William, Lancaster Royal Grammar School
After the Fire
You are in the middle of a battle, of a fire. The Government is involved. The narrator’s family are under attack, and she has to save the children. Next scene you are in a hospital. The narrator, Moonbeam, drifts in and out of consciousness, and does not understand what is happening. Her world has been shattered, the rules have changed, it is now permissible to eat fruit and vegetables in the same meal, but the doors are still locked, and Father John’s voice still reverberates in her head. I found this book relatable to a computer game, when you read it it’s like you are playing in real life. But just when you think it will go one way, it moves to somewhere you would never have thought about. For that reason I give this book a 9 out of 10. To get 10, I think that the writer needs to relate more to the reader, then the characters in the book.
Posted on: 3rd May 2018 at 07:32 am
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