The Killer's Cousin

The Killer's Cousin

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The Killer's Cousin 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was a great book. The good thing about it, is it's good for pretty much all ages. There is only one part that is inappropriate. VERY good ending.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was one of the books i had to read over the summer and i must say it was a really good book. I wasnt able to put the book down and finished it within a few days
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book just keeps you guessing from the beggining to the end.David is accused of murdering his girlfriend,Emily and is sent to live with his uncle and his strange family.He soon learns about secrets in their family that he can't imgine,Great ending! I would recommend this book to anyone.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Killer's Cousin is an awesome, awesome book!!! Kept me guessing up till the end!!! Some parts were sad and others weirded me out, but that made it all the better! Read this, its worth it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this book i read it for school and i dont really like reading but i just picked this book and found my self reading every second of the day when i finished i looked for a nother book to read by this auther and i found Locked inside is another good.book i couldnt stop reading i read it over and over again
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The author again hqd me stunned at her creativity and writing. This was a great thriller one of thr best I,ve ever read.
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David a senior moved to his aunt and uncle¿s house to finish high school after he got tried innocent for murder. He moved there to avoid the questions by many people about the death. David moving in caused many problems. His uncle was always fighting with Lily and Julie, and Lily didn¿t even want David to move in. Lily always acted really weird around David and then normal to everyone else. At night he would always hear voices and see shadows as he was trying to fall asleep. Then when he did fall asleep he often had nightmares about the murder. At school it was hard for David to find friends because they all knew he was apart of the death. Will David be able to get through living with his cousins and Lily especially? I liked this book because it always kept you guessing about what was going to happen next. The only bad thing about this book is the beginning is extremely confusing but as you read on it will all make sense. Overall this was a great book. Nancy Werlin is a great author and I think I will continue reading her books.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Nancy Werin¿s The Killer¿s Cousin is a captivating and mind blowing story. David, who was recently found innocent of murder, finds life in his home town harder than before his conviction. Living his life through the eyes of the public he decides to move to Boston and live with his aunt, Julia, and uncle, Vic. As David settles in he meets Lily, Vic and Julia¿s youngest daughter their oldest daughter died in a horrible suicide/bath-tub accident. David starts at a new school and he meets a semi-gothic Frank, after a few run-ins they become friends. David also meets Raina who lives in the bottom duplex of his new home. Just as David begins to relax in his new life style Lily seems to be getting more vicious. Then on Thanksgiving, at the dinner table Vic and Julia begin talking to each other for the first time since Kathy¿s death. This sends Lily, Vic and Julia¿s mediator, overboard. On top of all this David begins to see and hear the ghost of Kathy during the night. As Kathy¿s message becomes clearer everyday, Lily¿s tantrums get worse. Vic and Julia begin to believe that David is going insane. Is David really going insane, is David making everything up and did Kathy really kill herself. You will have to read Nancy Werlin¿s The Killer¿s Cousin to find all of this out. This is a great book and captivating mystery. I would recommend it to people who love a good mystery.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This novel is about a seventeen-year-old named David Yaffe who was acquitted for murdering his girlfriend and had to move in with his aunt Julia and his Uncle Vic in Cambridge, Massachusetts so he could get away from the media and the mean stares that he gets from neighbors and ex-friends. David Yaffe has a cousin¿s spirit named Kathy who died talking to him at night and his younger cousin Lily is basically rejecting him all of the time. Lily is furious when he moves in because he moved in the apartment that one time Kathy, the girl who died fur years ago, used to live in. David moves in because Lily never lets him forget his past by always saying, ¿Do you feel powerful?