Thursday, May 06, 2010

Helter Skelter

This was an interesting book. You are really required to put away your logical thinking when dealing with it. Most people look for the why. There is no why with these horrible crimes. There is just a very sick man who found a way to get people to believe in him and do whatever he asked without question. That kind of mentality has always been interesting to me. It was neat to see how the prosecutor put the case together. It's also very sad to read about the ineptness of the police. They had pieces that they could never put together.

This is my fifth book in the Gilmore Girl's reading list. With this book, I have reached Emily status! :)

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