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  • Fun but slightly difficult read

    Three Twins at the Crater School by Chaz Brenchley was a very interesting read. I loved the worldbuilding, the entire premise, and the amazing characters and their friendships. However, I confess I found it a somewhat difficult read. I kept on getting stuck at parts, especially in the beginning of the book, and while I am familiar with the genre and style the author was emulating (British boarding schools in mid-20th century), it was a bit jarring for me at first. Nevertheless, I liked the themes of friendship, growth, and complicated identity, as well as the main plotline of Russian spies. The writing, however jarring I initially found it, was clever and witty and a delight to read, and it was truly fun to read a story in the style of old-school Martian sci-fi melded together with a girl’s British boarding school.

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