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The Astonishing Mistakes of Dahlia Moss [PDF / Epub] ☆ The Astonishing Mistakes of Dahlia Moss Author Max Wirestone – Thomashillier.co.uk You d think that after I took a bullet in my arm following my last case, that I d be timid about going in guns blazing a second time But you d be wrong I faced down death, and the only bad thing that You d think that after I Mistakes of Epub â took a bullet in my arm following my last case, that I d be timid about going in guns blazing a second time But you d be wrong I faced down death, and the only bad thing that happened was that I got a cool scar Which is a like a tattoo, but with street credI may have been a little overconfident this time Like, Leeroy Jenkins overconfident Some small, but confidently made, errors committed in this book include The Astonishing MOBI :↠ Unwisely meeting up with an internet stalker in real lifeEating a large breakfast before discovering a corpseKidnappingStanding uncomfortably close to the edge of a steamboat while musing that nothing bad could possibly happenKidnapping, againThat s the thing about a sense of invulnerability you usually get it right before things go terribly, terribly, wrong.

  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • The Astonishing Mistakes of Dahlia Moss
  • Max Wirestone
  • English
  • 21 August 2017
  • 0316386006

About the Author: Max Wirestone

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10 thoughts on “The Astonishing Mistakes of Dahlia Moss

  1. karen karen says:

    fulfilling book riot s 2018 read harder challenge task 21 A mystery by a person of color or LGBTQ authorextry points given to me, by me, for choosing a book that has been in my house forthan a year i loved The Unfortunate Decisions of Dahlia Moss so, so much when i was working at the bookstore, i would put it on tables and displays, when i was curating lists for other jobs, i would always be sure to add it to the appropriate lists and channels, and i fulfilling book riot s 2018 read harder challenge task 21 A mystery by a person of color or LGBTQ authorextry points given to me, by me, for choosing a book that has been in my house forthan a year i loved The Unfortunate Decisions of Dahlia Moss so, so much when i was working at the bookstore, i would put it on tables and displays, when i was curating lists for other jobs, i would always be sure to add it to the appropriate lists and channels, and i would suggest it to people who were looking for mysteries that weren t too gruesome disturbing or sf geeks looking for something f unexpected so i was really excited when i had my derrr moment and realized i d be able to read this second book in the DM trilogy as part of my book riot challenge, because i ve had the second and third books on my shelves for ages without picking them up for all of the usual reasons i don t get around to reading books i really want to read this one is slightly less fun than the series opener, but it has enough of the same zany energy and silliness to remind me how great TUDoDM was, and in my experience, the second book in most trilogies tends to be the low point, so i m ready to check the math on that with book three The Questionable Behavior of Dahlia Moss but for now, book two now that ms moss has gotten a taste of the girl detective lifestyle, she s taking online certification courses to officially get her private eye license but although she s still matriculating, she s not going to turn down real world experience if she happens to stumble upon it, even if it brings her back into the stony frowned sights of detective maddocks Are you the person that found the body Tell me that you aren t I did find the body Also, I had sort of a reaction to it, and I may have, you know, thrown up a tiny amount in there I ve been in there, said Maddocks Maybe it wasof a moderate amount There are gallons of vomit on the floor I was surprised in her defense, she has not yet taken the learn not to vomit class.what follows isof the same kind of fun n murderrrrr, as dahlia spouts sass, makes many geek culture references, gets kidnapped a few times, learns proper nautical terminology, and follows the criminal breadcrumbs while many online nerds via twitch advise her, cheer her on, or are less supportive Hi, everyone Guess where I am now Murdered, said Twitch chat Is it murdered It s not murdered, I told them Buried alive, someone guessed Like in that old Twilight Zone episode That was the Outer Limits, said another Twitch chatter, and then a flame war began, as it obviously would, given that we were on the Internet and once again, i find the world has failed me or i have failed myself, but i m not into taking responsibility today , for not informing me about yet ANOTHER awesome x men character for those of you who, like me, were NEVER GIVEN THE HEADS UP, marrow is a lady whose bones grow out of her skin, and she can YANK THEM OUT AND USE THEM AS WEAPONS TO CLUB FOOLS WHAT CROSS HER.dear hollywood why are you wasting our time with Rogue when there is a mutant USING HER OWN BONES AS WEAPONS use your special effects budget on this, please anyway, i still love dahlia and i love the adventure part of this one, but it was a littlerelentlessly goofy than the first, and it wore me out a bit also, although there wasn t too much of it, the relationshippy parts got in the way as far as that goes, the focus was mostly on the david charice romance, but also i really liked shuler as a character, so even though i m not a big shipper or romance fan or anything, and i don t care who dahlia s kissing, i was disappointed by the underuse of shuler here, and while dahlia seems perfectly content with nathan, i still wanna hang out with shuler once in a while, ya know still excited to see what comes next for dahlia, and hopefully i will manage to read the third one even without a challenge prompt.come to my blog

