It’s the beginning of the new year, and all of the biggest projects, final assessments, loads of homework are all coming our way. Almost all subjects are now giving us their worst, but for the sake of grades, we have to hold up. So it was no surprise when our Humanities teacher announced the monster project…
Book 3 of my 3-week challenge. You might be confused, as my book 3 was The 39 clues – king’s ransom and this isn’t the book but I realised after reading the book “a King’s Ransom” that it wasn’t the book I should have read and so I searched it up, turns out this is a book 2 in…
I finished reading this book very shortly after my holidays begun, and it was definitely a nice, easy, comfort-level book to read. This 242-page book has 3 sections to it, with three different stories in each of them. It was again just as I would say for any other book by Rick Riordan – remarkably well written, and never let me say – “okay I’m going to stop now and read the rest tomorrow.” instead I always only thought – “maybe one more page?” So before I knew it the book was finished, and I was off writing.
I’ve always liked adventure books with extraordinary plots, things that usually don’t happen in real life. I still do. But what has changed is that – I used to think that normal life as we know it is boring. You need something special, fiction, to add more entertainment to it. ‘Why’ Is the question I ask…
When Sophie has to visit her mother at her sanctuary for bonobos, she’s not
thrilled to be there. Then Otto, an infant bonobo, comes into her life, and for the
first time, she feels responsible for another creature.
But peace does not last long for Sophie and Otto. When an armed revolution
breaks out in the country, the sanctuary is attacked, and the two of them must
escape unprepared into the jungle. Caught in the crosshairs of a lethal conflict,
they must struggle to keep safe, to eat, and to live.