Sunday, 1 November 2009

How I Live Now - by Meg Rosoff

This a really good book for teenage girls. Meg describes the scenes imaginatively through a teenagers eye written in a way that "us young people" understand. I found this a really enjoyable read as the story is written light-heartedly about a very serious matter. One of the downsides is that the first half of the book is written without speech marks, which does sometimes become a little bit confusing. I wish that there was a sequel to this book, as I would like to read more about the characters and how their lives go on. I would definitely recommend this to teenagers mostly, but some parents might like this too. 9.5/10

1 comment:

  1. Well Lizzie, what a marvellous and informative critic you are, I am glad I have finally found your blog. I thought it was on facebook at first. Keep up the good work. The poll is closed so I can't vote, but I would give you 10 out of 10. Dianne Parker Australia.