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The blog is a mix of the interesting, the helpful, the quirky and the fun! Comments are welcome, staff and students can submit reviews and suggestions to Bridget Schaumann, the librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org Our school is located in Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand.
Don't let the cute picture of a small bird held in what look like loving hands on the cover fool you, there is a psychopath lurking within this book. Her name is Rosa and she is Che's sister. Che and his family have moved from place to place all through his childhood, New Zealand, Australia, Hong Kong, lots of places, they have come to New York and have just arrived in town when the story opens. Che's parents have come to start up a new company with their oldest friends who have kids about the same age as Che and Rosa, it is all very exciting and although starting again is not great, New York has potential for excitement and friendship. However nobody seems to believe that Rosa is as bad as Che knows she is, she is so little and cute looking, how could she be harmful, she is just a kid? But Rosa is a terror, she has no empathy, she just doesn't get feelings of any kind. Che has plenty of stuff going on himself, he has met a great girl, he is finally getting a social life, dealing with his annoying skin which is one of the other banes of his existence, but he wants his parents to take responsibility, to be at home, to listen and to most of all sort out Rosa.
This is a great thriller, the characters are well written and you get completely drawn into the story as it rolls along. Rosa is - well, she is a monster.