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Posted December 28, 2002
if u dont read this book u dont no wat ur missing!! =-)
I absolutley loved this book.My class was in the library one day and i saw the title and it was very intresting to me because it was longer then usual and a girl was on the front who looked kinda confused or disturbed or something...and i read the back and it mentioned the cops and i have also had a past with the cops so i was like hey this book might have something in here i could relate to so i checked it out and loved it.i was kinda astonished to see all those bad words in a book at a middle school.but it just brought more life to it because come on, these days every 1 uses bad language its the real world!!so all and all I would recommend this to any one who is like me!! and loves a books.u see its a kinda book that starts out with the ending and then goes into to detail of what happened and in the first page it makes u wonder "how did she get there?, what happened?, did she do it ? or who and why?" and she ask her socila worker if she can write her own prelimanary report about how she met mr.green and the other guy and what could of started this murderand it just says "the facts speak for themselves" plz read it or u dont no wat ur missing and brock cole props to ya!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 25, 2002
This book was really pretty good. I read it in about two days. There was just something about it that made me want to keep reading, like how on the very first paragraph they put the part where she is at the police station. That first paragraph was what made me want to keep reading the book. I wanted to find out what happened and why she was there. The author did a really good job making the book suspensful. I liked it because so many different things happened to her. It didnt just focus on one thing. There were some parts i didnt like because the author would add things out of nowhere. It made me confused and made the book hard to understand. All and all I thought that The Facts Speak for Themselves was a really good book and i recommend that your read it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 11, 2000
This is an excellent book, however you probably should be 13 and over to truly appreciate the storyline. This is a story of high emotional content and is on a pretty serious topic: rape. The young, somewhat naive, voice of the narrator is one which brings about a highly emotional atmosphere. I recommend it highly, a book you won't be able to put down, and one definitely worthy of your time.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.