Seven Deadlies: A Cautionary Tale (Library)
Publish date: January 1st 2014
Publisher: Center Point Pub
Pages no: 500
Edition language: English
I was really really not expecting that ending, probably because the whole thing was built into this Dahl-like world where you know these things are completely insane and yet you believe them. None of it, even the ending, was intended to be taken terribly seriously, and sometimes that's a lot of fun.
I received a copy of this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.This book is narrated by 14 year old Perry Gonzales, a scholarship student at a ritzy L.A. private school, who tutors fellow students. Along the way, she and her fellow students exhibit the seven deadly sins - l...
When I was offered to review Seven Deadlies, I thought, "...Cool!" There weren't many reviews on Goodreads, despite the fact that it was already released, but at least from the summary it sounded like something I would like. With its unique premise of being written like a college admissions letter, ...
MY THOUGHTS ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT Perry Gonzales is a scholarship student at an elite Beverly Hills private school with her sights set on an elite college. The story is told in the form of letters to the admissions officer there and with wonderfully dark humor that will appeal to adults as much as it...
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