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Choose one of the books in the list and write a review in about 300 words. You can choose any other editions, including e-book editions.

Bowen, James, A Street Cat Named Bob,  Hodder & Stoughton

Boyne, John, The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, David Fickling Books

Boyne, John, The House of Special Purpose, Black Swan

Dahl, Roahl, Boy, Tales of Chilhood, Puffin

Dahl, Roahl, Going Solo, Puffin

Dowswell, Paul,  Aüslander, Bloosmsbury

Haddon,  Mark, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, David Fickling Books

Orwell, George, Animal Farm, Penguin Classics


Introduction: general comments about the book

Title, author and kind of book (adventure, mystery, detective, romance, horror…)

 Plot: a brief summary of what happens

You want to tell what the story ismostly about. What is the main event or conflict? What things lead up to it? What happens as a result?

Characters: briefly describe and comment on the main characters

What are they like?

Other information: anything else important that you want to say about the book

Did you like the story? What was the best part of the book?How did the story make you feel?

Did you feel different things at different points in the story?

What new things did you learn from this book?

 Conclusion: include your personal recommendations here

Would you recommend this book? Why (not)? Would you read other books by this author?

You can read more about writing a book review below:

February 5, 2013 - Posted by | 1st ADV, BLOG BOARD, Reading, Writing

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