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The Class Project: How To Kill a Mother: The True Story of Canada's Infamous Bathtub Girls
April 13, 2019 Comments.. 963
The Class Project How To Kill a Mother The True Story of Canada s Infamous Bathtub Girls The Class Project investigates the incredible murder of a mother by her two teenaged daughters Author Bob Mitchell details the murder trial and provides a troubling look at the youth culture that not
  • Title: The Class Project: How To Kill a Mother: The True Story of Canada's Infamous Bathtub Girls
  • Author: Bob Mitchell
  • ISBN: 9781552639290
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Class Project investigates the incredible murder of a mother by her two teenaged daughters Author Bob Mitchell details the murder trial and provides a troubling look at the youth culture that not only supported the two sisters but encouraged them to commit the crime and then revel in their secret for almost a year Through interviews with witnesses, Mitchell reveals tThe Class Project investigates the incredible murder of a mother by her two teenaged daughters Author Bob Mitchell details the murder trial and provides a troubling look at the youth culture that not only supported the two sisters but encouraged them to commit the crime and then revel in their secret for almost a year Through interviews with witnesses, Mitchell reveals the world in which the girls lived, exploring the social and psychological elements that influenced their actions.
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    1. Jessica says:

      Dude, run your manuscripts through Spell and Grammar check The volume of the spelling, punctuation and grammar errors are over the top I am also curious how you became an author when you don t know the difference between exacerbate and exasperate.

    2. Carla M says:

      I just finished reading this book, I thought the story was interesting and scary, since it s so close to home, I work right across the street from the Police Division that dealt with this But I have to say the writing was horrible, alot of repeating sentences, and it was just all over the map One paragraph your 3 days before the murder, then the next your months after then right after your 5 days before Got confusing and too repetitive.

    3. Eva Leger says:

      If someone asked me to name the top book I ve read where the subject was very interesting yet the writing very terrible, I d name this specimen right here I read this over two months ago and am just not reviewing it Luckily for me, I took notes Due to time constraints I ll only include those notes which are about something I vividly remember or and still annoyed by.1st note Alan Cairns says, in the foreword, that For various reasons I could not participate I see through you Alan I know why you d [...]

    4. Keyreads says:

      The writing in this book was horrible Too many mistakes, I stopped counting The only reason I kept reading was b c I couldn t believe the crime these young teens committed Would have rated higher if the writing wasn t so bad.

    5. Jennifer says:

      Good story, but the writing was HORRENDOUS Not only did the author need spellcheck, but the writing style was dulled down Disappointing.

    6. Clare Holman-Hobbs says:

      Really interesting and in depth A little repetitive at times, but a really good true crime book none the less

    7. Susie says:

      I was riveted by this story So many things about it fascinate me the girls motivation for committing such an act, the fact that their friends went along with it, the girls supreme intelligence and potentially sociopathic nature, the fact that one sister tried to seduce Tucker Max via the interweb, and The thing that fascinates me the most is that their identities are protected under Canadian law so it looks like we will never know who they really are, and the fact that they have already been re [...]

    8. Rachel Ramirez says:

      The true story that this book is based off of is extremely interesting but the writing was terrible It was like Mr Mitchell didn t know of word document or its spell check option It also wouldn t have hurt to have a grammar check either Mr Mitchell would have benefited a lot from an editor because I really wanted to read this book but forced myself upon false hope to keep reading.

    9. Malarie says:

      It took me a while to read through this It was an interesting subject matter I wasn t expecting great writing anyways as it is a non fiction crime book which are normally poorly written I had watched the movie Perfect Sisters prior to this so I knew a bit about the murder.

    10. Aubrey says:

      This case, oh my goodness this case It s chilling I read this book for the first time nearly ten years ago for my Intro to Criminology class I was eighteen, a first year university student I was idealistic This book jaded me in ways I didn t expect Reading it for the second time, so much later, it hits me a little differently than it did then But it still hits.Ten years ago, I had little to no experience with true crime beyond what I read on CBC news or in my city s local news outlets These acco [...]

    11. Kim says:

      Considering the author of this book is a reporter for Canadas largest daily newspaper for 30 years no less I was rather unimpressed by the writing and overall flow of this book The story itself is interesting enough, and the details are disturbing I found the taped recordings content to be especially twisted Just wish the author could have written the book in a fluid and organized manner That would have given the story a impactful delivery.

    12. Celine says:

      Very interesting topic and story but too long and very repetitive The timeline was sort of wonky and it could have been a lot shorter if it were condensed Things like assertions the girls had made and some pieces of evidence were mentioned at random times and it got very repetitive It was clear that the author was used to writing newspaper articles I think that he wasn t so successful with the novel as it was not logical or cohesive.

    13. Nancy says:

      INSANITY These 2 teenagers killed their own mother by giving her pills mixed with alcohol she was a severe alcoholic and put her in the bathtub How they could drown their own mother is beyond me And the fact that they show little inappropriate emotion is very disturbing.

    14. Whitney says:

      Bathtub SistersI wish I knew their real names to research this I personally feel like they got off extremely light, at least from what I know.

    15. Sarah says:

      I feel bad even rateing this book because its so sad that it even happened, but since I, myself eork with young offenders I had to check it out.Interesting read.

    16. Georgie Henley says:

      nothing goood

    17. Noel says:

      This was a great book I loved it from begining to end To think it actually happened is scary I recomman this book to all those who love murder mysteries and true crime

    18. Alexis says:

      So many typos, drove me absolutely crazy To the point I almost gave up on the book.

    19. Mindy says:

      Interesting story, poor writing.

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