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    mbrownlnc's book review was featured in A Wrinkle in Time.
    The author of the book “A Wrinkle in Time” is Madeleine L’Engle. This book is known as children’s literature but all ages can read it. At the beginning it starts with Meg in her room in the attic during a thunderstorm. She goes downstairs and finds the intelligent Charles Wallace. Then Mrs Murry the mom joins them and she talks about the absence of her husband, Mr. Murry. Charles Wallace, Meg and a kid from school, Calvin O’Keefe meet Mrs. Who, Mrs. Whatsit, and Mrs. Which. Meg and the others go on a quest throughout the universe and planets with some guidance from the witches to find Meg’s father. Some topics addressed in this book are wisdom, knowledge, communication, fate, good vs. evil, love, and most importantly time. My evaluation of “A Wrinkle in Time” is that it’s an easy read and the author does a great job describing the events, characters and the setting of different places including the planets Uriel, Orien, and Camazotz throughout the story. In my opinion, some of the English is old and is not used in many books created to this day. This took me on an adventure of time and space. I definitely recommend this book to people who don’t mind reading Children’s literature or old English writing. I rate this book a 4 stars because it has a good plot and keeps you hooked page by page waiting to see what will happen next. ~Mary Grace B.
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    The author of the book “A Wrinkle in Time” is Madeleine L’Engle. This book is known as children’s literature but all ages can read it. At the beginning it starts with Meg in her room in the attic during a thunderstorm. She goes downstairs and finds the intelligent Charles Wallace. Then Mrs Murry the mom joins them and she talks about the absence of her husband, Mr. Murry. Charles Wallace, Meg and a kid from school, Calvin O’Keefe meet Mrs. Who, Mrs. Whatsit, and Mrs. Which. Meg and the others go on a quest throughout the universe and planets with some guidance from the witches to find Meg’s father. Some topics addressed in this book are wisdom, knowledge, communication, fate, good vs. evil, love, and most importantly time. My evaluation of “A Wrinkle in Time” is that it’s an easy read and the author does a great job describing the events, characters and the setting of different places including the planets Uriel, Orien, and Camazotz throughout the story. In my opinion, some of the English is old and is not used in many books created to this day. This took me on an adventure of time and space. I definitely recommend this book to people who don’t mind reading Children’s literature or old English writing. I rate this book a 4 stars because it has a good plot and keeps you hooked page by page waiting to see what will happen next. ~Mary Grace B.
    1 day ago
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