Monday, 18 March 2013

Ketchup Clouds by Annabel Pitcher Book Review

I read Ketchup Clouds by Annabel Pitcher a couple of weeks ago and once I started reading it I could not put it down! It is an excellent book for teenage girls or boys if you enjoy the romance type but with more of an element of surprise, it is also in the form of a series of letters. I purchased mine from amazon for £6.49 and you can get it from other places for a similar price. I found this book one day when I was watching a you tube video it came up at the beginning and it grabbed my attention straight away and the more I researched and read reviews the more I wanted it so I ordered it.Warning there may be some spoilers.

The main character in this is called Alice Jones and she is the one who killed her boyfriends, but not deliberately by accident. Alice writes her story to a prisoner in America of how she came to killing someone, she changes her name and address so he won't find out who she really is. Un-til the last letter when she told him what she did however the last letter was sent after hew was supposed to be killed, as he was in jail fore murder and the punishment was death. So she'll new know if he really got the letter. Alice has two younger sister one of them is deaf and she has a over protective Mum who won't let her do her own thing and her Dad is out of work. Her Granddad who she hasn't seen in years is ill and her parents seem to be fighting all the time she needed to get out of the house. She ends up going out with this boy and ends up meeting another boy she likes more and they turn out to be brothers. She starts seeing her boyfriends brother behind his back and  this is how they end up fight and her boyfriend gets killed. Alice and her boyfriends brother were the only ones that were there and know what happened. His Mum is constantly trying to get her to go to his grave, or his death place but she just wants space. 

Hope you enjoyed my review and let me know if you want me to review any other books!


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