An adventurous fantasy tale of growth and childhood, The Messenger Pigeons is a novel that follows three close friends that are forced to take part in a trip that they didn't quite want —which proves to become more and more extensive as the story progresses. However, you should not expect an epic fantasy of massive proportions from this, because that is not what you're goiAn adventurous fantasy tale of growth and childhood, The Messenger Pigeons is a novel that follows three close friends that are forced to take part in a trip that they didn't quite want —which proves to become more and more extensive as the story progresses. However, you should not expect an epic fantasy of massive proportions from this, because that is not what you're going to get. From beginning to end, the story is solely about its three main characters, and, after all, they aren't epic or strong or fearless: the are just kids....
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The Messenger Pigeons Reviews
I was asked to read this book to write this review, and I wasn't very excited. I was curious, because it had been written by a 15-year-old, but not very excited. I'm pleased to say I was pleasantly surprised by it.The first chapter was good, a bit more than I expected, and I thought it would be the high point of the book, but it wasn't. I had no idea. The characters are impressively well developed, especially considering they were written by someone so young, and the book is so entertaining that you can't even feel its length when you read it. I found myself reading a hundred pages in a single day sometimes. The ending, I think, made the whole book, and it added much more meaning to it, although I'm sure some people will not like it.I recommend it if you want an entertaining read for the week, or if you're sick of having underdeveloped characters. (The novel also relies on dialogue very often, which I liked because it moved the plot while showing you more about the characters.) I'm giving it a five out of five. It isn't harry potter or anything out of this world, but it sure as hell is good. Congratulations, Mary (or whatever your real name is).
I was asked to leave a review of it, and was given a free review copy. In short, the book is solid. It got me entertained enough to read it in a couple of weeks while reading something else (The Giver), and it is very addicting. I didn't like the ending that much, which is why I'm giving it four stars, but it was quite daring and I'm sure some people will enjoy it, so that shouldn't keep you from reading the book if you want to.