The Lovely Bones

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Mystery and Crime  |  House: Booksie Classic

The Lovely Bones is about a girl who gets murdered and goes to a place that is not heaven but it is her world, she then watches her family from her world as they try to deal with the loss of their daughter and find out who the killer is.

The Lovely Bones is in my opinion a really good book (so good that it is my favourite book at the moment) filled with lots of heart warming moments as you witness the families ups and downs as they try to deal with their daughters death.

This book is kind of relaxed becuase the only really exciting bits are when the writer talks about the killer which is not that often but this makes sense to the story because if i was murdered I would much prefer to watch what my family is doing than watch my killer go about his daily routine.

When I was reading this book I got so involved with the characters that I actually shed a tear for them, if you ever read this book I would suggest that you arm yourself with a box of tissues as you will be reaching for them frequently.

So all in all this is a good book if you want an easy read that is not to dramatic but interesting enough to keep you reading to the end.

Ps don't critisise me to much this is my first book review :)


Submitted: June 26, 2010

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Holly Hawiye

It is alright, and it certainly conveys the message that you liked the book. My only recommendation is to use less repetition and stop saying HOW you felt about it and tell us about WHY you felt that way.

Sat, June 26th, 2010 8:55am

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thanks I had never written a book review before :)

Sat, June 26th, 2010 2:24am

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