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The Wreckers

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2008

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    this novel called the wreckers is a real good book. i did not wont to stop reaing it. The charcters in this novel are reily good. they sound like they would live on a lsland. my favorite character was john. john is reily brave. he has to save his dad from a legless man. the auther dose a great job creating and discrabing the characters and you fill like you are there. The author dose a good job to keep you reading. I did not wont to put this book down. My favorit part was when john was attacked by the legless man named stumps. the authore makes it seem like you are there on the island. I would recommend this book to any one that asked me.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2008

    A reviewer

    I enjoyed reading the book The Wreckers because through out the book there were always places I didn't want to put the book down. The characters in this book were interesting because they all had different traits to them and they all had things about them that wern't always good. For example,theres a character in the book named Stumps in the book and he has no legs. Another character in the book is Eli. He has no tounge, and Uncle Simon has anger issues. Some of these things are bizarre. I did not have a favorite character in this book. The author was able to hold my thought through out the whole book because in every chapter there would be some sort of action or something that would make me not want to put the book down. Also Ian Lawrence had an ending suspense in his chapters. I would recomend this book to a friend because of the setting, the plot, and how there is action through out the book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 6, 2006

    An Epic Adventure

    The book Wreckers by Iain Lawerence is an epic adventure of a young boy named Kevin. He is a Cabin boy on a trade ship heading for Europe. Kevin will have to over come mental and physical challenges to survive once the ships crashes on an island. Which at first was thought to be a disserted island is actually inhabited by scavengers. Kevin realizes that he must make the choice of a life time that could save him and the rest of the shipmate¿s .Kevin learns to become one with nature and how to fight to a fellow ship mate that was in the army. He also falls in love .This is a book of adventure, love, and compassion. What I thought was amazing about this book was the adventure, it made wonder the whole way through the book what was going to happen. What I also thought was great about this book was how it revolved around Kevin and Kevin only. Something that I didn¿t like about this book was it goes to slow the author should have sped things up a bit. Another this was it didn¿t flow as well it switched seems too often and said little detail about each seen. I would recommend this book to someone around the age of fourteen. Also this is a book that I feel girls and boys would enjoy because the adventure and the romance. Also I wouldn¿t suggest this to someone who wants this book to read for a project, because it gets pretty confusing at times and you might get lost.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2004

    This is an exciting Novel

    Would you like to read an exciting novel? I think The Wrecker is a very good novel for everybody especially adults. I think this because the kids in the book get bullied the same way the kids in real life get bullied and maybe parents would realize what their child goes through everyday. Some examples of the bulling that goes on are kids getting swirly¿s they also get their lunch money taken away from them so they can¿t eat lunch. They also get stuffed in their locker every passing time. I encourage you to read this novel because every page you read is filled with excitement. Almost every page has some sort of bulling to the innocent children. What they do everyday after their lunch time is they hit the girls in the arm and they hit the guys in the stomach. Then they all get a swirly. Are you a bully? Well one of the kids in the novel didn¿t think he was a bully because when he talked to the people they talked to him because they were scared of him. That child¿s friend helped him see it through and he became a straight A plus student.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2001

    What a great book!

    The wreckers begins with 14 year-old John Spencer when he is with his father on the ship THE ISLE OF THE SKYE. Then the they ship wreck off the coast of Cornwall. John thinks his father is dead so he trys to find help. You will find out a lot more when you read this wonderful and suspensful book by Iain Lawrence.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2000

    Kept us coming back

    Kept us (me and my mom) coming back to read more!!! Very Entertaining.Can't wait to read The Smugglers!

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