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Tim and Tobias (Tim and the Hidden People Book A1) yMurderer of a precocious sevenear old girl the writing is so tensely vivid that it is not hyperbolic in the least to say that it actually felt as if I were being interrogated with Jason my own life on the line depending on the next several hours Worse et Jason doesn t know that the police suspect him of the murderous act of which he has been accused behind closed doors and the expert Trent weaves his way through the spare facts of the case like a deadly spider slowly excruciatingly tying Jason up in his web as the light of freedom and life imperceptibly begins to depart It s hard to convey the severe raw intensity of how this situation moves forward or to describe the unrivaled genius of author Robert Cormier that makes it all so profoundly hauntingly affecting but my whole body was shaking as the unbearable climax of the narrative closed in as the heat elevated physically and metaphorically and the scene became disturbing I was shaking so hard that I could scarcely turn the pages and sweat poured down my brow and my stomach churned and I felt as if I were in danger as if this story had become mine and each line that I read would reveal my own fate As the climax drew near and everything for Jason and Trent came down to a final moment of pure torturous agony I sobbed and sobbed and could no longer even see the pages through the tears that would not stop coming More than an hour later chills still ran throughout my body
No book has ever affected me this way before Not even close I have never known of another writer with book has ever affected me this way before Not even close I have never
KNOWN OF ANOTHER WRITER WITH PUREof another writer with pure dreadful power possessed by Robert Cormier The Rag and Bone Shop is not only a no brainer five star book for me it is clearly one of the greatest books I have ever experienced I did not know that writing could be this stunningly powerful and even that is an understatement In my opinion every person alive should read this book It is an absolute uneuivocal life changer in the truest sense of the word I m still in shock I m trying very hard not to like this book I know that sounds prejudiced but at least I m honest In fact I decided after being introduced to Robert Cormier s style that I would not like this book I have always been a fan of happy endings Let me clarify by happy endings I don t m Look Jason I am only stating what they think I am trying to show ou the seriousness of Magic in the North your situation You are their prime suspect They have evidence againstou No one else fits the profile A seven Imagining Gay Paradise year old girl has been murdered and the police are convinced her killer was the last person to see her alive a twelveear old boy Now
a hot shot detective has been called in to try and coax a confession fromhot shot detective has been called in to try and coax a confession from boy But will he cross a line to get the desired resultsThis was an unsettling read The subject matter is dark and though none of the characters are likable the reader does feel a certain sympathy toward the König der Welten 1 young suspect His interrogator s techniues so effective when used on adults seem cruel and conniving when employed on a child I m also not convinced any testimony coerced from a minor without the presence of a parent would be admissible in court Anyway it s a short tense read with a shocker ending My rating is not higher because I felt a bit manipulated by the whole experience butou may enjoy it than I didIt does leave ou wondering who is really the guilty party here. Called into the case and Trent has Jason in his sights as the murderer Cormier presents a cat and mouse game so tense that readers will feel they must escape the pages just as Jason wants to extricate himself from the stuffy cell like room where his interrogation is taking plac. .
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case Soon there is talk of employing the services of Trent a police officer from Vermont knownSoon there is talk of employing the services of Trent a police officer from Vermont known his tenacious tactics in the interrogation room and the fact that he is guaranteed to wrestle a confession out of any suspect Under the guise of an elaborate subterfuge Jason is brought to the police station and placed in a dreary little room without windows where he is brought face to face with the formidable Trent who has only a couple of hours in which to get a confession out of the boy The biggest part of the novel is devoted to the interrogation that follows No punches are pulled and what transpires in that little room will leave any perceptive reader with sweaty palms a racing heart and a feeling of slowly mounting outrage Nightmarish claustrophobic and unrelentingly intense this is an uncompromising book with an ending that will leave most readers reeling Because my writing and "Books Are Compared To Robert "are compared to Robert I ve been on a reading binge lately with regards to his stuff You will see a large list of his books that I ve read in the last month or soThe Rag and Bone Shop My favorite of Cormier s work The suspense will keep the reader on the edge of their seat all the way through Trent the bad copinterrogator will make the reader suirm with uneasiness My only complaint is the very last part Don t worry I won t spoil it but Cormier s editor should have cut the last little section If heshe had Cormier would have ended his life s work on the ultimate note of perfection With all that being said I now just choose to forget that last little part pretending it isn t there and give him Five Stars all the same Highly recommended The Rag and Bone Shop is an exciting suspense filled read that sucks ou in and keeps Treasure Trail / The Crimson