I'm starting to see a pattern in Sharon Creeche's novels, but I stil enjoy them thoroughly.
I loved the double diary, because it served a specific purpose, and because the two narrating characters where really different from each other, but equally interesting.
As usual, it left me with a slight smile and the echo of big issues trying to find a place in my head.
This book, told from the perspectives of two different main characters, is a classic adventure story that appeals to both boys and girls. Written in journal form, the reader gets to experience the action, as well as the other characters' antics, through the eyes of Sophie and Cody, cousins joined together on this trans-Atlantic journey. What I love most about this book, is seeing the same events from the points-of-view of both Sophie and Cody, and comparing how each one views the world around them. Through their journal entries, we also learn a lot about the personalities of each, and we begin to make realizations about the characters at the same time THEY begin to make them. Overall, it is a moving book that both children and adults will love!...Continua