Morwen Book Review
Posted January 5th, 2014 by scarlett424
A Book Review by Augusta
in Dunder Mifflin Paper Company
This may be a little short because it's only a few chapters, but I'll try to say as much as I can about it.
The general concept of the book is very intriguing and original. So far, the plot was filled with action, which I liked, but you could have slowed it down just a little to describe more. Speaking of desriptions, you did a great job, but I think you had to spend more time describing the whole native-Morwen-Richie jazz (which is perfectly fine to describe) so you didn't describe the actual scene as much as usual. The characters are all unique and different (it's important for them to be different). There is great sentence variation in the story, but in some sections, the vocabulary is limited. Such as describing his new clothes. Instead of "The pants were warm on the inside", the word "Insulated" would substitute just fine. I love your metaphor-ish type thing about the snow.
That reminds me. The dialogue with Kate can get a little jumbled at times. Such as when he asks two questions at once and Kate answers the second one with a very detailed answer, then a few seconds later, she answers the first question. I dunno, maybe that's my problem.
Anyways, I wish I could say some more about this. There were very few grammatical errors, almost none, and this story was so great there was no way I could be harsh on it. Write more and I'll be following!
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