Guest Blogger: Michael, Grade 9
Setting (Place): Syria to Istanbul
Rating: 5 out of 5
I rate this book a 5 because it has so many plot twists and you can try figure out who did it and there are 17 characters
Short Summary: You should write this in a way to capture people’s attention. Consider who would like this book and why. (Do not copy the back of the novel or inside flap. Do not give away the ending) (Be sure to include the main characters, main conflict, etc)
Hercule Poirot is on a train “The Orient Express” only to find out Mr. Ratchet was murdered by who? Who murdered Mr.Ratchett? Who do you think killed him? Find out when you are in Hercule’s shoes.
Audience: Who would like this book? Why do you or don’t you feel that others should read this novel? People who are interested in old fashion novels or people who like mystery novels. I think people should should read this book because it contains french, so if you read the book you have a good chance of learning before you take french class.
Want to make a recommendation?
* Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's Young Adult Booklists
* New York Times Books Section (links to their Best Seller Lists)
* YALSA Book Awards & Booklists
* YALSA's Teens' Top Ten