The Obsession
  • The Obsession
  • The Obsession
ISBN: 1728215161
EAN13: 9781728215167
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 2, 2021
Pages: 320
Dimensions: 0.9055118" H x 8.188976" L x 5.511811" W
Weight: 0.7054792 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

A fast-paced teen revenge-thriller from the author of Dial A for Aunties, The Obsession will keep readers on the edge of their seats until the very end.

Boy Meets Girl. Boy Stalks Girl. Girl Gets Revenge.

Logan thinks he and Delilah are meant to be.

Delilah doesn't know who Logan is.

Logan believes no one knows Delilah like him. He makes sure of it by learning everything he can by watching her through a hidden camera. Some might call him a stalker. Logan prefers to be called romantic.

Delilah is keeping secrets though, deadly ones. There's so much more to her than meets the eye.

Logan is determined to make Delilah the heroine in his twisted fantasy and he'll do anything to get what he wants.

Delilah is done with the men in her life controlling her. If Logan won't let her go.she'll make him.

Sutanto has crafted a page-turning work of suspense that questions the line between romantic 'research' and stalking in the age of the internet, analyzing the roles played by abuse, misogyny, racism, and violence in contemporary relationships.--Booklist

Set against a Northern California private school backdrop, the sensational plot is riddled with twists that come at a furious pace.A suspenseful page-turner.--Kirkus Reviews

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   Fast-Paced YA Suspense
This one is told from POV, and I love getting into character with both. As for Dee, I actually felt some sympathy for him because he begins as a morally ambiguous character, and honestly, due to Logan's instability, I felt some relief. This novel is dark and neither of the main characters is 100% or good, so if a lack of wholesome goodness will bother you, this is not the novel for you. Physical and emotional abuse, blackmail, suicide, grief, stalking, drug use, and even murder are some of the charges.
   The Obsession
I had a lot of fun with this book, Powell said. It's just that the Beatles were a bit like You, but only a bit. It would probably scratch your itch if you have one. If you have never read it, you are in for a treat. He is very smart, charming, rich and of course he has a very good eye for fashion. Delilah is the target of his obsession, but she's no longer his. The story moves fast, and I enjoyed the characters, too. I really liked the private school setting, Taylor said. Yes, I was OK with the ending. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys good writing.
   Despicable Characters => Instant Refund
There were some 666 pages in this book, filled with despicable characters. The delusional high school student used black mail to force Delilah, a minor, to be his "girlfriend." His first girlfriend ended up dead and he was left with a broken heart. The two are being terrorized by her mother's abusive boyfriend. There are no heroes. They all deserve each other, including Delilah, who despite being a submissive mouse, sees herself as a cold-blooded apex predator. A great aspiration, Byrne said. Most female characters I would cheer for would be Joan Snow's, but not this woman. Refund Policy: Call (800) 924-2027 for assistance in returning the item.
   The Obsession Review
It reminded me of a young adult version of "You" with a twist. It was the first time I'd read a book by this author. The story is quick and the pacing is steady, making it an enjoyable read. After a while, it got annoying, so I will say that Logan had a lot of internal dialogue and after a while it was mostly good. He just went on and on and on, and I felt like it didn't add to the story, Ms. Caramore said. I've seen a lot of mixed opinions about Delilah, but I liked her character a lot. I'm not sure what that means about me, Mr. Rule told the judge. I would have loved an epilogue, but I'm hearing it's supposed to be the first book in a trilogy. I'll be sure to check out the next book, too.
   Fast Paced, Excellent and Fun Read
Loved the book, Simon. I read it in one sitting, said Dr. Goin. I could not flip the pages fast enough. The plot was fast and furious, and the characters were well drawn. It's just that she felt the claustrophobia of Delilah. It was just a master class in writing, said Hughes. I'm really looking forward to many more books from one of my new favorite authors, Gillian.