Let's go play at the Adams'
Publish date: January 28th 1974
Pages no: 282
Edition language: English
I've heard a lot about this book and finally found a copy to read. I have to say I wasn't overly impressed. The kids are nasty, to be sure, especially Paul. He was a true psycho in the making. The other terrifying thing was that the youngest evil kid was only 9! And they were so nonchalant about eve...
*Spoiler warning, just in case, but I don't think it really should count as a spoiler* Trigger Warning: Rape & Torture Part of me does not want to post this, but this book effected me so much, I just have to post this. I heard about this book a couple days ago and saw how expensive it was, so na...
...or let's not!!! I read this book as a young teenager. I found this to be a disturbing read that has stayed with me to this day! The thing that gets me every time, is that I repeatedly forget it was based on a real event, until I click on it on Goodreads, and see one of my friend's reviews dir...
I don't believe in the world of this book, nor in its worldview. HEAVY SPOILERS three children and two teens, ages 10 - 17, trap a 20-year old babysitter; over the course of a week, she is repeatedly tortured and raped. in the end, they torture her to death. I'm not a glass half-full kinda guy. I ...
I'll take it off the list, per Flannery's review. The idea that it might be boring is unbearable.
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