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Erica, Malvern St James MSJ

Salt to the Sea

I like the book because it is very interesting how there is such mystery in the plot.I enjoyed reading it because it is really shocking so you want to find out what happens next. I was interested in the story but I think that some of it is a bit heavy. I cared about the little boy because he must be really lonely without his mum. I also feel sorry for the dead women, including his mum, because they were frozen alive. they had shocked faces, frozen in motion. I would recommend this book to the people who are older and like gruesome things. I would also recommend this book for someone who likes to feel sad when they read a book. I get a feel for mystery and depression as well as a bit of horror in a way. It feels like it is in the middle of a war and they are evacuee children. I think that there are lots of changes of perspective when narrating as the person changes each chapter. I think that there are not many descriptions of the characters apart from the dead lady in the snow. I don't really know much about the characters so I would like to know more but they seem quite interesting because it feels like the book is leading up to something. I think that there is not much dialogue, but you don't really need to have much because there are lots of different people in each chapter telling you what they thing about what's going on. I think that there is a war going on and the army are going past their road. I think that there is a mystery going on as to why the people are dying in the snow. I think something dreadful is right around the corner.

Posted on: 5th June 2017 at 03:58 pm

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