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Little Creeping Things ❰Epub❯ ❤ Little Creeping Things Author Chelsea Ichaso – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk When she was a child, Cassidy Pratt accidentally started a fire that killed her neighbor At least, that s what she s been told She can t remember anything from that day, and her town s bullies, partic When she was a child, Cassidy Pratt accidentally started a fire that killed her neighbor At least, that s what she s been told She can t remember anything from that day, and her town s bullies, particularly the cruel and beautiful Melody Davenport, have never let her live it downBut then Melody goes missing, and Cassidy thinks she may have information She knows she should go to the cops, but she recently joked about Little Creeping PDF/EPUB ² how much she d like to get rid of Melody She even planned out the perfect way to do it And then she gets a chilling text from an unknown number I m so glad we re in this togetherNow it s up to Cassidy to figure out what really happened before the truth behind Melody s disappearance sets the whole town ablaze.

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  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Little Creeping Things
  • Chelsea Ichaso
  • English
  • 08 January 2019
  • 1728210526

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  1. Nilufer Ozmekik Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    OMG Look at the disturbing cover with that terrifying doll Some people scare of clowns and I really irritate to look at porcelain dolls Of course Annabelle series didn t help me to form a lovely relationship with them So this haunted cover intrigued me even though a few last YA thrillers I ve read a little disappointed me And here is the interesting thing Normally I start reading a thriller with promising beginning but at the end I lose my interest and if I don t like it outcome, it turn OMG Look at the disturbing cover with that terrifying doll Some people scare of clowns and I really irritate to look at porcelain dolls Of course Annabelle series didn t help me to form a lovely relationship with them So this haunted cover intrigued me even though a few last YA thrillers I ve read a little disappointed me And here is the interesting thing Normally I start reading a thriller with promising beginning but at the end I lose my interest and if I don t like it outcome, it turns into a Switzerland let s meet in the middle three stars reading But this book really surprised me It hooked me at the beginning but I started to lose my interest in the middle and I started to think it turned into angsty teen romance our heroine is in love with her childhood sweetheart but he starts rejecting her and dating with someone s else and our heroine starts dating with his tutor blabla and I thought the ending was so predictable but I couldn t be so wrong with a surprising twist the author successfully pulled out the rug from under my feet and I sat on my ass with a dazzled look on my face Wow I didn t see it coming That was great So promising 3 starred reading turned into 4 starred, surprising, psychological, fast paced one sit reading Well done and well played Without giving any crucial spoiler, I ll talk about the characters and the plot The story starts at the volleyball match her teammates shouts at Cassidy a.k.a firegirl because when she was only 6, she got involved in fire accident which resulted with death of her friend, also her evil nemesis Melody Davenport s cousin to concentrate on the game But Cassidy starts to see hallucinations that one of her teammates on fire And she has a panic attack, leaving the school with her longtime best friend and crush Gideon They re besties since they were 10 and shared a special kiss but then Gideon acted like nothing happened and Cassidy was too proud not to come clean about her feelings Her parents already treat her with kid gloves because of her traumatic incident when she was kid After the fire she got involved, she spent her time at the hospital, forgetting everything about that haunted day Especially her brother Asher, who saved her from the fire is over protective, watching her every move But Cassidy still tries to adapt in school life, bullied by Melody Davenport who still calls her fire girl , has no intention to make her forget about the past Cassidy still questions herself if she has started the fire intentionally Could she be a cold blooded killer She and Gideon meets at the woods at their Hobbit nest they ve build when they were little They hear Melody s branded laugh, talking with somebody At the same time, Gideon leaves Cassidy alone for getting phone reception and Cassidy resumes listening Melody from her hiding place she doesn t leave because she doesn t want to face her nemesis but when Melody s laughter turns into cry for help, she gets panic she has to do something but when she gets out, Melody is nowhere to be seen She realizes that she has written a murder plan for Melody as a prank a few days earlier on her notebook and shares this with Asher s best friend Brandon Could Brandon conduct this murder plan literally Because after Melody s suspicious disappearance she gets a text message from unknown number tells her he is great to be in this together What the hell Who is this Did someone really kill Melody And where is her notebook Did someone try to pin her on the murder Keep reading my friends, especially for the eerie, nail biter, smart final twist I was entertaining, fast, action packed, debut YA thriller and so much better than my last reads I m looking forward to read Chelsea Ichaso s upcoming works Special thanks to NetGalley and Sourcebooks Fire for sharing this enjoyable ARC in exchange my honest review

