ife, King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls
I found this book to be a captivating,and well-written read. It was interesting to see the story unfold, through the eyes of the main character Annabelle, who despite being a child had a mature attitude towards events, and characters in the book. I particularly liked Toby, a man shrouded in mystery. I loved how the author unravelled his tale, as the story continued, and I would have loved to have found out more about him. However, I felt he did develop during the course of the book.
Eventhough I felt the book was a good read, charaters such as Betty Glennarry could have been developed more, I would have liked to have discovered her motives for being so
horrible to Annabelle (this was a rather hazy area).
I would reccomend this book to anyone over the age of 12, as I feel it has good principes, and some important morals and lessons to teach.
Posted on: 27th April 2017 at 09:28 pm
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