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Unnatural Creatures was a very interesting novel. It was compromised of many different stories about imaginary creatures. I didn't really like the idea of mashing different stories together because you have to remember the different stories, and some stories were hard to comprehend, in my mind.  The novel did keep me reading it for all of eternity, though.  My favorite story was definitely the one about the Griffin and the Minor Canon.  I think the author, Neil Gaiman, intended for an audience of people who love unrealistic characters.  I thought that it was going to be about supernatural animals, but in reality it is really about talking animals.
 
Unnatural Creatures was a very interesting novel. It was compromised of many different stories about imaginary creatures. I didn't really like the idea of mashing different stories together because you have to remember the different stories, and some stories were hard to comprehend, in my mind.  The novel did keep me reading it for all of eternity, though.  My favorite story was definitely the one about the Griffin and the Minor Canon.  I think the author, Neil Gaiman, intended for an audience of people who love unrealistic characters.  I thought that it was going to be about supernatural animals, but in reality it is really about talking animals.
  

Revision as of 21:28, 18 June 2014

Article in Young Adult Fiction category.

Book, movie, and CD reviews that have been written by teens participating in the 2014 Teen Summer Reading Program, "Paws to Read." Posted with permission of the reviewers.

Ratings are on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the best. Newest reviews appear at the top of the list for each star rating.

Book Reviews

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Unnatural Creatures was a very interesting novel. It was compromised of many different stories about imaginary creatures. I didn't really like the idea of mashing different stories together because you have to remember the different stories, and some stories were hard to comprehend, in my mind. The novel did keep me reading it for all of eternity, though. My favorite story was definitely the one about the Griffin and the Minor Canon. I think the author, Neil Gaiman, intended for an audience of people who love unrealistic characters. I thought that it was going to be about supernatural animals, but in reality it is really about talking animals.


Review by Rebecca

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Movie, Music and Audiobook Reviews

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