I though it was a moving novel by the author (Patrick Ness) and that other year 5 or 6 children would enjoy it. The initial idea of the story is even if you let go of someone you love you will always remember them. It was a great book I and would recommend it to people who enjoy fantasy stories.
Because I am very interested in my wildlife and I enjoy learning new facts to tell my friends and family. also I live in the countryside where there are lots of fields so I often see lots of animals there as well. I don't live far from the River Aire which has lots of water fowl and other interesting creatures. So the real reason I want the book is to learn more about wildlife
In the last city in the world, the vessel roams the streets. Ellie and her friend Anna have to prove that a boy named Seth, who burst out of a whale, is not the vessel. Can the inquisition find the real vessel and stop it before it's too late? If you enjoy other fast-paced mystery books, you will be a fan of this book. If you are aged 10+ this book might appeal to you.
It was a great book and I would happily recommend it to someone else. It is semi-autobiographical and it focuses on a boy named Ross who is diagnosed with a rare eye cancer. It is both comical and emotional and it would be suitable for children aged 9+.