Fell Back

Fell Back

by M.E. Kerr
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Fell Back 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you have an interest in murder mysteries then you will definitely want to read ¿Fell Back¿ which was written by M.E.Kerr in 1991. This book is a sequel to the first book ¿The Books of Fell¿. ¿Fell Back¿ is about a kid named John Fell who is trying to solve whether his friend Paul Lasher committed suicide or was murdered. I can understand why John Fell would be unsure on how his friend died ¿No one who knows he is about to get a new Porsche for his birthday kills himself¿ ¿Oh, come on, Daddy! He gave his VCR away, his watch, the Mont Blanc pen you bought him for Christmas. He was planning it!¿ I personally didn¿t like how the author would change the setting so quickly and how the characters could be talking about something then the subject would randomly change to something eles. I found the beginning of the book to be very boring but from the middle on it started to become more interesting and made me want to keep reading. The ending was the most exciting part because everything started to come together and make sense. I honestly don¿t like to read but, this book makes me want to read the first book and any book that sequels off of this one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found this book too confusing. Sometimes I didn't even know what was going on. I would recommend 'Fell' and 'Fell Back.' I enjoyed them alot more, you would have to read those stories to understand this one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The book i read was 'Fell Back' by M. E. Kerr The book wasnt so bad, i only read that book of the seris so it might of helped to read the other books. There was a lot of desription in the book and at times it was very exciting, but also at times it was boring. The reason i gave it three stars is because the book it self was good but i think i have to read the other two books to understand it better.