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Part Two: The Wild Robot Book Review
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Book Review Podcast
Our book for this episode will be The Wild Robot By Peter Brown! Funny story, I have already read, The Wild Robot Escapes which is actually the second book in the series. I already know some key things from this book, and I enjoyed very much. Now, instead of just reading one chapter like my reading of Ghost, which you check out after, I’ll have to read two chapters. The chapters in this book are very minimal.
For example, I believe there was two chapter that was back to back! Crazy, right? But don’t worry, it’ll still be worth it at the end of the episode. I’ve also noticed that these episodes are a bit long, so sit back, relax, and enjoy the reading of the wild robot by Peter brown!
What Do We Think?
As you may know, those were the first two chapters wild robot by Peter brown. It’s now the time to reflect and see what we think about the book, is there anything You like, dislike? For this book, and my personal preference, I think this really left us hanging. And that’s a good method for making readers interested in your story and the plot.
Even after reading the wild robot escapes, Peter dose do that frequently and is what makes me want to continue it. It’s great to hook, and I have lots more questions about what will happen next and the plot later on. Even though I have read the sequel, there is still some detail I haven’t read much of!
Well, now we can’t do the character thoughts for this episode, and the two chapters, only because we haven’t met any characters. If you need something, I can only say that the otters are super curious, and they may help drive the story further, as they turned the robot in the remaining create, on.
Questions I Still Have
Here is the list of the many questions I still have from those chapters!
- What happened to the ship?
- Did crew members pass?
- Are the owners going to try and find it?
- What will happen when the otters see the robot?
- Is the robot friendly or not?
- Is the robot fully damaged?
- Can the robot move?
- Can the robot speak?
Hope You Enjoy,
I hope this review will help you out in the future for making a decision if you want the book or not! I totally recommend this book, and the wild robot escapes, they are both very good books, and with all of that said, here is our official ending!