Teen Book Review: Remarkable

  Remarkable by Lizzie Foley

Review by Anna, Sonoma Valley Branch

In a fictional town called Remarkable, everyone is extremely talented. This town has the world’s nest architect, artist, writer, the best in any job. The only person who isn’t remarkable or very talented is Jane. But before she knows it, she finds herself in the biggest mystery and adventure the town of Remarkable has ever seen. And despite not being terribly remarkable, Jane comes to the rescue in her own special way.

I didn’t particularly like this book. It wasn’t bad, but it was predictable and sometimes boring during situations that were supposed to be action-packed. From the start, I knew this book wasn’t one of my favorites. However, I’m sure it could be someone else’s favorite. I would recommend this book to anyone that enjoys extreme fiction, with worlds and monsters made up instead of just a story, like most fiction.

2 thoughts on “Teen Book Review: Remarkable

  1. I read the review by Anna.i didn’t like this book at all.From the little summary i read about the book.That book was not something i’am into.I would recomend this book to people you are into make beleave stories.

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