21 years old | rude and still not ginger | reads ya, fantasy, sci-fi, and basically everything else
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This book made me realize that there are horrible people in the world; horrible, horrible people. Though the genre says 'horror', I wasn't really horrified or scared or anything, just extremely disgusted when I found out what happened. I haven't made many notes with this book, because I was so busy reading it, and it was just so short, that there wasn't really much I liked/didn't like.
I have written a couple of times the things I wanted to do with that man that took Sam and Lloyd, and I'll tell you, they aren't nice things. I think I actually might have cheered at the end of the book, when I found out what happened with him.
I do think people should read this book, because it's a good book; I believe this is the first book that I've read that tells the story of the abducted one, and not their families (though I haven't read much books about people getting abducted).
I did like the part where Sam talked about Aragorn from Lord of the Rings; and when he compared the paintings in the house to the ones at Hogwarts. Yay!