Is it just me or does this book remind you of witches. I think the book is a take on witches, how its okay to be different and if you don’t like something you should do something you like even if its a bit cheeky.
I think in this story they followed the story mountain. At the start they introduced how she was different and then towards the middle they talked about how it effected her at the end they found a solution to her problems and she found out about her past.
The voice in this story sounds stubborn childish, ignorant and also very mad. The voice in this story was clear and the writer did a really good job at showing what type of voice it was and was good at showing personality through voice.
I think it was tier two language but I think it was still very descriptive. The word choice was great and hooked me into the story from the very start of the book.I definitely engaged.
The sentences flowed and there was a good mix of compound and complex sentences, you need both to have a good story and to make a story flow. The short sentences was mostly when Ania was talking.
This story was very well edited the grammar was good so was the spelling and punctuation. I could not find a single mistake through out the whole story . It was very good.