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Confessions by Kate Brian
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May 19, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: 7th-grade-ir-books-deborah

Once Josh Hollis, Reed's boyfriend is arrested for the murder of Thomas Pearson, Reed's dead boyfriend, everyone at Easton goes back to normal because they all know who the murderer is--except for Reed. She is unconvinced that Josh was not the murderer, which means that the killer is still out there. Reed will do anything to stop him... or her?
I can give a text to text connection with the book Better Than Best. In the book Better Than Best, things are going great for 11 year old Jenna Song, until she finds out that her parents are adopting a baby from Korea, and the exact day they fly over to Korea Jenna finds out she has another extreamly special event that she can't miss... These books relate to eachother because both the characters have difficult issues that they have to deal with.
I rated this book 5 stars because like all the other books in the series, you never want to stop reading. I would recommend this book to anyone who LOVES drama and mysteries.


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