Here’s a book report from Maisie.
Scarlet and Ivy: The lost twin By Sophie Cleverly
About Sophie Cleverly
Sophie Cleverly was born in Bath in 1989. She now lives in Wiltshire, England. Sophie writes novels, and is a singer in a band.
A Creepy Boarding School at midnight. A secret diary. A terrifying teacher. A spine-tingling mystery must be solved.
When shy Ivy’s troublemaking twin Scarlet goes missing from Rookwood school, Ivy is invited to take her place’ – she must think like Scarlet , act like Scarlet, become Scarlet. Determined to figure out her sisters disappearance, Ivy agrees – and her hunt for the truth will prove unexpectedly adventurous.
Ivy has been taken away from her family. Her sister has gone to a posh boarding school called Rookwood and has left Ivy with her Aunt that pays no attention to her at all. She is then called up to take Scarlets place at Rookwood. While she is there she become best friends with a new student called Ariadne. Ariadne then helps Ivy figure out her sisters disappearance.
What I think of – Scarlet and Ivy: The lost twin By Sophie Cleverly
I think that this is a great book because it has a lot of adventure and excitement. I liked chapter 4 the most because that is the chapter were Ivy figures out that she has to take Scarlets place. This book is good for lots of ages and if the reader likes excitement then this a book for them.
I like Sophie Cleverly’s writing because she is very creative and adventurous. She also makes her writing very grabbing, so it is easy to get your nose stuck in one of her books.
ENJOY your reading!
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