Alsager LRC Shadowing Group Alsager, Group status: We were all really surprised that Where the World ends won this year! We've really enjoyed our time in this shadowing group and are sad that it's nearly over. We've done drama pieces and even created a book trailer. We hope next year's group enjoy!!
Our Group 2018
All of us!
Saint Death by Thomas Overall "Saint Death" was an amazing book. It used metaphors creatively, by using them as a recurring theme stopping main character Arturo's actions. . . . read full review
Wed Wabbit by Hannah The plot in this book was definitely interesting. It is not like many books out at the moment so if you are looking for something a bit different then . . . read full review
Rook by Jacob Rook-Anthony McGowan
The book was short but engaging with Nicky and his brother rescuing a rook left for dead.Nicky must deal with life as a teenager . . . read full review
Wed Wabbit by Milly So far, I'm really enjoying this book. Fidge has just discovered that Wed Wabbit (the new leader of Wimbley Land) is draining all the colour from the . . . read full review
Where the World Ends by Rio Whilst reading Where the World Ends I didn't like it very much, whilst the idea of going to an island in the Summer to hunt is original, I never found . . . read full review
The Hate U Give by Ellie The theme of this book is about Starr Carter trying to get black people equal rights as she witnessed the shooting of her unarmed friend. I found this . . . read full review
Release by Ellie The main character is faced with the task of telling people about him and how his boss tried to rape him. He must tell someone. The theme of the book . . . read full review
Release by Eve I would personally give this book 4/5 stars. The author grabbed the emotions of the characters very well.
This book had a good readability when deali . . . read full review
Title: Salt to the Sea Author: Ruta Sepetys Winning Year: 2017
It's early 1945 and a group of people trek across Germany, bound together by their desperation to reach the ship that can take them away from the war-ravaged land. Four young people, each haunted by their own dark secret, narrate their unforgettable stori
Angie Thomas was born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi. She studied Creative
Writing at Belhaven University, where she was one of the only black students –
a theme visited in The Hate U Give, her debut novel, which is
currentl . . .