Saturday, November 23, 2013
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Anyway, the idea is that the main character, Alex, is date raped and at her very exclusive school; rather than getting administration involved the students can appeal to the Mockingbirds...a secret student run organization dedicated to righting wrongs. Alex is a very realistic character; not sure at first if there has been a crime; and the story really focuses on the belief that "only a yes means yes"...which is something that everyone needs to remind our teens and our adults.....sleeping or passing out isn't assent; it's just asleep or passed out. So the story is a good one; and the scenarios read true.....give it a shot
Thursday, November 07, 2013
I love this story....it felt so real and so raw and just sucked me in. I also liked that Zarr didn't try to make everything neat and tidy; because, let's face it...life is messy.
This is a fast moving thriller with several twists that make it a fun and exciting read. I kind of hope Zadoff does another one just so I can see what happens next.
This was another fun adventure story. It will definitely appeal to anyone who enjoys comics and stories in that genre......give it a shot, see what you think!
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