Amelie, St Helen and St Katharine
Wed Wabbit by Lissa Evans is a humorous book with a good message about overcoming your fears. The main character, Fidge, finds herself in a different world which she must get out of, meeting lots of strange characters on the way. Disappointingly, however, the story line didn’t really keep me interested. Whilst the structure is good, I felt that the plot needed more excitement and was a little ‘babyish’. The characters were believable; Fidge behaved as if she was real and the characters from the child’s book in the story were suitably child friendly. However, none of the characters really grabbed my attention and I think this was the main reason why I didn’t enjoy this book as much as I expected to. Evans does, however, create a lot of different moods for example when she describes the actions and consequences of the evil Wimbley Woos and I liked this. Evans writes in an easy style to read and I think a lot of people would find this book enjoyable, it just didn’t keep my interest. I would recommend this book as a quick, light read as it was funny in parts and relaxing to read with no challenging language. I rate this book 7/10.
Posted on: 23rd April 2018 at 09:00 am
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