Friday, August 07, 2015

Review of the book The Bones Will Speak by Carrie Stuart Parks

I was excited to read this book from the very beginning. I anxiously waited to review this book, the minute it came out, I rushed to get it. This book is about a sketch artist named Gwen who has a daughter named Aynslee. Gwen ends up in trouble after she enters this case to find a serial killer who are killing women in the area. He is leaving clues that the cops are trying to figure out such as a pattern of where the victims are found, the fact that wolves are eating them after the victims are dead and how they are always near lilac bushes leaving a smell of lilac around the bodies. And then the serial killer turns to Aynslee and her daughter. Its not who you think it is. And its all because of how the person was mad at Gwen for her helping in a case a few years back. I also liked the discussion questions at the end of the book as well to make you think more about the plot/story. The question askes revenge is the opposite of forgiveness. Who else is seeking revenge. And the answer is the killer is seeking revenge for something that happened years ago. Another question is about Aynslee and asks Aynslee is self-centered at the start of the story. Does she change? What makes her change? The answer is yes she changes because she gets involved in the case and ends up helping other people making her not self-centered.

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