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  • Title: Dancing with a Dead Horse
  • Author: Danielle DeVor
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 194
  • Format: ebook
  • Sometimes lullabies aren t soothing they re deadly.Sixteen year old Jason Miller wants three things to become a professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter, graduate from high school, and avoid his mother s ballet classes.When he finds the body of the most popular girl in school, he has a major freak out session, and then calls 911 But if finding a body wasn t bad enough, wSometimes lullabies aren t soothing they re deadly.Sixteen year old Jason Miller wants three things to become a professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter, graduate from high school, and avoid his mother s ballet classes.When he finds the body of the most popular girl in school, he has a major freak out session, and then calls 911 But if finding a body wasn t bad enough, when a horse doll made of human skin and hair is found in his locker, the entire town accuses Jason of the murder.As the body count rises, so does the hostility Jason is left with a choice To run and hide or to clear his name and find out why the killer is targeting him before it s too late.
    Dancing with a Dead Horse Sometimes lullabies aren t soothing they re deadly Sixteen year old Jason Miller wants three things to become a professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter graduate from high school and avoid his mother

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    1. Dancing with a Dead Horse by Danielle DeVor is an excellent and enthralling crime story for young adults 16 year old Jason tries to get on with his teenage life as good as he can He is pestered by his mother, a Russian ballet teacher who I absolutely loved as very colourful and amusing character.Of course, for Jason she is mostly annoying Jason finds the dead body of a popular girl at school and becomes a suspect due to some mysterious little horse figure left in his locker.As you can see, there [...]

    2. Nomadic SA Chick s Book ReviewsSummaryJason wasn t exactly excited about going to school today, but nothing could have prepared him for finding the most popular girl dead in the boys restroom Now everyone is convinced he s responsible.ReviewUGH This was just bad Just because it s YA does not mean you can throw all reason and logic out the window Basically this is how the book starts Jason I m going to the restroom Oh no, there s a dead girl here Crap calls 911 Principal Jason, I know you killed [...]

    3. Jason Miller narrates this dark YA tale of a serial killer who preys on the junior class of his high school, and seems to want to frame Jason for the murders And he thought school was bad before the killing spree started.His mother is a former Russian ballet dancer who defected to marry an American mechanic She teaches ballet, and forces Jason to take lessons, although he d rather learn MMA mixed martial arts The mothers brother happens to be a Russian crime lord, so when the bodies start piling [...]

    4. Dancing with a Dead Horse by Danielle DeVor is a superior serial killer thriller for teenagers The author expertly grips the reader with one of the most awesome opening chapters this reader has ever seen Way to go Danielle From there the pace is frantic as 16 year old Jason Miller discovers the mutilated corpse of a girl in the boys washroom at school.Jason s life is turned upside down and inside out as he juggles everyday teen angst with being suspected as the killer, mounting bully pressure at [...]

    5. Danielle DeVor s Dancing With A Dead Horse is one of the best whodunnits I ve read in a long time This is one of those rare books that after you get a few pages into it you say Oh man, this is gonna be really good, then shove everything else aside and dive in head first I did and I wasn t disappointed Quite the opposite.I can only assume that Ms DeVor stopped developing at the age of 16 or 17 That would explain her uncanny ability to get into the head of a teen so convincingly and see the world [...]

    6. The author grips the reader so very well Revealing teenage life with compassion, great humor and fun My son loved the book and was fascinated by this exciting suspense book with action packed adventure Well written and recommended were his comments Look forward to of the author s great books.

    7. Small town America gets handed a mirror and a chance to have a good long hard look at itself in Danielle Devor s crime teen thriller Dancing with a Dead Horse Teenager Jason Miller gets blamed for the murder of a fellow student when he discovers a body in the toilets at his high school Things then turn sinister when he finds a doll horse made from the victim s skin and hair in his locker From there the story focuses on Jason s attempts to carry on with life as normally as possible while his fami [...]

    8. Danielle DeVor has written a spine chilling story about a serial killer who stalks the corridors of a small town high school When sixteen year old, Jason, discovers the mutilated body of a mate in the school washrooms, his world, and that of his parents, is turned upside down At first accused of committing the murder by the local police the students and the villagers then ostracize him The students who don t shun him become potential victims The killer sews a piece of the victim s skin onto a st [...]

    9. I loved it This is the second book I have read by this wonderful author Danielle DeVor It was a delight of a read The story is about a sixteen year old Jason Miller who wants to accomplish several things in his life.The author has an amazing way of delivering a story through the eyes of a teenager She tackles all the important issue that young people face in school such as harassment, bullying and constant pressure that will turn one s world upside down.This book is filled with thrilling episode [...]

    10. Dancing with a Dead Horse kept me turning the pages A great YA horror mystery, but I d recommend it for the older of the teens out there DeVor isn t one to shy away from the horror or the violence.I really enjoyed the main character s point of view, his language, and his attitude The voice of the story as much as the tension and the suspense kept my attention It was interesting to see his view of himself mirrored with the other students view of him The small town, the police force, his parents r [...]

    11. What the hell Why would people rate it so high She has family and friends writing reviews for her or what The first few chapters were good Then, it flopped It when from hey this could be fun to I ve wasted money and at the end you got to be kidding me The author should read her book again and tell people it s worth reading or otherwise.

    12. Don t normally write review s but had to on this one The high ratings drew me to the book and I just don t get it The book draws you in at the beginning then falls flat quickly The build up leads to an ending that feels rushed and not worth the wait.

    13. the book was poorly written and had a sense of not being edited the story line was hard to follow and felt disjointed.

    14. I found the story and writing to be boring It could possibly be a good book for teenagers if the language was removed The story could have still been told without all of the bad language.

    15. not what I was hoping forI m just not that sure how this got such good reviews Boring, unnecessary fillers, no memorable characters, choppy, and poorly written.

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