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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2009

    London Calling Book Review

    I just read and finished the book called London Calling. This book is about a boy named martin. He is a normal kid going to a private school, until everything changes when he gets a radio. He gets the radio from his crazy Nana who is all into spirits and living a good life so you can go to heaven. Well he brings the radio home and one night as he is falling asleep he meets a boy named Jimmy. Martin can't tell if he's dreaming or if he's really traveled through time or if he is just crazy. He begins writing down names of people he meets and things that he stumbles upon in his crazy dreams. As he has more dreams about this boy named Jimmy and what he went threw in World War II, he begins to reveal historical differences between today's understanding of history and the actual events. He uncovers things that just don't seem right in todays history, all thanks to this boy named Jimmy. I would tell you more but your just going to have to read it.

    I would recommend this book to people who are into World War II and history. If you are not into history that much then you will find the character development really good. You get to know all the characters and feel what they are feeling.

    If i were to rate this book i would give it a 4 out of 10. I would rate it so low for a couple of reasons. First because I really don't like history that much. Second because it doesn't have much action in , and i like a good action or horror book. But there are some parts in this book where it is really good and i just couldn't put the book down. Like i said if you love history and you want to learn and have a good plot behind learning then this book is for you and you should take the time to read it.

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    Posted February 26, 2009

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