Thursday, June 13, 2013

Review: Sketchy Behavior

Sketchy Behavior

Sketchy Behavior

By Erynn Magnum

Blurb: Drawing Conclusions or Drafting Disaster? Other than harboring a somewhat obsessive fondness for Crispix and completely swearing-off boys after a bad date (don't ask), sixteen-year-old Kate Carter is about as ordinary as they come, except for her two notable talents: art and sarcasm. After an introduction to forensic sketching in her elective art class, Kate discovers a third and most unexpected gift: criminal profiling. Her photo-quality sketch helps the police catch a wanted murderer and earns her celebrity status in South Woodhaven Falls. But when that murderer appears to be using his friends to exact revenge, Kate goes from local hero to possible target. Will she manage to survive? Will life ever be normal again? And will local news anchor Ted Deffle ever stop sending her flowers?
 
Genres: YA, Adventure, Christian, Humor, Mystery, Realistic Fiction
 
Published: August 9, 2011
 
Series: N/A
 
My Rating: 4 stars
 

This was better than I had expected. I've read Miss Match by Erynn Magnum before, and it wasn't my favorite. This book was much better.

Sketchy Behavior is a fun story with a really awesome main character, Kate Carter. She is very sarcastic, which I loved. She likes art (one of my favorite things besides reading) and whe unnknowingly helped catch a notorious murderer. That's so cool, right? I know!

Also, I thought it was interesting to read a book that had to do with criminal profiliing. I'm a fan of Criminal Minds, and no, this book wasn't much like that at all, but it still was cool to read about.

The ending was really suprising and unexpected, too! I thought that I had everything figured out, but I definitely didn't.

I would definitely recommend this to people who like Christian fiction or mysteries. It was a fun book to read.


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