Friday, October 29, 2010

Review: The Dead Boys by Royce Buckingham

The Dead Boys by Royce Buckingham
Release Date: September 2010
Publisher: Putnam Juvenile
Genre: YA Sci-Fi
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The Story: As a newcomer to the town of Richland, Teddy’s main concern was at first making new friends. But, something didn’t feel right, as the boys he met started to mysteriously disappear. Teddy’s life quickly becomes a waking nightmare, with a mystery on his hands and the ghoulish, life-clutching Sycamore tree outside his house.

My Review: I love it! Teddy starts to make some new friends, but things are off. The boys seem to disappear. As Teddy plays detective, the local police officer warns him to not enter houses other than the one Teddy lives in.

I was so engrossed in this book. It's creepy, but in the Halloween-y scare me kind of creepy. The story is written in Teddy's POV, which is awesome! Royce doesn't dissapoint in this story. If you enjoy being scared, then you need to read this book!

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1 comment:

  1. Oh, wow!This seems like a very mysterious and thrilling book!
    Thanks for the review!!!



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