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Apr 09, Amanda rated it liked it Recommends it for: Scarpetta fans with a lot of patience and tolerance. This book gets a three because I like the series as a whole, will probably always like it, and will keep reading until she either dies or ends the series.
I liked the fact that there was new Kay Scarpetta material, I guess. I also like that she has her own office and facility again - that whole Florida episode was just odd.
What I don't like is the fact that Cornwell insists on making every single major character completely miserable all the time. Can't someone be at least reasonably content for This book gets a three because I like the series as a whole, will probably always like it, and will keep reading until she either dies or ends the series.
Can't someone be at least reasonably content for at least the duration of a single novel? Ever since Benton "died" whatevs, Wesley, what evs , things have generally gone downhill.
Like I said, I'll keep reading, but I hope that future volumes are a little less daytime soap melodrama and a little more vintage Scarpetta.
And if anyone finds Marino, would you kick him in the nuts for me? View all 4 comments. Dec 05, Debi Gerbasi added it.
PC had the perfect chance with this book, this storyline to bring the characters full circle. The team of Scarpetta, Marino, Lucy and Wesley is coming apart at the seams.
Using Dr Self and the animous she has for Kay kept waiting for that to blow Rose being so prominent. What's with Scarpetta crying for the bird that flys into the window but lets her longtime friend and partner sink.
Then he goes over the edge damn near to the point o Dissapointed. Then he goes over the edge damn near to the point of rape??????? He must have been on a different planet.
Damn I sure wish she'd go back to the 1st person narrative and bring the characters back from the dark side.
Dec 21, Danielle rated it did not like it Shelves: So, technically I didn't finish it. But I read pages of it, so I feel somewhat qualified to say that this book fails in many ways.
I love old-school Patricia Cornwell. I have read The Body Farm numerous times. She writes wonderfully, her stories were vivid and terrifying - or at least they used to be.
Her last few books, beginning with the book Blow Fly have been dr So, technically I didn't finish it. Her last few books, beginning with the book Blow Fly have been dreadful.
With her switch from first-person narrative to third-person omniscient narrative, Cornwell totally lost my interest in the books. We no longer have that integral connection to the main character.
The murders are still interesting, but the characters have become boring and repetitive. In Book of the Dead , we see Cornwell's characters reciting the same old lines and engaging in the same old behaviors from books from years past - few of the characters seem to have grown in any positive or redemptive way at all.
My interest is gone - I'll read Kathy Reichs instead. Feb 14, Christine rated it did not like it. This is one of the worst books I've ever suffered through.
Rich finally asked me why I was still reading it after i exclaimed aloud for the umpteenth time about how awful it was, and all I could do to explain was talk about how much I enjoyed the early books she wrote and how I couldn't believe how it kept getting worse and I had to see how it panned out.
The early ones really were fun, technically interesting, interesting characters, decently written never anything amazing , thrilling a This is one of the worst books I've ever suffered through.
The early ones really were fun, technically interesting, interesting characters, decently written never anything amazing , thrilling and generally pleasant little reads.
The last one of hers that I read about years ago was not up to the standard of the others I'd remembered and bizarrely had changed from first person in the first dozen or so books to the third person , but when I found this one on a free book pile I thought I'd give it another chance.
What a mistake - the characters didn't make any sense, most of them displayed bizarre behavior, dialogs were choppy, nonsensical and at times pathological.
As I read I kept thinking about how many cardinal signs of mental illness were present in different elements of the book - rampant paranoia by some characters, weird fixations, hypersexualization, hugely disordered thinking.
It was so bad it was almost fascinating to keep reading it. A little research on the author reveals that she does indeed have some mental health issues of her own which makes things make a little more sense.
How could her publisher have let this go to press without substantial editing? I'm glad I didn't spend any money on this book or I would have felt cheated, as it is the few hours of time I spent reading it were a sad loss.
Dec 29, Joanie rated it liked it. I read this book because I've read the whole Kay Scarpetta series, but I'm a little dismayed. I dunno if Cornwell is tired of these characters or is having a hard time in her own life, but she's turned these characters into such bitter, screwed up freaks that the books are getting depressing.
If I hadn't invested myself in these people several books ago, there's no way I would've bothered to finish this, I think.
The murder mystery part of it was interesting, but it wasn't enough to distract fro I read this book because I've read the whole Kay Scarpetta series, but I'm a little dismayed.
