Grace, St Helen and St Katharine
Wed Wabbit is an amazing reworded book. It really took you into Fidge’s world throughout the book. The plot is really interesting and keeps you on the edge of your seat and you don’t know whether it’s going to work and whether everything is going to be okay. The events are definitely all within the limits set by the subject of the book but I have so far read books that are believable things that happened in real life but this was not believable in real life.
The characters are all convincing but not believable. As what happens in the book is not likely to happen in real life characters all interact with each other as I would expect knowing their surroundings. All the characters act in character throughout the book. All the characters progress and develop throughout the book and one example of this is Graham; at the beginning of the book he is a nervous person that is scared of everything including toast he progresses throughout the book by the end is not scared of anything anymore.
The style is appropriate to the theme and the story makes it easier to read when Fidge is in Wed Wabbit’s fort the author creates a mood of gloom and evil but when Fidge is in the fort everything that happens is incredibly funny. There is a balance of narrative and dialogue throughout the book.
I thought that the book was really funny and really enjoyable read I think Wed Wabbit deserves a 9 out of 10.
Posted on: 23rd April 2018 at 01:07 pm
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