Phoenix / Model Murder (The Shadow, you reading page after page in anticipation of finding out what happens The premise for the story is that a 12ear old boy named Jason is the last person to see his 7 Vanity Bagh year old friend alive Her brutally murdered body is recovered and the police suspect him They bring in an expert interrogator to get him to confess and much of the book focuses on the interaction of the interrogator and Jason in the small hot interrogation room The novel is dark in the way that is typical for Cormieret its beauty lies in way that he portrays human nature and vulnerability through Jason It leaves the reader wondering ab This was literally me finishing this bookFor the record I learned how to embed gifs just for this review Ok so I asked a friend but the result is the sameIs this book well written Yes Is it an intense read Yes None of that changes the fact I will not get back the time I spent reading it Oh my oh my oh my I don t feel I am exaggerating one bit when I say this book stands apart from anything else that has ever seen publication I know that s an outrageous claim but I suspect it s true Hours after reading it the panicky weighty feeling of this book courses through my veins and shadows my every thought From the earliest stages of the plot dark frightening storm clouds loom close by and it becomes increasingly obvious that we are headed for a devastating upheaval that will be difficult to handle I just didn t anticipate how intolerable it would get As the special interrogator Trent commences working his skills on oung Jason the twelve ear old secretly suspected. Xt door is murdered Jason is horrified He was the last one to see her alive He wants to do everything he can to help find the killer so when the police come calling he tells them all he knows What he doesn't know is that Trent a detective adept at extracting confessions has been. ,
Let s go down to where all the ladders startHello friends I am excited to be writing another review today This review will be one of those where I say a lot of things some just general and some about the book I ll try to mark where I talk about the book specifically if Preaching to a Post-Everything World you re just interested in that Down we goFirst I would like to begin where I often do why I read this book Okay so I recently reviewed American Psycho When I did my mom said I was just in time for Goodreads Halloween week I honestly find it strange that Goodreads only had this for a week some books are long and take than a week to read because some of us have jobs Goodreads Anyway this inspired me to read Darkly Dreaming Dexter just for the Halloween spirit but that was another disappointment I had marked as Want To Read the book Hold Still and my mom informed me that she had reuested it from the library for me This was not a high priorit I loved this book Ofou just want a day read read this bookThe Rag and Bone Shop is a great suspense style book There was a murder of a 7 Mundane Grimoire year old girl and that brings a 12year old boy Jasonspoilers removed Anyone that wants a suspense filled day read this is the bookou need BEWARE beware there is a twist at the endGreat Book What started off as just one out of his numerous interrogations Trent discovered in the end right after the kid confessed that he was the wrong suspect Trent was infamously known for his interrogations up until Jason He would get the truth out of anybody the worst criminals who were bad to the bone But Jason was just a little boy who was completely innocent But Trent was so good at interrogating he made Jason fake confess about him evidently being the killer Luckily they found out who was the real perp and Jason was let off scot free What made this book so interesting was the ending Jason was dealing with some emotional problems and decided that he would prove to people that he actually could kill someone and went to grab the butcher knife from the kitchen and went to go actually kill someone So being abused by the interrogator into confess I do not know of any other so called YA author who uite so comfortably and effortlessly crossed the increasingly indistinct border between novels for ounger readers and novels for adult readers in the course of his writing career I personally hate these rather artificial boundaries that are
imposed on literature I think dozens of fine noteworthy novels go unread by older readers because they are marketed as YAon literature I think dozens of fine noteworthy novels go unread by older readers because they are marketed as YA am not referring to the endless stream of dystopian novels and serial fantasy sagas that seem to make up such an inordinately large "portion of YA novels nowadays I m talking about finely crafted and deftly executed novels "of YA novels nowadays I m talking about finely crafted and deftly executed novels Michael Morpurgo or John Boyne s The Boy in the Striped PyjamasThere are
adult readers who have enjoyed and appreciated the late Robert Cormier s novels for their originality and author s keen observing eye The Rag and Bone Shop Cormier s last novel is no exception A uiet Massachusetts neighborhood is recoiling in horror as the murdered body of seven ear old Alicia Bartlett is discovered in a nearby wood Twelve Keys to inner space year old Jason Dorrant was the last person to see her alive and naturally the investigating police officer is uick to read some significance into this There is pressure on the police whe. Terse and terrifying this final book from Cormier will leave a lasting impression Jason almost 13 is a shy ineffectual child who takes being bullied as a matter of course but if he sees someone else being pushed around he may strike back When the sevenear old girl who lives ne. ,many adult readers who have enjoyed and appreciated the late Robert Cormier s novels for their originality and