The murder mystery part of it was interesting, but it wasn't enough to distract from the empty and painful lives Cornwell's visited upon all her main charcters.
View all 3 comments. Jan 09, Athena rated it did not like it. In my opinion this has got to be one of the worst books Cornwell has written. Ok, I understand that the story have to do with people who have serious psychological problems but it seems that Cornwell decided to make all the characters …….
Kay Scarpetta is an unhappy and boring woman. It is a mystery to me why men fall in love with her. She should have some charismas No More Cornwell.
The men, lets see how I can describe some of the main characters. Benton seems to have lost his intelligence, Marino, although never an angel now has become a complete creep.
I really struggled on through to the end, but it is not that bad if you want to read something easy on the airplane, like me, or in the beach.
Jul 17, Quillracer rated it did not like it Shelves: I gave up reading the Scarpetta series 20 pages into this book when I realized I didn't give a you-know-what about the fate of the characters--didn't care if they lived or died.
I gave it 1 star just to give it a rating, but in my opinion, it doesn't even deserve that. Jan 22, Johanna rated it did not like it.
I fear even an autopsy would struggle to uncover anything new here. View all 8 comments. Oct 29, Vivienne rated it it was ok Shelves: I have loved the Kay Scarpetta series since its inception but have been disappointed in the last three and this one I am adding to that list.
Her change in narrative style that began at that point in 'Blow Fly' seems to have been the down-turning point.
Despite a strong start, tracking down the murderer seemed to take a back seat to the constant misery of the main characters. I never warmed to the brattish Lucy who is now even more insufferable given her extreme wealth.
Pete Marino has been badl I have loved the Kay Scarpetta series since its inception but have been disappointed in the last three and this one I am adding to that list.
Pete Marino has been badly served by his creator and even Kay these days just seems difficult, much of her former light suppressed by anger and neurosis.
The ending was something of a damp squib and it isn't the first time I have felt this from Cornwell's recent Scarpetta novels. I still hope for a return to form but from now on I shall wait and not buy in the first flush of excitment about the arrival of a new Scarpetta novel unless highly reviewed.
Oct 25, Kellie rated it it was ok Shelves: Rose puts it all in perspective when she makes this comment to Kay.. I was so disappointed in this. Scarpetta has a private practice in Charleston.
Kay and Benton are in Italy at the beginning investigating a brutal murder of a famous tennis star.
When Scarpetta goes back to Charleston, she receives the body of a young boy who has no identity. Ever Rose puts it all in perspective when she makes this comment to Kay..
Everything is some how related but the way things are tied together is murky. The reader has no idea what the setting is at times and that left me very frustrated.
One reviewer labled the mystery as convoluted and I agree. It seemed to be a hodge podge of information thrown on a wall and whatever stuck is what the author went with.
Not one, not ever. And Lucy is still the smart, haunted and miserable girl she has always been. I appreciate the fact the author has changed this series to keep things interesting, but I honestly think she choose the wrong path.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I do think Cornwell has lost her touch - or more probably, doesn't care enough anymore.
Nonetheless, the book was an enjoyable read, although I thought the ending was disappointing. There was no explanation of the various weird things the killer did; it seemed like they'd just been added to spice things up and then forgotten about.
Similarly, I didn't understand why Lucious was killed too, although I may just have missed that. The plot was, in a way, too incestuous - everyone and everything men I do think Cornwell has lost her touch - or more probably, doesn't care enough anymore.
The plot was, in a way, too incestuous - everyone and everything mentioned was linked in too many ways. And the cliffhanger left by Marino's disappearance seems to be just setting up for the next book.
I saw the same thing as in Sara Paretsky's latest: And the gratuitous technical descriptions, whether of computers or chemicals, just amuse me in a way they probably shouldn't.
There's no need to spell out a "two-hundred-and-fifty-six megabyte" thumb drive. Why does it matter? You know that's a standard size? And you spelt out all the numbers in case we didn't understand what meant.
I'll probably still read her next book, because I know they're diverting enough for me to find interesting, but it's with much less enjoyment and much less suspense than was true for her earlier books.
Dec 11, Tulara rated it really liked it. Patricia Cornwell's newest book opens with a graphic chapter on a woman who is being tortured.
It's spine-chilling and disturbing. It does, however, open the door to an interesting track to find out who the killer is. No one can do what they do and remain who they were when they left.
