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This title will be released on September 6, View all 20 comments. The Perfect Girl was an interesting read 3.

The story in itself was sad, more than I expected. Unfortunately, I didn't feel close to the characters, but the author still managed to make me feel strong emotions, particularly about the tragic accident involving Zoe.

I can't bare to imagine what it could be like to live something that horrible I enjoyed reading it: the writing was nice and I liked the different narrators and short chapters.

It was my fir The Perfect Girl was an interesting read 3. View 2 comments. Dec 29, Marialyce rated it really liked it Shelves: traveling-sisters.

Her life was going to be perfect, all planned out for her, but then fate stepped in and all that changed in the blink of an eye.

Meet Maria, Zoe's mom determined to carve out a life for Zoe, after Zoe's dad leaves them bereft. Maria moves them, af 3. Maria moves them, after Zoe spends some time in a jail like facility, to a new town trying to escape the past and give Zoe that chance once again to be perfect.

Maria has remarried a man named Chris who also has a seventeen year old son who plays piano. They also have a new baby and life seems to be back on its road to perfection.

Then on the night of a concert all that was once hidden rears its ugly head and by evenings end, Maria is dead. This was a well done psychological thriller that had me guessing who was the one who murdered Maria.

Could history have repeated itself and could Zoe have been the perpetrator? Or maybe, it was Chris who only learned of Zoe's past on the night of the concert.

Perhaps it was Zoe's stepbrother who seems to have developed feelings for Zoe. Suffice to say, that this perfect family was surely not perfect at all.

Thank you to my dear Traveling Sisters who read this book with me. It is always such a pleasure to share our thoughts and ideas with one another.

View all 22 comments. This one centres around Zoe, a teenage piano prodigy, a victim of bullying at her expensive private school - and also a convicted killer.

We are told early on that her mother Maria, is killed on the evening after a piano recital gone wrong. There's a lot of crap going on in the background.

Blended families, affairs, secrets and lies. For me, this book had a distinct YA feel. Not only because the main character is a teenager, but also the simplicity of it 2.

Not only because the main character is a teenager, but also the simplicity of it all. I felt the author's hand, I foresaw much of what was going to happen.

I also knew that Lucas was trying to tell Zoe and her mother that his dad was a dangerous a-hole through his cryptic screenplay that was frustratingly slow to download due to internet connections, thus was read in three separate parts.

The cause and cure of his alcoholism is so simple? He wanted to be a dad? Also, Jason, Zoe's counsellor while she was incarcerated, who gives her so much advice which she remembers word for word throughout the book, turns out to be a pervert at the end.

Dec 27, Susanne Strong rated it really liked it Shelves: traveling-sister-read. Zoe Maisey and her mother have built a new life for themselves.

Everything changed within the blink of an eye. Zoe was involved in something horrific, something she paid a big price for and now, Zoe and her mother Maria have a second chance at life and a new family.

She and her new step brother Lucas have a concert tonight. Was it an accident or was it murder? In her second chance life, Zoe has had to put the past away and pretend it never happened.

How long can Zoe pretend, hide and keep secrets before she begins to shut down and loses herself? Maria expects her daughter to be perfect and Maria herself acts as the perfect wife to her new husband Chris and that facade is bound to burst - in a big way.

This novel alternates between the past and the present and is told from alternating viewpoints - in this way, we find out the truth - the story of what happened to Zoe and wha happens to her mother as well.

The author, Gilly MacMillan did a great job in development the characters and drawing us into their lives. As a whole however, the ending was a bit of a letdown and some parts of this novel seemed a bit far-fetched.

This was a Traveling Sister Read. Glad we read this one together sisters! Published on Goodreads, Amazon and Twitter on 1.

View all 11 comments. This one popped up on my digital library service a few weeks ago and without hesitation,I placed a hold on it.

When something like that happens, disappointment can leave me feeling let down, however, after giving it some th The Perfect Girl by Gilly Macmillan is a Little, Brown Book Group publication.

When something like that happens, disappointment can leave me feeling let down, however, after giving it some thought, I think this novel stands on its own merits and is perhaps chillier than I initially gave it credit for.

Zoe, a musical prodigy with a promising future ahead of her, commits a huge crime, makes an irrevocable mistake that leads to unspeakable tragedy.

If you were on the receiving end of this situation, you might find yourself incapable of warming up to Zoe, unable to trust her, or her motives.

On the other hand, she has paid for her crimes and so perhaps she should make the most of her life from here on out, if she can.

But, the situation is much darker than it appears on the surface, and in the wake of a second tragedy, Zoe sees her chance to create a new opportunity for herself….

The story has a sinister feel to it all throughout, and presents a number of moral dilemmas for the reader to wade through. Every single character, except the baby, was hard to like on some level, as each of them were dishonest, manipulative, and secretive.