  2. Debra Debra says:

    This YA is a solid thriller that has a couple of twists and turns along the way It has a little bit of everything you see in a YA book teen angst, teen romance, mystery, a secret spot in the woods, bullies, small town setting, etc.Cassidy Pratt was told that when she was a child, she started a fire that killed her neighbor She has no memories for that day but her town especially the town bullies remembers When one of her biggest tormentors, Melody goes missing, Cassidy believes she has som This YA is a solid thriller that has a couple of twists and turns along the way It has a little bit of everything you see in a YA book teen angst, teen romance, mystery, a secret spot in the woods, bullies, small town setting, etc.Cassidy Pratt was told that when she was a child, she started a fire that killed her neighbor She has no memories for that day but her town especially the town bullies remembers When one of her biggest tormentors, Melody goes missing, Cassidy believes she has some information She heard Melody before she went missing but is fearful because she planned how to get rid of Melody Then she gets a text which reads I m so glad we re in this together.What happened to Melody Who is to blame Is someone setting Cassidy up Did Cassidy really want to get rid of Melody or was her plan just for fun Who knows about Cassidy s plan Is Cassidy an unreliable character Will the truth only addsticks to the fire I found this book to be a solid 3 star read The beginning and end were strong The middle lagged a little for me Overall, an enjoyable YA book I had an inkling who the culprit would bewill you Thank you to Sourcebooks Fire and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review All the thoughts and opinions are my own

  3. Carrie Carrie says:

    Little Creeping Things by Chelsea Ichaso is a young adult thriller with an unreliable narrator This one would be for the fans of did she or didn t she or one in which you just don t know who to trust.Cassidy Pratt is now a teenager but when she was little she had been saved from a fire that she herself had started That moment in Cassidy s life was forever marked in tragedy as another child died which in turn has made Cassidy an outcast among her peers.One of the popular girls that constantly t Little Creeping Things by Chelsea Ichaso is a young adult thriller with an unreliable narrator This one would be for the fans of did she or didn t she or one in which you just don t know who to trust.Cassidy Pratt is now a teenager but when she was little she had been saved from a fire that she herself had started That moment in Cassidy s life was forever marked in tragedy as another child died which in turn has made Cassidy an outcast among her peers.One of the popular girls that constantly teases Cassidy is Melody Davenport One day while Cassidy is in her favorite hiding spot she overhears what she believes is someone murdering Melody but Cassidy can t go to the police since what she heard sounds exactly like her own ideas for a perfect murder of her mean girl nemesis.Little Creeping Things not only has an unreliable narrator but one that is still struggling to overcome her past which adds to the tension The tone is rather eerie as the book gets going but I would warn it can be a little teen angsty towards the middle with some romance drama thrown in However I still enjoyed the story and thought the ending was solid to go well with the tense beginning.I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.Forreviews please visit

  4. —ReadAlongWithSue— —ReadAlongWithSue— says:

    A good healthy 3 from me.Creepy enough to keep my interest, although it s a YA book and I m cough cough a lot older A lot of YA thrillers have been pretty mediocre lately for me, and although this slightly lagged in the middle it was a string start and very good climax.The characters were relatable, old and young could experience any of what goes on That cover That cover though Freaked me out