I was a little annoyed with the miscommunicat Patricia Cornwell's newest book opens with a graphic chapter on a woman who is being tortured.
I was a little annoyed with the miscommunication that Scarpeta and Benton have - all the time. Throughout the book, they were spatting. I didn't also buy the transformation of Pete Marino into a drunken bully and almost rapist.
Pete has gone through a lot of things, but this last iteration of his "love" for Scarpeta is a little over the top. I also felt the ending was a little pushed - wrapping everything up in a hurry with not much attention on the murderer.
But still, it was a nice read and kept my attention - I got through most of it on my two two-hour plane flights when we went to Florida.
I have been enjoying this series so much - even though all of the main characters irritate the shit out of me for the most part. I fail to understand why Ms Cornwell created the most annoying arsehole of all - Pete Marino.
He has always been an incredible ass-hat, and in this book Ms Cornwell has taken it to a new level. Luckily, a new girl next door named Melody is brave enough to befriend with Crow despite of his bizarre "condition".
The adventures of getting to the mysterious creature, Meera, is the part that I enjoyed the most. Apart from the tricky puzzles to solve in order to pass the tests, I love the positive values that are associated with each tests.
Most importantly, the story also points out some of the realistic issues that middle graders are facing everyday such as school bullying.
As such, I really recommend kids from 8 to 12 years old to read this book. In short, Dead Boy is a not-so-creepy novel that is about friendship, loyalty, braveness and love.
This review is originally posted on my blog: Aug 18, A. Hunt added it Recommends it for: Middle Grade Readers and Older. When I first heard of Dead Boy, by Laurel Gale, I thought it would be one of those comical stories that would be a little gross and a lot of funny!
Oh no, this story is dark, gross and funny. I am so happy I didn't wait to read it with my son. I don't think, even at 12 years old, that he'd have liked it.
Me- I loved it! It's YA, but can be enjoyed by any age. This story was put together with a magical imagination that has you feeling bad, mad, angry and extremely hopeful for a When I first heard of Dead Boy, by Laurel Gale, I thought it would be one of those comical stories that would be a little gross and a lot of funny!
This story was put together with a magical imagination that has you feeling bad, mad, angry and extremely hopeful for a little, dead boy!
The story is about a boy named Crow. He's stuck in his house, day in and day out, because the world outside wouldn't understand him.
His mother homeschool's him, and does her best to hold to a sense of normalcy. He's a non brain-eating zombie.
Actually he east nothing at all, since he no longer has any taste buds and because of what food does to his stomach. It's not until he meets Melody that he truly craves for more in life!
He wants to be outside more and do more and feel more- so he takes a chance on Halloween night. He does something that takes them on an adventure, unlike any other.
And you want him to succeed. You find yourself hoping for him. The story was written with such an elegant simplicity, it can be read by anyone.
For the full review: Sep 12, Melissapalmer rated it really liked it. Crow was dead but his parents wished him back His mother won't let him go outside or go to school Crow just wants to have friends.
He finally gets one when Melody moves into the house next door. Crow and Melody go trick-or-treating the one night of the year that Crow can fit in with the crowds and they come across a magical shape-shifter.
Crow realizes that his parents didn't tell him the whole story about how he died and how they brought him back. Will he ever be able to live a normal life?
This was a quick read that was creepy but not too scary, had humor in it and a plot with enough action to keep readers engaged.
I received a copy of this book from Amazon Vine in exchange for a honest review. Feb 24, Allie rated it really liked it Shelves: Crow has learned a lot of things since he died, such as just how smelly dead things are, what it feels like to pick maggots out of your ear, and the history of several Chinese dynasties.
He's also learned just how boring and awful it is to be stuck inside by yourself all the time. When Melody moves in next door, Crow finally has a reason to disobey his mother and go outside.
Maybe he should have listened to her, though I loved this story. The cha Crow has learned a lot of things since he died, such as just how smelly dead things are, what it feels like to pick maggots out of your ear, and the history of several Chinese dynasties.
The be-careful-what-you-wish-for theme plays out in really interesting ways throughout the story. Apr 08, Laura Reading rated it really liked it. This is a fun and mysterious adventure story.
Crow is being homeschooled because he is dead and he smells. In fact Crow smells so bad that the neighbors moved away.
Luckily, the new neighbors who move in, having gotten a good deal on the house, include a girl around Crow's age of eleven years. Melody doesn't know any other kids, so wants to be Crow's friend.
