My life had always been blissfully, wonderfully normal. But it only took one moment to change everytRead Review
Kill the Possum
A girl desperate to live a normal life.
A family tormented by a monster's cruelty.
Two boys with a plan to make him stop. Forever.
There is really not much I can write about this book.
It is really well done. A down-to-earth book that oultines the true problems in struggling families, and the hurts of difficult relationships, this is something that each person has to read for themselves, if they want to learn about this.
It is how humility can provoke action and revenge, how love can tangle thingd up, and how lies can only send you backwards,
a family who experiences the effects of an abusive father evry second Sunday. They are nearing the end of their patience when Dillion and Tim make a plan that will stop him forever; however it has an outcome that they weren't expecting.
for manyy reasons. One was the topic covered made made me think about what it would be like to have an abusive father and how pleased I am not to be living and experiencing that ordeal. Another one was that I feel in love with the charcters and their personalities. It also made me think about life and how people can put up a wall and hide issues that they are experiencng at home which you don't even know about.
reading books about life and making you think about issues that relate to life.
sitting in a nice, quiet and comfortable spot, where you can just read and think.
of different genres of music, ranging from sweet loving music to suspenseful dangerous music.
This Book is about a guy called Dylan Kane.Dylan kane's father left him when he was young so Dylan doesn't now him much. Dylan likes this girl called Kirsty. she has a step-father called Ian Cartwright which has no feelings for nobody he can kill you just with his words. He has done alot to kirsty, Tim (kirstys brother)and kirsty's mother dylan kane try's to stop this
The best thing about this book is how kristy acts like a normal girl who has no problems but her life is full of them.
can't think of any
In your room by your self
a family, living under the cruelty of a tyrannical monster.
how all the feelings are so human. It left a huge lump in my throat; it was so real. The plot progression is fantastic, as well as the metaphor of the possum.
other realistic YA fiction. This book was a bit dark, a bit gritty. Not a book for pacifists, and it's best read when one really becomes the characters.
anywhere quiet, away from other people. It's a book to be read alone.
classic rock, or some good metal, maybe Black Sabbath.
Kirsty is desperate to live a normal life, she keeps her social and private life separate,
Her family has a fortnightly torment by her step father,
two boys Dylan and Tim who want to stop him forever.
It shows that you don't know a person just from what you see at school. That their life could be the complete opposite to what you thought.
In an park or in your favourite place