FREDERIK SANDWICH AND THE EARTHQUAKE THAT COULDN’T POSSIBLY BE
Author: Kevin John Scott
I found this book a little bit boring, but then I was re-reading it, so maybe I am giving you the wrong idea. It is well written, but I struggled to concentrate while reading it. It has a creative, unexpected plot and a bit of wittiness. It is quite realistic, not like some books about children trying to save their city/country/world where all occurrences are irritatingly impossible. It has everything necessary to make a brilliant book, but it doesn’t seem to suck you in and never let you out and it doesn’t haunt you when you’re not reading it. It isn’t the sort off book you can read a thousand times over and never get bored; you can only enjoy it once, maybe twice with a stretch.
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