The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle (An Avon Camelot Book) Book Review
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The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle (An Avon Camelot Book) book review

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Title: The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle (An Avon Camelot Book)

Author: Avi

Average number of words per page: more than 100

STORY:
17 readers have rated this story.
Average story rating: 6.99/10.0
ILLUSTRATIONS:
17 readers have rated the illustrations.
Average illustration rating: 5.92/10.0

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Book review by: ANDERSON16
age: 10

Review submitted on 11/08/2001 at 00:06:00

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ANDERSON16 writes the following about The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle (An Avon Camelot Book) :
I thought that this book was going to be a girl book but after I read the book it changed my mind about the story. This book was riveting to me and I was very intrigued by it. I am going to read more books by Avi in the near future. I am not very suprised that The True Confession of Charlotte Doyle won a NEWBERY HONOR award.
This book is about a girl that boards a ship by herself and is treated with respect by only the captain and is fooled by him too. He kills a crew member. He flogged another, which was Zachariah, a friend of Charlotte's. Then, as a response, she joins the crew and does a deathdefying feat and is almost killed while doing the enourmous feat.
This book shows that no matter who, why or where you are, if you set your mind to it, you will succeed if you want to. This book shows that it realy does deserves a NEWBERY HONOR award and hopefully he will get several more later in his long life of spellbinding books such as this exelent novel.
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