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View 2 comments. Dec 03, Sunny rated it it was amazing. It’s maybe middle grade, but I think everyone can enjoy it. I got that creepy horror feeling a few times during the story, and even if it was very trope filled it was good.
Maybe I’m letting it get away with more since I am not in the main group it’s aimed at, or maybe I’m just into some light horror. Either way I reccomend.
Mar 29, Melanie Dulaney rated it really liked it Shelves: middle-grades , scary-horror. In “Bury Me,” the author capitalizes on the common fear element that dolls have come to represent in the horror genre.
But Alexander’s writing is far better than many of the shock and awe, haunted doll books of mass produced series such as Goosebumps. I was impressed with his description of main character Kimberly’s approach to her trailer home on the outskirts of town.
ELA teachers absolutely could use this passage when urging their class to use sensory language when writing so readers must engage all their senses. The author is also able to make the reader almost believe that the creepy doll in a red dress is really able to come back after two burials and two burnings.
And while I was pretty sure I knew how the situation would resolve itself, there was one unexpected twist and I was not absolutely sure of all of the details until near the end. Librarians of students in grades and possibly a bit older can put this one in their collections without worries about content as it is free of profanity, violence and sexual content.
Note: In one of his other books, “Scare Me,” a character lives with his two dads and the author’s bio page does mention that another of his other middle grade works, “Fear Zone,” does represent the LGBTQ community. Dec 03, Hadley rated it it was amazing. In horror books and movies, we often see dolls as the main source of scares such as Annabelle or Child’s Play. Alexander’s Bury Me we get another scary doll to add to the list with some pretty good spine chilling moments, too.
We start with Kimberly Rice, who is a kid with a vivid imagination that can imagine up anything her heart desires, but because of this, people don’t believe her when strange things begin to happen in Copper Hollow. She has two friends named Alicia and James- – -bu In horror books and movies, we often see dolls as the main source of scares such as Annabelle or Child’s Play.
She has two friends named Alicia and James- – -but Kimberly feels like she doesn’t fit in with them because they live in houses while she lives in a trailer. They don’t. They never have. It hurt my feelings at first, but I got over it fast. They’re still my best and only friends, so I can’t really complain when they don’t have me over to their houses. It’s not like I can really invite them over to mine.
Although she states that they are her best friends, there is another part that may suggest otherwise. At first, we read about Kimberly being ashamed of her home although she states she has never tried to invite her friends over – – – as far as we know – – – but during a scene where Kimberly goes over to Alicia’s home for help with this doll, Alicia doesn’t invite her inside, which Kimberly points out.
But Kimberly’s dysfunctional friendships aren’t what the story is about. The book is about a doll that suddenly shows up with the words ‘bury me’ written across its dress in black ink.
The perfect setting for a horror story. Kimberly teams up with her friends, Alicia and James, to figure out what this doll wants. Alicia convinces Kimberly to do what the doll’s dress says: ‘bury me. They finally begin to question whether or not the doll is possessed by an evil spirit because the doll’s mouth moves on its own, making frowns and even seeming to silently scream at one point, and no matter what they do, the doll always comes back completely intact.
Yet, the only one the doll seems to be ‘haunting’ is Kimberly, although James and Alicia participate in trying to get rid of it. Kimberly is also haunted by dreams that aren’t exactly her own, but she doesn’t reveal these to her friends- – – which doing so may have helped in the long run. As a result, the friends never really figure out how to get rid of the doll, it seems that only Kimberly’s dreams can figure this out it just takes her nearly the entire book to figure it out.
The horror elements in this story are pretty good, but as the book recommended age states, it’s for pre-teens. Yet, Alexander did a better job on this than ‘The Collector’ when it came to those elements. I honestly really enjoyed this book, even as an adult. We continue with Alicia and James beginning to question Kimberly, thinking that this is just a prank she has come up with because their town is boring: ” ‘Did you do this?
