Bistro Book Club

Sunday, February 12, 2012

She Said/She Saw (3 reviews) by Norah McClintock

Austin,  15
Norah McClintock
She Said/ She Saw

This was a good book about a girl was in a car with two of her friends and out of no where there heads explode. Everyone blames her for her friends being shot because she told everyone she didn't see anything. People from school make a website about her and she posts something that changes everything. this is a good book and when i started reading it I didn't think it would be a good book but it was.

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Colton, 17
Norah McClintock
She Said/She Saw

Norah made my experience reading the book very enjoyable. I would definently recommend her books to others. I can't wait to read another book of hers I loved the way the book was written. It was written like a play or TV show. It gave me a very un-usual visual effect while reading it. The author seems very in touch with teenages and how they operate. How teenagers reason, process and how if something as serious as death of friends were to occur. How would we cope with it? She grasped the idea the everything is more than it seems and how fast the story can change or get twisted.

Rating: 4  Better than most.
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Ashley, 16
Norah McClintock
She Said/ She Saw

She Said/She Saw is about a teenage girl who witnesses two of her closest friends get shot in the head. You will journey with her as she is harassed  byt her former school friends, detectives, the boys' families and her own sister all of who don't believe her. She goes to great lengths to prove that she doesn't hage a clue who the murderer is. I don't like thte set up of this book though and I feel like it was too short

Rating: 3  Readable.

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