Brief Summary Of 'The Lovely Bones'

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The book is called “The Lovely Bones.” The plot of this story is figuring out who murdered Susie. The theme of this novel is murder and mystery. The setting is in a small town in Pennsylvania.
Here are multiple things that are the same or different from the book over to the movie are these things; One, there are less emotional scenes throughout the movie there were plenty more in the book. Second, the book depicts a lot of graphic details murders. Third, throughout the book there is a lot of suspense and the family is on the hunt, in the movie there is really no suspense and it is kind of like Jack already knew Mr. Harvey killed Susie. Fourth, In the book there is a lot more characters then there is in the movie. Fifth, something that stays

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