Tuesday, September 13, 2016
I thought this was really good because it kept my curiosity up wondering what happened to his mother and if he would ever see her again. The title chapters also were pretty clever and wasn't sure who it was that was being interrogated. I felt very bad for poor Jasper. I thought it moved a little slow though and did not care for all the swearing in it.
(Karen's review, 4 stars)
Gerard liked it better:
In The Buried Book by D. M. Pulley, 9-yr.-old Jasper lives with his parents in Detroit. His parents are not exactly hands on. One day Jasper's mom takes him to his uncle and aunt's farm, leaving him there. Now, Jasper has problems. He has never lived on a farm and doesn't know when or if his mom is coming back. Jasper wants answers and will do anything to get them.
I thought this book was very good! Jasper is a great character and believe me, you do not know what is going to happen until the end. The writing is that good! Must Read!
(Gerard's review 9-1-16, 5++ stars)
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