Julian, Addey & Stanhope School Carnegie Club
Where the World Ends
My overall Judgement of Where The World Ends is a positive one. The fact that the book has a map in the first few pages means that you can look back a where they are to keep up with the story. The book is about a Quilliam (the main character) and his friends. Each summer, Quill and his friends are brought to the St. Kilda archipelago (an series of small islands off the coast of Scotland) to hunt birds. Usually, someone brings them back but no one comes. The book also features a mini glossary at the back if you don't know what something is. My only complaint is that about mid-way through the book I began to get lost and lose track of what's happening in the book. However, this book is still very good in my opinion. I would recommend this book to people who are 10-16 year old.
Posted on: 14th May 2018 at 12:55 pm
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