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  • Paperback
  • 195 pages
  • The Body
  • Carol Ellis
  • English
  • 27 March 2019
  • 0590135422

10 thoughts on “The Body

  1. Ken Ken says:

    It only took the first chapter to vividly remind me that I d read this Point Horror as a teen.Admittedly this one feels like a product of its time, but it didn t stop me having a fun nostalgic feel towards it.Melanie I d hired to read to Lisa, a teen who d recently became paralysed and mute after a serious accident.Melanie soon realises that Lisa is trying to communicate as she reads her Jane Eyre.It s a nice engaging mystery that slowly drips enough information to keep the reader guessing.A n It only took the first chapter to vividly remind me that I d read this Point Horror as a teen.Admittedly this one feels like a product of its time, but it didn t stop me having a fun nostalgic feel towards it.Melanie I d hired to read to Lisa, a teen who d recently became paralysed and mute after a serious accident.Melanie soon realises that Lisa is trying to communicate as she reads her Jane Eyre.It s a nice engaging mystery that slowly drips enough information to keep the reader guessing.A noticeable PH trope is the referencing of a noticeable work of fiction, but it s used to get effect with Bront classic in this enjoyable entry in the range


  2. Leslie Leslie says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Melanie moves to a new town with her parents It s summer she s bored since she s the new girl doesn t have many friends She looks in the paper finds a job for reading 1 hour a day She starts her new job As Melanie reads to Lisa who was paralyzed from a fall that should of killed her , Lisa starts giving Mel clues from the book by either moving her hand or fingers.Over time, Mel confides her friend Trina Lisa s boyfriend Garrett Mel thinks that one of Lisa s friends hates her Which Melanie moves to a new town with her parents It s summer she s bored since she s the new girl doesn t have many friends She looks in the paper finds a job for reading 1 hour a day She starts her new job As Melanie reads to Lisa who was paralyzed from a fall that should of killed her , Lisa starts giving Mel clues from the book by either moving her hand or fingers.Over time, Mel confides her friend Trina Lisa s boyfriend Garrett Mel thinks that one of Lisa s friends hates her Which leads to Melanie believing that Lisa s friend is leaving her messages One in the book 2 at Melanie s home She eventually becomes suspicious of anyone with contact to Lisa Over time, Melanie puts all the clues from Lisa together figures out who hurt Lisa It was Lisa s boyfriend Garrett Not only did he hurt Lisa, but he also killed a hlguy that Lisa had befriended At the end after everything came to light, I m the middle of trying to get Garrett to drop his knife, Lisa screams This shocks everyone because they were told that she was mute from the fall.Lisa s dad calls her doctor trlls her about the scream The Dr said that Lisa may start talking again soon.Overall, not a bad book Might read this book again


  3. Gayle Noble Gayle Noble says:

    Teenager Melanie, recently moved to the area, takes a job reading to Lisa, who was injured in a mysterious accident and cannot walk or talk As she reads from Jane Eyre , Melanie starts to wonder if Lisa is trying to use the book to communicate with her about what happened Who can she trust to find out what really happened This is one of the better Point Horror books, although it still has the some of the usual flaws Melanie trusts people she doesn t know far too easily and tells them everyth Teenager Melanie, recently moved to the area, takes a job reading to Lisa, who was injured in a mysterious accident and cannot walk or talk As she reads from Jane Eyre , Melanie starts to wonder if Lisa is trying to use the book to communicate with her about what happened Who can she trust to find out what really happened This is one of the better Point Horror books, although it still has the some of the usual flaws Melanie trusts people she doesn t know far too easily and tells them everything, there s the usual jumping to conclusions and arguing over a boy, and an aura of danger about a guy means excitement and attraction instead of red flags It was, however, an entertaining and fairly quick read at just under 200 pages


  4. Alex Crozier Alex Crozier says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I loved Scholastic thrillers as a kid so when I found this on a community bookshelf I decided to give it a go for a bit of fun and nostalgia.Had all the conventions of a classic 1990s children s pulp horror new girl in town with shoulder length light brown hair, a cast of thousands, a group of teenagers clearly involved in a dark secret , a diner scene, babysitting, everyone can drive, someone says moi during an argument, some guy wears sunglasses all the time, there s a love interest that s I loved Scholastic thrillers as a kid so when I found this on a community bookshelf I decided to give it a go for a bit of fun and nostalgia.Had all the conventions of a classic 1990s children s pulp horror new girl in town with shoulder length light brown hair, a cast of thousands, a group of teenagers clearly involved in a dark secret , a diner scene, babysitting, everyone can drive, someone says moi during an argument, some guy wears sunglasses all the time, there s a love interest that s also a suspect and there s a suspicious girl rival that starts out a suspect but then fades into obscurity Considering that the twist at the end of the book is the discovery of a body in the woods, I m not sure who the heck decided it was a good idea to call the book The Body , slap a picture of a corpse in a woods on the cover and add the Tagline hidden in the woods is a deadly secret It s about as on the nose as calling The Murders in the Rue Morgue the vicious orangutang but I wonder if I would have picked up on it if I d read this one when I was 9.To sum up trashy, formulaic, book title is the solution to the mystery All I could ever ask for, 10 10