¿ David just shakes it off for a while but comes to find out that she need psychological help, but his aunt and uncle does not agree with David. David¿s days at school are nothing more eventful than it is at his aunt and uncle¿s house. David tries to find missing pieces of his life and put them together and also deal with the terrible incident that he caused. David has a skinhead for a classmate named Frank Delgado who looks mean and dangerous but really he is softer. Take this event for example, when everybody is choosing a kaballist for his project and the kabbalsits were very peaceful people and Frank knew a lot about them and their culture. So in conclusion, I really admire Nancy Werlin for making a novel as good as this one and I hope that anyone that reads this review will read this novel because it is a really good novel to read. This novel has everything you want out of a mysterious and suspense novel and a novel that would but your hair stand on end. So I really encourage you all to get this novel and read it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The killers Cousin This book is about a seventeen year old boy who is troubled by pas and present problems in his life. David Yaffe is acquitted of murder and moves to his aunt¿s house in Boston. He lived in the attic where his cousin died four years prior. His younger cousin Lily, is not pleased and plays pranks on him and gets her parents to evict him. During this time David gets visits from Kathy¿s Spirit (dead cousin), telling him to Help Lily! David, On the verge of insanity figures out that Lily killed Kathy the four yrs back but get kicked out into a hotel. That same night he goes jogging and Kathy¿s Spirit is yelling to David, ¿Help Lily! Help Lily!¿ His feet take him to his Aunts house where he was just kicked out from and it¿s on fire which he knew Lily started and is still in it. He rushes in and saves her, she was trying to commit suicide and they both decide to help each other with their problems. I liked that this book gives the reader a deeper look in the mind of a troubled person. One thing I disliked was that in the beginning of the book there were too many names and you didn¿t know what was going on. From this book I¿ve leaned humbleness, my problems are nothing compared to David;s. This book was also very ironic at many parts. Some books just go on and on, this book kept me interested. I invite all to read this book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I gave this two stars becuase it was not poor, but it was disappointing. I am sorry but i do not agree with y'all. This book did not thrill me or keep me in suspense. It was obvious what was going to happen, and it had nothing that i could relate to.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. The book is full of problems and emotions that people can kind-of relate to. It was a totally awesome, seat-gripping book. I reccomend this book to anyone.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a story about a boy named David, who goes to live with his aunt, uncle, and cousin after being accused for murder. He ends up living in their attic, the palce where his odd cousin's sister died. David begins hearing noises, seeing shadows, and no one is very hospitible towards him either. Now he must find out why his cousin is in need of dire need of help, before it's too late.
Guest More than 1 year ago
its about murder and alot of other things it was the best book ever! please read this book i gurantee you'll like it!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is awesome! There is some suspence and you really just need to read it. This book can make you think. This book has somw thrilling things going on in it and I really do recommend you to read this book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Killers Cousin was a real page turner. I have read it about 100 times no lie. It is just a book you can count on. If you need adventure, drama, mystery then this is a book you should read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! Great everything!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I liked the 'Killer's Cousin' because it is a good book. It is about a boy who fails his last year of high school and goes to live with his Uncle Vic , Aunt Julia , and cousin Lily . While he is there he talks to his cousin's ghost , who tells him to help her little sister, Lily.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I liked the story the Killer's Cousin because it was very interesting. The story is about a boy named David , who is acquitted of murder . David moves to Massachusetts to repeat his senioryear of high school. He decides to live in his Uncle Vic , Aunt Julia ,and their daughter Lily's attic appartment . There in the attic , he is haunted by his ghostly cousin Kathy , and his Aunt , Uncle , and cousin Lily start acting weird . The more David learns about his strange cousin Lliy , the harder it gets for him to avoid his past.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The book 'The Killer's Cousin' is about a boy who moves with his aunt & uncle after being acqitted of murder. He sees a mysterious shadow in his room. He always knew his aunt & uncle strange but he didn't know just how strange. His cousin Lily is acting very strange as if she has a secret. I highly recommend this book if you are between the ages of 12-17 years old and like mystery novels.
Guest More than 1 year ago
At first I thought this book was going to be weak but after reading it I realized how intersting it was. The twists and turns that happen as you discover the truth behind two different deaths makes you want to know what happens next. It is a real up to date book that deals with real issues and real drama. A really well written book.