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Death Sentence by Alexander Gordon Smith
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Apr 15, 12

Read from April 11 to 13, 2012

AWESOMENESS!!! (I know, I have a way with words right?) I am truly glad that I didn't discover this series until it was complete, I cannot imagine being left with these cliffhangers and having to wait for the next one...you think Furnace is cruel? It's nothing compared to these cliffhangers, LOL!
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Lisa Isn't it the best when the series already or almost near complete? We ordered number 4 and it should be here by the end of the week. (Sarah used a gift card!)


Jeanie You didn't buy the Nook book?! I bought it and am about half way through!


Lisa No, because Sarah has the others in book form and she wanted to complete her collection. She used a Christmas gift card. She bought that one and more to finish up a new series she's reading called Gone. I'm going to snag those from her too.


message 4: by Leslee (new)

Leslee Question: Is this book really a teen book? Sounds awfully dark to me. That said, I download the story for 99 cents. I'll see if I like it well enough to download the rest.


message 5: by Jeanie (last edited Apr 17, 2012 03:19PM) (new) - rated it 5 stars

Jeanie Yes, I do think it is perfectly fine for teens. As a matter of fact, I just recommended them to my nephew who just turned 14. They ARE creepy and I'm not sure how you feel about violence, but I'm not going to lie, there is a great deal of it in these books. I personally don't think it's more than my nephew can handle, but I think it just depends on how mature the teen is that your giving it to. Again, I would think that these are fine for all teens but everyone is different :) Hope that helps! Maybe Lisa can chime in too cause her daughter has read them all too :)


message 6: by Leslee (new)

Leslee When I downloaded it from B&N they were saying the age range was 12-17. I think 12 might be a little young, but I imagine 14 year olds could handle it. Guess you could say the same of the Harry Potter books and the Hunger Games trilogy. Both of which I loved and I have friends whose 10-year olds have read the HP series. These just sounded a LOT darker that those. I guess I'll read to story and see. Thanks for responding! I love some of the suggestions I get through here!


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