  2. Shaun Hutchinson Shaun Hutchinson says:

    Enjoyed the quirky humor, really didn t like the body shaming Won t be bothering with book 3.

  3. Stewart Tame Stewart Tame says:

    Full disclosure I won a free Kindle copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway This is apparently the second book in a series, though I ve not read the first I suppose that s a spoiler of sorts Dahlia survives the first book Those of you hoping that this series is actually about a zombie detective will just have to learn to live with the crushing disappointment A mystery fan of Dahlia s livestream convinces her to enter a video game tournament, where she stumbles across a corpse in a storer Full disclosure I won a free Kindle copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway This is apparently the second book in a series, though I ve not read the first I suppose that s a spoiler of sorts Dahlia survives the first book Those of you hoping that this series is actually about a zombie detective will just have to learn to live with the crushing disappointment A mystery fan of Dahlia s livestream convinces her to enter a video game tournament, where she stumbles across a corpse in a storeroom and is off on another adventure What makes the book memorable is Dahlia herself The book is written in the first person, and her narrative is full of asides and digressions and snark and humor The colorful cast of characters are what make this book and likely the whole series special Fun stuff Recommended

  4. Jenna Jenna says:

    hoarder challenge 31 made you laughQuestion from 1st book answered Dahlia is in her 20 s More smart humor from Dahlia as she dives into another mystery At least this time she s taking an online course to become a PI who knew it was that easy Unfortunately, the library didn t have numbers 2 3 of the Dahlia Moss trilogy in audio book format So I read them in paperback.Again, a lot of the references went over my head I had to look up Twitch several other things thank goodness for g hoarder challenge 31 made you laughQuestion from 1st book answered Dahlia is in her 20 s More smart humor from Dahlia as she dives into another mystery At least this time she s taking an online course to become a PI who knew it was that easy Unfortunately, the library didn t have numbers 2 3 of the Dahlia Moss trilogy in audio book format So I read them in paperback.Again, a lot of the references went over my head I had to look up Twitch several other things thank goodness for google But the characters are so engaging that I didn t mind That being said, I did laugh out loud alot.I could easily imagine 2 grown adults engaging in smack talk w a 7 yr old as they engaged in a game competition with him Too much And the mystery is a bitin depth this time so I was mentally going thru my list of suspects along w Dahlia.And of course, all the characters that I liked from the 1st book return as well as a few new people to add to Dahlia s gang of geeks.i hadn t solved the case so it was a nice surprise at the end when all was revealed

  5. Elissa Powers Elissa Powers says:

    Max Wirestone is plotting his increasing abilities in a two point data set very well.My partner and I raved about the Unfortunate Decisions to anyone who would listen The best unknown book the year it came out Just finished the Astonishing Mistakes and Max has clearly leveled up Astonishing Mistakes contains all of the ease and personality the intimacy, dammit of the first book, but has polished his editing skills and lets loose with the humour Oh my god the humour, it s writ Max Wirestone is plotting his increasing abilities in a two point data set very well.My partner and I raved about the Unfortunate Decisions to anyone who would listen The best unknown book the year it came out Just finished the Astonishing Mistakes and Max has clearly leveled up Astonishing Mistakes contains all of the ease and personality the intimacy, dammit of the first book, but has polished his editing skills and lets loose with the humour Oh my god the humour, it s written in a manner which feels both natural and thought out like Adams or Patchett , yet retains the elan vital of the young female whose name graces the title It s wonderful to drink in such abilities, and I cannot recommend this series too highly Just thinking about this book puts a spring in my step

