Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Hate List by Jennifer Brown
Hate List touches on the difficult topic of a school shooting. It was different from a normal school shooting type of book because of the point of view, which was from the best friend of the person who did it; this was also a person that helped write the list that her best friend shot off of. As the school tries to figure out where the villian who helped write the list was, the main character ultimately learns about herself. I like the way flashbacks were interspersed throughout the book.