Confessions: The Private School Murders By: James Patterson Reviewed By: Georgia Sanders

The Summary

Confessions: Private School Murders By James Paterson is about teen named Tandy Angel. It is the second book in the series. In this book Tandy is adjusting to her new drug free life, trying to figure out her purpose and emotions, find the murderer of a friend and the truth behind the death of her brothers girlfriends death.

Personal Review

I am reading Confessions: Private School Murders by Jame Patterson. I would recommend this book to anyone who like murder mysteries. In my opinion James Patterson is an amazing author and I love most of the books I read by him so I would highly recommend this book. It has amazing character development, and is not predictable like most books. Jame Patterson was very successful in the way be expressed his ideas for the book. He also knows how to keep the book interesting and the reader on edge. All in all the book is great and if you want to read a good mysterious book you should read the Confessions series.

"The complex, clever plot keeps the pages turning as it wends its way to a surprising resolution and several cliffhangers."

"Readers will be drawn inexorably into Tandy's world of paranoia and manipulation as they try to put the pieces together."

The complex, clever plot keeps the pages turning as it wends its way to a surprising resolution and several cliffhangers."—CommonSenseMedia.org

"Readers will be drawn inexorably into Tandy's world of paranoia and manipulation as they try to put the pieces together."

This book is awesome. You wont be able to put it down. It is lik This book is awesome. You wont be able to put it down. It is like a mashup of Nancy Drew, Castle, Law and Order, Gossip Girl, and the Pacifier. I am very picky when it comes to books. I find it hard for the author to grasp my attention and pull me in but this book was amazing. I could not put it down and you wont be able to either. I grew up going to private school and found myself fantasizing about being Tandy. This book is amazing. If you aren't one to buy books, go and read the first 5 chapters. I guarantee you will end up on chapter 23 and looking at a clock wondering where the time went. ~PickyReaderKH

Because that was when i realized: Maybe I wasn't a good detective. Not anymore.

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