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Lovely Bones Report

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The Lovely Bones.

''In this story you will read about a 14 yr. old girl named Susie Salmon. You will discover how she is murdered, and who her killer is. She was a student in Junior High School .She was a member of the Chess Club and Chem Club. Her favorite teacher was Mr. Botte he taut biology, Mr. Botte wasn't her killer thought.

Susie Salmon was murdered on the night of December 6,1973. She was a white girl with mousy brown hair. Her sister Lindsey had her turned on to Juan Ramon Jimenez. It went like this if they give you a ruled paper, wright the other way. She chose it because it expressed her contempt for her structured surrounding's.

She took a short-cut through the cornfield back from her Junior High. On her way home Mr. Harvey said ''I made a hiding place for you kids,Wanna check it out.'' I have to get home'' She said. He said '' Oh okay I ...view middle of the document...

“Mr. Harvey please let me go” she said. “You aren't leaving your mine now Susie Salmon”. Mr. Harvey started to press his lips against hers. They were bubbly and wet she wanted to scream but she was afraid to she was exhausted from the fighting. She said the word's “Don't” and “Please” a lot. He reached in to her pocket and got the hat her mother knit ed for her and shoved it in to her mouth. As he kissed down her neck then began to put his hands under her shirt. At that time she began to leave her body. He got a chain saw and sawed her to pieces and put her in a big black safe. He cleaned up the mess then left. Her parents called the police and no sign of her. They found blood in the cornfield the next morning, and a elbow in the neighbors backyard. For weeks there was no sign of her. Her dad went and sat in her room crying his eye's out. Her brother Buckley came in from sleep and said “Daddy, I saw Susie”. Her dad said “Aw I did to buddy”. Her dad try's to solve the mystery by his self. One day her dad goes to talk to Mr. Harvey, he was building a hunting tint out of stick's. Her dad see's that only one rose bloomed in the middle of winter. That was Susie's sign to tell her dad that Mr. Harvey was her killer. Mr. Harvey said I think it's time for you to go home Mr. Salmon. He said “You killed my little girl, didn't you”. “Go home Mr. Salmon” so he did, he went home.

Her sister Lindsey when out for a run the next day. She stopped for a break, she waited till Mr. Harvey left his house. Then she went to the back of his house and broke the basement window. She started to snoop around then heard the squeaky wood. She picked the wood up and found the book that had all of his plans for killing. Then Mr. Harvey comes in and she try's to put the wood back gently and it slams down. Mr. Harvey run's up the stairs, she jump's though the window. She run's home and show's Grandma Len the book. He got arrested that day. And Lindsey got charged with braking and entering.

That is my book report for The Lovely Bones.

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