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I read this book 29th July '18

The Hunger Games
Author: Suzanne Collins
This, without a doubt, is a adventure story. From right at the beginning, when Katniss was hunting in the woods, and all the way through the book to the very end, you get that tingling sensation, exclusive to only the best adventures. I loved this book soooooooooooo much - there are hardly any words to describe its fabulousity.
The emotive language that has been used in this book is phenomenal. Every step of the way, it is though you are there, fighting those battles, sharing those sorrows. Katniss is a wonderful character and many young girls should aspire to her persevering nature and independent characteristics. She is a true hero, and deals with the hunger games in just the right way. Whether she wins or not, is still an unanswered question.....

Of course, I must talk about the violence element - it is only expected for this story to be gory. Surprisingly, I found that Collins has described these incidents in such a manner that you are shaken mostly not by horror but by sorrow. This, however doesn't change my view that this is for mature and sensible children aged 11+. It could, however, be read to children by their parents even if the children are only 10 (or over).

Wrote a Review 29th July '18

Book pages The Hunger Games
The Hunger Games
I read it aged 11
This, without a doubt, is a adventure story. From right at the beginning, when Katniss was hunting in the woods, and all the way through the book to the very end, you get that tingling sensation, exclusive to only the best adventures. I loved this book soooooooooooo much - there are hardly any words to describe its fabulousity.
The emotive language that has been used in this book is phenomenal. Every step of the way, it is though you are there, fighting those battles, sharing those sorrows. Katniss is a wonderful character and many young girls should aspire to her persevering nature and independent characteristics. She is a true hero, and deals with the hunger games in just the right way. Whether she wins or not, is still an unanswered question.....

Of course, I must talk about the violence element - it is only expected for this story to be gory. Surprisingly, I found that Collins has described these incidents in such a manner that you are shaken mostly not by horror but by sorrow. This, however doesn't change my view that this is for mature and sensible children aged 11+. It could, however, be read to children by their parents even if the children are only 10 (or over).

Wrote a Review 8th June '18

Book pages Battle of the Beetles
Battle of the Beetles
I read it aged 11
Championing the two books before it, this unforgettable adventure crowns the beetle trilogy in utmost splendour!

Darkus and his friends battle it out to the end... Who will win?

I read this book 8th June '18

Battle of the Beetles
Author: M.G. Leonard
Championing the two books before it, this unforgettable adventure crowns the beetle trilogy in utmost splendour!

Darkus and his friends battle it out to the end... Who will win?

Wrote a Review 8th June '18

Book pages A Spoonful of Murder: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery
A Spoonful of Murder: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery
I read it aged 11
Being a great fan of Robin Stevens books, I was delighted to discover that she had just written a new one!
 As thrilling as all her other books, A Spoonful of Murder has a great plot and is a great mystery book!