Review: Good Girl, Bad Blood by Holly Jackson (Spoiler-Free)
This is the YA mystery series we've all needed. It has true crime elements, actually realistic investigation (it takes hundreds of tries to guess a password, not just like two based on a dead pet), and an intensely relatable main character.
I didn't love this book quite as much as the first, but it was still great! I liked the premise a bit better in the first one, and especially loved the senior capstone project idea. This one is more geared around Pip's new true crime podcast, which still added an interesting layer, but for me, it was just a little less interesting.
I love how this mystery managed to connect to occurrences from the first book, and the twisty nature of it was handled just as masterfully as in book one. This entry honestly kind of reminded me of one of my favorite films, Prisoners, and I'd highly recommend one if you like the other.
I can't wait for Good As Dead!! (seriously, that synopsis though)