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The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
The Graveyard Book

Rubix, December 15, 2013

In the beginning a baby has run away from a man named Jack who is on a hunt to kill this baby. The baby came to a graveyard and was given the freedom of the graveyard. Then in the middle Bod (the name he was given by the ghosts that take care of him) goes through a lot of trouble by going out of the graveyard (which he is not allowed to because of the man Jack). Finally at the end the man Jack, who has been looking for 14 years for this boy, tries to kill him, but Bod out-smarts him.

I like this book a lot because I like killing books. I would recommend this book because it is a great adventure book. If you would like to know if you would like it, here. It has some killing, it is written a little in old fashioned speaking, it’s based in England and it has ghosts, sleer and ghouls.
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