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SKELLIG by David Almond

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AuthorDavid Almond
TitleSKELLIG
Series
Volume0
Year1994
GenreFantasy
 
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Submitted by Ellie Amy Harry 
(Mar 06, 2011)

We think the book Skellig is really good and recommend it to people over 10 as it has some swearing in it. This didn't stop us from reading the book. The genre is a fantasy story which is not true. The chapters were very short which made a lot better for me to read. I loved this book because it had a lot of interesting bits. I found that Skellig, that was found in a garage, didn't sound like the creature it actually was. David Almond is a very good author who wrote a very good book. I loved this book because of some of the secrets and I rate this book 4/5!


Submitted by Anas 
(Oct 15, 2009)

I think skelling is a great book. But in the first three chapters I don't understand what is going on but after that it becomes intersting and I feel like I am in the book. I like it because it is like a mission. We have to find out what is inside the garage tosave the baby. First in the book a boy name Michal moves in and then after thtat he finds something in the garage and after that he thinks it was a dream. But it turms out to be real after that he talks to the man and after that he gives him food and after that you should read to find out because it is really fun.




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