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Mimi Shapiro had a disturbing freshman year at NYU thanks to a foolish affair with a professor who still haunts her caller ID So when her artist father Marc offers the use of his remote Canadian cottage she’s glad to hop in her Mini Cooper and drive up north The house is fairy tale quaint and the key is hidden right where her dad said it would be so she’s shocked to fi nd someone already living there — Jay a young musician who is equally startled to meet Mimi and immediately accuses her of leaving strange and threatening tokens inside a dead bird a snakeskin a cricket sound track embedded in his latest composition But Mimi has just arrived so who is responsible? And alarmingly what does the intruder want? Part gripping thriller part family drama this fast paced novel plays out in alternating viewpoints in a pastoral setting that is evocative and eerie — a mysterious character in its own right


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    Rarely do I actually write a review for a 1 star book However I found The Univited so frustrating and borderline offense that I feel the need to explain my feelingsI was iffy about this book when they introduced the main character driving down the road just wearing a bra Not a sports bra but a bra and not for any real reason When a male writer creates a female character who's beautiful sexy and often not wearing many clothes I'm a little leery Sometimes it feels like male writers create heroines who are merely their fantasies not real well devolved characters It's like look I'm a sassy free woman comfortable with my sexuality but it's done in a way that doesn't feels genuineMy discomfort grew with an unnamed character you later find out who is spying on Mimi refers to one of her friends as faggy I'm not saying it's not okay to have homophobic characters Homophobes exist But it was used casually without any purpose to illustrate that a guy was effeminate I know most authors would argue but that's what the character says but when it's not necessary it should be edited out I'm not comfortable reading books with hate speech unless it is addressing the issue of hateThis book had a plot that seemed to amble without going anywhere Someone is spying on Mimi and Jay the second main character being a creeper The story has numerous POVs which is not that well executed The POVS eliminate all the drama of who's spying The reader knows who's spying and why they are spying Now that I've had a couple weeks away from this book I'm wondering where the story was even going Mimi was trying to write a screenplay Jay was trying to write a song They were building a friendship Creeper dude was spying and lusting But what was the real point?This book also had a creepy case of sibling lust It started when Mimi showed up and met Jay who SPOILER ALERT is her half brother Even after she realizes that she still finds him attractive However that was minor and quickly went away But there's another half sibling lurking in this book And he lusts after Mimi admiring everything about her imagining a life with her He doesn't know that she's his sister But the reader knows and that makes it creepy enough This goes on for chapters and chapters And honestly I'm not sure where the sibling lust ends because I did not finish this bookI've only ever DNFed one book Normally I stubbornly force myself through a book even if it's a miserable reading experience because I don't want the book to beat me I couldn't fight this book The plot seemed to be going nowhere the main character felt flat and every time the sibling lust came up I cringed To me it was pretty obvious the author was trying to be edgy But sometimes less is Where this book is concerned I recommend avoiding it altogetherIn case you are wondering I listened to this on audiobook I listened to 57 CDs before stopping The narrator was unremarkable but not bad either The problem was the story itself