Polina, Broadoak Maths and Computing College
From what I've read so far, I believe the author uses an effective technique of introducing the characters gradually rather than all at once. For example, we meet Betty quite early on in the story, and her first few appearances seem to be intimidating and unwelcoming, causing people to distance themselves from her initially due to her bad first impression. This makes it easier for the reader to understand the characters with the small details that are introduced throughout, I think that makes for a more enjoyable reading experience.
I really think that the descriptive language of this book gives a strong visual representation of the setting. With this, a reader can have a more in-depth analysis of the characters emotions through their environment as well as their individual personalities, as a persons characteristics can vary depending of where they were raised or brought up originally.
Overall, I think that the book so far has great potential to be quite enticing to the reader, and has a lot of interesting details to the characters to develop the story more.
Posted on: 18th May 2017 at 02:34 pm
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