HaloRanger555's Reviews > The Indian in the Cupboard

The Indian in the Cupboard by Lynne Reid Banks
Rate this book
Clear rating

M 50x66
's review
Jan 28, 2010

it was amazing

This is a good book, its about a boy named Omri who lives in England and has 2 brothers named Gillon and Adiel, and his friend Patrick, who lives a few houses down from Omri and he has no siblings. On Omri's birthday Patrick gave him a plastic indian, because Omri and Patrick have a big collection. Omri's brother Gillon gave him a white cupboard that he found in a back alley because he didnt have any money to buy a real gift. There was no key for the cupboard so he couldn't open it, so Omri asked his mom for a key because she had a whole bin full. He found a key with a red ribbon on it and it's the only one that worked. It turned out that the key with the little red ribbon was his grandmother's. He locked the indian into the cupboard and it came to life! Then he locked it again and it was back to plastic. He didn't tell anyone except for Patrick. Patrick took a plastic cowboy and placed it in the cupboard and it came to life too! The indian and the cowboy hated each other and they have a battle. Later Omri lost the key, it fell into a crack in the floorboards. The indian says he will go to get it and Omri kept sayin "no, it's too dangerous" because a rat lived in there. But later the indian went in and tried to find the key. While down there he runs into the rat and he has to run as fast as he can away from the rat. Finally he gets back to Omri and Patrick with the key.

This book is a great book! I really like this book because its got some thrilling moments and i really like how the author wrote it. I really like this book I have enjoyed this book since i was in the 1st grade. I really reccommend this book to anyone that enjoys a good thriller and Lynne Reid Banks.
2 likes · flag

Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read The Indian in the Cupboard.
Sign In »

Reading Progress

05/26 marked as: read

No comments have been added yet.