Not that long ago this book’s sequel came out, and I thought I would do a re-read. It has been 2 years and a bit since the last time I read this book, and if you read my review for that one you would know that while I did like the book, I wasn’t that happy with it for several reasons.
Then Seanie and JP started singing it, and I had to join in, and some of the guys ahead of us heard it too, and the ones on the rugby team were singing up there right with us. But I don’t tell Seanie and JP about the diarrhea spell, because I didn’t believe it as anything more than a sick coincidence – karma, kind of. It served me right for being stupid enough to get drunk in the first place.
And I didn’t tell them about seeing Mrs. Singer staring at me from behind the door when I left for school, either.
Well this was an… um interesting trip, I guess. I have to admit that several times during the book I was thinking of dropping it. It was a bit too vulgar and gory for me. But I pushed, mostly because I wanted to know about the assassins and I wanted to learn more about the characters.