Once more, my heart throbs- – -but this time, with a note of anger. Even when she asks the Mayor about this very book, he has no idea what she’s speaking of. The one about our history. I don’t remember you showing me a book. It makes me wonder. Or maybe he just has some sort of memory loss? She, who is rarely home and works double shifts throughout the entire book, is never there for Kimberly, but also,Kimberly never goes to her mother for help. The story starts quickly, getting right into the doll appearing, and by the end, we learn something that was not predictable – – -this is good writing.
Bury Me is what YA horror books should be: suspense, unpredictable moments and likable characters. And compared to Alexander’s first book, The Collector, his story telling is getting better to the point that I am looking forward to reading his other recent books, but hopefully he sticks to telling stories with children and not adults.
I highly recommend this book to fans of R. Stine’s ‘Goosebumps,’ because I truly believe we have our next R. Great story, great writing. For more paranormal books, check out my blog at GoreAndTea. Oct 19, Samantha Bartley rated it really liked it. Here we are with another middle grade spooky story to add to my October reading list!
But first, short time. When I was about thirteen, I went into my room and found this scary, half burned porcelain doll sitting on my dresser. I though I was having hallucinations because there was no way that thing was real. Turns out my brother found it in the fire pit of the house next door and decided to try and scare me. It worked. All of that to say, I do understand how an old scary doll showing up when you Here we are with another middle grade spooky story to add to my October reading list!
All of that to say, I do understand how an old scary doll showing up when you least expect it can be creepy…especially when you think you finally got rid of it. Even though it was pretty short it kept my interest and had a decent plot line to it. It gives readers a way to try to figure it out on their own by piecing the clues together. Parts of me wonder if the author played Nancy Drew: Ghost of Thornton Hall before writing this, because I felt like there were quite a few similarities with the storyline.
Still though, I suppose there is no original plot when it comes to ghosts and haunted old mansions. I think I liked this one better than the last one I read by this author.
The ending at least had a stronger conclusion that worked well with the rest of the story. Dec 06, Derek L. Out of all the contemporary children’s “horror” books I have read, I don’t think any have really been as provocative and strong as K. Alexander’s book, Bury Me, was. The story is one I would have loved as a child and probably would have been freaked at the cover. Knowing me, the cover wouldn’t completely deter me from reading the book!
The main character, Kimberly Rice, was a character I would have enjoyed being around, had I been in this world and around her age. The only thing I wish the aut Out of all the contemporary children’s “horror” books I have read, I don’t think any have really been as provocative and strong as K.
The only thing I wish the author would have done in this book was give her friends a bigger role than they had.
Yeah, they did play their role well, but there could have been more to explore with them. This was a great story and I would recommend this to any kids who desire to start reading scary books. Jan 31, Shayna rated it really liked it. Generally well written as a thriller. May 30, Sam Serrano rated it really liked it.
It was a nice read. The story was more of a psychological horror which is the type of horror I love. Oct 22, cat!! It is much scarier than The Collecter. It wasn’t actually that scary though The part where the doll randomly appeared kind of seemed like jump scares Jun 30, Chevy rated it it was ok. I decided to read this after reading Follow Me which I remember liking well enough but I think that was mainly for the nostalgia factor and not so much for the writing or storyline.
This book definitely reads like an R. Stein goosebumps book; creepy for a kid but very basic plot. I was reading along ok and getting antsy to finish when the ball dropped and the reason behind what was happening was revealed.
The fact that there were no hints as to what was going on to allow the reader to speculate I decided to read this after reading Follow Me which I remember liking well enough but I think that was mainly for the nostalgia factor and not so much for the writing or storyline. The fact that there were no hints as to what was going on to allow the reader to speculate or guess what was to come was disappointing and just having the information all laid out in a couple of chapters put a sour taste in my mouth.
Overall it was a quick read that I probably would have absolutely loved as a kid but as an adult it was the nail in the K. Aug 25, Nat Walsh marked it as to-read. Once I finish the Collector, I might as well buy this book and a few other books from this author.
Stine is my favorite author. Let me know what you think about K. May 02, Di rated it really liked it Shelves: bought Such an entertaining read. I do own a copy of this one, but I listened to the audiobook which I borrowed from my library. It definitely had a few creepy scenes and even though I’m outside the target age range for this book, it still kept my interest throughout.
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