Vasco, Bryanston Carnegie Club
Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth
Sputnik's guide to life on earth, is a very interesting book; It does't exactly have the suspense that an action book would have, but it also makes us want to read the rest. I really enjoy the side of the foster child, who doesn't speak to the parents, but only we know what is going on in his mind, and what he is thinking of. This makes a connection, in between the reader, who just thinks when he reads, and does not speak. Although I do think that some parts are confusing, for example, I do not at all understand how the parents can sometimes know what Sputnik is saying, and give him a response back, since he is supposed to, in their eyes, be a dog. I do like its fictional side, but as for the example that I have previously mentioned, I enjoy more structured books. I do really enjoy the writer's style, and I particularly enjoyed the description of Adrian's wall.
Posted on: 20th May 2017 at 09:43 am
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