Andrew Nelson Nelson itibaren Upland QLD 4726, Avustralya
Creepy, freaky, scary, gory, great!!! Excellent art and dialogue, suspenseful and has a wonderfully creepy supernatural element. Probably better for high school vs junior high as there is a lot of blood, gore and murder. Of course, all of those things are what will make it appealing to readers, too. I am generally a chicken when it comes to horror stories, but I couldn't stop reading this because I really wanted to find out what happens! I can't wait to read the next volume!
Not as good as the rest of the Wallflower series, but better than Secrets of a Summer Night. I guess I felt sort of cheated by the guy that Daisy ended up with, because all the other romantic leads had been introduced in previous books.
This book depicts small town life at the turn of the century. "What will people think?" is always on their minds. It tells the story of a boy coming of age and an old man scandalizing the town by marrying a woman half his age just months after his wife dies. I think this book is a great portrayal of life during that time. It is hard to believe it took place over 100 years ago. The entire story is written in the colloquialism of the south during that time, which makes it even more real. So many times after reading a chapter, I would find myself thinking in the same colloquialism! This is one of those books filled with so many great stories, it keeps your attention all through out. And it appeals to every emotion - action, romance, humor, drama. An all-around great book!
A review is not needed for Scott Pilgrim. 'Nuff said.