  5. Sheri Sheri says:

    The Body Carol Ellis Y A Thriller Melanie is new in town and takes on a job reading to Lisa Randolph Lisa had an accident and ended up in a wheel chair and unable to speak But what exactly happened to get Lisa into this state, no one knows, that is until Melanie shows up.Melanie seems to think that lisa is trying to relay a message to her but when she tries to tell others she is not believed Soon Melanie starts to receive warnings to keep quiet Melanie is not sure who to trust and soon fi The Body Carol Ellis Y A Thriller Melanie is new in town and takes on a job reading to Lisa Randolph Lisa had an accident and ended up in a wheel chair and unable to speak But what exactly happened to get Lisa into this state, no one knows, that is until Melanie shows up.Melanie seems to think that lisa is trying to relay a message to her but when she tries to tell others she is not believed Soon Melanie starts to receive warnings to keep quiet Melanie is not sure who to trust and soon finds herself in danger Several people have reason to quiet Melanie and she does not know who to trust A nice thriller with everyone suspect Great ending


  6. Lydia Lydia says:

    Kr sne spomienky na moje itate sk za iatky P ilo sa mi to aj po to k ch rokoch, nap nav , ve a som si z pr behu nepam tala, tak e som si ho naozaj nanovo u ila


  7. Jenni V. Jenni V. says:

    Megan s 12 years old Opinion5 stars This is one of my favorite books It s right up there with The Diary of Anne Frank and Out of My Mind I liked the ending, it was a real plot twist.This is the first thriller I ve read and it really set the standard high I would like to read this author again.I ve recommended it lots of times since I finished it My Opinion4 starsWhen Megan finished this she immediately said I had to read it because she wanted to discuss the ending with someone She gav Megan s 12 years old Opinion5 stars This is one of my favorite books It s right up there with The Diary of Anne Frank and Out of My Mind I liked the ending, it was a real plot twist.This is the first thriller I ve read and it really set the standard high I would like to read this author again.I ve recommended it lots of times since I finished it My Opinion4 starsWhen Megan finished this she immediately said I had to read it because she wanted to discuss the ending with someone She gave it to me before bed last night and the first words out of her mouth this morning were, Have you read it yet so I knew it had to be a priority I sat down right away and finished it in about an hour.I m rating it highly because of her reaction and passion for passing it along I know I m not the target audience for this but I would ve also loved it at her age Even at my age it kept my interest and had some surprises along the way I didn t expect the pages to pass as quickly as they did and I had sweaty palms at the end because I wasn t sure how everything would resolve.I will definitely see if this author has any other books Megan can read.Find all my reviews at


  8. Charlotte Munro Charlotte Munro says:

    One of the better Point Horror offerings concise and interesting and kept the pages turning with the pace and the mystery Not my favourite one of the series but a good contender.The characters were there, each having their own flaws and personality which made it better than some of the tick the box personalities complex I liked the story and thought it was good until the very end and as I said, it was a mysterious page turner and I was happy to sit in the British sunshine and read this in a One of the better Point Horror offerings concise and interesting and kept the pages turning with the pace and the mystery Not my favourite one of the series but a good contender.The characters were there, each having their own flaws and personality which made it better than some of the tick the box personalities complex I liked the story and thought it was good until the very end and as I said, it was a mysterious page turner and I was happy to sit in the British sunshine and read this in an hour


  9. Heather Heather says:

    I m conflicted I read this for our podcast Teenage Scream, which dissects the best and worst of 90s Teen Horror.https soundcloud.com teenagescream I m conflicted I read this for our podcast Teenage Scream, which dissects the best and worst of 90s Teen Horror.https soundcloud.com teenagescream


  10. Nat Nat says:

    Great mystery Oh how I miss the Scholastic thrillers of the olden days.


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The Body❰PDF / Epub❯ ☀ The Body Author Carol Ellis – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk No one knows what really happened the night Lisa Randolph fell off the cliff And it seems that no one ever will for the accident has left her paralyzed and muteThen Melanie is hired to read to Lisa An No one knows what really happened the night Lisa Randolph fell off the cliff And it seems that no one ever will for the accident has left her paralyzed and muteThen Melanie is hired to read to Lisa And soon she realizes Lisa is desperately trying to tell her something, something too deadly for wordsIf Melanie doesn t piece the clues together before it s too late, Lisa s gruesome secret could stay buried for ever.


About the Author: Carol Ellis

Carol Ellis is an American author of young adult and children s fiction Her first novel, My Secret Admirer, was published in by as part of their popular Point Thriller lineShe went on to write over fifteen novels, including a few titles in the Zodiac Chillers series published by Random House in the mid s, and two titles in The Blair Witch Files series for young adults, published by Bantam between and .