Book Review for: Newt's Emerald by Garth Nix
By ashflouk, Jun 18 2017 01:01PM
While reading the book Newt’s Emerald, I sensed that it was forcefully written. As if the publishers forced the writer to write it fast or else to return back the advance payment.
After the Newington Emerald is stolen at the height of a conjured storm, eighteen-year-old Lady Truthful Newington goes to London to search for the magical heirloom of her house. But as no well-bred young lady can hunt the metropolis for a stolen jewel, she has to disguise herself as a man, and is soon caught up in a dangerous adventure where she must risk her life, her reputation and her heart.
It was a plain meaningless book. The only thing that was written nicely in this book was the description, for which I actually bought this. The cover looked stunning too, and that’s it. This story was SO long and SO boring, I never felt so bored while reading a book. I didn’t feel like reading ti! Can you believe that? That’s how lame this book was. The worst part of this book was the ending. Even though it had a happy ending; I just didn’t feel it. I would give it a 1 out of 5 stars for wasting my time (and money).