Sienna returning home is like the return of the prodigal daughter. She was her parent's golden girl, in the time before her childhood fell apart.
True crime is a genre I've been reading for along time, possibly even back to junior high? I'm an avid watcher of Dateline and sometimes 48 Hour Mysteries, but I just can't make myself watch 20/20. There's just something about it that is not good. Of course, like any good "murderino," I listen to My... Continue Reading →
Ellison spins a great tale full of the mystery and dark past of a girl's private school and creates multi-dimensional characters who are hiding things from each other and the reader.
Leslie is a complicated character from the first page. There's just a huge disconnect between who she appears to be and who she really is.
There are a handful of books that stand out for me. Books that I will remember for the rest of the my life. Books that I wish I could go back and read again for the first time...Dear Edward is one of those books.