Reviewed by Rahm P. (age 12)
I think Crispin The End of Time is a good book. The book has a lot of action in it. I often felt worried that something bad might happen to Crispin. I was shocked and worried when Crispin and Troth decided to go their separate ways because Crispin seemed like a lonely orphan again. But it felt good when Crispin found Owen, who became his friend. My favorite part was when it sounded like Crispin would finally be sailing off to a happy life in Iceland. When I was reading this book I felt scared and worried about Crispin because more than once I thought he might die.
I recommend this book because it has good settings which are very descriptive. The way the author writes the book is fantastic, because it makes you feel anxious about what is going to happen. It made me want to keep reading. This is a good book for kids in the sixth through eighth grades, because has it some difficult vocabulary and some scary scenes. My favorite part was the end, because I was so happy that Crispin was safe and finally having a good, free life.