Publish date: July 30th 2013
Publisher: Razorbill Canada
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Creeps is told through two distinct narrative styles: unsent, heartfelt letters that Wayne Pumphrey writes to individuals (and sometimes locations), and third person narration. While it was nice to see an unbiased view of the situations through the third person narrative, those scenes paled in compa...
Creeps by Darren Hynes was one of those reads that I could only take in moderation. Every time I would read a little further into the book, I was feeling so overwhelmingly sad and upset with the events that would transpire! This is one of those books about bullying that really got me to the core. ...
There aren't many books that leave me reading until midnight, but this one did. Wow! Full review to comeMy ThoughtsOpening this book is like pulling down the lever on a roller coaster. Once you're in, you can't get out until it's over. You go through all of the emotional ups and downs with the main ...
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