[PDF] Take Me Apart By Sara Sligar – Submitalink.info

[PDF] Take Me Apart  By Sara Sligar – Submitalink.info A Young Archivist S Obsession With Her Subject S Mysterious Death Threatens To Destroy Her Fragile Grasp On Sanity, In A Riveting Debut Novel Of Psychological SuspenseWhen The Famed Photographer Miranda Brand Died Mysteriously At The Height Of Her Career, It Sent Shock Waves Through Callinas, California Decades Later, Old Wounds Are Reopened When Her Son, Theo, Hires Ex Journalist Kate Aitken To Create An Archive Of His Mother S WorkFrom Miranda S Vast Maze Of Personal Effects, Kate Pieces Together A Portrait Of A Vibrant Artist Buckling Under The Pressures Of Ambition, Motherhood, And Marriage As The Summer Progresses, Kate Navigates Vicious Local Rumors And Her Growing Attraction To The Enigmatic Theo, All While Unearthing The Shocking Details Of Miranda S Private Life But Kate Has Secrets Of Her Own, And When She Stumbles Across A Diary That May Finally Resolve The Mystery Of Miranda S Death, Her Curiosity Starts To Spiral Into A Dangerous ObsessionWith Breathtaking And Haunting Imagery, Take Me Apart Paints A Vivid Picture Of Two Magnetic Young Women, Separated By Years, But Bonded By Shared Struggles Sara Sligar Draws Readers Into A Web Of Secrets And Lies, Alternating Between The Present And The Past And Revealing The Truth About Miranda S Death Through The Objects She Left Behind

10 thoughts on “Take Me Apart

  1. Tammy Tammy says:

    This is a nuanced addition to the psychological thriller subgenre Don t go into it expecting a typical twisty thriller This is much of an examination of mental health of the archivist as well as the famous, deceased artist whose life she is trying to piece together from the

  2. Jessica Woodbury Jessica Woodbury says:

    3.5 stars You can read TAKE ME APART as a mystery I don t think it s the ideal reading, but you certainly can Kate has left her life as a journalist in New York after she was the victim of workplace sexual harassment She is unsteady and at sea, trying to keep her bipolar diso

  3. Diana Iozzia (Bookworm Banter) Diana Iozzia (Bookworm Banter) says:

    Take Me Apart Written by Sara SligarReviewed by Diana Iozzia Take Me Apart is an artistic and surprising thriller, which sets itself apart from others in the same genre This exciting debut by Sara Sligar opens many new possibilities for the psychological thriller genre Twistin

  4. Janet Janet says:

    Superspeed readers like me can read 150 200 pages hour, so yes, I have read the book and many today LOL I received a temporary digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley, the publisher and the author in exchange for an honest review From the publisher, as I do not

  5. Layne Layne says:

    Men aren t afraid of misinterpretation It s not dangerous to them Women, we know bad things can happen when someone misreads you So glad I got an early copy of this book, because now I have a couple months of lead time to scream about how great it is I ve been eagerly

  6. Kat Kat says:

    Thank you to Macmillan for the ARC copy of this novel.I did download a copy due to a travel issue, so thank you to NetGalley and Edelweiss as well TakeMeApartIf you like B.A Paris and Liv Constantine mystery reads then Take Me Apart will peak your interest It is an adult mystery

  7. Shannon A Shannon A says:

    What really happened to a well known photographer that was at times known to be considered crazy Was she, or was the town just making up stories Was it her dealer that caused her death so he could make money off her work, or was the husband involved The son was there but only ele

  8. Alix Alix says:

    I would describe Take Me Apart as a slow burn mystery that delves into the world of these two women It tackles topics such as mental illness, the powerlessness women feel from men, the expectations of women by society, and domestic abuse As a woman who has a mental illness, I felt

  9. Hillary Hillary says:

    My only complaint about this book is that it s the author s first and, therefore, currently only I was hoping to dive into another immediately.

  10. Sabrina Kaye Fox Sabrina Kaye Fox says:

    Take Me Apart by Sara Sligar definitely threw me for a loop For some reason I expected this novel to be one of those cliche thriller tropes that are chalk full of twists and turns just to end up with an ending so out there there s no way anyone would be able to guess it.This was not

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