Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Hate List by Jennifer Brown

This was an intersting book about a school shooting from the perspective of the shooters girlfriend. As you read through the book, you can feel Valerie's pain of remembering the horrific events of that day, but at the same time you notice her healing and want to see her move on. The language is witty and comical- a welcome addition to dealing with a serious issue. Overall this a great book to read if you love stories with complex relationships; like Romeo and Juliet.

Rating; ****/*****

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