Blood Wounds review by MPark
Blood Wounds
by Susan Beth Pfeffer
Age Range - Mature Young Adult
Genre - Fiction

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Age at time of review - 14
Reviewer's Location - Northglenn, CO, United States
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Willa knows she is fortunate. She lives in an almost perfect family. Though she doesn't get everything she wants like her sisters, she is happy. But when Willa's father, who she hardly remembers, kills his wife and children and is on his way for her, her life spirals out of control. With everything that happened, Willa uncovers secrets that her mother hid from her and a family. Will Willa make everything better or will Willa destroy everything she loves?

Opinion: 

This book was okay. I felt that it was very rushed throughout the whole story. Since this book was written in first person, it helped me to see how Willa really felt about everything. This book showed to me that a perfect family really isn't perfect. I recommend this book to people who liked Identical and Thirteen Reasons Why,

 

 

Rating:
3
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

Explain your content rating: 

Willa cuts several times throughout the book.
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