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    PDF READ Spin By Lamar Giles Mr Giles’ Spin is a suck you in so fast YA suspense novel centered around teen aged rising star DJ ParSec Or maybe honestly her murderChildhood friend and confidante Kya is incredibly proud of Paris’ success Not just because of her own countless contributions in creating ParSec’s first set up Kya has always been her biggest fan staunchest supporter and most fierce defender But when one event shatters a huge part of Kya’s life and

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    PDF READ Spin By Lamar Giles Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestWow Scholastic went edgy When I was a kid I think the most controversial book I ever read from a Scholastic imprint was Louis Sachar's HOLES I'm honestly psyched about this because I've gone on rants before about how way too many young adults books try to over simplify and over sanitize their content to make it kid friendly when we live in a world that really isn't kid frie

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    review ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò Lamar Giles PDF READ Spin By Lamar Giles Lamar Giles Ò 6 Read & Download Fun fast paced gripping mystery I had an inkling about the whodunit part but there were a few other twists that I didn't see coming

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    review ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò Lamar Giles PDF READ Spin By Lamar Giles Lamar Giles Ò 6 Read & Download First if you're looking for diverse characters this is for you It's not 'diversity for diversity's sake' In other words this isn't some dude jumping on the diverse YA bandwagon He's been writing for a while The author himself is a POC and shock he understands that POC aren't all the same We have rich people poor people people who love music people who code Of all races This will appeal to any YA readerLooking

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    PDF READ Spin By Lamar Giles review ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò Lamar Giles Free read Spin By Lamar Giles This book was DOPEThe mystery was well done with enough red herrings to keep me entranced And the beautiful acknowledgment and integration of current and past hip hop was extremely on pointMy only complaint was the audiobook which would have d

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    PDF READ Spin By Lamar Giles Man this was so good I always think Giles's thrillers are good but I think this is my fave so far I just loved the voices loved the p

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    PDF READ Spin By Lamar Giles Lamar Giles Ò 6 Read & Download Free read Spin By Lamar Giles Not only does this book feature a brilliantly gripping mystery it also superbly explores the all too prevalent and dangerous issue regarding

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    Free read Spin By Lamar Giles PDF READ Spin By Lamar Giles review ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò Lamar Giles 375I wish Giles would take some thriller writing workshops from E Lockhart or Jennifer Lynn Barnes because this book could have been so good He

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    PDF READ Spin By Lamar Giles I've read other works by this author before in anthologies so I was excited to read a full length novel It did take me some time to get into the story but once I did I was hooked I enjoyed how in depth this book was when it came to music sha

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    PDF READ Spin By Lamar Giles review ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò Lamar Giles Free read Spin By Lamar Giles I absolutely loved this one Very Veronica Mars meets I I cannot recommend the audiobook enough the three narrators were really wonderful and had me glued to phone listening until the very end I already adore Lamar Giles and so glad th

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Free read Spin By Lamar Giles

Free read Spin By Lamar Giles Lamar Giles Ò 6 Read & Download Read & Download Spin By Lamar Giles õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Sixteen year old Paris Secord's aka DJ ParSec career and life has come to an untimely end and the local music scene is reeling No one is feeling the pain than her shunned pre fame best friend Kya and Paris's chief groupie Fuse But suspicion trumps grief and since each suspects the other of Paris's murder they're. Mr Giles Spin is a suck you in so fast YA suspense novel centered around teen aged rising star DJ ParSec Or maybe honestly her murderChildhood friend and confidante Kya is incredibly proud of Paris success Not just because of her own countless contributions in creating ParSec s first set up Kya has always been her biggest fan staunchest supporter and most fierce defender But when one event shatters a huge part of Kya s life and she desperately needs her best bud she gets the persona ParSec and a cold shoulder insteadThat isn t the only relationship crumbling for the frustrated DJ She and fan turned friend Fuse had been spatting than planning lately Creative differences nothing to do with the boy who may or may not have caused this wedge Oh and the boy well his motives have been uestionable since he s come onto the sceneFrom the outside looking in it seems that there was a riff with Paris and three of the most important people in her life But when delving deeper the reader is reminded that things are not always as they appear and sometimes the very real danger is cleverly disguisedSpin epitomizes the stories I love to share with my students Realistic relatable characters with actual issues sometimes solved by the very real strength of friendship

