Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Prisoner Of War, by Michael Spradlin

In this book called Prisoner Of War, by Michael Spradlin, there are many problems that occur. This book is about a boy named Henry Forrest. Henry Forrest’s mother died when he was seven years old, and his father drastically changed. Henry’s father started drinking and taking out all his anger on poor Henry. Henry’s grandpa tried stopping his father, but there was no stopping it. Once Henry turned fifteen, he decided he wanted to join the Marines. Henry’s grandfather didn’t approve, but he went along with it. Henry drove, and drove, and he signed up to join the Marines. But he had no idea what was awaiting.

In my opinion, this is honestly the best book I have ever read. It makes you feel exactly what the characters are feeling. When you read this book, you will be drawn into a war-zone. This book is sad and happy at the end; it left me in tears. This is the most meaningful book. You will feel relieved at the end. I definitely recommend it.


1 comment:

  1. I liked your review it sounded like a cool book I like war books so that was a connection to me and I think Im gonna read it