The Lovely Bones
The spirit of fourteen-year-old Susie Salmon describes her murder, her surprise at her new home in heaven, and her witness to her family's grief, efforts to find the killer, and attempts to come to terms with what has happened.
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DepressingUser Review - desmn - Overstock.com
I found this book a bit depressing. Perhaps, I don't want to read about the extreme sadness of the unraveling of a family caused by a child's death? However, I also found this book difficult to get ... Read full review
Review: The Lovely BonesUser Review - Seth Hahne - Goodreads
One book, two rapes. How's that for a bargain? (The book only advertises one.) Yuck. The book in question is Alice Sebold's The Lovely Bones. I'm not giving anything away by saying it's a book about a ... Read full review