Reviewed by Matt (age 11)
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This is a very well written story, which keeps the reader in suspense until the end. I feel that any reader who starts this story will not want to put it down until they find the true meaning of the holes.
I was surprised to find out the meaning of the holes, and I'm sure any one who reads this book will too.
I was interested in the way the story turns out, because I thought he would just dig the holes and go home but he doesn't. And I am sure any one who reads this book will think the same thing. I also think that readers 9 of age and up will appreciate this book, because of the words and it is a little hard to understand the true meaning of the holes at any younger of an age.
My favorite character was Stanley Yeinats because he is the one who discovered the true meaning of the holes. My favorite part was when Mr. Sir says Stanley can run away and he will not shoot him, because Stanley can be free but he doesn't run away.