Friday, April 12, 2013

A new student review of The Worst-Case Scenario: Deadly Seas by Alexander Lurie David Borgenicht

nowhereman posted a new student review of The Worst-Case Scenario: Deadly Seas by Alexander Lurie David Borgenicht. See the full review.

I thought this book was really good. It has a lot of action and adventure that keeps you on your toes as to what choices you make. I thought that it was also cool how it actually tells you how to survive certain situations, like for instance shark attacks, what to eat and what not to eat when adrift at sea, and how to make a flotation device. If you like this book then you might like the other books in the series. One example of the questions in the book is “If you abandon ship, turn to page 157”or”if you stay on the boat, Turn to page 104”(54). I recommend this book for all ages.

 

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