Friday, October 1, 2010

Review: Heartless - Sara Shepard

WherI got it: Library
Rating: 5 stars 
Cover Rating: 4 stars 
Genre: Young Adult 
Publication Date: June 1, 2010
Publisher: HarperTeen
Page Count: 274 p.

** Series Spoilers and Rant**

This was yet another book that ended with a what?!?! that made you have to pick up the next one right away. Emily goes and hangs out at a Amish farm for awhile and discovers that Officer Wilden used to be Amish and left and so did his girlfriend, who might be the girl in the hole, which would explain how they saw Ali. A gets Hanna shipped off to a looney bin. All in all this book held a lot of surprises and I can't wait to read the conclusion to all this madness and find out who new A is and who the girls saw in the woods when they went up and flames.

First Line:
"Ever have something really important just up and vanish without a trace?"

Favorite Line:
"According to the Amish Wikipedia entries she'd read, rumspringa was a time when Amish teenagers could leave their homes and experience things Emily took for granted, like wearing normal clothes, working, and driving cars."  

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