Gail, John Mason School - Abingdon
The Smell of Other People's Houses
This book is about four different people with completely different lifestyles. It is set in Alaska just after it became a state of America. In the book, it switches between their points of view every few chapters so you get lots of different ideas and it isn't biased. Additionally, it makes all the character's stories meet. It is well written and at the end, all the character's stories are entwined and have developed a lot since the start of the book. I think this book is quite good and I would recommend this book to older readers.
Posted on: 8th May 2017 at 07:36 am
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