This Revision Bite covers. These are some of the typical conventions that are being used in this review: the review opens in a lively way to state the writer's opinion there is a use of direct-address 'you' combined with a question aimed at engaging the reader alliteration helps emphasise a key phrase references to other well known works by the author helps the reader's understanding writing techniques such as a metaphor create vivid imagery that helps engage the reader and also emphasise the writer's negative view You can also ask some questions about the language the writer uses to learn from this style: Question Does the writer sound formal and use Standard English?
The setting is the time and place the story occurs. Some possible questions to address include: Why do you think other readers would enjoy it? Is the book interesting and hold your attention?
You could try answering a couple of the following questions: Who was your favourite character, and why? Discuss what you particularly liked about the book Focus on your thoughts and feelings about the story and the way it was told.
No-one wants anything to do with Tulip, who is avoided by children and teachers alike. Don't give away the ending.