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The Tragedy Paper - Elizabeth LaBan Rating: 3.5I received an ARC of this book through netgalley.This book was good. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't great either. The Tragedy Paper has potential to be a really good story. Tim has a great voice and an interesting character, but, IMO, Duncan really brought him down.This book in many ways reminds me of Thirteen Reasons Why because the story is told by a voice of the past. The difference between the two books though is that in Thirteen Reasons Why we not only feel a relation with the voice telling the story, but also one with the character who is listening to the voice with us. The Tragedy Paper for me was really just a mediocre book, that had so much potential but was sadly lost. The book could have great, but it turned out to just be okay.------------------------------------------------------------- I was just breezing through this book. I wasn't bored, but I wasn't on the edge of my seat either. Only when I was three-fourths done with this book did things really start to pick up.I would recommend this book to people who liked [b:Thirteen Reasons Why|1217100|Thirteen Reasons Why|Jay Asher||2588213]. There are a few similarities, like for example one of the narrators is listening to an audio of the other narrator.But for me, it wasn't an exceptional read, but it wasn't a bad on either.Full review to come a week before publication of this book

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