However, there were a few characters who shook off the cobwebs and pulled themselves up, determined to face the future in a more positive way, while others will have to cope with choices that are morally ambiguous, leaving it up to the reader to ruminate on the way everything turned out, and decide if things will really work the way we hope it does for all concerned.

But, will they be found out in the end? At the end of the day, what it all boils down to is whether or not you can wrap your head around the events that transpire over a relatively short period of time and if you agree with the actions and choices the characters made, and the motives behind them.

I thought his story was constructed very well, the suspense was solid, although not tense enough to prompt nail biting, but the twists were terrific and made me wonder if maybe a little poetic justice was worth it in the end.

You tell me. So, overall, I enjoyed this book for the most part, although it is not the strongest outing for this author. View all 4 comments.

Feb 12, Sue rated it liked it. I really really wanted to love this book more than I did. Top marks for the writing, the intense feelings, the plot.

I loved her debut. View all 8 comments. I found this book compelling. I needed to know what Zoe, a 14 year old musical prodigy, had done.

What mistake had she made that completely changed her life and who she was. How did she get a "Second Chance Family," but then have that go awry as well?

There is a limited number of characters, and the book is a study of these characters and their behavior. How does a teenager we all know they are prone to poor judgment at times recover from a disaster?

How do sisters relate as adults? How does a I found this book compelling. How does a wife tolerate an alcoholic or abusive husband?

This is Zoe's world: her mum, her dad, her stepfather, stepbrother, baby sister, aunt and uncle, her solicitor, her counselor.

It is an interesting book. I wouldn't classify it as a thriller or a mystery. It's not filled with tension. But I couldn't put it down. I came to care about the characters, even if I didn't actually like some of them much.

There is some moral ambiguity in the ending. View all 19 comments. Zoe and Lucas were almost ready — the first performance for Zoe since the accident — and her first performance with her step-brother by her side.

The nerves were vibrating in them both, both in different ways. But Zoe knew once her fingers touched the keys and Lucas was playing beside her, she would be fine; they would be fine.

But the monumental disturbance in the middle of their recital was the beginni Zoe and Lucas were almost ready — the first performance for Zoe since the accident — and her first performance with her step-brother by her side.

But the monumental disturbance in the middle of their recital was the beginning of a terrible ending for them all… When Maria had met and married Chris, Zoe felt they were given a Second Chance at life.

Chris was a self-made millionaire and his son Lucas was a gifted pianist as well. So the family fitted together like they were meant to be.

I loved Burnt Paper Sky when it was released and The Perfect Girl is a gripping and intense psychological thriller which I highly recommend.

View all 17 comments. Just fantastic!! The book moves quickly from the first page throughout the entire journey. Lots of surprises. I enjoyed the changing narrators, it added a great layer to the story.

Highly recommend! Full disclosure: I didn't much like either of those, and so it's not all that surprising that this one didn't grip me either.

I wish it had: the basic premise is pretty good, and if you did enjoy GONE GIRL and the little flotilla of similarly-marketed novels that followed in its wake, you'll probably like this one, too.

The reasons I didn't are probably more to do with my own tastes and bugbears than anything else, so if you don't care about those, by all means go forth and read it.

It's a perfectly decent thriller of its type. But - One: the title. Not the author's fault, I know, but there you are.

I'm over them. I'm aware that this is not a problem for many people, but for me, it really is. I like to be surprised, and I wasn't.

Every development, every character was a trope I believe I actually read the phrase "the ice queen and her swarthy companion" at one stage, and it finished me.

It's almost as if the whole book written from many POVs, all seemingly identical is a rough draft for a screenplay as-yet to be written - some chapters actually take the form of a proto-screenplay, as if trying to drop a broad hint to prospective film producers.

Not that this wouldn't make a good film - perhaps a better film than a book. I look forward to watching it. Perhaps I'll like it better that way View all 3 comments.

Four a half stars. Originally titled Butterfly in the Dark it has undergone a change of name and is now The Perfect Girl.

Perfect the book is not, but it is an absolutely compelling read about Zoe, a teenage musical prodigy and her family. In her other life, Zoe was convicted of having caused the death of their teenagers.

Now she is back trying to resurrect the career that Four a half stars. Now she is back trying to resurrect the career that stalled and appeared over with her conviction and time spent in The Unit.

With concert with Lucas, her stepbrother this is the first performance of her Second Chance Life. But plans have a way of being thwarted. Rather than feeling like it is chopping the story up as can happen when not handled well, this technique makes for interesting reading.

This novel certainly presents some heavy issues to think about. There are a couple of things that concerned me a little but to divulge would give away too much of the story.

This is a book people will read, recommend and want to talk about. I found it and engrossing and a quick read that I kept wanting to get back to.

