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By Shay Ray Stevens | Comments: ( 635 ) | Date: ( Jun 04, 2020 )

One Two Three Four Five Six.Dead.Wait I mad.And now they will never see the truth Because when you re dead, you are only the stories that people tell about you This is the story of me This is the story of the me you see After six people are shot at a small town community theater, people gather to attend the funeral of one of the victims seventeen year oldOne Two Three Four Five Six.Dead.Wait I mad.And now they will never see the truth Because when you re dead, you are only the stories that people tell about you This is the story of me This is the story of the me you see After six people are shot at a small town community theater, people gather to attend the funeral of one of the victims seventeen year old Stefia As those who knew Stefia best privately share their memories of her, we discover a collective picture of a girl everyone loved but no one really knew.Who was Stefia Who knew her best And why was she targeted in the shooting Enter stage right and prepare for the dark brilliance found in Author Shay Ray Stevens gripping new novel THE ME YOU SEE Ms Stevens will captivate you as she explores the tainted shadows hiding in plain sight on the stage of life.When shadows are scattered by spotlight, who will you choose to see


  • Title: The Me You See
  • Author: Shay Ray Stevens
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 124
  • Format: ebook

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Shay Ray Stevens

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Comments The Me You See

  • Brandy Corona

    Once in a long while, you come across a book that is so raw, so completely gritty that it truly takes your breath away, and leaves an imprint on your heart that won't ever go away. This is what happened for me when I read an ARC of The Me You See.I've had it up to here (motions to my chin) of reading the same storylines over and over. It happens. But TMYS has revived my love of reading and its all thanks to Shay Ray Stevens' ability to pen a story that is unique and beautiful. I won't post spoil [...]


  • Michele Breaux-Rowley

    This novel was quite a departure for Shay Ray Stevens. Having read two of her earlier books, I was anticipating the snarky wit, biting humor, and gut busting laughter that accompanied Lost: One Pair of Rose Colored Glasses and Found: One Craving for Everything. What I got was The Me You See, a dark, twisted, deep, suspenseful, edge of your seat thriller.I applaud you Ms. Stevens. This book, while dark in its subject matter was a stark reminder of not only our humanity, but that of those around u [...]


  • Brandi

    **I received an ARC of this book in return for an honest review**Sometimes I get stuck in a rut. It feels like I am reading the same story line over and over again with different characters in a series. Then you have an Author like Shay Ray Stevens come along. This isn't my first rodeo with her, and I hope it won't be my last.The Me You See follows Stefia's story through the eyes and minds of those who thought they knew her. As you follow each character, you learn a little more about Stefia and [...]


  • Brad Kadlec

    I received an advanced copy of The Me You See. What a great book! I would compare this book to a symphony of instruments where you hear one solitary instrument in the beginning, then more are added until you hear a masterpiece at the end! I was so entertained, and I can't wait for more of my family to read it so we can talk about it. If you keep putting out clever books like this, Shay Ray Stevens, then you will have me buying them all! Thank you for the experience and I am on pins and needles a [...]


  • D. Emery Bunn

    The Me You See is a story about the void someone leaves behind when they are suddenly no longer there. More specifically, how people react when a girl is killed.CharactersIf there's anything this book has a lot of, it's characters. Each chapter is a new character, putting in their view of Stefia, the person killed in the very first chapter.And despite having a cast list of fourteen different people, my highest praise for this book is the characters. Each of them has their own personality, their [...]


  • Douglas B Wimmer

    I received an ARC of The Me You See from the the author in exchange for an honest review. Other than the Shay Ray Stevens' blog and tweets I had not read any of her previous books prior to this one, so I do not know how they compare. I do know upon reading this book, however, that she hits a home run with this original and often times disturbing account of a shooting spree that takes place at a local theater. The Me You See is not told in a the standard linear style. Instead each chapter is writ [...]


  • Dylan Hearn

    A compelling, thought provoking mystery.In The Me You See, Shay Ray Stevens has created an excellent mystery. On the surface, Stefia appears to be the the perfect young girl - warm, funny, intelligent - but as the book progresses we find the truth about Stefia is far more complex than first appears.Stevens has successfully pieced together a compelling narrative based around the memories of Stefia's friends and family. The timeline jumps back and forth, covering important events from Stefia's lif [...]


  • Mandy

    I read an ARC of The Me You See and was hooked by a couple short chapters in.Have you ever wondered how people really are on the inside? Behind closed doors? What dark secrets they hold? Ms. Stevens weaves a great tale of the secrets that lurk inside the life of a young small town actress, Stefia, who was adored by most in her little town. In The Me You See, we meet people that occupy a space and time in Stefia's life and learn about the girl that each of them knew. Some people will make you smi [...]