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Free read Spin By Lamar Giles Lamar Giles Ò 6 Read & Download Read & Download Spin By Lamar Giles õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Locked in a high stakes game of public accusations and sabotageEveryone in the ParSec Nation DJ ParSec's local media base including the killer is content to watch it play out until Kya and Fuse discover a secret Paris was on the verge of major deal that would've catapulted her to superstar status on a national. Man this was so good I always think Giles s thrillers are good but I think this is my fave so far I just loved the voices loved the pacing loved the way he incorporated the dark web fandom and standom and social justice and also made it a friendship story not to mention I thought the mystery went to a very cool place I am such a fan and this was honestly even better than I thought it d be

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Free read Spin By Lamar Giles Lamar Giles Ò 6 Read & Download Read & Download Spin By Lamar Giles õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Level leaving her old life and old friends behind With the new info comes new motives New suspects And a fandom that shows its deadly side As Kya and Fuse come closer to the twisted truth the killer's no longer amused But murdering Paris was simple enough so getting rid of her nobody friends shouldn't be an issu. 375I wish Giles would take some thriller writing workshops from E Lockhart or Jennifer Lynn Barnes because this book could have been so good He was missing some character development that would have made this book a 4 star or This book is basically a thrillerwhodunit in the musicrap world which in itself is nuanced Considering the mysterious deaths of Biggie and Tupac this setting is not out of the ordinary My issues with this book are minor but it was a lot of little things that added up The pacing was my biggest issue The first third was a set up for our two main characters and things didn t start kicking in until 35% in Kya was an interesting character and had a lot of grief that had little to no focus in the first 35% I wish Giles would have gone into her her mental state and her relationship with her mother For the first 35% the narrators were barely grieving and the investigation into Paris murder was absent from the page I watch a lot of crime TV and I know that detectives try to solve a murder within the first 48 hours but weeks had gone by with no police interaction with the characters The police eventually did come on page but it was really late Which leads me to my next issueGiles tried to do too much in the first 35% of the book which made it drag Giles tried to use Paris the murdered girl as a commentary on how the police and the media ignore the deaths of Black girls over White girls And while this is prevalent I just watched a documentary on called Unseen and you should check it out because it s fascinating it doesn t uite fit Paris case Police ignore common missing Black girls not celebrities Paris seemed to be euivalent to DJ Khaled very well known in Virginia and about to be worldwide The police wouldn t ignore a murder of a well known celebrity I think the inaction of the police in the first 35% of the book was trying to show the inaction of the real police but once again they wouldn t ignore a celebrity I wasn t buying it If that topic is so strong to Giles he should have written that book and it probably would have been good The other BIGGEST issue was the Dark Nation I understand that Giles was trying to do something different and I applaud it but that just didn t land for me too farfetched The Dark Nation was comparable to The Beehive except they were online and in person they came after you on social media AND in person WHAT They were kidnapping people and threatening physical harm because Paris case wasn t moving fast enough and they stopped because they were given unreleased music WHAT No just no The attacks on social media was realistic and okay and when they were at the concert at the end and they all came together was realistic and okay but the kidnapping was just stupidNow for the minor issues There was not enough of Paris The story began the night of her death and we meet Paris during the months before I thought Paris was an interesting character but she wasn t on the page enough She uickly began to spiral out of control during her rise in success but we didn t see the before Paris and if we had her spiral would have made a larger impact to her story I liked Paris a lot and she just didn t get enough page time I liked Paris A LOT than Bri in On the Come Up Now for the likes I liked how Giles used social media I thought Fuse s social media savviness was authentic and added to her character I liked the female friendships and I liked that THERE WAS NO ROMANCE Giles didn t create some stupid romance that would have distracted the reader from the thriller or Paris THANK YOU I liked Fuse s relationship with father and the resolution at the end The pacing on the last two thirds of the book was pretty good I read almost the whole thing I usually skip through the end of most books because I m over it I guessed who the murderer was when Giles basically wanted the reader to guess so it wasn t predictable from the beginning and it wasn t some rando character I liked how the murder was revealed and I thought it was well written Giles has a lot to say and he is a good writer His characters were pretty spot on and the whole mystery aspect was pretty good I liked the diversity of the Black characters There are poor Black people and wealthy Black people and book smart Black people and talented Black people and Black people who are raised by their grandparents and Black people who have two parents and a lot of times in books like this that is the focal point But in this book they were just Black and Hispanic teens who happened to come from different neighborhoods with different families and I appreciated that I thought the inclusion of old school rap and new school was just enough and I thought Spin was much better than On the Come Up I know they are different genres and dealt with different issues but Giles writing and execution was far better than Thomas in On the Come Up If you are a librarian I think this is a pretty good book for book club as there is a lot to discuss and it s a great book talk title

  • Hardcover
  • 400
  • Spin By Lamar Giles
  • Lamar Giles
  • en
  • 06 October 2018
  • 9781338219210