Atelier D D itibaren Birwat Bazar, Bihar 841425, Hindistan
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IT'S FIVE STARS, OF COURSE!!! Coraline is probably the scariest and one of the best books ever, but the creepiness in this book was really mysterious. Ever since Coraline entered the door, the "other" mother seemed suspicious, and she was definetely doing something to get ahold of Coraline. The "other" world created by the "other" mother is definetely a really good scary-effect to this novel. Just when the "other" parents offered Coraline to sew black-button eyes, that was when it started to make you suspicious and want to stick with the book until the very last page. Even the cat added the spooky effects. At first, Coraline feels like the "other" world was just marvelous, until she discovers the other mother haunting her. But the other mother was much more worse than she seemed; and even ate the innocent childrens' souls. In conclusion, it was a really good book.
Excecpt for the first couple of chapters, where the author just rambles on about parts of his past that have no bearing whatsoever on the main part of the book, and the last couple of chapters, which kind of peter off into rumination about his job, this book kicks a lot of ass. There's a kind of mean, but kind of funny thing he says about why he and his wife got divorced, saying that when he'd been living inside the minds of criminals all day long, it wasn't very stimulating to talk about where to put the trash or wonder about what color the neighbors were going to paint their fence. Anyway, the main part of the book is just his recollections of seriously fucked up dudes and the process of catching them by being smarter than them, and it seems like serial killers usually have a pretty limited brain capacity.