The Lovely Bones had a good/ catchy novel line, but in my opinion, it was poorly written. The transitions are very awkward, and the choice of wordings are most junctures ridiculous. I hate the gospel truth that when Susie had her prospect of being "momentarily alive", she squandered it by unite instead of maybe enforcing closure to her wounded birth. The novel might have been set in the 70'euphoria, but criminal honesty then should not be that incompetent, not to mention the fate her killer met was sooooooo frustrating. Overall, this book didnt sit well in my belly.