  5. C.G. Drews C.G. Drews says:

    In a word, this wasaddictive I flew through it and kind of didn t realise I d read for an hour and half the book was gone already The writing is easy to be absorbed in and it felt easy to fall into rhythm with Cassidy Pratt s voice I m a big contemporary lover and it had a lot of normal contemporary aspects highschool cute best friend crushes sibling relationships let s get milkshakes and plan murder okay maybe not the last one but still Plus it, of course, had a murder mystery t In a word, this wasaddictive I flew through it and kind of didn t realise I d read for an hour and half the book was gone already The writing is easy to be absorbed in and it felt easy to fall into rhythm with Cassidy Pratt s voice I m a big contemporary lover and it had a lot of normal contemporary aspects highschool cute best friend crushes sibling relationships let s get milkshakes and plan murder okay maybe not the last one but still Plus it, of course, had a murder mystery that Cassidy feels compelled to play detective for Why Because 1 she might have heard the victim s last moments and been too afraid to speak out.And 2 she might have accidentally planned the murder.Thrilling And ChillingThe mystery had so many red herrings and left a complicated knot of clues to untangled The suspect options were kind of slim though, so I admit I guessed right a few chapters in But then I had to get to the end and see if I was right, so I don t think the predictability lessened the enjoyment Cassidy losing her mind and freaking out as the mystery and clues got worse, the threats started, and her own flashbacks from her traumatic past messed with her, all made the story super compelling.Little Bit o Romance TooLike, okay, but I am a sucker for best friends to lovers romance and ahhh I really didn t know if this would work out Gideon has always been there for Cas, but then she starts lying and he can t take it He is the softest and I really adored him.There s also unlikely friendships, Cas has a close relationship with her older brother Asher, and there s a few maybe crushes who turn out to be maybe villains Small Town DramaIt has the small town setting with slack cops Forests and gossipy highschools Tight knit communities and whispering and pointed fingers I really love this kind of setting Is Little Creeping Things a little creepy yessss I do recommend this one It s also a good gateway book if you haven t read many YA thrillers, because it s intense but it also has everyday quiet moments and great friendships

  6. Cortney LaScola - The Bookworm Myrtle Beach Cortney LaScola - The Bookworm Myrtle Beach says:

    The synopsis and that cover made this book sound so cool unfortunately, it was pretty mediocre I didn t particularly like or care about any of the characters I feel like too much of the book was about how angsty the main character was, as opposed to actually building the suspense and both mysteries It all just fell flat for me.

  7. Ari Ari says:

    Blog Instagram Twitter Thank you NetGalley and Sourcebooks Fire for this ARC All thoughts and opinions are mine.This novel has a solid premise It might have been meant to be full of twists and turns, a heaping amount of mounting evidence, and a few leads to whoever might have been responsible for Melody s disappearance The reality, however, is most of a novel full of teenage angst and a lead that spends most of her time either blaming herself for this disappearance, stressing over the loss Blog Instagram Twitter Thank you NetGalley and Sourcebooks Fire for this ARC All thoughts and opinions are mine.This novel has a solid premise It might have been meant to be full of twists and turns, a heaping amount of mounting evidence, and a few leads to whoever might have been responsible for Melody s disappearance The reality, however, is most of a novel full of teenage angst and a lead that spends most of her time either blaming herself for this disappearance, stressing over the loss of a friend who she is so obviously actually in love with, and not a lot of sleuthing happening save for a few random bursts here and there.Cass is not the most likable of leads She s rather unpleasant, actually She s selfish she might berate herself with guilt after the fact, but she s very much okay with pushing others down a few pegs and she impulsively jumps to conclusions that are incredibly detrimental to other people She spends most of the novel rushing from one suspect to the other, while dragging poor Gideon around best friend sidekick and the only good person in this story aside from poor Emily, sister to one of the wrongfully accused people until the guy appropriately tired of her antics And you would think that someone who gets bullied which only adds another ingredient to the angsty feel of this tale would attempt to rise above doing it to others, but rather deplorably, she instead turns around and does the same thing to someone else.After Cass has gone around to blaming Brandon, her brother Asher s friend, for Melody s fatality, she sets her eyes on Seth Seth, the loner that everyone thinks is a stalker of girls after a rumor was started by Cassidy So it baffles me that Cass then goes after Seth as the culprit in this story because he s creepy and a stalker and therefore, so very obviously, the bad guy even though she herself was the one who started this rumor The reasoning to this path that the novel takes and sticks to for quite a while makes no sense to me And just before we find out who the actual criminal is, Cass, of course, goes on and hysterically accuses yet another person due to the gut instinct that has been leading her so clearly up to this point.I wasn t expecting the big reveal, which was at least one good thing to this book, even if I found the reasoning for bad guy to do what he did very weak albeit psychotic, so at least he fits the bill But after the insufferable long time that it took for this to build, while having to read through pages upon pages of Cassidy s anxiety and teenage moping because she was losing her Giddy and fairly so, mind you, since she has no backbone and fed into her fear rather than attempt to do the right thing the mystery was completely lost for me in this one

