Irreversible

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Irreversible Keir Sarafian knows he is not a rapist and did nothing wrong But no one will believe that he s the good guy he knows he is no one except his father Ray And Ray s just the person Keir has to leave in

  • Title: Irreversible
  • Author: Chris Lynch
  • ISBN: 9781481429856
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Keir Sarafian knows he is not a rapist and did nothing wrong But no one will believe that he s the good guy he knows he is no one except his father, Ray And Ray s just the person Keir has to leave in order to have the fresh start he deserves.In the follow up to Inexcusable, Keir must confront the kind of person he really is and realize that though events may be in the paKeir Sarafian knows he is not a rapist and did nothing wrong But no one will believe that he s the good guy he knows he is no one except his father, Ray And Ray s just the person Keir has to leave in order to have the fresh start he deserves.In the follow up to Inexcusable, Keir must confront the kind of person he really is and realize that though events may be in the past, they are as inescapable as they are irreversible.

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    1. Rachel Reeves on said:

      Thank you to Edelweiss and the publisher for providing a digital ARC in exchange for an honest review. I disliked this as much, maybe more, as the first book. Keir just continues to be insufferable and clueless about what a terrible person he really is. He has no growth as a character, and frankly his mind is not something I am interested in seeing inside of regardless. I hate that the author even wrote this or this first book honestly. It makes me angry that the purpose seems to be making the r [...]

    2. Kim on said:

      I really liked Inexcusable (the precursor to this book). It's a tough thing to read and realize how the reader slowly comes to doubt the narrator Keir's own self-perception. It's masterful, even when it's hard to read. But Irreversible gets lost quickly and never recovers. It's an interesting premise: the many young men who "get away" with sexual assault--where do they go from there? But this premise does not develop satisfactorily--at least for me.

    3. Kelly Sierra on said:

      I think I should mention that I read Lolita, a book that gives you the perspective of a pedophile. Let that sink in, in case you have never read that story it's about child molestation and rape, told by the pedophile. Sure there were moments I despised the content, but overall the author wasn't trying to humanize the main character, but mostly letting the rest of the world into the mind of a pedophile. And yes, I know that rapists, murderers, etc are human too and they are complex, but this stor [...]

    4. Jai on said:

      I was so excited when I saw this book on the shelf, I just wanted some sort of closure to a story that kinda hurt. I think most who read the first book just wanted answers and to see if life really does imitate art. But, sadly this book was at least 90% of a complete letdown. This book took me several months longer than it should have to finish simply because of how drawn out it is. It’s so long winded that I’m not sure most people would care about the answers they sought when they picked up [...]

    5. Auburn Library on said:

      2.5 stars. I did not like this book as much as the first one (Inexcusable). Keir, accused of date-raping the only girl he has ever really loved, leaves everything he has ever known to make a fresh start.I understand the author's desire to show the situation from Keir's perspective, and I thought Lynch did an amazing job with the first book. But this one just made me angry in a lot of places. While it seemed at the end that there was redemption for Keir, there was never any justice for his victim [...]

    6. Mara on said:

      This book read like the author was contractually obligated to turn it in. Did anyone edit it? Aside from not understanding character motivations, dialogue that was plot-advancing (ugh) and didn't sound like real-life, there were times I had a hard time understanding where the story was in place and time. It was also hard to understand what made the narrator change over time. Or did he change? I couldn't tell. This is a topic that deserves a way better treatment than this book gave it.

    7. Trina on said:

      Read just over 100 pages then quit. I thought the first book was very important because it gave me an idea of what SOME perpetrators may have been thinking. I disliked the main character, but appreciated that his family (in particular his sisters) provided insight into his behaviour. The sequel is all of the things wrong with the first book made even worse. I couldn't handle one page more.

    8. Tori Berndt on said:

      I enjoyed this book. It was a 2/5 though. It was not my favorite by any means. The way it ended made me mad, actually the entire book made me mad. Why did they have end without Ray? Keir really needs to learn how to grow up.

    9. Jamie Blanchard on said:

      I'm not sure what to say about this book. I was confused for 90% of the book because the kids rapes his childhood crush and then tries to pretend it didn't happen. Then all of a sudden, I understood what the author was doing. Keir (main character) never takes responsibility for his own actions. Everything that has happened in his life he blames on mean people trying to get him. He doesn't learn his lesson until the end of the book. That being said, I hate Keir because he raped someone.

    10. Read InAGarden on said:

      Boring, disjointed, slow moving, and confusing. After reading the premise - I was really looking forward to reading Lynch's treatment of the subject matter. And then was thoroughly disappointed.

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