certainly didn?t disappoint. A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna?s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find...

    With smart, sharp prose and a dark but relatable undercurrent, this book pulls you through the labyrinth-like mystery of a teen girl's life and her tragic end. Yet it's also a poignant story of sisterhood (twinhood, specifically), young romance, and grief, and employs some drop-dead go...

    This is the first time I read and finished twin sister story. It is really fast-paced and intriting plot. I really liked the build-up until the final reveal. So, Anna is found dead one morning and everyone believes she fell down to her death by accident from her bedroom window,...

    5 stars. I'll have a review up on teenreads.com, soon, BUT HOLY MACARONI. ...

    This excellent story begins with Jess, thinking in gym class, that she is doomed to be out of fashion for her whole life and eager to tell her twin Anna about her realization. Only the counselor comes to the door, her parents are in the main office, and her sister Anna has been found d...

    Twins & mysteries will get me every time!! I had so many theories while reading this book (which is always a good sign for a mystery), and I just had to keep reading to see if any of them were right. The only thing I wanted more from were the characters-- I wished they felt just a ...

    Holy crap this was sooo freaking good! One of those books where sleep and eating become a nuisance rather than something you need to survive. Where "one more chapter" turns into 5 or 6 more chapters. It's a beautifully woven story and I look forward to seeing more from this author. ...

    Quite The Novel Idea ~ Novel Ink 3.5 stars I'm not sure what to think anymore right now. Not sure how to write this review in a coherent way. Upon finishing The Window, my mind is all over the place. My thoughts scrambled. And while I do have some things that irked me about this ...

    Introverted Jess can?t believe her more outgoing twin Anna died from a fall from her window. Soon Jess realizes and may not know her sister as well as she thought. Anna had secrets. Big ones. Secrets Jess is determined to uncover, though the more she discovers, the more she realizes ...