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Raven's Gate by Anthony Horowitz
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Oct 02, 09


I would recommend this book to a 15-20 year old person, because some of the words are very bemusing. My favorite character in this story is Mat, because he is very serious and he is the protagonist. My least favorite character is Mrs. Deverill, because she is very mysterious and can never trust her. She reminds me of a witch with the black cat that never dies. The author wrote this book for entertainment and to give someone a book that they will love and won’t put down. The portion of the book that made me have shivers was when Tom Burgess was found dead in his bedroom unexpectedly and the body mysteriously disappears. That freaked me out, because earlier in the book, mysterious things have been happening and they all lead up to Mrs. Deverill. What kept me reading this book is that when you read a couple of pages, something else happens that makes you have butterflies in your stomach. I was not able to predict the ending, because Anthony Horowitz, the author, was so good at making you think of something for one moment, then something else happens the next, and you say to yourself,” how can that possibly happen.” If this book was made into a book, then my character for Mat would be Macauly Culkin, because Culkin is very serious and smart. For Mrs. Deverill, it would have to be Meryl Streep, because she is a grumpy old lady, like Mrs. Deverill. The emotions that I felt was bemuse, suspense, and anger. My favorite line would be,” It looks as if you won’t be leaving after all,” Mrs. Deverill said with excitement.


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message 1: by Sean (new) - added it

Sean Curraoin Good review, but 15-20 years old seems a bit too much
I'm 12 and I've just finished reading the whole series and now my sister aged 9 is reading out


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