by Kiran Millward Hargrave
So far we have received 7 reviews of The Island at the End of Everything.
You can read them below.
Darcy from Year 5, Barnby Dun Primary Academy:
do you know the the thing teachers always say is you should not want to put your book down.well this is definitely the book for you.Most people I know don't like books or can't find the right one, this one is 100 percent the start to you liking books. Actually some people don't know the best things about reading like the cliff hangers when your about to find some thing out that may put a huge twist to the story or diving into the footsteps of the character and living in the book but what my favorite is that I can travel the world without moving. You made me want to read you made me want to dive back into adventure whenever I could and that is how you inspired me.
Jorja from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:
This book is really adventurous and a bit sad it was about a little girl called Ami (Amihan) Who was living with her Nanny and this Man called Mr Zamora and he changed everything. He even sent all the children under 18 to a different COUNTRY! So Ami had to leave Nanny. Nanny got extremely ill so then it turned thirty years later, Ami became a Butterfly zookeeper and she met a girl Sol and she lived in an Orphanage and she wanted to go Manila to get some papers that her mum sent her and Ami was going there as well so they went together the next day. After that Ami and Sol went to the house and met the cook and went inside. I would really recommend this book it was really good. If you like butterflies you should read this book.
Rhyan from Year 6, Morley Place Academy:
I like the island at the end of everything because it shows you a bit of culture and a bit of the present day as well. Ami is quite a creative character because she helps by trying to save the whole of her island from Leprosy. I hope Kiran creates other amazing books in the future.
courtney from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:
I loved the Island at the End of Nowhere! It was full of twists, butterflies and much much much more! My favourite part was when Amihan made friends with Mari! I 100% recommend this book! The main character is Amihan!
Isabel from Year 5, Epworth Primary School:
I enjoyed this book. It has lots of expression. It is very interesting because of the authors description. I really liked all of the characters. I enjoyed the beginning of the book.
Chloe from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:
this fluttery story is amazi-sort of-ing. I like this book. Heart-warming this book is lovely, nice, sweet, funny and filled with BUTTERFLIES! My favourite character is... nobody! I like almost everybody! This book is definately recommended for the soft hearted and people who like butterflies.
Isla from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:
The island at the end of everything was a good book but didn't give me much of a feeling. It felt like I was going on and on and on. It would start to talk about something and it got into loads of description and that is good . But I think she over did the description .Overall the book was good and I would recommend it to older kids like 11 years old.