A Boy Called M.O.U.S.E. #2020

A Boy Called M.O.U.S.E. Penny Dolan A Boy Called M O U S E Mouse lives a happy and carefree life until the evil Mr Button darkens the door threatens Hanny and takes Mouse away Mr Button takes Mouse to grim Murkstone Hall a school that lives and breathes ter

  • Title: A Boy Called M.O.U.S.E.
  • Author: Penny Dolan
  • ISBN: 9781408801383
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Boy Called M.O.U.S.E. Penny Dolan Mouse lives a happy and carefree life until the evil Mr Button darkens the door, threatens Hanny and takes Mouse away Mr Button takes Mouse to grim Murkstone Hall, a school that lives and breathes terror and fear Can Mouse escape and find his way to his true family again
    A Boy Called M.O.U.S.E. Penny Dolan

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    1. A very light, and easy read Borderline middle grade which is a plus for me seeing as I really like middle grade Most of the book was entertaining, a lost prince archetype But the end of the book was sort of a let down, or over not something I feel tied up the book nicely too open for my liking.The main character was really well developed, almost the only character that was But, seeing as he s the only constant character I can understand Good, not the greatest but definitely good.

    2. This book is fabulous Told from multiple viewpoints, it is the story of a little boy known as Mouse growing up in the 19th century a large English country house His parents go on a long sea voyage, and he is left with his grumpy old grandfather who isn t interested in him and his uncle Scrope, an unsuccessful gambler who is in debt to an unpleasant man called Button Mouse s Nanny perceives that Mouse, as presumptive heir to his grandfather should his parents not return, is in danger from Scrope [...]

    3. At first this was like a Jane Eyre for kids Mouse spent a lot of time in this horrible school orphanage, but eventually went his own way, which ended up being quite the adventure He lived on the streets, met up with a puppeteer and eventually found work at a theatre However, there are other stories taking place at the same time For Mouse came from a rich family, and many people are looking for him Not all with good intentionsI did not expect this book to be so good It might be a children s book, [...]

    4. Eigenlijk 3.5 ster denk ik, maar dat kan hier niet helaas Een lekker kinderboek, prettig geschreven, met humor en een leuk verhaal, met veel plezier gelezen Vond het ook leuk dat het einde niet zo standaard ouders weer gevonden en nu is iedereen gelukkig is, maar dat Muis eigenlijk zijn plek in het leven al wel gevonden heeft en helemaal nog niet zo weet of hij wel terug wil naar dat leven dat hij nooit heeft gekend Lijkt me een stuk realistischer dan hoe dat in de meeste verhalen gaat Minpuntje [...]

    5. A riveting read and a book I feel pretty sure I would have enjoyed as a ten year old myself though it s always hard to be sure Heady mix of Dickens big wallops of Oliver Twist , a little Ghormengast but providing the narrative drive that novel sorely lacks and Nights at the Circus without surrealism And clearly geared towards readers a little younger than those of the Potter books.I read it in a superb Dutch translation, and Dutch readers might be interested in the translator s comments about th [...]

    6. Historical setting of 19C for this traditional adventure concerning a boy with hidden identity who is exiled from home and makes a journey to escape but also find himself With its settings of theatre in London and a boy s school there are echoes of Dickens, Barbara Ibbotson and maybe a touch of Leon Garfield Good for 8 12 year olds.

    7. Een boek waarvan ik niet zo goed weet wat ik ervan moet vinden Enerzijds is het een mooie uitgave, met een vaardig geschreven en goed opgebouwd verhaal anderzijds doet het me sterk aan andere boeken denken, zoals Alleen op de wereld.In ieder geval was het amusant om te lezen, al is Knoop een wel erg kwaadaardig en zwartwit personage.

    8. I hadn t read the summary before starting the book so I didn t really know what I was getting into, but I enjoyed it a lot than I thought I would There are a lot of elements that I loved like the historical setting and theater aspects.I have nothing negative to say about it, it was a good read all around.

    9. A marvelous tale, beautifully told well crafted with nary a word or sentence out of place It is the kind of book that made me fall in love with reading in the first place Oliver Twist meets Nicholas Nickelby, with a charm all its own Wonderful

    10. The plot started quite slow however, as the story progressed it becomes and interesting Flipping through the pages I have grew fascinated by the character personality The style of writing is nice and the sequential events one after another was interesting.

    11. A fun read A few twists in the plot kept it going An advanced 9 year old reader might really enjoy it My rating is based on what I think the age group would give For myself the enjoyment was in thinking what the young reader would possibly glean from the story.

    12. Such a great story You will find yourself rooting for MOUSE right from the beginning Lots of twists and turns Yes, it is a kids book Fans of Harry Potter will most likely enjoy this This book reminded me of being a kid and why I love to read

    13. I just couldn t get into this I think the start is a bit slow, I have heard that it gets really good but just couldn t get past chapter 1.

    14. The best book I have read in a LONG time An adventurous story about a young boy trying to find his long lost mother and father.

    15. A super adventure story with the Oliver, David Copperfield feel of the times Loved the theatre time and all those characters.

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