  • Erin McFadden

    I received an advance release copy of "The Me You See" by Shay Ray Stevens from the author. Ms Stevens has created a fantastic work of suspense that is capable of making you flinch, squirm, and will leave you emotionally conflicted. It is thought provoking and intense in the best possible way. "The Me You See" deals with the messy aftermath of a mass shooting at a public venue and the private stories of individuals whose lives were both blessed and scarred by the deaths. Each story interweaves t [...]


  • Kimberly Mckinney

    I got to read an ARC (advanced reader copy) of The Me You See. I loved Shay Ray's previous two books, so I was very excited to read this one. It was clear from the first paragraph that this book was going to be unlike anything I had ever read from her. This book has the same grab your attention style that Stevens is known for, and her ability to have you fall in love with a character is evident from the onset, but this book is dark and that was delicious. I love how every chapter lets you unwrap [...]


  • Frogs

    Stefia, who is more fragmented than her name, is revealed to the reader, not by herself, but by the menagerie of residents of Granite Ledge. Some of these characters you know, some you don't know, some you hope you never know. Through these same characters you will see yourself, be appalled that you see yourself and pray you never see yourself. Just when you think you know Stefia, you won't know her. Get to know her again and the author adds another dimension to her that will have you questionin [...]


  • Sarah Jenson

    I was on the edge of the seat, and found myself holding my breath in anticipation quite often! Shay painted each scene so beautifully that I felt like I was right there watching it all unfold before my eyes. Each chapter reveals a different character. The chapters flow together in a way that makes not want to put the book down until you find out what happens next. Then you get to that final scene and WOW! I was blindsided by the endinge work Shay! Really brilliant work! I received an advanced re [...]


  • Stephanie

    Wow - this is a "dark" read that kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time. The characters are really what makes the book and it definitely puts in perspective how people perceive one another. Yes, the book is disturbing but it is honestly one of the best written books that I've read. Each chapter is from a different character's perspective and although the pieces start to come together, the final twist is completely shocking and unexpected. This is a book that I couldn't put down and once [...]


  • Julie

    I enjoyed this fascinating picture of the girl that everyone adored, built up like a jigsaw-puzzle, one person's perceptions (and preconceptions) at a time. If at times I found the individual accounts a little obsessive, by the end, I understood why. The writing is strong and at times visceral and the characters are not universally likeable, which is all for the better. If I have one criticism, it's that there wasn't quite enough distinction between the voices of the individual characters - but [...]


  • Roops

    There are stories that you want to read in one sitting and there are some that you want to read slowly to relish it in entirety. This was one of the books I wanted to read slowly so I could understand who was the Stefia. Very well written book and while reading the book and after finishing it, I am kind of shocked and stunned !!It makes you question how do people perceive you and what you truly are???


  • Raelee Carpenter

    Shay Ray Stevens doesn't write Every Other Book; her story-telling style is one of the most original I've come across in a long time. In this psychological thriller, she lines up the witnesses to a mass murder and lets the reader piece together the broken bits of truth that each character knows. It's beautiful, genius, and thought-provoking. Read. This. Book.


  • Olivia

    Oh. My. Gosh.This book is an amazingly deep and introspective story that keeps you engaged from the beginning to the end. It's well written and mind blowing in places. If I had one warning for you on this book, it's that you will feel. By the end of the book, you will see the world a little bit differently. I guarantee it.


  • Kelli

    A MUST READ!! This book had my attention from the minute I started. Looking forward to reading more of Shay Ray Stevens books


  • Graeme Cumming

    Sometimes you pick up a book simply out of curiosity. And then you start to read it and you become even more curious. And I mean that in a good way. The premise behind The Me You See is that every person means different things to different people – but I’m not spoiling the story for anyone by saying that. Knowing it, though, means you expect twists along the way. To be fair, the main twists were at the end, and that worked well. Normally I’m not a fan of books that include first person nar [...]


  • Scott Burtness

    This was an interesting and enjoyable read!You know the 'ending' at the beginning, and then the story leading up to 'the ending' is told through the eyes of family and friends, all of whom have unique perspectives and insights about the main character. The book is basically a who-dunnit, but the way the story unfolds is really nice. More and more pieces fall into place as you look through the various characters' eyes, and the pieces get darker and sadder as the story progresses.What I liked best [...]


  • Mel

    This is the first book that I have read by this author, an author that I knew nothing about. Colleen Hoover featured this book on her Facebook page (I think it was for a giveaway, I actually liked the cover and the title so I grabbed it). I'm glad that I did. I really liked the way this was written, I'm not a huge fan of POV books but this was done well. Each character gave you an insight into the character that was featured in the first chapter; Stefia. Those characters helped you see Stefia th [...]


  • Debi Smith

    The Me You See is a well-woven tale that will keep you turning the page, wanting more. The story kept my brain engaged, working to figure out the angles and the end. Shay uses multiple points of view to show us that it isn't always nature versus nurture, that we watch as a way to participate, and the person you see isn't always who they really are.


  • Holly

    Interesting concept. Executed well but I can't help but feel the need for more closure.


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