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Re: The killer SPOILER

Post by NicholsC97 » 10 Apr 2019, 14:48

I'm throwing my bet on Matt. He was way too shift at the start to not be involved somehow, even if it isn't just him, he was involved somehow.

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Post by jessinikkip » 10 Apr 2019, 17:21

I think books are great that you can't see who's the bad guy before it is revealed. Both are super shady.

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Post by DottyC » 11 Apr 2019, 03:57

janinewesterweel wrote:
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I have to admit that I had a real GASP moment when it turned out to be Matt! I'm usually very quick to identify the baddies, but in this case, I was completely shocked.
I completely agree! I normally work it out pretty quickly but didn't this time so I was also shocked. I didn't have suspicions it was him but I think it was mainly because I was focussed on the espionage which I found really interesting. I'm glad I wasn't the only one!

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Post by Hiruni Bhagya 81 » 11 Apr 2019, 16:04

I thought something was off with Matt from the beginning. But, I never thought he'd be the rapist murderer. That's why I was so confused about what he said about the departure of the

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Post by Hiruni Bhagya 81 » 11 Apr 2019, 16:05

I thought something was off with Matt from the beginning. But, I never thought he'd be the rapist murderer. That's why I was so confused about what he said about the sudden departure of Farida.

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Post by janinewesterweel » 15 Apr 2019, 01:44

Crazyreader01 wrote:
17 Mar 2019, 09:58
I've never really thought to predict the events of a story. Sure some characters give off certain vibes that you just know that they'll be the villain or whatever, but I usually tend to just go along with the story and not try to think about what might happen. Maybe that's why I always get really annoyed with authors when they kill off a character or a character that I really liked turns out to be the evil one. Maybe I should start trying to predict what will happen.
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Post by janinewesterweel » 15 Apr 2019, 01:49

DottyC wrote:
11 Apr 2019, 03:57
janinewesterweel wrote:
07 Feb 2019, 04:56
I have to admit that I had a real GASP moment when it turned out to be Matt! I'm usually very quick to identify the baddies, but in this case, I was completely shocked.
I completely agree! I normally work it out pretty quickly but didn't this time so I was also shocked. I didn't have suspicions it was him but I think it was mainly because I was focussed on the espionage which I found really interesting. I'm glad I wasn't the only one!
Haha...and ditto! I think that was it - he was so much a part of the interesting espionage that we were completely sidetracked and didn't see the subplot coming at all!
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