The Sunlight Pilgrams Review

alexandra cordero

3 Stars

October 2, 2017

This book stares a boy who is bracing one of the worst impacts of a storm, ever. The year this book is set is 2020. This book is a heartwarming story about a boy who accomplishes or tries to and continues on in the story, to become a better him. I personally thought this book lacked interest for me. However it is a good concept. This book just wasn't really for me as when I was reading it I didn't care for how it was written and some of the events that took place. I say that if you like a good read, especially with the colder seasons coming up you may enjoy this.

Now to go into a little more depth:

  1. I didn't care for the characters as much as I thought I would and I believe they seriously lacked any form of chemistry
  2. I believe that the idea of the book was great but for me the exception wasn't as how i expected it to be.
  3. The author didn't use equations marks when the character were speaking which really bothered me, yet I do understand that other may like that.
  4. i thought the plot was lacking as we didn't really dive to deep into their personal lives, and if we did it was the same thing over and over again.

I suggest looking at other review, visiting a library or a bookstore to read the first few pages and see if you like it and to see if a trusted book reader friend read the book and ask their opinion on it.