Friday, September 02, 2011

Gravestone byTravis Thrasher

In the second book of the Solitary Tales series, Gravestone, by Travis Thrasher, Chris Buckley a teenager recently moved from Chicago to a weird town called Solitaire and life is not the same. In this small town, he cant find anyone who is sane or normal and his mom is becoming an alcoholic. To make it all worse he loses his girlfriend, Jocelyn, who is now presumed dead. He begins a search to find out what happened to Jocelyn. Along the way Chris meets lots of interesting people who might be able to help but he is unsure if he can trust or confide in them.

This book should not be read without reading the first book in the series. It has a very slow start and takes over one hundred pages too get somewhat interesting. The book is classifies as a mystery and suspense but I found very little suspense. To me this book was very boring and hard to follow at times. Do not read this book while reading other books, stop reading and start this book after a period of time or accidently skip a page otherwise you may become very confused. I do not recommend this book for anyone who likes a lot of action and suspense because this book has none of that. I would give this book a four out of ten because it was not entertaining or exciting to read.

Reviewer Age:13
Reviewer City, State and Country: Leawood, Kansas USA