Thanks to The Reading Room and the publisher for my copy to read and review. Shelves: mystery , fiction , arc-edelweiss , britain , domestic-suspense.

The girl in this case is Zoe Maisey, a music prodigy, and she was perfect, once. One day Zoe is a good girl and the next she is serving time for causing the death of three fellow teens.

She is now out and trying to get her life back. Her mother, in a new marriage with a stepson and a child with her new husband, puts Zoe back into music and tries to rebuild their life.

At the end of a concert, her mother will be found dead, and Zoe's new life will unravel. I gave this novel three stars but I am not sure if that is fair.

The suspense in this novel is okay, but it tries to drag out secrets even when the reader probably has put it together.

I am not sure if the characters are meant to be reserved or unlikable, but I just didn't connect with them. I didn't dislike them, but rather felt nothing invested in them.

Usually, when a character is deplorable you can at least hope they get what is coming to them. The ending has been done before and it just left me feeling unsatisfied.

I think I gave it a three because the author has potential, I finished the book and I do want to read her earlier book that everyone raves about.

View all 6 comments. Nov 03, Nikki rated it really liked it Shelves: traveling-sisters-reads. This was my first Gilly Macmillan read.

The beginning of this book was great. It sucked me in quickly, and I could not put it down. Hats off to the author for creating this interesting scenario and packing so much into such a short timeframe.

I was very impressed with her ability to do this! That being said, here is where my rating started to falter. There are several important characters Zoe, Maria, Tessa, Lucas, etc.

However, there are secondary characters that I felt received more mention or focus than deemed necessary.

And, to me, it took away from the storyline a bit. Also, while I praise the author for creating an intriguing story within such a small timeframe, it also seemed to hinder the story a bit.

I felt maybe it drug on a little too long, when it could have been wrapped up earlier. I do not want to say too much and will let everyone form their own thoughts and opinions, but the title fascinated me.

Who is The Perfect Girl in this story? Who wants to be The Perfect Girl? Is there such a thing? What an interesting title that can be left open to interpretation.

I will leave you to ponder on that and draw your own conclusions! Thanks for great comments and conversations, Sisters! It is fair to say that this an "it" book.

You only have to look at the front cover to see the dreaded for me at least line, "for anyone who loved The Girl on the Train, It's a must-read".

While this is not uncommon being compared to big name books it does heighten my expectations. It also means the book lives or dies by what it delivers.

Can it live up to those lofty pieces of praise. Originally titled Butterfly in the Dark, the story revolves around teenage musical prodigy Zoe Maisey.

Years ea It is fair to say that this an "it" book. Years earlier she was convicted of killing of a number of her friends in a car accident and was sentenced to nine months in a rehabilitation unit.

Now years later her parents have divorced, with her mother remarrying. Tonight is mean't to be the culmination of Zoe's life resurrection, performing a musical with her brother in law Lucas.

The performance in itself will go well, but the rest of the night will be disaster. Firstly a father of one of the teenagers killed in the accident, will threaten Zoe from the audience.

Then tragically by the end of the night, Zoe's mother will be dead. The question of who killed Zoe's mum is paramount, but is one that is skillfully blended in with the impact of what the death will do to an already fragile family structure.

The story is told not by one main narrator, but instead from all of the family and a local lawyer. Rather than making this a fragmented read, it instead, thanks the writing made for an intriguing read.

With themes as varied as domestic violence, infidelity, substance abuse and how we as humans try to move on from the greatest upheavals in our lives, made for compelling reading.

While in no way a great thriller, The Perfect Girl is a excellent page turner for those after a clever and well written thriller.

Zoe Guerin is a musical prodigy child genius. The story begins on a Sunday night, as Zoe, after causing the death of three teenagers and serving time for it, is about to make her musical comeback with her step-brother Lucas.

This story is a gripping psychological thriller with a very intricate timeline, with only a few pages to each chapter.

The writing was snappy and concise and flowed very well. It seems to me that every mystery and thriller novel at the moment must be compared to Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train when it really is not necessary.

This novel stands well and truly elevated all by itself, without having to rely on other successful pieces to keep it up.

When we come into the picture, Zoe is about to give the first performance of her new life but by the end of this night tragedy will strike once again.

There is plenty of intricate character study running through the narrative, still waters run deep in this one, it is endlessly intriguing, often very melancholy and absolutely authentic.

Really very excellent. Very excellent indeed. Treat others how you want to be treated. Create self-esteem.

It is important to remember that nobody is perfect, and there will be times that you make mistakes, have regret, and find yourself in an "oops" moment.

Making mistakes is part of being human. Instead of being overly critical of yourself, or bashing yourself to others, reflect on your mistakes, learn from them, and move on.

Being critical of yourself should not be a part of your daily routine. If you say bad things about yourself to others, then you open the door for others to say bad things as well.

