Olly, Chiswick School
Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth
Sputnik's guide to life on Earth, where do I start. The author of this book is an amazing author and has written one of my favourite books called Millions. Sputnik's guide is a very silly book about a boy whose granddad gets sent to prison for breaking into someones house and shouting at their television. The boy is then sent into temporary accommodation with a family called the Blythes. This is where he meets Sputnik, a boy his age but his planet has been destroyed, he has many sci-fi tools at his disposal and to our main character he looks like a person but to everyone else he is a dog, a different breed per person. The story goes on about the boy's life with Sputnik and all these quests they go on. My favourite is when they go to see the nearby river and Sputnik sees a tyre for the first time, so he eats it. Comedy at its finest ladies and gents.
To wrap up this review all I can say is that this book suits Carnegie so much you would think that it was Carnegie. Well in the 7-12 reading ratio and a very funny read, however because it was 7-12 it was a very quick read which made me very sad because I wanted to read more and more and more. 9/10 funny and suits the age rating a lot. You see it at WHSmiths or Waterstones, GRAB IT!!!
Posted on: 24th April 2017 at 06:36 pm
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