Mystery Girl Volume 1

Mystery Girl Volume Trine Hampstead knows everything Just knows it Ask her a question like Where are my keys or Is my husband cheating on me or How can there be perfectly preserved mammoths in the ice of Siberia when

  • Title: Mystery Girl Volume 1
  • Author: Paul Tobin Alberto Albuquerque Marissa Louise
  • ISBN: 9781616559595
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback
  • Trine Hampstead knows everything Just knows it Ask her a question like, Where are my keys or, Is my husband cheating on me or, How can there be perfectly preserved mammoths in the ice of Siberia when the ice isn t that old and she just knows the answer She s the Mystery Girl The only thing she doesn t know is anything about the last ten years of her own life,Trine Hampstead knows everything Just knows it Ask her a question like, Where are my keys or, Is my husband cheating on me or, How can there be perfectly preserved mammoths in the ice of Siberia when the ice isn t that old and she just knows the answer She s the Mystery Girl The only thing she doesn t know is anything about the last ten years of her own life, including what happened to give her this ability But that s a mystery for later The mystery for now is about those mammoths Trine knows why they re there but surprises anyone who knows Trine by demanding to leave her London based sidewalk detective setup to go to Siberia with the archaeological team to see them for herself And close behind is a vicious killer who is targeting her for reasons even Trine doesn t know.

    One thought on “Mystery Girl Volume 1”

    1. Trine knows the answer to every mystery out there, except her own. She has no memory from the last ten years of her life and she has no idea how she got her power. She sets up shop on a sidewalk every day and people from her neighbourhood come to her with their mysteries and she gives them answers. It can be as mundane as "where did I leave my wallet" or as intense as "where is my son's body?" but she knows it all.This was a great start to a new series and I'm really looking forward to reading m [...]

    2. I love Private Investigators or Private Eyes if you aren't familiar with the term. Trine Hemstead isn't your typical PI. She knows everything except how she had gained her abilities and her memory from the last 10 years. A mystery takes her from her home in London to Siberia, Russia which she is hired to find a Mammoth that is believed to be alive in our modern world. Unlike the other modern PI's, Trine uses her skills and ability to outwit her enemies and will let them know to not mess with her [...]

    3. This one didn't engage me as much as I wanted it to. It was more violent than I was expecting it to be (I know, I know, the cover illustration), and I was perturbed by all the female nudity. I don't have a problem with nudity in and of itself if it's part of the story, but it felt off here to me, like it was too male-gaze-y.

    4. a woman who instantly knows the solution to every mystery she encounters gets caught up in a weird messy confusing situation involving woolly mammoths still alive & thriving in siberia and somehow this is all boring as hell and impossible to care about. uh, i hated this. 1/5.

    5. This was a gun read. A fun premise and Trine is a great protagonist. Can't wait to see her already solve more mysteries!

    6. It's no mystery why I didn't like this more: the very thing that makes the protagonist special ribs the story of any suspense.

    7. I went into this with no idea what to expect, and I was quite pleasantly surprised. Will definitely be reading Volume 2 when it is released.

    8. Mystery Girl has an interesting premise - about a woman who knows the answer to every mystery, except her own. Her uncanny ability draws the attention of everyone, and Trine is a helpful person of the community. She is nice to people, and has a complicated relationship with her friend who is in love with her. But it can't be denied that she loves the people of her neighborhood. When a chance to get to Siberia to see actual mammoths comes, she jumps on it. However, a psychopathic hitman is out to [...]

    9. Trine is a girl who instantly knows the solution to any mystery that is presented to her. The only mystery she doesn't know is how she got this way. A mystery is presented to her about a frozen woolly mammoth in Siberia. She goes along on the expedition because what she hasn't told them is that there are live mammoths still there. Along the way she's being tracked by a sociopathic killer.The book is full of quirky characters and the plot moves fast once it gets actually going, maybe too fast. Ev [...]

    10. Because Trine instantly knows the answer to any mystery, she could have easily been OP. But the creators did a really good job of balancing her powers with everything going on around her. The artwork's pretty solid, too. Not my favorite, but definitely not the worst I've every seen. Looking forward to the next volume.

    11. It's a fun book. I thought it might be a young adult centered story, but it's not. Trine & her abilities to solve mysteries get wrapped up with a cold hearted and a mystery in Siberia. Her friends & Candide are a big part of the fun of the book.

    12. Public library copy. This was a fine detective story that felt like PBS could have aired as an episode in the style of Death In Paradise. I'm a fan of the author's wife Colleen Coover, but between reading Bandette and this work, he's, in my mind, a stellar writing talent.

    13. It's was pretty interesting, the art wasn't amazing but not bad. I would have given it 5 stars but some certain deaths were a little graphic for me personally.

    14. Loved this story. The art is amazing, the plot is reminiscent of Jessica Jones, but with a bad-ass British black woman in charge it's a refreshing addition to the comic scene.

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