Title: The Confession
Publisher: Parachute Press, Inc.
Year Published: 1996
“All Julies friends hated Al. They all wished Al were dead. But that doesn’t mean one of them killed him. Julie knows her friends. She knows they are innocent.
Until one of them confesses.
Julie and her friends promise to keep the killers secret. After all, they know he would never kill again.
Or would he?”
Kate’s Rating: 3/5
- What drew you to this book?
♥The thrill I get from reading. I love suspense.
♥Honestly, I would have to say this is not one of his better books. Although I did like it, it wasn’t as good as some others I’ve read. My favourite would have to be Twisted because there was a ton of suspense.
♥ When the characters went roller skating.
♥ I like Hillary a lot because of her spunk.
♥ I would suggest a bigger thrill content. Although it did have moments of suspense, it didn’t have all I had hoped for.
♥ I felt that the setting was easy to visualize. When I closed my eyes I could really see Shadyside.
♥ Firstly, I would like to mention that I got this book from the Young Adult section at my library, so I would have to say that this book is meant for an older group. Secondly, personally I think if you like the horror aspect of books this is a pretty decent first read if you don’t’ want to jump in all the way.
SPOILER♥Moments to Remember♥SPOILER♥Pg. 25
“’Why?’ Hillary demanded. ‘Why’d they suspend him?’Vincent grinned at us. ‘Al rolled up his English term paper and smoked it in front of Mrs. Hirsch.’”
“’Didn’t you used to baby-sit for those twins?’ Hillary asked as I skated up beside her.I nodded. ‘I just fell on one of them,’ I told her. ‘But not hard enough!’”
Thanks so much for reading,