This book was possibly one of the most inspirational things I have ever read.
The feelings and tension in the family home during everyday life make you want to know more about the topic and genre. This book inspired me, and i think it would be great for kids aged 12-15, because it is too complex for eleven year olds to understand the themes, and isn't quite rich enough for sixteen year olds. For young teenagers it is a good source of learning, because you gain knowledge about world war II but it's fun to read and wrapped up in a story line. In the start, you can't put the book down. In the middle, you are eager to know more. In the end, you will be happy that you read this book. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas intrigues you and the ending ties it all together, and is very unpredictable. When I finished this book, it made me want to go back in time and get that joy of when you start a new paragraph of a wonderful novel. I wish there was a sequel, but at the same time the book feels complete as it is. A day or two after you have read it, you will start to get the feeling of a satisfying aftertaste from fresh food.
I believe it is one of those books you must read before you die,
I loved Breaking Dawn, and the suspenseful themes really made this book a page turner. It is written in first person, and every few chapters it changes perspective. This makes you understand what is going on all over the place, which is good because then you will grow to admire different characters at different times, and there are not enough books that let you do that.
This book is great for young teens aged 12-15, but older people may enjoy it to.
This book was quite interesting, and the style of writing Stephanie Meyer uses is perfect for the story.
My favourite character is Edward, because he is the character with the most mystery so you want to read more. I would definetly recomend this book for teens aged 13-17, or when you are mature enough to understand the concepts.
I loved it, and would encourage teenagers to read it.