Phillip, St Augustines Catholic College
This book was an enjoyable book. It was well thought out and the idea of a separate world that related to the Wimbley Woo books was a good idea. I liked how the author included a map as it really helped visualise the world in which the characters were in. The characters developed a lot. All the characters changed from what they were like at the start. Such as Fidge, the main character, became a lot kinder and more sympathetic to Web Wabbit. Another example of a character who changed a lot would be Graham. At the start of the book he is introduced as a coward and seemed to be afraid of everything yet at the end of the book, he got rid of his fears.
I think feel like the author-implanted messages within the book, such as everyone has more than one sides to them. This is shown in an easy to understand way. Half way through the book, the main characters gathered and wrote down each of the different sides of the Wimbley Woos. Another message I think the author put into the book was not to judge a book by its cover. I think this because during the book, you leaned new things about each character that you would not necessarily think if you only saw them for a second. Throughout the book, there is a lot of rhyming and poems. I think this is effective and nice.
I really enjoyed this book and I felt the plot was well developed and in control. I would recommend this book to younger readers and I think I would want to read this book again. I would rate this 9 / 10.
Posted on: 27th April 2018 at 02:08 pm
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