Dead Time: The Murder Notebooks

Dead Time The Murder Notebooks Rose and Joshua first met when Joshua and his dad came to live with Rose and her mum Then their world turns upside down when their mother and father go out for dinner one evening and never return With

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Rose and Joshua first met when Joshua and his dad came to live with Rose and her mum Then their world turns upside down when their mother and father go out for dinner one evening and never return With police inquiries going nowhere, Rose is dispatched to live with her chilly, unfriendly grandmother and Joshua is sent to live with his uncle Then Joshua comes to London toRose and Joshua first met when Joshua and his dad came to live with Rose and her mum Then their world turns upside down when their mother and father go out for dinner one evening and never return With police inquiries going nowhere, Rose is dispatched to live with her chilly, unfriendly grandmother and Joshua is sent to live with his uncle Then Joshua comes to London to study and Rose is witness to not one, but two murders Why is this happening to Rose Can it be anything to do with the investigations Joshua has been doing into the disappearance of their parents A taut and pacy thriller that is the start of a stylish new series from an acclaimed writer for teens.
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  • Katy says:

    I don't get it. I just spent the last couple of hours reading this book, and by the end, i don't feel like I got anywhere. I didn't get any further with the mystery behind Rose's mom and Joshua's dad, and I didn't get any further with Rose and Joshua. And the police will probably never get any further with Henry's murder. At least the other murder was solved.I wasn't particularly crazy about the characters in this book. I couldn't sympathize with Rose at all. She purposely made herself a recluse [...]

  • Jennifer says:

    Loved this book! I seriously could not put it down! It was so thrilling and it had so many twists too it, it was like nothing I have read before.I'm usually the type of girl to go for a romance book with a lot of lovey dovey stuff, so I thought I wouldn't like this book. I was so wrong!This book taught me that I can actually read a book without all the "romance this, romance that" stuff in it. Even though it did have hints to there being a romance (god, how many times have I used the word 'roman [...]

  • ForeverAnAuthor says:

    Well, I recently got a load of books from my cousin (currently halfway through university) who was just cleaning out his teen books. Apparently he's not interested in them anymore. Anyways, because of that, I got lots of books in well, unusual genres (for me).Truth be told, I have never read a true mystery novel. I'm easily scared by even the NOTION of creepiness (ugh in the dark a bolster could be a corpse and you seriously don't want to know what a closet could contain), and I've steered reall [...]

  • Jennifer says:

    I received an E-ARC of this via Netgalley. It sounded really interesting, so I picked it up to read. I get about 1/3 of the way through and have ZERO idea what the main plot line is. Oh, this person gets murdered, oh, my parents are missing, oh, he is my kind of step-brother who I haven't seen in 5 years, oh, this is my grandmother who I never knew. Please tell me where this story goes.Maybe I would have finished it, if that were the only problem. But the writing is just poor. The dialogue betwe [...]

  • Kribu says:

    Actual rating: more like 2.5 stars. In other words, the sort of book that I never, at any point, thought particularly good, but it was readable, enough so that I finished it in a day and a half which is - considering how much effort reading books has been for me this year - pretty good evidence for me obviously caring enough to want to know what would happen next.That said the writing felt rather pedestrian (not that I want high-flying literary language, but it felt rather too simplistic, I sup [...]

  • Katie Ellis says:

    So I saw this book in Waterstones and thought it sounded pretty good. I found it in the library a few days later and decided to give it a go. The book was slow going at first. I found the writing to be a little flat. With that in mind I still found that I wanted to read on. Towards the middle it started to get more interesting. I was intrigued as to who the murderer was but was not expecting the answer to come so late in the book. It seemed like they were taking forever to get to the point.The s [...]

  • Kathryn says:

    I got so bored reading this. It took a good 150 pages for anything actually happen. I didn't like the characters either. It was just such a let down, especially when I liked other books by this author.

  • 15CatterfeldD says:

    I really liked this book. I accidentally read its sequel, Killing Rachel, so had to come back to read this one and was not disappointed. Really enjoyed the whole book and it was exciting and thrilling the whole way through. I look forward to reading its sequels and seeing what happens next. Make sure you get more than one at once because you want to read the next one right after!

