Nothing Bad Is Going to Happen

Nothing Bad Is Going to Happen Geeze Louise for such a small town there sure are a lot of murders in Friendship Wisconsin After helping to catch the man who murdered her best friend Kippy Bushman was looking forward to life ret

  • Title: Nothing Bad Is Going to Happen
  • Author: KathleenHale
  • ISBN: 9780062211217
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Geeze Louise, for such a small town, there sure are a lot of murders in Friendship, Wisconsin.After helping to catch the man who murdered her best friend, Kippy Bushman was looking forward to life returning to normal Well, at least as normal as it could get in a town like hers But then the unthinkable happens Kippy finds her boyfriend, Davey, in his house, barely breathGeeze Louise, for such a small town, there sure are a lot of murders in Friendship, Wisconsin.After helping to catch the man who murdered her best friend, Kippy Bushman was looking forward to life returning to normal Well, at least as normal as it could get in a town like hers But then the unthinkable happens Kippy finds her boyfriend, Davey, in his house, barely breathing and surrounded by pills and empty beer bottles.The sheriff is quick to rule the incident an attempted suicide, but Kippy refuses to believe it She and Davey are completely in love there s no way he d ever hurt himself Right Kippy swears she saw someone else at Davey s house that night and is convinced that person tried to murder him Without any real evidence, though, no one not even Kippy s own father believes her So she has no choice but to team up with her former nemesis, Bible thumping Libby, to try to catch this new killer But in a town where everyone has their own secrets and a next door neighbor could be a serial killer, who s left to trust

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    2 thoughts on “Nothing Bad Is Going to Happen

    1. Kathleen Hale was born in Wisconsin and graduated from Harvard in 2010 She is the author of two novels, NO ONE ELSE CAN HAVE YOU and NOTHING BAD IS GOING TO HAPPEN the latter is forthcoming from HarperTeen in 2015 She also writes pieces for places like Vice One of her personal essays, Quit Everything, will appear in the collection NEVER CAN SAY GOODBYE, forthcoming from Simon and Schuster this fall.

    2. Note to self: NEVER enter a contest to win a copy of this (or any) book, as it will require my home address which is way too dangerous to give out to strangers on the internet.

    3. Sometimes I really enjoy the fact that GR's TOS allows us the ability to express our level of anticipation for an upcoming book.Because I'd really really hate to forget about this one and accidentally enter a giveaway for it.

    4. Find all of my reviews at: 52bookminimum/“Everyone is wanting to kill Kippy. It is her destiny.”I imagine the reaction of most users upon seeing someone reading Ms. Hale’s books looks a little something like this . . . Oh yes. I did. I know who the author is. I know what she did. I wrote a friggin’ thesis paper on it in my review of her first book HERE (or read Hunger for Knowledge’s review instead since everyone knows I’m an a-hole). I still can’t wrap my brain around why the hec [...]

    5. I recommend that people do not enter any contests or anything where your address might get into the wrong hands. This is NOT commenting on the author GR Thought Police, this a PSA for readers' safety.

    6. Oh, the horrible irony ‘Nothing Bad is Going to Happen’, you say?Sadly, I beg to differ. PASSorify/BookThingo/what-haETA: alex-hurst/2014/10/21/kath

    7. Oh HELL NO!!! Beat it with a stick or slice and dice. Like hell I am giving this a try, psychos+internet access = bad chemistry.

    8. This author publicly flaunted that she stalked a 1-star reviewer, and *showed up at her house*. Stay away from this book, because who knows what will happen if you don't like itarauthor/features/essays

    9. And here I was, thinking HC had put this book to rest in the graveyard of the canceled books after the author's stalking ways. I think they are expecting that the world of book buyers will forget what happened and pick this up based on the cute cover. But we don't forget when authors cross the line into inappropriate situations that threaten lives, livelihoods, and mental health. We don't forget when authors use their personal connections to their publisher, to those who publish their essays abo [...]

    10. She's a special little snowflake who likes to stalk reviewers & show up on their doorsteps for leaving 1 star reviews on her books. Won't ever read anything she writesarauthor/features/essays

    11. Now that the book has dropped and I could at last see how the adventures of Kippy Bushman progressed, I am thrilled to say that the sequel far exceeded my expectations. I love quirky Kippy more than ever! For me, the mystery was almost secondary to Kippy's changing relationships with her father, Dom, along with Libby and Rosa. Kathleen Hale has a wonderful and hilarious voice and just enough of a twisted mind to keep her second tale fresh and unexpected.* * * *Writing this review in anticipation [...]

    12. This is why: /review/show.I cannot believe that her publisher isn't doing anything about this. But since her future mother-in-law IS her publisher I can see why. Good to know that nepotism is still alive and well.Oh and let's not forget the fact that it was a PUBLISHER that gave Kathleen Hale the reviewer's address. So be careful when entering giveaways everyone you never know when the publisher will give out your address to an enraged author so that he/she can stalk and harass you.

    13. I'm soooo freaking glad GR allows us to express our level of interest in books. Because I can honestly say I abso-fucking-lutely have no interest in either supporting an entitled, special little snowflake or being stalked by a creep if I dare to not like their “baby”eguardian/books/2014

    14. The writing is strictly amateur hour, the dialogue wooden and/or improbable for any humans any of us might know, and the themes of rape and abuse and other darker than dark issues presented as just dandy makes this book useful only for its individual pages, which may be torn out and used in outhouses.

    15. I will never support you. What a shame, what is Harvard teaching these days? You are disgusting. Any author/blogger/reviewer who supports you will no longer have my support. Your books will never be purchased by me, and I will talk others out of it. Be prepared to see sticky notes all over your books at stores saying to not buy with the hashtag of #haleno on them so people will know of the CRIME you committed. YES-STALKING IS A CRIME. How did you go to Harvard and not get that?? Grow up lady, st [...]

    16. The first book suuuuuucked but I never bothered to write a review. Thank god, or crazy stalker author might have stalked me. I think I live just a couple states away from her, super easy for her to show up and lurk in the shadows, the write about it later.But seriously. Please. Never spend a single penny of your hard earned money on this admitted stalkert once, but twice. Think of the hamster she killed as a child and wrote about, and support an author who deserves it. Or donate your money to th [...]

    17. Yes, the author might be crazy. I make no excuses for her. But that might be why I love Kippy Bushman so muchKippy is back in all her Fargo meets Twin Peaks meets wacky Nancy Drew. Sidekicks, notably Libby and Rosa (who's Eastern European accent is so wonderfully written that I can hear it in my head), really add to Kippy's investigation. I would have loved more Davey in the story, but it's his alleged suicide attempt and subsequent coma that is the heart of the mystery, so I'll forgive the lack [...]

    18. Like many others, I was surprised to find that there was a sequel to No One Else Can Have You. I wasn't sure what to expect going into the book, considering I had never thought how Kippy's story could continue past the discovery of her best friend's murderer. However, I was really into this book when I started it. it's an incredibly quick read, and entertaining. Kippy is a funy narrator to read from, although sometimes her voices seems years younger than she does. At times, she gives off the "I' [...]

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