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Riverdale: The Day Before

Based on the massively successful CW show, Riverdale, this prequel novel explores what the gang was doing before Season One. Why did Jughead and Archie have a falling out? What did Veronica's life look like in the Big Apple? And how long has Betty really been in love with Archie? Told from multiple points of view, your favorite characters tell their story their way...

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Riverdale: The Day Before Reviews

  • Steven

    Good quick fun read to start off the new year! If your a riverdale fan then a for sure read!

  • Jordan (The Heart of a Book Blogger)

    This review and more can be found at The Heart of a Book Blogger.

    After binge-watching season one in a day, my brother and I have tuned in every week for each new Riverdale episode. The combination of a murder mystery and high school drama excites and entertains us! When I found a prequel novel was being published, I was definitely intrigued.

    Each chapter of Riverdale: The Day Before switches off between our four main characters (Jughead, Archie, Betty, and Veronica) and includes little snippets f

  • Holly

    I was pretty excited about this book. I've been a massive fan of the Archie comics and Riverdale and I wanted insight into the events that happened before the show aired. So, of course I pre-ordered this when a friend tipped me off to it being published.

    I'm not going to lie, I was majorly disappointed with it. The only parts I really liked were Betty's (we literally had no clue what she was up to in LA). Although I hated where Micol Ostow left off in her POV. And also, there was no clue or reas

  • Doris Ware

    Good book.

  • Grace

    A fun sick day read. Solid 3.5 stars. What can I say, I’m trash for Riverdale?

  • Adriana

    I could easily get into this story thanks to the TV series and the flow of the story. All the characters felt like themselves the majority of time. I think Only Betty and Archie had a couple of moments towards the end that were written a little differently than expected. Overall, this was an easy and fun read.

    Longer review to come.