  • Michelle says:

    Anne Cassidy's Dead Time has been an odd sort of beast for me to review. I had a lot of different problems with it -- a few were a matter of taste, some are writing-style, others are problems with plotffice it to say they are many and varied. However, I read it ages ago and still occasionally think about the mystery and what is going to come next. Obviously, it wasn't all bad. Since I've been struggled for so long with this review, I'm going to do it in lists:The Bad:- I get that the book is wri [...]

  • Shelleyrae at Book'd Out says:

    Book One of a new young adult mystery series, Dead Time is set in London featuring common law step siblings Rose and Joshua. Five years ago, Rose's mother and Josh's went out to dinner and never returned. Separated, Rose and Joshua have had little contact in that time but now Josh is in London attending university where Rose lives with her grandmother and attends college but renewing their relationship is proving complicated. While Rose accepted the official explanation for her mothers death, Jo [...]

  • Amber at Fall Into Books says:

    This book was another Mara Dyer for me. I read the whole thing, and at the end, I didn't feel like a single question had been answered. I know this is the start of a series, but when authors do this, it makes me not want to continue a series. The main plot didn't seem to advance at all. I felt like I ran in a giant circle for a few hours. Not fun. At least answer the major question posed by the book, you know? It's frustrating, and it turns readers off. It turned this reader off, anyway. Also, t [...]

  • Kim says:

    I was really excited to read this book. I thought it was going to be fantastic. Disappearing parents and a couple of murders thrown on the side. But the blurb on the back of my book described a story that NEVER happened. I was told notebooks were going to be found that might point to Rose and Joshua (step-siblings desperate to find their missing parents) stumbling on a secret disappearance that could put their lives in danger. Well, the only danger I saw to their lives was that Rose was an idiot [...]

  • Suspense Magazine says:

    “Dead Time” is the first of the Murder Notebook series by Anne Cassidy. Cassidy has penned over thirty books during her career and her latest series follows two teenagers, Rose Smith and Joshua Johnson.Twelve-year-old Rose’s mother and fourteen-year-old Joshua’s father live together happily until one night the kids’ parents go out to dinner and never come back. Nothing is heard of them again and the two are sent to live with different relatives. Five years later, Rose and Joshua are du [...]

  • ~+-+Vanora+-+~ says:

    Score: 3/5 starsMum picked this book off the new arrival shelves in the public library and I finally got around to read it today.Premise is interesting but writing was a bit flat. With such a premise, by right, I should be kept right on the edge of the seat, wanting to know what will happen next but I didn't feel the strong urge to do so as I do for some other books.That being said, it was still interesting enough for me to keep reading. Clearly first book of The Murder Notebooks series, this bo [...]

  • Emma says:

    Review by MadisonRose is a witness to a brutal attack on one of her classmates and is unwillingly dragged into the whole messy business. the attack coincides with a visit from Joshua who Rose hadn't seen for 5 years. The 5 years since their parents went missing. Rose finds herself wondering if the recent events are some how connected to Joshua's investigation into the disappearance of their parents. When Rose is witness to another attack; she quickly realises that she has to take action to end i [...]

  • Ally says:

    As a librarian, the most-requested genre in my young adult collection is mystery. My patrons love it and can't get enough. So I jumped at the chance to read this one. Set in modern London, Rose's mother and stepfather disappeared without a trace five years ago. She hasn't been quite the same since, and she hasn't seen her beloved stepbrother Joshua in all of that time, either. Finally, finally, they're going to reunite, and maybe make some sense of what happened to their parents. But before that [...]

  • Laura says:

    This is the 1st book in The Murder Notebooks series. I can't say that I enjoyed it all that much, but the plot was very compelling.The main character, Rose, is sent to live with her grandmother after her mother and her mom's boyfriend disappear after a dinner date. She still feels a powerful attraction to her almost-stepbrother Josh and makes efforts to connect with him again now that she's 17 and back from the boarding school her grandmother sent her to after the event. Rose is an impulsive cha [...]

