The Silhouette's Prisoner

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Twelve-year-old Sharon was kidnapped by a crazy woman and was locked in an elegant prison room. Her clueless little brother ran off to find her, and Sharon's twin chased after. They both ended up in the middle of nowhere. Meanwhile, Sharon finally thought of a risky escape plan, having no idea what her siblings were going through...
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Words: 20,730
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301761982

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Review by: Alphie Schme on Aug. 12, 2015 :
My friend Jamie told me to take a look at this book, and I must admit, I did enjoy it. The characters were developed pretty well, and I felt like I don't mind knowing them in real life.

However, I feel like this story could have better grammar. Being a language arts teacher, I couldn't help magnify most of my attention on to their run-on sentences and misplaced modifiers. Then again, this story is written by children.

In addition, I feel like some elements are too worldly, and not very possible for a book it's genre. For example, the under-moat prisons and air vent idea were very cute and creative but in real-life, what are the chances of that happening?!

Other then that, I like the central idea of the story, and feel like they tackled that on spot.
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Review by: SJamie456 on Aug. 12, 2015 :
Muscular, burly, blonde guards who listens to nursery songs, moats with smoothie-providing crocodiles...
This crazy, deviant, whirl of a book had me crying with laughter at parts and waiting in anticipation in the very next second.

Written by two eleven year old, and do not let that fact deceive you, this book contains the excitement of any other adventure story, plus the mind-blowing twists only children can think of.

The narrator of this story changes with the chapter, and speaking of the narrator, the characters themselves are a whole other universe. Coated with different, dynamic, unique traits, they never disappoint!

And somehow, the author entwined a perfect percent of non-sloppy sentiment into all this adventure goodness...

You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll be on the edge of your stool as you watch all unravel.

I highly recommend this book.
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