Book Report On Ravens Gate By Anthony Horowitz

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“The whole area seemed deserted and forgotten.” At least that's what Matt thought before breaking and entering into the place in which Kelvin, his one and only friend was to attempt murder. (I chose that quote for it expresses my feeling towards this book quite well.) Raven’s Gate, by Anthony Horowitz was not nearly as exciting, suspenseful, and entertaining as I originally thought. Though it does have its moments, with a hard to follow plot twists, vague explanations, and unclear scientific references, this book was not an especially easy read.
The novel revolves around 14 year Matthew Freeman, one of five children who saved the world once before and are destined to did it again. After getting arrested, he is sent to live with Mrs. Deverill

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