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Judging from what I have read, I have found Wolf Hollow to be a book of interest and slight eeriness. Personally, I enjoyed the book due to its theme of being impacted by the events of WWII, as well as the characters that make their appearances in the book. The primary character, Annabelle, is the narrator of the story and is shown to be some sort of a heroine, in a way in which I will not elaborate on. The antagonist of the story at the start, Betty, has a brutal and harsh feel to her tone as her behaviour is well-painted as aggressive.
I think the plot is appropriately sequenced and planned, providing the pacing that gives the reader more reason to read on as well as fully understand what is happening when. The dialogue also adds to this positively, as the speech combined with the first-person perspective, which adds an intimate feel thus adding to the story’s flow, creates enjoyable and intriguing scenes. It does good to the story’s plot and gives accessibility to the inner meanings of certain aspects of the book.
In all, the great setting and immersive plot from my subjective verdict truly sold the book for me, and Wolk’s words urged me to re-read it on multiple occasions.
Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5
Posted on: 16th May 2017 at 07:16 pm
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