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The graveyard book
It's really disturbing, but it still keeps you reading it. The first chapter had me hoooked and yet totally scared , and toward the end of thebook , I got a suprise. The author got two different plots and mixed them together to make the ending. (Like when Scarlett and Bod met 10 years later). It actually made me scared of the dark as I read it last night , but it's a funny, yet sad book as well.
Posted on: 25 May 2010

Fever Crumb is creative!
This a brilliant book fof people who have a good imagination. Its creative and easy to understand.All i can tell you is that fever crumb is the name of the girl.
Posted on: 25 May 2010

Overall I feel the book is quite an emotional tale of a ''slave girl'' Isabel giving an insight to the reader of life during the American Revolution for slaves but I feel the book's target market should be a bit higher, currently it says it's 11+ but I feel it's a book for a bit more mature reader to be honest as it isn't like any of those Jacqueline Wilson Tracey Beaker story, its more serious than that. Although the book is fictional, it stays true to the historical content even down to the language used in those times and is quite graphic. Each chapter display exerts or articles and letters during the time period. The book itself is very engaing making you want read more but not as grabbing as other books I've read before. But overall, it was an excitable read and can't wait to read the sequel.
Posted on: 25 May 2010

Fever Crumb
It's a really good book, but it had me a little confused until iI realised that it was London in the future. Once I got a little bit of info about Fever's past and Dr.Crumb's past, I guessed the ending (I was close!) I really like how the author has twisted two storylines to produce the ending.
Posted on: 25 May 2010