This is a story about friendship, loyalty, magic and good vs evil or right and wrong. I found it suitable for middle school through high school.
Even adults will enjoy sharing it with upper elementary age children. I did receive a copy via Netgalley in exchange for my honest review.
I would not mind visiting with these characters again. Jun 30, Jules rated it it was amazing Shelves: A young dead boy named Crow goes on an transformative adventure to find his humanity and discovers along the way that magic is real, people are complicated, and that some wishes are best left unfulfilled.
There is a little bit of Crow in any child walking the halls of middle school--the trick is being brave enough to let him out. I plan to read this book to the 6th grade class when school starts.
Great book with valuable lessons presented in a unique and memorable story. Dec 13, Laurie McKay rated it it was amazing. This is a cool book.
Crow is isolated, smelly, and wants a friend who can overlook his problems with maggots. He's smart, thoughtful, and a great match with Melody who sees conspiracies everywhere.
The two face trials that are dangerous and take their wits and courage to face. I really liked the trials as they had almost a mythological feel to them.
A great book with a good - albeit not beating - heart and interesting characters! Feb 22, Randy rated it really liked it Shelves: A lot of heart for a book about a corpse kid!
Mar 28, Sandra Waugh rated it it was amazing Shelves: Wonderful--rich with trial and friendship and what is truly valuable. Oct 26, Chris R rated it it was amazing.
Crow Darlingson is an 11 year old boy. He is very smart, but he still likes to have fun. He enjoys bowling, air hockey, video games, and hanging out with his friends, but that was when he was alive.
Crow Darlingson is now a dead boy!!! He is trapped in the house all day with his mother who is homeschooling him, but he wishes he was able to actually go to school to learn.
His mother thinks she is doing the best for him by keeping him hidden from everyone. People would not understand Crow Darlingson is an 11 year old boy.
People would not understand. Crow has worms crawling out of different parts of his body, has to have his fingernails glued on and occasionally parts of his body sewn, but if that is not bad enough, he smells.
It is not just a bad smell; it is the horrible smell of rotting flesh. Crow lives in a small desert town in Nevada, and the heat makes his smell worse.
Even if people did not notice the worms, they would not be able to ignore the smell. Crow would love to be able to go outside to play and sometimes sneaks out at night just to be able to get fresh air.
Crow is very lonely. He looks out his window at the other kids playing outside or getting on the bus for school and gets sad.
He remembers some of them from when he was still alive and able to go to school. One day, new neighbors move in next door.
Crow is watching from his window and the girl waves at him. She comes over to introduce herself, but Mrs. Then, while Crow is outside enjoying the night air, Melody Plympton, comes over from next door.
They become fast friends. Melody understands that Crow is different, and he eventually tells her that he is dead. Melody wants to know how he died and has so many questions for Crow.
Crow cannot remember a lot of it. Will Crow be able to find out the truth? It sounds like it is a very serious book, but it is not.
It is action packed and very descriptive. You could picture in your mind what is happening as you read because the author uses so much detail. It was not like any other book I have ever read before.
This book is good for any middle schoolers, boy or girl, because it is so entertaining. There are not many pictures in the book, but there was one of a Meera that was interesting.
My favorite part of the book was when Crow is trapped in the shed with something growling. Crow is a likeable character and so is Melody.
You feel bad for Crow because he just wants a normal life. This book has so many themes it is hard to pick just one. There is friendship, good and evil, facing a challenge, heroism, power struggles, human weakness, and acceptance of differences.
I enjoyed this book and highly recommend it. I give it a 5 star rating. Oct 27, Clarissa rated it it was amazing.
What a cute and wonderfully heart felt story It was great from beginning to end. Meet Crow great name btw who is dead, and has to stay inside because the heat makes him smells and more maggots come.
The maggots are super annoying they can crawl out of your ear at any time. He just wants a friend and thinks he meets one when he meets the girl next door.
She will change his life. This story has so many good moral and value stories in it I am What a cute and wonderfully heart felt story This story has so many good moral and value stories in it I am making sure my son reads it one day.
It's short and small chapters so it's good for the younger kids just starting to read bigger books. It's not scary at all I didn't think so maybe a really nervous child might find it so.
Overall I feel it just has a lot of heart even if it doesn't beat. Nov 18, Colin rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
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