Tales of Tossledowns – Book 2 Holler

Posted May 2nd, 2011 by Selina

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I really enjoyed this book. I enjoyed the very descriptive writing used such as this; “The soft push of air stirred in the quiet crawlspace beneath the sagging floor of the old house that sat atop Karnberry Hill.” this is just one of the many descriptive sentences of the story. I also liked how relatable the story was for me. For example, I could personally relate to the The gripers, Himm and Mee. They remind me of my younger sister and I, but I think we argue a little more. Even though it is a child’s book, I think it was very interesting and relatable for an audience of any age.

Selina

My name is Selina. I love to read, write, draw, and play music. My favorite singer is Justin Bieber and my favorite author is Nancy Farmer at the moment. I love to reas realistic ficton books and fantasy.

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