Publish date: March 7th 2013
Publisher: Hodder Children's Books
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
This review contains spoilers.Siege was a novel that I was actually pretty nervous to read when it came time to pick it up. First of all, the cover of the ARC is very jarring and screams unrelenting violence. Second of all, with recent events of the world it seemed like one that would be hard to re...
If I don't shout maybe I can save myself, save the rest of us. But I don't know how I can just look on and watch a murder. Can you do that? Can you look on and do nothing? It feels like I ought to do something. It feels like all of this was because we all just stood by and did nothing, in the before...
So at work yesterday we received 20 preview chapter samplers for this book and then today I receive the actual book in the mail from Hachette. I think the world is telling me that I need to read this book. Soon.(The spine is pretty spiffy!)
‘Siege’ is an intense and confronting novel. You can’t read it without getting emotional. In light of current situations, a high school gun and hostage situation is a pretty powerful topic, and Sarah Mussi captures the danger and destruction that goes along with it very well. The book is set slightl...
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