by Chris Crutcher
Reviewed by Priyanka P.
Niles North High School, 10th Grade
Period 8 is lunch for Paulie and his friends, they all go to Mr. Logsdon’s room and talk about life. Paulie’s life isn’t the best though, he just broke up with his perfect girlfriend, and there’s a lot of mysterious things happening with his friends that he doesn’t know about. This is a book that would be good for anyone who enjoys dramas, and mysteries. The book starts off very slow, and nothing much happens at the beginning, but once you get into the book, you won’t be able to put it down. The main conflict in this book is that people are going missing, and acting strange, and Paulie and his friends can’t tell who to trust. When I first started reading the book, after every chapter I would think “what did I just read?” But I kept on reading and then a lot was happening at once, and I ended up reading the whole thing in one night. It’s a fast read, and definitely a good book. Everything starts to unfold nice and slow at the end. I strongly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys mysteries because it’s different from your average mystery books. You’ll have to read the book to find out what happens to Paulie and his friends.
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