||Author: Anna Murray|
List Price: $14.00
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Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press (November, 1998)
Sales Rank: 314,271
Average Customer Rating: 4.93 out of 5
Customer ReviewsRating: 4 out of 5
Good Book is Written Nicely in E-mails
The book Sarah's Page is a good, easy read. The plot is simple and good. The plot is not wonderful, but good and interesting. One factor that made this book an enjoyable read was that it was written all in e-mails. It was a different way of writting and I really liked that. For those of you who liked the book P.S. Longer Letter Later and/or the book Snail Mail No More, I think you would like this book. The characters in this book wre very believable. The book was quite detailed and added a lot of description, which was a nice aspect. The setting played an important role in the plot, for in the book the main character is this girl named Sarah who is from New York and is from a wealthy family has to live on a rustic farm and do chores. The reason why I gave this book a four star rating instead of five was because at times this book seemed to drag on a little, and got off the point. Overall, this book was pretty good. I think it is probably worth a read. I liked the writing style and characters best. I think girls ages 9, 10, or 11 would really enjoy this book. This is a good book.
Rating: 5 out of 5
A Definat Page-Turner
Sarah's Page is a wonderful book! The characters have real personality, they're not dull. You discover the story as she e-mails her best friend in New York. She's stuck on a farm with her sister and her sister's husband. Life gets tough, but Sarah is tough to.
Rating: 5 out of 5
Something Very Special
Originally I bought this book for my niece who is a Michigander. The weekend it arrived from Amazon, she was off with her parents to a wedding for the weekend. It didn't take her long to read the entire story. This weekend she lent it to me. One day. That's all it took. I couldn't put Sarah's Page down. Not only is it a clever idea, but the story is compelling. Sarah is your best friend or the one you wish you had. (BTW I am 53 years old ;) )