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The Last Leopard

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THE LAST LEOPARD review, by C. Schmidt

The Last Leopard was a very thrilling and satisfying book. It is the third book in a wonderful series, the other two, I have recommended as well.
The setting in this story is mostly in Zimbabwe, Africa, which I think is an exciting change for an 11 year old girl from...
The Last Leopard was a very thrilling and satisfying book. It is the third book in a wonderful series, the other two, I have recommended as well.
The setting in this story is mostly in Zimbabwe, Africa, which I think is an exciting change for an 11 year old girl from England.A few of the intruiging characters in this book are: Martine Allen, Ben, Sadie, Gwyn Thomas, Ngwenya, Griffin,Mr. ratcliffe, and most importantly, Khan. Khan is the biggest leopard in the world, and believed to be the last. Martine has a gift over animals: She can communicate with them, in a sort of way, and she can heal them.
Mr. Ratcliffe wants to kill Khan, to show off in his private zoo. There is a legend that says where you find the last leopard, you will find a great treasure, and that is why Griffin, and other poachers are hunting Khan. People like Sadie are trying to protect Khan from the hunters, but it is very hard to protect something you can hardly catch a glimpse of; Khan is an extremely elusive leopard. Combined with Martine's gift, and Khan's skills of survival, they are eventually able to save Khan, and overthrow Mr. Ratcliffe and Griffin and the poachers.
The story really teaches about cooperation and cunning, instinct and ability, what is right and wrong, and friendship. It is a truly captivating tale, but also has a very strong sense for adventuure and danger, as well as peacefulness, and serenity.
Imagination is key in this book, as you can really visualize the setting asif you were there, smell the smells the character does, feel what they feel, and make it feel like the scene is actually happening to you.Even if your imagination is not strong, if you allow the book to sweep you away within it, you will have the same experience.

posted by C-Schmidt on July 4, 2009

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Boring

It gets goood inthe middle write some anxious parts

posted by Anonymous on January 3, 2013

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