Develop strong values to live by. Values are the guidelines that keep you grounded and prevent you from making poor decisions.

They also feed into your reputation and are one way that other people develop an opinion about your character. They take a lifetime to build, but they can be damaged in a brief moment of poor decision making.

Listen to your parents, grandparents, or any person who is older and wiser than you when they offer up advice and insight on life.

They can teach you how to avoid bad situations and make the best choices for your life. Each time you are presented with peer pressure, or find yourself in a difficult decision-making moment, remember your values.

Do not allow yourself to be tempted with bad decisions that you will be sure to regret later. Be mature. When trying to get as close to perfect as possible, a major component is acting responsibly and being able to handle any situation that comes your way.

This does not mean that you can't let go, and have fun, but you should also not make a fool out of yourself. Here are some tips to help you practice maturity: [11] X Research source Do not complain or whine if something does not go your way.

Remember that life is not always fair, and you have to roll with the punches. Know what your responsibilities are at home, at school, and to your friends and family.

Mature people recognize their responsibilities and do their best to live up to them. This means helping out at home, being kind to your friends, and trying your best at school.

Appreciate your education. Having intelligence is a part of being well-rounded. Focus in class, practice good study habits, set up a schedule for homework, and try to take a genuine interest in all of the knowledge you are lucky enough to learn.

Give your best self to school every day even when the going gets tough. Although you can't achieve absolute perfection, you can certainly try with an iron will and a smile.

Remember to be grateful to have the opportunity to learn. It may be difficult to learn that one subject, or be draining constantly studying, but knowledge is power, and it will take you far in life.

Display confidence. A girl that is as close to perfect as someone can get is a girl that holds great confidence. Other people will see your high self-esteem and think that you must have your life altogether.

Here are some great tips to help you act confidently: Hold your shoulders back and your head held high.

Your body language says a lot about you, and having strong body language communicates that you are capable and in-charge.

Smiling is a great way to show you are comfortable in your own skin and glad to be alive, and laughing will spread joy to all those around you.

People will be envious of your sense of humor. Practice humility. Even if you are as close to perfect as a person can be, bragging is not attractive.

It is okay to feel proud of your accomplishments, but try not to flaunt your successes in everyone's face. This can come across as rude, tacky, and disrespectful.

Feel free to accept praise, and do not hide the things you work hard for, but do so with gratitude and appreciation.

For example, if you score the most points during a basketball game, it is okay to feel good about it, and accept compliments from other people.

However, do not go around telling everyone about that you won the game for the team. This would be an example of bragging. Give compliments to others instead of competing with them.

When you notice someone's success or hard work, let that person know with a sincere compliment. This will display your good character, and it will show that you're not intimidated by the success of others.

Focus more on being yourself than being like other people you see on TV. They are far from perfect: remember they have the benefit of makeup, makeup artists, hairstylists, lighting, camera crews, scripts, dramatic pauses and lots of bling.

And very little of it is real. You, on the other hand, are genuine as you are and that's important to you, your family and your friends.

Try turning off the TV, stop watching the shows which make you feel obsessed and set goals that are realistic, self-caring and community-minded.

You'll get there! Not Helpful 5 Helpful Being good at school requires paying attention to your studies, your goals and your relationships, all of which are explained in greater detail in the wikiHow: How to Be a Better Person at School.

The answer really depends on what you define as "perfect" and as a "perfect life. Also, life is a series of highs and lows, so attaining perfection all the time will never be possible.

But what you can do is set yourself goals, find purpose and meaning in your life and strive to be there for others besides yourself, and in that journey, you'll find a life that works for you.

Not Helpful 2 Helpful Being perfect is an unattainable goal because it implies never making mistakes, never looking disheveled, never failing, things that all of us will experience at some points in life!

It is better to aim to be the best you can be given the talents, skills, interests, traits and attitudes you have.

Aim to always be learning, always ready to make changes where needed but to also accept the wonderful things about yourself that are unique to you and that allow you to contribute your own gifts and talents to the world as a whole.

For more detailed help though, check out the wikiHow: How to Be As Perfect As Possible the title is a giveaway that perfection's not completely attainable!

Not Helpful 2 Helpful 9. Being a good girl is about being respectful of others, kind, taking good care of yourself, finding your purpose in life and learning to feel comfortable with who you are.

Toward other people, be supportive and caring, and realize that everyone is doing it tough at times. Toward your parents, be caring and understanding, knowing that you won't always agree but that you can find ways to compromise.

Toward your studies, be diligent, thoughtful and prepared. Ultimately, set yourself goals that will enable you to live a good life that you find fulfilling.

Not Helpful 1 Helpful Believe it or not, many confident people were once just as scared as you. Start out with eye contact and good posture, and gradually push yourself further.

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