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Considering Stephen King is known for his suspenseful horror and hyper-descriptive storytelling, I was genuinely surprised that he swapped horror for crime. This book caught my attention and wouldn't let go.
11/10 would recommend :)
-Danny Lewis, BCECHS Student
This book served as a great read and a good look into the life and madness of those disillusioned by their heroes and forced to stand up and fight for themselves.
-Noah Prevatte, BCECHS Student
The book was really good and touched on some of the things teens today face. For example, crushes, losing friends, problems at home, etc. It was a book that keeps your interest the whole time.
-Da'Knotica Randolph, BCECHS Student
This book is an excellent read if you are interested in books about independence, and how the world can go to crap in a single minute.
-William Twigg, BCECHS Student