sammonroy wrote:the fault in our stars by john green i would say 4/5 its a good book all in all but the story seems so predictable
I read it too and found it to be a good story as well, yes predictable somewhat as we knew death was imminent but the story was moving and I found it to be funny at times as well as sad.
-- 05 Aug 2012, 06:37 --
fitzml wrote:The last book I read was "The Stranger Beside Me," by true-crime writer Ann Rule, about the capture and trial of serial killer Ted Bundy. The book was longer than I thought was necessary, but some of her personal anecdotes and her character study were fascinating. I'd give it 8 out of 10 stars.
I read that a very long time ago and I remember it being a very good read. For a while I was fascinated by true crime and read many of them.
-- 05 Aug 2012, 06:48 --
I haven't been on here for a while! The last books I've read were: The Book Thief, which is the first Historical fiction genre I've ever read and it was fantastic! It was about a little girl in Germany during the war and the story was so riveting. Markus Zusak's first book is very well written and I would most definitely recommend it with a 4.5 out 5 stars!
Next last book I've read was "Second World" by Jeremy Robinson. It's an apocalyptic story, well written and fast paced thriller. A mindless read not very meaty but entertaining never the less. 3.5 stars out of 5 fort this one.