  8. Lisa Lisa says:

    My thanks to Sourcebooks, the author Chelsea Ichaso, and Netgalley.This isn t my usual kind of book I kind of had a clue from the beginning about what was up Still, I really liked this book A lot, really The fire girl was my type of gal..at that age I also had a best friend named David, and he loved me no matter what This book was also a palate cleanser for me I have found that I am in love with YA books This was a good one I don t read crap At least my definition of crap This is a go My thanks to Sourcebooks, the author Chelsea Ichaso, and Netgalley.This isn t my usual kind of book I kind of had a clue from the beginning about what was up Still, I really liked this book A lot, really The fire girl was my type of gal..at that age I also had a best friend named David, and he loved me no matter what This book was also a palate cleanser for me I have found that I am in love with YA books This was a good one I don t read crap At least my definition of crap This is a good and decent story I found I was a bit anxious about the 2 main characters I refuse to say , because I caught on quickly Other s may or not It s still a good book

  9. Dianne Dianne says:

    My rating 3.5 StarsThanks to a deadly accident when she was just a child, the town bully never let her forget the nightmare she survived, never failed to let her know she was blamed, but when Melody went missing, Cassidy knew she could help find her The only problem, she also had joked about the perfect way to get rid of Melody, herself and someone may have acted on it.LITTLE CREEPING THINGS by Chelsea Ichaso has a heroine who isn t easily likable, doesn t seem to want to make real friends and My rating 3.5 StarsThanks to a deadly accident when she was just a child, the town bully never let her forget the nightmare she survived, never failed to let her know she was blamed, but when Melody went missing, Cassidy knew she could help find her The only problem, she also had joked about the perfect way to get rid of Melody, herself and someone may have acted on it.LITTLE CREEPING THINGS by Chelsea Ichaso has a heroine who isn t easily likable, doesn t seem to want to make real friends and lives in her own dark world Written for teen readers, who may understand the politics of school hierarchy, whether they tolerate it or not, there is lots of angst and darkness without that sense of fresh in the story line or a tremendous amount of depth in the characters One HUGE thing Chelsea Ichaso did get very right was the turmoil Hang on for some great twists that readers will never see coming Geared for teens.I received a complimentary ARC edition from Sourcebooks Fire This is my honest and voluntary review.Publisher Sourcebooks Fire June 2, 2020 Publication Date June 2, 2020Genre YA SuspensePrint Length 336 pagesAvailable fromBarnes NobleFor Reviews, Giveaways, Fabulous Book News, follow

  10. Dana Mele Dana Mele says:

    Apparently I never updated my review, but my opinion is above Breakneck pace, twists around every corner, and a delightfully unreliable narrator who I rooted for from the first sentence Enjoyed this one so much, and I ve read it several times now Really a treat for thriller lovers This is a fabulous debut, not to be missed.

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