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Hunger of the Yeti

Hunger of the Yeti
by Tommy Donbavand

So far we have received 36 reviews of Hunger of the Yeti. You can read them below.

JODIE PRICE from Year 6, Owston Park Primary School:

THIS BOOK IS OK BUT IT IS A BIT SOON AND YOU NOW WHAT IS GOING
TO HAPPEN THROUGHOUT THE STORY I WOULD RECCOMEND IT.

Marks out of 10: 6

laura from Year 8, The Armthorpe Academy:

The book was really good and I love the characters.

Marks out of 10: 7

from Year 7, Rossington All Saints School:

I disagree with Jodie Price as I believe that this book has a
sense of mystery about it the writer however does make it
slightly obvious that certain things are going to happen I
would recommend this book to children from year 5-year 7 but
not any higher than that as it is a little childish really
though it is still good.

Marks out of 10: 9

Isobel from Year 8, Ridgewood School:

This is a really good book and it's not scary at all. It's
about a vampire, a mummy and a werewolf that come across a yeti
and her child. They have fun chasing it around and meeting the
old residents of scream street.

Marks out of 10: 10

Jack from Year 9, De Warenne Academy:

i wouldnt say it is the best book i have read but it is a great
read and i read it in an hour. i wish i had the other books in
the series cos this book was great!!!

Marks out of 10: 7

samantha from Year 7, Danum Academy:

This book is not the best i have read but is up in the top 10.
This book is great for school years 2-6, anything above that
and it will be a bit babish. I wouild reccomend this book. Read
it guys its cool!!!!!

Marks out of 10: 7

samantha from Year 7, Danum Academy:

This book is not the best i have read but is up in the top 10.
This book is great for school years 2-6, anything above that
and it will be a bit babish. I wouild reccomend this book. Read
it guys its cool!!!!!

Marks out of 10: 7

samantha from Year 7, Danum Academy:

This book is not the best i have read but is up in the top 10.
This book is great for school years 2-6, anything above that
and it will be a bit babish. I wouild reccomend this book. Read
it guys its cool!!!!!

Marks out of 10: 7

Callum M from Year 8, Don Valley Academy and Performing Arts College:

This was a good book it had humour ,mystery and excitment. The
book had good pictures and a good plot but I lost track of what
happened in a few parts, like in one part a charcater would be
really important and strong then they wouldnt. But besides
that it was a really good book

Marks out of 10: 9

Dylan from Year 6, Conisbrough Morley Place Junior School:

Hunger of the Yeti is the first of the scream street titles I
have read and I loved it, I would not change it ever. My
favarote part is where they are in the cape and then get taken
back in time.

Marks out of 10: 10

luke from Year 5, Adwick Park Junior School:

this book is mysterious portals and ...... find out to see what
happens in the hnger of the YETI !

Marks out of 10: 10

luke from Year 6, Thorne King Edward Primary School:

ths book is great! It is mysterious find out what happens to
luke and the gang in the hunger of the YETI!

Marks out of 10: 10

daisy from Year 8, Ridgewood School:

I thought this was a really good book and kept you on the edge
constantly, I loved it but the ending was rather rushed, it
could have been more detailed and prolonged.

Marks out of 10: 7

Beth from Year 8, Don Valley Academy and Performing Arts College:

This book was okay, a little simple for my likeing but it was
still a good read. Its all about some strange immortals (like a
vampire, werewolf, mummy). They are going on a journey to give
a zombie his tongue but run into a couple of yetis. A baby
yeti gets caught in a vampies cape and then escapes and enters
another vortex so they have to go after the baby yeti and get
it in under an hour. The book was quite short and easy and I'd
reccommend it to younger readers but i liked the illustrations.
I'd give this a 7/10

Marks out of 10: 7

Brooke from Year 6, Conisbrough Morley Place Junior School:

i love the hunger of the yeti because its not boring because
theres twists and turns in every chapter

Marks out of 10: 10

Daniel from Year 6, Conisbrough Morley Place Junior School:

I really enjoyed this book, I could not put it down. I
definitely recommend this to anyone. My best part was when they
went into the cape and only had a certain amount of time to get
back.

Marks out of 10: 10

max from Year 6, Montagu Academy:

this book is fab it is not scary and it is funny. luke cleo and
resus had to find vien tongue and give it him back. i didn`t
like resus because he was not enjoyable.

Marks out of 10: 7

abby from Year 8, Ridgewood School:

i thought it was good but the ending was rushed and abit
confusing

Marks out of 10: 6

kalli from Year 6, Conisbrough Morley Place Junior School:

BEST BOOK EVER!!!!!!this is the best book out of the series so
far i would recomend this book to all of my friends and more

Marks out of 10: 10

lucas from Year 6, Conisbrough Morley Place Junior School:

I think this book is the best book ever !!!! but i would make
it a bit better. I would recomend this book to three quarter of
my friends.

