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  • lemonade11
    lemonade11liked a comment in Tales from Watership Down.
    If you enjoyed Watership Down, Tales From Watership Down is a good choice to reunite with characters from the first book. This book is much shorter than the first and is a bit easier to understand because of the familiarity achieved by reading Watership Down. The basis of this book explains the process of creating a new warren and learning more about rabbit myths heard in the first book.
    About 3 hours ago
  • lemonade11
    lemonade11liked a comment in Watership Down.
    Before you say, "What, two stars? This is a classic!" let me explain. I had to read this book for school and I am in 7th grade. It was just a little too advanced and dense for me. Don't get me wrong, I am a pretty advanced reader, but this was just a little too hard. If I waited until I was older to read this, I might've liked it better than I do right now. Also the plot in a nutshell is guy rabbits fighting over girls, seriously. Now I know that might seem a little harsh, and it is because there is a lot more adventure and suspense, but not my favorite book. Also, I don't normally like classics, the writing style is a little confusing, so when I started it I had the idea in my head that I wasn't going to like it. Once you get to the middle of the book it gets a little better, but nobody in my reading group really love loved it. On person even watched the movie instead of reading the book because she read the first page and gave up ;). Many people might still like this book and I would like everyone to remember that this is my opinion and the book was a little advanced so I probably would've liked it better if I read it when I was older.
    About 3 hours ago
  • lemonade11
    lemonade11liked a comment in Watership Down.
    This book was recommended to me by my English teacher. It was like nothing I had ever read before because it was personifying rabbits as humans; to the point where one of the warrens created a dystopian society. These rabbits acted exactly how a futuristic society of humans would. However, once you have wrapped your head around this concept, the book is extremely well written and interesting. I would recommend frequently checking the back of the book for the made-up words used by the rabbits; this helped me understand the plot.
    About 3 hours ago
  • lemonade11
    lemonade11 added a book review.
    This book was recommended to me by my English teacher. It was like nothing I had ever read before because it was personifying rabbits as humans; to the point where one of the warrens created a dystopian society. These rabbits acted exactly how a futuristic society of humans would. However, once you have wrapped your head around this concept, the book is extremely well written and interesting. I would recommend frequently checking the back of the book for the made-up words used by the rabbits; this helped me understand the plot. @editor, the reading level of this book should be revised to say 7th through 12th grades because of the challenge it is to read and comprehend.
    About 3 hours ago
  • lemonade11
    lemonade11 added a book review.
    If you enjoyed Watership Down, Tales From Watership Down is a good choice to reunite with characters from the first book. This book is much shorter than the first and is a bit easier to understand because of the familiarity achieved by reading Watership Down. The basis of this book explains the process of creating a new warren and learning more about rabbit myths heard in the first book.
    About 3 hours ago
  • lemonade11
    lemonade11 has watched this movie.
    About 3 hours ago
  • swirlycool
    swirlycool added a book review.
    This book kinda made me regret reading the whole series because the ending was disappointing. I think the first book is better than the rest.
    About 3 hours ago
  • swirlycool
    swirlycool added a book review.
    I usually do not like reading science fiction books because they seem to have the same stereotypical plot, however, I definitely love this book. It kept me captivated with its twists and turns and unexpected plot lines. I like how the main character, Thomas, is likable because it's hard to read a book when the main character is irritating. The epilogue made me want to read the rest of the trilogy to know why Teresa wrote "Wicked is evil" on her arm. The pieces that were scattered throughout the plot connecting, in the end, was enjoyable to read. I definitely recommend this book.
    About 3 hours ago
  • lemonade11
    lemonade11 wants to watch this movie.
    About 3 hours ago
  • lemonade11
    lemonade11 has watched this movie.
    About 3 hours ago

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