Several Months have passed since Jazz helped the Lobo’s Nod police force catch the serial killer known as the Impressionist. Every day since then, Jazz has . Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Gr 9 Up-The Hat-Dog killer is on the loose in . Game by Barry Lyga, the second book in the Jasper Dent series, dives right into a mystery. An added aspect to this book, alternating Jazz’ and. Game by Barry Lyga. In the exposition, Jazz and a few friends, along with the entire police task force from Lobo’s Nod and surround areas were.

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There were also details that Jasper discovers in the crime scene pictures that are hard to believe competent NYPD investigators and FBI, even wouldn’t have deciphered themselves. You are commenting using ltga Facebook account.

Are you kidding me with that ending??? Yes she makes mistakes and yes she lands herself in danger, she does fucking dumb things at time Everyone plays, one person watches?

Jazz felt as though his own life was a minefield, one he’d lost the map for.

The additional POVs was also a nice bonus that gave a wider perspective into the psyche of all parties to this bagry that is Jasper Dent’s life.

This series is too good. The reader will inevitably NEED to read the last book in the series. You just know sayin’ it gets you what you want. He asks Sam and she’s terrified because he’s got a gun wow. Welcome the Big Apple, its cops, its gxme alleyways, its propensity to hide everybody in the shadows of anonymity – “See this thing I drink from? I am absolutely in love with Howie. They’re just such well drawn out characters.


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However, this kept the books super interesting. He isn’t just the manipulative, smart kid who has the advantage of being able to understand the mind of a serial killer. The end will baryr let you down. Game baery Barry Lyga Buddy Read!

I love it when murder mysteries switch to this perspective because it adds an extra amount of intensity and creepiness. I don’t know tame Connie put up with Jazz, all he did was whine and moan. Esta secuela es un poco mas larga que el primer libro pero no lo dirias por la rapidez con la que yo la devore, literalmente pase cada minuto que tenia libre de los ultimos dias leyendo esta novela, me era imposible parar.

Oct 13, Harlee rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jazz wouldn’t be Jazz without his snarky, asshole-ish attitude I’ve come to love so deeply, and I don’t think I’d enjoy J He wondered: Imagine literally the worst case scenario I found gamd all fascinating but, if I’m honest, by the end I was starting to get just a little sick of Jazz and his demons.

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The telling was tactless and amateurish. It’s cool to have a hemophiliac character in a book. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I mean, did you see that cliffhanger?! Terrifying, creepy, strange, mysterious, captivating, compelling, and about a million other adjectives I could name, all packed into a story that was not only riveting but so good that I had a hard time putting down and had lygga stay up until the wee hours of the morning reading until I got to the very last page.


I’m still reeling after finishing last night.

BOOK REVIEW: Game – by Barry Lyga

For some reason or another I found it hard to believe that Billy Dent was meant to be the most notorious killer that ever was. And at the same time, I don’t want to say goodbye yet. He was, like, 99 percent sure he was really sorry. That would be amazing. Terrifying, creepy, strange, mysterious, captivating, compelling, and abou If I thought the first book in this series was something special, something dark, and twisted, and yet oh so addicting, it didn’t prepare me for what this installment held.

This book does in fact bring up its game when it comes to gory details.

While I did predict pieces of it, I was blind to the way it all fit together until it was revealed. And I thought, hmm, okay, I guess we’ll see then. Sep 23, Crystal rated it liked it.

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They are all funny, which makes them likeable, which makes me care, which means I know without a doubt I will be picking up the next book as soon as it’s available. Growing up with his Dear Old Dad being an infamous serial killer definitely left its mark… But I love how determined he is to fight his destiny and hunt down both his dad and the newest serial killer in town. Trust me when I tell you that Billy Dent never had a moment’s doubt in his life about what he was and what he was doing.