Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
May 4, 2015Book review is up on
The nicest things I can say about this book are, the literary refrences were cool and it was well written. Overall I was disgusted by the plot and the basis behind these kids and their problems and how they deal with them. I definately would not let my teenager read this book.
I liked the premise of Belzhar, but the execution did not always work for me. Sure it has a very strange turn of events that I was not expecting, but it's the way everyone acted about these events that bothered me most. I get that this world of Belzhar—an alternative reality this “breakfast club” jo...
At first I had no desire to read this book, the cover did nothing for me and the synopsis looked rather boring so why did I pick it up? I have no idea, seriously. I was going through the new releases at the library and I just grabbed it and boy, am I glad that I did! Reading this as a buddy read wit...
A copy of this novel was provided by Simon & Schuster Australia for review. I just don't particularly know where to start talking about Belzhar. I know that I can say I had quite high hopes for this book – I mean, a girl who writes in a journal and is reunited with her dead boyfriend? Hells to the...
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