  • Abigail says:

    Dead time is a great, but sad book. It follows a girl, Rose, who has gone through more in her 17 years, than most people have to go through in their lifetime. When Rose was 12 her mum, Kathy and Joshua's dad, Brendan, went out for dinner; they didn't return. Joshua, Brendan, Rose and Kathy had been living together before the incident, but with losing their parents Joshua and Rose lost each other too, that is until 5 years later. Joshua and Rose had been emailing each other for 6 months before th [...]

  • Lisa Regan says:

    I confess, I haven't finished this book at all. It was just too awful. The writing was so poor: facts don't add up, characters don't make sense or act anywhere near realistically, and the overall writing style is abysmal. I usually plough through and speed read so I at least know what happened but I couldn't even bear to do that. What I find really sad is that this book might lead young adult readers to believe it's the best they can expect, or the standard that other books achieve, when it's cl [...]

  • Jessica says:

    This book was quite good and had a fairly developed mystery plot throughout. However, some parts of the story were slow and- I felt- unnecessary. Overall, the writing style had a really good flow and I did enjoy the book.

  • Sumaya Yasmin says:

    very good book, thoroughly enjoyed this as it's a mystery/crime. I would suggest this as a YA read

  • Kez Green says:

    the first in the series I really enjoyed it I will be reading all of the others as the story drew me in the characters are strong and I found I warmed to them easily.

  • Janine says:

    Plenty of twists and turns in this book. We get the introduction and Rose, Joshua and his friend Skeggsy. Excellent book.

  • Nicola says:

    I liked the story, but missed the Mom/Dad mystery going somewhere.

  • Emilia says:

    Hard to put down

  • Rose says:

    Anne Cassidy's "Dead Time" was a captivating read for me, for the most part. I have a love for mystery/suspense/thriller novels, and I don't see that many of them often in the YA genre. The story commences with a protagonist named Rose, who lives with her grandmother - five years after her mother and stepfather disappear without a trace. She has a stepbrother named Joshua, who is like her in more ways than one, but the two haven't seen each other for quite some time.The day that she's supposed t [...]

  • Yolanda Sfetsos says:

    As soon as I received a copy of this book for review, I was intrigued by the concept.Rose Smith was twelve, and Joshua Johnson was fourteen, the night their parents--Rose's mother and Joshua's father--went out to dinner and never came home. Rose was sent to her estranged grandmother in London and Joshua to his uncle in Newcastle. They haven't seen each other for five years, but for the last six months have been exchanging emails and she can't wait to see him. She still remembers the happy times [...]

  • Joe Humphreys says:

    Crime fiction for young adults is a genre that's in thankfully good health, and I've often considered the prolific (thirty novels in twenty years!) Anne Cassidy to be at the vanguard of the movement. She made a big splash with the truly outstanding Looking for JJ, and her output has been consistently good since. Dead Time is the first in a new series of books entitled, aptly enough, 'The Murder Notebooks'. It follows the fortunes of Rose and Joshua, a stepbrother and sister whose parents (Rose's [...]

  • Katie says:

    This review was originally posted on BlookGirl.-------------------------I have always been a big lover of mystery/suspense/thriller books. In fact, I devoured Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys as a kid, and before I re-discovered a love for YA, I read nothing but adult mysteries. So, my bar was set decidedly high before going into Dead Time. Unfortunately, this book failed to meet my expectations, which is a pity, because I feel like there aren't enough good modern mysteries for the YA crowd.Dead Ti [...]

  • Pam says:

    GoodReads Synopsis: When Rose was twelve, her mother and stepfather went out for dinner and never came back. Now seventeen, she lives with her grandmother and goes to school in London. She’s always wondered about her stepbrother, Joshua, whom she only lived with briefly and who was also relocated after their parents’ disappearance. When Rose and Joshua meet again, they find they have much in common, including a desire to uncover the mystery surrounding their parents’ disappearance . . . an [...]

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