Review: Ninth Grade Slays

Posted: 13/04/2015 in book reviews, books
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Ninth Grade Slays Ninth Grade Slays by Heather Brewer
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Henry’s cousin annoys me. And has the fanatical devotion to his cause that I associate most with religious (and anti religion) fanatics that just want to shove their beliefs down your throat and try to get you to believe as they do (which they annoy me in their own right). Somewhere nearish to page 107 I noticed a punctuation error. There’s a random period in the middle of a sentence and I’m not sure if it was missed in editing or if it was an error that happened AFTER editing. But that bothered me. I like that Vlad got some actual training. And am envious that he got to travel. D’ablo is still acting like a devil (coincidence with his name amirite?) There’s still plot holes (seriously it was even mentioned in the story, it’s a small town how hard is it to find one person? that it takes all of or a majority of a year to find them?). Overall I’m kind of meh about this book. I get the awkward teenager thing because everyone has gone through that phase (even if it doesn’t hit til adulthood or hits while still a child) from what I gather. And the being bullied thing. It surprises me that no adults have noticed the bullying on one hand. On the other hand it doesn’t surprise me at all. And I still want to punch Eddie in the face. As well as Vlad’s bullies.

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