I rate this book 5 stars here is why. This book reminds me of the book Wonder a boy who is experiencing something he never has before that's why it is similar to this book. This book is about a boy with an imaginary cat friend named Crenshaw. Crenshaw appeared on the beach one day and began to follow Jackson ,the main character. The boy's parents begin to fight and start to consider divorce. This book reminds me of when I was younger and had an imaginary friend.
I give this a four star review because although it is a book that reminds me of the fun I playing the FNAF video games it can also be confusing. This book reminds me of the goosebumps series. This is because it has a basic plot that the majority of goosebumps stories have with the main protagonist moving to someplace. This book is about Charlie who visits her hometown with her friends and then is attacked by animatronic that are possessed by murdered children at the Freddy Fazbear Pizzeria. This book reminds me of when I use to go to Chucky Cheese as a kid.
I have to rate this book 5 stars here is why. This book is a perfect mix of action drama and comedy all at the same time. This reminds me of all the video games of zombies and monsters I would play when I was younger. The story is about a young boy whose family left him in a town where a zombie apocalypse is occurring. The boy then while surviving the outbreak finds adventure and friends along the way. This book also reminds me of what I would do in a zombie outbreak. I think about this way to much if I'm being honest. I have a perfectly laid out plan as well. All you need is to stock up on weapons and medical supplies. Then find a working cargo train that is transporting food. Survive on the train until supplies runs out and then redo the process.
I would give this book a 4.5 star rating hears why. This book reminds me of another story I read I believe was called the defiance. It was about a boy who was learning to live his life with a life threatening disease. He meets a retired poet who is going blind and they become friends and the boy learns to live life on a farm. This book however is about a family who one daughter one son and a father. The father is a lawyer who's client is a black man who was convicted for rape. Boys and girls around the town will make racist comments about the father and if the daughter heard she will most likely injure those who made the comment. There is also a family who everyone is scared of in the neighborhood who terrify the daughter and the son. This book also reminds me of my family because my dad grew up on a farm with my grandmother and every time we visit my dad's side of the family you can tell how country they are. These are the reasons I like this book.
I gave this book a two star rating because at the start it really confused me and got me off track since of how many details. I made a connection of the book by Winnie going out to explore the outside world and leave her family. Here is a whole summary, Mae Tuck goes to pick up her two sons to meet up since they do that every 10 years. Over in the Fosters' family Winnie just ran away since she doesn't like her way of living. Winnie meets the Tucks and they tell Winnie their secret of being immortal. Later on a man in a yellow suit says that the Tucks kidnapped Winnie. In return Mae kills the man in the yellow suit which make Mae sentenced to death. Once Mae was in her jail cell The Tucks and Winnie help Mae get out and replace Mae with Winnie. After the Tucks gave Winnie the spring water which makes her immortal if she drinks it, but she doesn't and decides to pour it on a frog.
I liked reading this book because it talks about the effects of everlasting life. First there is a girl named Winnie who wants to run away from home. Next she runs away to the treegap and meets Jesse Tuck. At the end a constable takes Winnie home, and accuses the Tuck's of kidnapping. This book shows why having everlasting life isn't always the greatest thing to have.