BIG Question #1: What makes this book good?
What makes ‘Glass Houses’ good is probably the setting and the journey that Claire takes. The journey doesn’t succeed and ends up with failure but Claire still has her friends by her side. Claire think her friends helped her stand up for herself. With or without them, she did learn to stand up for herself.
BIG Question #2: What would make this book better?
What would make ‘Glass Houses’ better is if there was a bit more of a journey than Claire just going back and forth, going back college and back to Glass Houses and that part did get a bit boring. Other than that, I thought it was a good book.
BIG Question #3: What’s the one most important thing that the author wants you to know?
The one most important thing that Rachel Caine wants us to know is probably true friendship. I think that because Claire wanted friends, not rivals. True friendship is important because that is what might make you happy, makes you feel a sense of belonging.
BIG Question #4: Why did the author write this?
Rachel Caine wrote this because one of her family members was into all of these fantasy things, like vampires and ghosts and I think that Rachel wanted us to know that fantasy can be for all ages and to have some down time but also have some humour in our lives.
BIG Question #5: What does the audience need to know to understand and enjoy the book?
I think the audience needs to know that rivals are somewhere in your friends list, just maybe down low. It may be full of vampires but sometimes, this book is just for if your in a mood for a book that is full of confusion and friendship. Other times, it’s just to have a bit of reading time, making sure you can relax. That’s what I think the audience needs to know.
Rachel Caine’s website: http://www.rachelcaine.com/