Thursday, 1 November 2012

Litspiration Challenge: Letter To The Authour

Dear Mr. Machale,

I absolutely love your Pendragon series.  It is a exciting, suspenseful, and full of action.  Bobby Pendragon reminds me of Harry Potter.  I think that is a part of why I liked the Lost City of Faar.  Harry Potter is a courageous and brave person.  Sure Bobby was not brave at first but in this book he then became more courageous because of his first experience on Denduron.  I think that the way he told himself that it was meant to be for him to be a traveller made him more courageous.

As I said before, I love this series because of its exciting and suspenseful action.  I find it hard to find a good book because I am very picky when it comes to good books.  Also I am not much of a reader but this book really kept me interested.  I cant wait to read  your future Pendragon books.

From,
Aman

4 comments:

  1. Maybe he will respond! I am surprised there wasn't ONE thing you didn't like, or a piece of advice for the author!

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  2. I love how you connected to Harry Potter (the all-time greatest series ever) and also specifically said that you aren't generally a book person but this book intrigued you. One thing, maybe you could have explored more elements and gone a bit further in depth. Good job :)

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  3. Here you have written the author a great letter explaining why you liked the book and how it connected to you. I like how you said in it that your not much of a reader but this book kept you interested that really shows and expresses how much you liked the book. I also really liked how you connected the character to another book. I believe that you could have included something that you disliked about the book such as if something happened to someone in the book, but other then that great job!!!

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  4. Great job with this "letter". It looks like it could be a legit letter as well. It is well spaced and has lots of detail about how u liked the book. I find it awesome how you linked it to another book. JOOD JOB AMANIT. (y)

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