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Author Topic: Kate Ellison - The Butterfly Clues  (Read 2045 times)

Offline thecannibalgirl

Kate Ellison - The Butterfly Clues
« on: September 09, 2011, 11:01 AM »
Name of the book:-----The Butterfly Clues
Genre:----------------Young Adult // Mystery
Book Publish Year:-----2011
My Rating:------------3 of 5

Kate Ellison has portrayed 'Lo' perfectly. You step into the mind of someone with a serious illness. You feel the confusion, the drive to do things that you don't want to do. I believe Kate spent so much time on the overwhelming character of Lo that the other characters were lacking. You have the boyfriend- a street-wise artist stealing art supplies from dumpsters and living in abandoned buildings. He wasn't a very compelling character, just another part of the scenery. You have the dead stripper -Sapphire- who was the object of an obsession for both Lo and her murderer. That isn't to say I didn't enjoy the book, but your mind goes into sensory overload coping with Lo's mind. There's no room for any other emotions.

The book was well written otherwise, and I have to give the author major props for the description and build of Lo. She hit the nail on the head. I'm not sure I've read a book that has conveyed the sickness that is OCD in such a compelling manner.

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