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Nothing Can Hurt You Free download Ê 0 ↠ On a cold day in 1997 student Sara Morgan was killed in the woods surrounding her liberal arts college in upstate New York Her boyfriend Blake Campbell confessed his plea of temporary insanity raising uestions than it answeredIn the wake of his acuittal the case comes to haunt a strange and surprisingN who discovers Sara’s body to the junior reporter who senses its connection to convicted local serial killer John Logan Others are looking for retribution or explanation Sara’s half sister stifled by her family’s bereft silence about Blake poses as a babysitter and seeks out her own form of justice while the teenager Sara used to babysit star. This novel centres around the murder of Sara Morgan in 1997 by her boyfriend Blake Campbell during a schizophrenic episode Although Blake is charged with her murder he is found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity This book takes a different path from most books that surround a murder as it looks at a number of different characters affected to a greater or lesser degree Thus it’s hard to categorise as it’s atypical and is of a social commentary on the ripple effects of a terrible event rather than a thriller or crime novel which makes it very interesting However there are multiple points of view and it jumps from character to character so jotting down who is who is very helpful I hasten to add that is not a negative comment as I think this is a clever book It’s character driven and peers into the heart and soul of a crime I really like how Sara is portrayed as a person rather than a victim and we really get to ‘see’ her We can understand how a murder impacts on family members and friends who continue to ‘see’ her everywhere and she remains an constant in their lives Taking this direction and slant allows us to see how lives are blighted and change irrevocably This is a well written book and has a good pace Overall this is a fascinating theme and a good read and it’s worth sticking with the multiple perspectives as it’s very illuminating With thanks to NetGalley and Bloomsbury Press for the ARC

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On a cold day in 1997 student Sara Morgan was killed in the woods surrounding her liberal arts college in upstate New York Her boyfriend Blake Campbell confessed his plea of temporary insanity raising uestions than it answeredIn the wake of his acuittal the case comes to haunt a strange and surprising network of community members from the young woma. A very different kind of read There are murders one a serial killer who has had many victims the other a young woman killed by her boyfriend One is jailed and one set free after a short stint in a mental institution So these murders are at the center of the story but outside the center life carries on in one way or another Many tell their stories people who are affected by the violence family members friends etc The murders are ever present but the focus is on what happens afterA large challenge for a debut novel and the crime novel presented in an original manner How the victims names are hardly remembered but the killers seldom forgotten So very true in most cases Makes for very interesting reading and I was drawn into this Sometimes I couldn't uite figure where it was going but by books end I thought how amazingly clever After one finishes reading and puts it all together it becomes apparent that not only hs the author succeeded in her endeavor but that she has written something that is totally new and originalARC by Netgalley

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Nothing Can Hurt YouTs writing to Logan in prisonA propulsive taut tale of voyeurism and obsession Nothing Can Hurt You dares to examine gendered violence not as an anomaly but as the very core of everyday life Tracing the concentric circles of violence rippling out from Sara’s murder Nicola Maye Goldberg masterfully conducts an unforgettable chorus of disparate voic. My interest was piued in this title because it was true crime a genre which I enjoy reading This however is fiction It states right in the beginning Any resemblance to actual persons living or dead or actual events is purely coincidentalRegardless this kept my attention from start to finish The murder of a college student by her boyfriend made headlines when he was found not guilty by reason of insanity Like ripples in the water after a stone hits the surface the loss is far reaching The author weaves the stories of all those impacted and the relation to Sarah the deceased The cast of characters is many and I found myself going back several times to remind myself of the connection some characters had But overall this was a good fast paced readThanks to NetGalley and the publisher Bloomsbury