Competition- Write a Review

This competition is called Write a Review!

For this competition you have to read a book that’s important to you, or your favourite book, do a review, copy and paste it under this post (as a comment) and I will decide which one is best. The prize is… the best review will get posted on my site and you get to choose three books that I have to read and review.

1. The review must be between 150 and 450 words long, including the title and quote (if you  have one.)
2. Your entry must be posted by March 31st, or it will not be counted.
3. You must state the book title and author.
4. Please give me your first name and age.
5. Below your review, please name the three books you would like me to read and review, with their authors.

I will post the winning review by the 5th of April. So, if participating, watch out because yours could be the winning review.


13 thoughts on “Competition- Write a Review

  1. HermioneKatniss says:

    Wolf Brother was actioned pack, loving and filled with memorable characters and moments. It is the first book of the Chronicles of Ancient Darkness.

    In pre-agricultural Europe,the hunter-gatherers of the Forest live in clans, each represented by a particular animal or life form. Torak and his father, of Wolf Clan, live together in the forest. During Torak’s twelfth year, his father (“Fa”) is killed by a bear which has been possessed by a demon. Before Torak’s father dies, he tells Torak to swear an oath to head north and find the Mountain of the World Spirit, and ask the World Spirit to help destroy the bear before it kills all life in the forest. He has to leave his father whilst the bear runs back and on his way north, he encounters a wolf cub which he accepts to come along with him because the wolf knows that Torak is part of wolf clan. Torak encounters a lot and even meets a new character from Raven clan called Renn but the true target is defeating the assassinating bear. Will Torak and wolf cub ever defeat the bear and if they do, will their bond still hold with Renn?

    Michelle Paver made this such a gripping book which can touch your hearts and made you very sensitive as you head towards the ending. The publisher is Orion Children’s Books. It’s for both genders but again, if you had to choose one, I think it would be for boys-yet I still enjoyed it. It’s for ages nine to thirteen. I’m rating it three stars and a half.

  2. Joshua says:

    The Fire Ascending
    By Chris d’Lacey

    And men will say to themselves, “What became of the last true dragon, Gawain? Did he die in flames upon the sword of a warrior? Did he spread his wings and fly into the sun, leaving naught but his perfect shadow behind? Did he cloak himself in the ash of a volcano ready to emerge in glory one day?”
    The Fire Ascending is the last book in The Last Dragon Chronicles series. It twists and complicates the whole series, keeping the reader gripped until the very last page. Also it includes 10 parts with chapters in most of them, unlike the previous books which had a few parts, if that. These parts were narrated alternately by Agawin (an important character in the series) and the author, and were set in different times. The contrast between past and present is cleverly presented to the reader. These factors also added interest to the book.
    The plot to the book included many twists and different added information, which worked well and completed the unknowns in the series well. The author also didn’t explain much until nearer the end, when you could really piece it all together.
    My favourite part of the book was when Rosa and Zanna, parallel universe mirrors of each other, met and Rosa sacrificed herself to turn Zanna good again. It was a very touching moment as she knew David, the main character, loved Zanna more. I actually cried when I read it.
    The Last Dragon Chronicles series is perfect for young teenagers who love dragons, and are willing to have to think hard about what they’re reading.
    The publisher of this book is Orchard and I give it a five star.

    Books you should review
    Z.rex by Steve Cole
    Dragonsdale by Salamanda Drake
    Dragon Orb (series) by Mark Robson

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