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The Icebound Land by John Flanagan
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Aug 19, 12

Read in August, 2012

I liked this book because it is very descriptive. For example at page 162 when Will was on warm weed they described his change very clearly like how there was a surprising amount of hair when you saw him him then and how he was a hollow shape of himself just working and not responding to much except the supply of warm weed that he would get at the end of the day. Or how they described there voyage across the sea at page 30with the almost overflowing the whole boat when they had to go over the waves so that they wouldn't swallowed by the sea.

You would like this book if you were the kind of person that likes books were people are going through slavery and how during that one of the two people that went into slavery changes into a hollow shell of there former during the time that they have to go through slavery.

One challenge of this book was the way some people talked because everybody talked from different parts of the world it was hard to comprehend what they were saying and I had to go over the sentence to understand what there saying.

Evalyn is a very smart girl and very confident, but she usually has difficulty working very hard and being told to do things because she is a princess anhd with that comes the aura of control that comes whenever shes in trouble.
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