2 reviews for Winter's End

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I read Winter’s End by Jean-Claude Mourlevat. I thought that the beginning was slow and the plot took a long time to reveal itself. For example, at the beginning of the book Milena and Helen attend a boarding school that is very uneventful. The action starts when Milena runs away with Bartolomeo: a boy she just met. Shortly after that Helen runs off with Milos: a boy she just met. The plot doesn’t mature any more until they find themselves at Jahn’s restaurant. There they find out more about a rebel uprising to destroy an unfair government. This plan needs Milena to inspire people with her voice. Along the way you will find out some of the characters ancestors and how that helps them.

review submitted by Sam

 

 

In the book Winter’s End by Jean-Claude Mourlevat, the character is doubtful of the choices they made and is challenged by they issues their community is making.  Four teenagers escape from boarding school. Then they try to get to the head government to take revenge for their parents’ death. But during the mission, they are chased by man-wolves.

review submitted by Aleeta