Review of "The Tragedy Paper" by Elizabeth Laban


Jumping between viewpoints of the love-struck Tim and Duncan, a current senior about to uncover the truth of Tim and Vanessa, The Tragedy Paper is a compelling tale of forbidden love and the lengths people will go to keep their secrets.

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4 ****

Duncan and Tim. 2 lives and 2 stories. It was interesting to watch their stories unravel and find a connection. Tim leaves a group of CD's for Duncan to find in his new dorm room on the first day back to the boarding school and it all takes off from there. Tim is different because of being albino and Duncan seems to be different just simply because he was not in with the popular crowd. Duncan listens to Tim's story about his time at the school and his life there. The tragedy is comes later but the tragedy paper looms over the whole story.

Interesting, thought provoking, and unforgettable.

Comments

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Thank you for the review! This book is on my to-read list, and I can't wait to read it.

 

Jessica