Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Review: The Women in the Walls

The Women in the Walls The Women in the Walls by Amy Lukavics
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

I'm not a fan of creepy book. But I will read them, because so many of my students love them. This one had me intrigued, but confused. I had a hard time getting the setting figured out. I thought it was historical because they dress for dinner in this old Victorian mansion, and have fire places in their bedrooms that they use for heat. But Lucy and Margaret are schooled at home, online. Oh, that means computers. So, current day, I guess. Dad is distant and secretive. Margaret goes mad after her mother disappears. There are noises in the wall. Lucy cuts herself to release her pain. But Lucy is the strong one? I know this us jumbled, but so were my thoughts as I read this.

Spoiler for the ending on Goodreads.

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