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Most Helpful Favorable Review

11 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

W O W ! WHAT A CLIFF HANGER!

w o w ! Can this book get nymore thrilling. I don't think so, every second of the way you are being entertained. you sometimes don't want to stop reading it off the hook. REALLY!

posted by Laura51 on September 12, 2009

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Most Helpful Critical Review

7 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

Meh, it was ok...

Eleven Patricia Reilly Giff Wemby Lamb Books Realistic Fiction For years Sam thought that Mack was the nicest man in the world, he thought he was his grandfather, and he never got angry. That was before that fateful day when Sam saw the article saying that...
Eleven Patricia Reilly Giff Wemby Lamb Books Realistic Fiction For years Sam thought that Mack was the nicest man in the world, he thought he was his grandfather, and he never got angry. That was before that fateful day when Sam saw the article saying that he himself had been missing. Sam needed to find someone who could help him read the article easier, so he picked the girl Caroline, who also got assigned to a project with him. Together Sam and Caroline find out who Sam really is, and where he came from. Sam is an eleven year old boy, who has trouble reading, he lives a normal life with his grandfather. That is until he finds a newspaper article with the words missing and Sam on it. Sam went to his friend Caroline, Caroline is a nice adventurous girl who loves to read. Together they go to Sam¿s apartment strip, where he lives with his grandfather Mack. Mack is an old man who loves woodworking and never gets angry. Together Sam and Mack live in an apartment complex with Onji and Anima. Anima is the owner of the complex, but also owns a restaurant, as for Onji, he is a good friend of Mack's, who invited them over, Onji owns a sandwich shop somewhat like Subway. All of these characters would have to help Sam to find his true identity. After reading this book I would have to say that it is a very entertaining and exciting story. All in all, this story is about mystery, realistic fiction, woodworking, and friendship. If you like those subjects then you would like this book. This is a quick read, and somewhat easy for those who have trouble reading, but even for people like me who read at a high school level it can still be found enjoyable. All together I would say this book deserves a six on a scale of one to ten. If you get the chance it would do you well to read this book, Eleven.

posted by Anonymous on April 28, 2008

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2011

    Not Reccommended

    This book was very boring to me. It didn't make very much sense. The overview made it sound like a great, thrilling, mystery book. All I got was confusion, dullness, and general not likeness. I don't reccomend this book.

    5 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2011

    Im fummy

    Im a funny book reviewer

    1 out of 17 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted April 26, 2014

    To im fummy

    "Im a fummy person gib me six hunnit fiddy dollas pelez..."
    You are also a fummy guy who doesn't know how to spell. Was that your supposedly fummy joke?

    -Anonymous
    P.S. I think Eleven is a fantastic book about teamwork to solve a mystery. But the BOB questions are astonishingly hard and detailed. Wow.

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    Posted December 15, 2012

    Poop

    Poop

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2012

    Not sure

    I have to read this book for summer reading and im not sure if its going to be that good. I have a feeling its going to intrigue me for the first 50 pages and then im going to get bored.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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