Edward , Lancaster Royal Grammar School
I think that Saint Death is a very realistic book that shows the real life in Mexico. It does this by following the horrific life of Arturo. He does not experience any fortune or good luck in his life, showing how hard it is to live in Mexico. Falling into debt for a gang doesn't turn out well for him. He tries to get out of it but the writer makes it very hard and throws all misfortune his way.
His style of writing is easy to read for the teen audience. Sedgwick also makes it very descriptive so the image of his life is easily achieved. All the people are pictured straight away, making it simple to follow.
Overall i would give Saint Death a 7/10.
Posted on: 30th April 2018 at 06:18 pm
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