  6. Kate Barnes Kate Barnes says:

    This was advertised as being like Veronica Mars It is not The only evidence the main character has any detective skills is repeated insistence of these skills by her friends The only reason I can figure that accounts for her solving the case is that her name is on the cover, and the author felt obligated to let her figure it out somehow.

  7. The Captain The Captain says:

    Ahoy there me mateys I received this silly, goofy contemporary murder mystery eARC from Goodreads Giveaways Arrrrr I was so excited to read this second book in the dahlia moss mysteries series If ye haven t read the first book, the unfortunate decisions of dahlia moss, then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of the first book No spoilers ahead but if ye keep reading this log then ye have been forewarned and continue at yer own peril .So me hearties, I have to say that Ahoy there me mateys I received this silly, goofy contemporary murder mystery eARC from Goodreads Giveaways Arrrrr I was so excited to read this second book in the dahlia moss mysteries series If ye haven t read the first book, the unfortunate decisions of dahlia moss, then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review of the first book No spoilers ahead but if ye keep reading this log then ye have been forewarned and continue at yer own peril .So me hearties, I have to say that I really enjoyed this second installment It was such a treat to be back with that wacky Dahlia Moss This novel deals with the topics of Twitch streaming, which I admit I have never used But I am familiar with the concept, having used the interwebs before, and so was perfectly able to follow along Like the first novel, there are plenty of pop culture references that made me chuckle Several parts made me laugh out loud and want to share the funny with the first mate Sadly he was on deck being productive but I rarely belly laugh like that from books I do think that the first book was much stronger in terms of characterizations and the actual murder mystery I guessed who the culprit was in this one pretty quickly But Dahlia is so absolutely insane and lovable that I didn t care It was another fast, absurd, and jolly read I want the next book already Arrrrr So lastly .Thank ye kindly Redhook Books and Goodreads Giveways Check out me other reviews at

  8. Ivy Ivy says:

    I got this book from Goodreads Giveaways in exchange for an honest review.I have to say that I had a lot of trouble getting into this book I don t know if it was the way it was written or just that it wasn t my type of book I had to force myself to finish it I think maybe some of it was because I am not a gamer and so the gaming aspect of it lost me and left me behind Not having read the first book in the series may have something to do with it also Anyways, i was bored most of the way thro I got this book from Goodreads Giveaways in exchange for an honest review.I have to say that I had a lot of trouble getting into this book I don t know if it was the way it was written or just that it wasn t my type of book I had to force myself to finish it I think maybe some of it was because I am not a gamer and so the gaming aspect of it lost me and left me behind Not having read the first book in the series may have something to do with it also Anyways, i was bored most of the way through Dahlia s detective skills where just not there And she kept going off on these aside stories that just lost me all together I doubt very much that I will be looking for the first book in the series or will be reading any future books in the series

  9. Sandy Lenahan Sandy Lenahan says:

    OMG this series is a hoot In book 2 Dahlia live streams on Twitch, enters into a computer game competition to find the mysterious Doctor XXX, stumbles over dead bodies, finds a naked man handcuffed to a chair in a hotel storeroom and goes swimming in the Mississippi River to escape a crazed killer Lots of pop culture, lots of laugh out loud moments, and lots of cussing because that s how millennial s talk, so it s not for everyone.

  10. Emily Emily says:

    2.5 stars Fun, light, goofy mystery Seemed a littlehaphazard and convoluted than the first book, although that may be partiallya function of my scattered mind at the time I was reading this than the book itself.Best line He looked like a Fraggle who was trying to pilot a hippopotamus, which apparently was exactly what was needed.

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