Overdue

Overdue BOOK DROPIt was after hours Kathleen was preparing to close the library when somebody returned five grisly books about death One was slashed All were overdue Then Kathleen found the bookmark with the

  • Title: Overdue
  • Author: Richie Tankersley Cusick
  • ISBN: 9780671887438
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Paperback
  • BOOK DROPIt was after hours Kathleen was preparing to close the library when somebody returned five grisly books about death One was slashed All were overdue Then Kathleen found the bookmark with the deadly warning.Now people close to her are falling victim to tragic accidents Someone is out for blood Is it Robin, silent, shy, withdrawn Is it Alexander, the dark, haBOOK DROPIt was after hours Kathleen was preparing to close the library when somebody returned five grisly books about death One was slashed All were overdue Then Kathleen found the bookmark with the deadly warning.Now people close to her are falling victim to tragic accidents Someone is out for blood Is it Robin, silent, shy, withdrawn Is it Alexander, the dark, handsome stranger who haunts the library stacks and says he wants to help Kathleen can count on only one thing the killer will strike again her death is overdue

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    1. - My Description -Kathleen works at the public library & she hates it. Say what??! (How anyone could hate working in a library is beyond me.)She begins to receive threats via returned books accompanied by rather unusual bookmarks. Not to mention the accidents that follow Kathleen around like a shadow. The killer believes Kathleen is way overdue for her death. Time to check out? - My Review -I really enjoyed this book. I didn't care too much for Kathleen's character but her friends were just [...]

    2. Finally! A book that tells the truth about librarians! How they run around willfully stamping books, slapping stickers on their spines while they heartlessly shush our young! What could be worse than this army of literature-loving villains?Well, a homicidal maniac, to be honest. Super fun book. All the things you hope will be here are, including a creepy library, with various creepy rooms lovingly detailed, a heroine who has to solve the mystery with her knowledge of classic literature, people g [...]

    3. I recently was watching a booktuber and she said 'Do not be afraid to DNF, there are so many books out there. Don't waste your time on books you don't enjoy' I really need to let books go sooner, and more often when I just don't like them.I cannot get past the bad dialogue of this bookIt is such a small book, like a Fear Street book. I fly through Fear Street books like nothing. I can only read so many before I need a break but they are easy, and interesting. This was not.Sure the idea behind it [...]

    4. I'm torn about what to rate this. I liked the whole idea with the freaky books and all the strange accidents. However, I thought the ending was TERRIBLE!! I was kind of into it until I figured out the culprit. It was the lamest reason of all time. I was like 'seriously? That's it?'. Soo stupid! Also, it didn't make much sense. The book starts where Kathleen finds all these disturbing torture books in the library drop box. Now that I know who the bad person is, it has no relevance or connection t [...]

    5. I recently rediscovered this book when I was visiting my parents and rummaging through the garage for something to read. The little nameplate on the inside shows that I originally read the book in 6th grade, and I remember that it was one of the my favorites. It has everything that I loved when I was 11 years old: murder, mystery, a creepy old library, clues in the form of books, and three potential love interests for the main character. It also has some snappy dialogue and sarcastic quips, and [...]

    6. This was one of my favorite books when I was a pre-teen (although it says it was published in 1995riously?! I guess I was a little older). It is, of course, terribly written, full of cliches (lots of horrified backing away slowly while saying "no.") and ultimately very predictable, but it had libraries in it! And murders based on classic literature! Richie Tankersley Cusick also wrote other horror books that had Renaissance fairs and stuff like that in them, so I thought she had a conduit to all [...]

    7. I enjoy these 90s teenage books though they are kinda cheesy. They all have pretty much the same unrealistic plots and even romance. There are bad and good ones and this was one of the slightly better ones. I just got this book because it was about books and even better a library. It was easy to figure out who the killer was and the reason why was really dumb but I guess understandable. The ending was the worse part since the characters friend who spent the majority of the book in a coma with no [...]

    8. I LOVE this book!!! I must have read it back in grade 5 (95) but even now it's a great read! The creepy library, the hot guy friend, the twisted game someone's playing, you can't go wrong.I tell everyone about this book still and encourage people to read it!!

    9. This book was delightfully terrible. Spooky in exactly the right teenage way and with a gooey too good to be true ending

    10. This book was awesome, if it wasn't for this book I don't think I would have every loved reading, in my now future. This book is about a girl name Kathleen who is visiting her home town, while on her college break and was working in the library. On one gloomy thunder storming night, she seen five grisly overdue books about murder on her desk. Inside one of the books it was a deadly warning on a book mark, pacifically for Kathleen. The deadly threats continued and Kathleen cant help but wonder wh [...]

    11. Excitement. Is the description of this book. There are many good mystery books and this is one of those many. It explains that working in library for summer break is not that boring. IT has thrill, romance, horror, and lots of mystery. Its one book you won't want to stop reading. You may think you know who the bad one in this book is, but at the end you'll be surprised.

    12. This was a great book full of twists and surprises! I loved this book and it always kept me on the edge of my seat, excited to read more.

    13. like last act, i remember not finishing this one due to its complete crapness. at this time though, i was already moving on up to king, so.obviously this was lame.

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