For my fourth independent reading book, I decided to read the book “Holes” by Louis Sachar. In my opinion, this book had a very creative topic and had many different characters with interesting roles as well as different personalities. When I first started reading this book it was very well understood and I knew what was happening in each chapter. However, as I continued to read the book I noticed that at times I would get confused between all the different characters. Overall, I was able to understand this book and enjoyed this book as well.
After finishing the book “Holes” by Louis Sachar, I had a lot of good things that I liked from this book. However, I also had many thing I wished that author could’ve done different. One of things I liked about the book was how each chapter was set up. What I mean by this is that each chapter at times had different topics but all “blended” well together and wasn’t confusing. Or the new chapter would pick up from where the last chapter ended, this made reading this book very clear and easy to understand. Another thing I liked about this book was how creative the topic of this book was, as mentioned before. Personally, so far I’ve not read a book that had a group of characters somehow connecting to each other and it being easy to understand. However, one thing I disliked about this book was
I would recommend this book to really anyone. Personally, this book was very interesting and again had a great topic. I think that anyone would find this book to be very clear to understand and enjoyable. If I had to pick a specific group I would say teens. I would recommend the book “Holes” to teens because maybe they could relate to the characters or even the topic of this book more than adults would.