Gregor and the Code of Claw
Publish date: August 1st 2012
Pages no: 412
Edition language: English
Series: Underland Chronicles (#5)
I'm not really sure how I feel about this book. It was compelling, and I really did enjoy it, but so much of it was dedicated to foreshadowing Gregor's death that it was weird that he survived. It almost felt as though we'd been cheated because the promise given through foreshadowing wasn't delivere...
A really fantastic finish to a great series. Not gonna lie, I wept a little during Code of Claw. Best of Young Reader fiction--enough depth to satisfy an adult reader (me! I am complex!), and simple enough to follow the story and get totally lost in the excitement. As one would expect from the au...
There must be a lot of Suzanne Collins fans out there reviewing with their hearts, because there's no way the books I just read deserve the glowing reviews they are receiving. There plot holes are SO big...The dialogue is SO dry...The conflict resolution is SO lazy...I can't even see the 10-year-ol...
The best book was saved until last in this Underland series. Gregor, family and friends are at war with the rats, and it is up to Gregor to take down their leader. Many lives are lost including some favourites...I enjoyed the complexity of the final novel. Collins knows how to engage the reader in t...
The Underland Chronicles were an excellent series! Better than The Hunger Games.
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