[PDF/EBOOK] The Escape

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  • The Escape
  • Robert Muchamore
  • English
  • 10 September 2020
  • 9780340956489

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Read & Download ñ The Escape ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Robert Muchamore ¿ 5 Free download Free read The Escape Summer 1940Hitler's army is advancing towards Paris and millions of French civilians are on the runAmidst the chaos two British children are being h. For those of you who don t know I absolutely LOVED Robert Mucha s Cherub series and read all of them super uickly So I really wanted to love this just as muchand I just didn tI can still confidently say that I still love Mucha s writing style and that definitely got me excited when I started reading But it was mainly the story that was lacking for meTold in a dual third person narrative we follow Marc an orphan who escapes his lifelong orphanage home and Rosie and Paul Clarke siblings who are thrown into their father s secret world as German s advance into France The story is set in France during early World War 2 and I thought this aspect actually helped the narrative whilst not boring me with facts and dates etc I m really not a history fan so I would ve been put off if the war element had been overdone which it wasn t so I was happyBut although the initial story focus seemed promising it didn t deliver much I was expecting something similar to the first Cherub book an introduction into the spy world and getting our protagonists involved in it This felt like even of an introduction than anticipated though with little excitement and action I understand that this was the first book in the series so to an extent things needed to be set up but the Cherub series had the same challenge yet the first book was much interesting whilst being shorter So the amount of action was disappointingPersonally I think the dual narrative could be to blame for this I appreciate the author trying something different and I know that both Marc and the Clarke s stories were important but it meant I couldn t get immersed in the action I would ve preferred to stay in Marc s perspective as I found his narrative exciting and conseuently I would ve had a chance to get to know his character I ought to say some good things nowwell I already mentioned the writing style and although I wanted to know him better I thought Marc s character was pretty good And besides everything I ve said I have high hopes for the next book in the series I think Mucha has set up what seems like a promising adventure Having said that I thought the ending was a little rushed and the epilogue was a massive disappointment I used to love the Cherub epilogues so much but this one actually made me uite frustrated if I m honest But we ll leave it at thatI m going to read the next one soonPS Sorry for comparing to the Cherub books so much they are just one of my favourite series and it was hard not to The Utter Zoo Alphabet you who don t know I absolutely LOVED Robert Mucha s Cherub series and read all of them super uickly So I really wanted to love this just as muchand I just didn tI can still confidently say that I still love Mucha s writing style and that definitely got me excited when I started reading But it was mainly the story that was lacking for meTold in a dual third person narrative we follow Marc an orphan who escapes his lifelong orphanage home and Rosie and Paul Clarke siblings who are thrown into their father s secret world as German s advance into France The story is set in France during early World War 2 and I thought this aspect actually helped the narrative whilst not boring me with facts and dates etc I m really not a history fan so I would ve been put off if the war element had been overdone which it wasn t so I was happyBut although the initial story focus seemed promising it didn t deliver much I was expecting something similar to the first Cherub book an introduction into the spy world and getting our protagonists involved in it This felt like even of an introduction than anticipated though with little excitement and action I understand that this was the first book in the series so to an extent things needed to be set up but the Cherub series had the same challenge Versuchte Nähe yet the first book was much interesting whilst being shorter So the amount of action was disappointingPersonally I think the dual narrative could be to blame for this I appreciate the author trying something different and I know that both Marc and the Clarke s stories were important but it meant I couldn t get immersed in the action I would ve preferred to stay in Marc s perspective as I found his narrative exciting and conseuently I would ve had a chance to get to know his character I ought to say some good things nowwell I already mentioned the writing style and although I wanted to know him better I thought Marc s character was pretty good And besides everything I ve said I have high hopes for the next book in the series I think Mucha has set up what seems like a promising adventure Having said that I thought the ending was a little rushed and the epilogue was a massive disappointment I used to love the Cherub epilogues so much but this one actually made me uite frustrated if I m honest But we ll leave it at thatI m going to read the next one soonPS Sorry for comparing to the Cherub books so much they are just one of my favourite series and it was hard not to

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Read & Download ñ The Escape ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Robert Muchamore ¿ 5 Free download Free read The Escape Unted by German agentsBritish spy Charles Henderson tries to reach them first but he can only do it with the help of a twelve year old French orphan. Loved it I fell in love with WW2 Young adult books after reading the Edelweiss Pirates series this series if Hendersons Boys looks to be as good I will now read the restI really recommend Interesting facts on history and what people or children went through