Jemma, John Mason School - Abingdon
Wolf Hollow is a sad, moving book set in the second world war. It is written in first person by one of the main characters, Annabelle. She leads a happy life until a sly girl called Betty Glengarry comes along. There is a lone man called Toby, who rarely speaks.
The setting was particularly good and very descriptive. And the characters were well thought out and realistic. However, I felt as if the story it's self was not very believable or realistic. It is a good book and is likely to make you cry.
I'd recommend this to readers of about 11-14 and people who like mystery stories. I'd give this book 7 out of ten.
Posted on: 4th April 2017 at 06:40 pm
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