Marks out of 10: 10

kelsey from Year 9, Danum Academy:

i absolutely love this book and enjoyed reading every word.
Once i started I just couldn't put the book down.
In the end i started staying up late at night to finish it
because it was so interesting.

i love love love love love this book through and through.

Marks out of 10: 9

ellie from Year 6, Conisbrough Morley Place Junior School:

i think this book was a little bit good but it started to turn
boring and then good then boring again i was like do i put it
down or should i read on to see if it starts to turn better it
gotttttt soooooooooo confusing

Marks out of 10: 10

ruth from Year 6, St Peter's Catholic Primary School:

I liked this book because Tommy Donbavand has put alot of
emagination into it.The illistrations are very good
themselves.I like the way that instead of putting people in the
story,Tommy put monsters into it like:egyption mummys
wearwolves
vampires
zombies and more. And if I were you I would read it.

Marks out of 10: 9

connor from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:

A good book if you do not read it you are missing a treat. For
most ages. Good language no swearing at all. I would not read
it again but if you have not read it it is ok. This book is not
for me

Marks out of 10: 6

from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:

It's a brilliant ,breathtaking book only I felt sorry for young
Sir Otto-one of the characters. It had fantastic a imagination,
amazing story line and super humour and unique illustrations. I
would DEFINETLY read this book again, it was extremely
enjoyable.

Marks out of 10: 6

Hanah from Year 6, Owston Park Primary School:

I agree with jodie price because the book is very boring and
not as scary as other books i would recommend it to people who
dont have the stomach for horror.

Marks out of 10: 4

Charlotte from Year 5, Doncaster Road Junior School, Mexborough:

This book is really funny and i think that i would like to read
it again and the baby yeti is cute!

Marks out of 10: 7

alexa from Year 5, Doncaster Road Junior School, Mexborough:

out of all the doncaster book awards this one beats the rest
because its the best but more people should read it
no one can beat a scary book good luck to tommy donbavand

(oh and that yeti is a bit greedy with them apples)

Marks out of 10: 8

shannon from Year 6, Doncaster Road Junior School, Mexborough:

i didn't enjoy it it was boring

Marks out of 10: 2

Victoria from Year 7, Don Valley Academy and Performing Arts College:

Hex gate to Tibet to locate retired zombie rock star Vein.
Things get tricky as a ravenous baby yeti tries to follow them
home to Scream Street. The home they go to isn't the one they
know as they travel back in time and meet a surprisingly
friendly young Sir Otto Sneer as well as witness the time
paradox that will make Sir Otto the hated adult all of Scream
Street knows. It will take a lot of magic and a little bit of
luck for Luke, Resus and Cleo to return to their true home. It
is a very good book i would recormend it to pepole aged 8 and
up thou.a verry good book 5 stars*****

Marks out of 10: 10

Isabelle from Year 6, Conisbrough Morley Place Junior School:

This book is amzing its scary but yet funny the characters are
amazing evrybody should read this book !!!!!! :)

Marks out of 10: 8

Victoria Smith from Year 7, Don Valley Academy and Performing Arts College:

Tibet, the quest to return his tongue proves surprisingly easy
for Luke, Resus and Cleo. What the trio hadn't bargained on,
however, was a ravenous baby yeti stowed away in Resus' cloak
and following them home! When the yeti's angry mother appears
Scream Street in search of her missing offspring, things really
start to get hairy. Meanwhile, the clock is ticking...This is a
real good book i would recommend this book to 8+

Marks out of 10: 9

kaytlynn from Year 5, Doncaster Road Junior School, Mexborough:

I liked this book because it has adventures in it and i liked
the adventures that they had it was about a yeti that had lost
her child and was angry

Marks out of 10: 9

Victoria from Year 7, Don Valley Academy and Performing Arts College:

Given that rock zombie Vein is now living in deepest darkest
Tibet, the quest to return his tongue proves surprisingly easy
for Luke, Resus and Cleo. What the trio hadn't bargained on,
however, was a ravenous baby yeti stowed away in Resus' cloak
and following them home! When the yeti's angry mother appears
Scream Street in search of her missing offspring, things really
start to get hairy. Meanwhile, the clock is ticking...
good book verry spookey would love to read the other books in
the seris!!!good book but for children age 9+

Marks out of 10: 9

kelsey from Year 9, Danum Academy:

This book is quite short in my opinion but i tell you now it
kept me enticed into the story, but it was a little bit
predictible in some ways, like when the vampire picked up his
cape and when he put it on it felt strange. This all happeneed
before a fully grown yeti attacked all him and his other two
friends. when he said that his cape felt strangei knew that it
must have been something that the yeti must have smelt and then
it hit me....

The fully grown yeti was looking for the most precious thing to
it...... it's baby.
overall this book is a book you can just read for the first
time and fall in love with it almost instantly.

Marks out of 10: 8

kallan from Year 6, Owston Park Primary School:

it was cool

Marks out of 10: 8

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