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Pool Hayes Academy
Willenhall,

Where the World Ends
Every event happens in the right order so nothing confusing the plot. Gender inequality was addressed really well. Readers can really feel for Quilliam because although he really has to act cool in front of the other boys, in truth he wants to show care and affection to Murdina.
Posted on: 15 Jun 2018



After the fire
The intense, dramatic story opening was a real page turner. The main character Moonbeam really grew as the plot developed. A rollercoaster of scared, sad, scared, sad, happy mid-way, fearful of Luke, angry, but content at the end of the story; the ending was satisfactory one.
Posted on: 15 Jun 2018



Wed Wabbit
Fidge made a huge mistake when she threw the toy rabbit into the road, and having to learn to become more tolerant and generally just growing up was a tough lesson for to learn. The characters were convincing, especially Fidge, the use of imagination made the plot brilliant and very humorous. The wibbily woos were wewy welatable because some people believe they are great at everything, but they're not, everyone has weaknesses.
Posted on: 15 Jun 2018



Rook
The main characters were believable, teenagers can really relate to them. The lot dealt very well first crush, family issues and BULLYING. Kenny has special needs and it gives the reader an insight the difficulties and challenges with everyday life.
Posted on: 15 Jun 2018



The great book debate
Our debates have covered some BIG issues portrayed in the titles; Saint Death: Gangs, poverty and migration; style gets a five star rating. characters are extremely convincing, five stars. The main characters are just teenagers. The plot is realistic ... we even believe the American boarder fences came down.
Posted on: 15 Jun 2018



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