Dead Man's Cove

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  • ISBN-13: 9781444001488
  • Publisher: Orion Publishing Group, Limited
  • Publication date: 3/28/2011
  • Sales rank: 595,024

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  • Posted August 16, 2012

    Even though this book was meant for a younger audience, I enjoye

    Even though this book was meant for a younger audience, I enjoyed it.
    It made me really nostalgic of when I was younger, and I wanted to be a
    detective. Even though that's no longer my ambition, I could still
    relate to the main character nonetheless. Reasons to Read: 1.Writing
    Style: I really liked the way that St John wrote the novel. It flowed
    really well; nothing was too awkward about it. I also found it was
    really easy to read for younger audiences, without making it too young
    sounding. Each character definitely had their own manner of speaking
    throughout the entire story that made it easy to know who was speaking
    at different parts. This book dealt with a lot of things like abuse,
    slavery, gangs, and poverty-causing debt. All of the subjects, I
    thought, were kind of mature for a book written for ten-year-olds, but
    it was written in a very tasteful fashion meant for a younger audience.
    2.Plot: The whole plot was really good and the ending was really well
    done. I won't spoil it (it being a mystery book and all) but all of the
    loose ends were tied. I didn't figure out the mystery before the end of
    the book, which was really nice because that can be really annoying.
    All of the clues did actually connect to the mystery. I can't really
    say much about what the plot is, but it really is an exciting adventure
    from start to finish. This book did take me a bit to read even though
    it's only 201 pages. I think the reason for that is because I just
    haven't really been into reading lately. Besides that, I think it would
    be a fairly short read. Some of the secondary characters were a bit
    flat, but I think that if the author had expanded on them it would be
    longer book that probably most ten-year-olds wouldn't want to read.
    Other than that, this book was well done. Review copy received from
    Hachette UK for my honest review; no other compensation received.

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