Student Reader Victoria Patton Essay

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The Supernaturalist is a book by Eoin Colfer about a 14 year old boy at Clarissa Frayne Institute for parentally challenged boys. Unwanted by his parents, he decides to escape and join a group of teenagers named Supernaturalists. This group of kids have the same abilities as Cosmo. They can see Supernatural creatures. Supernaturalists hunt this creatures in order to save the humanity that is left in Satellite city. Recently, I interviewed Victoria who had just read this book and asked her to tell us a little more about this book.
Victoria explained how the cover of the book made her to choose this book to read. She said, “It was interesting and shiny. And you know how girls like shiny ...view middle of the document...

I asked here about the genre of the book and types of books she usually reads. She said that she usually reads fiction and The Supernaturalist is a Fiction/Mystery book. Victoria said that Supernaturalists is similar to famous TV show, Supernatural, created by Eric Kripke. Supernatural is about two brothers who are hunters. They hunt supernatural creatures and try to save the world. The main idea of both, the book and the TV show, is killing monsters and saving humans.
Victoria said that the book didn’t end the way she expected. The book ends with the death of one of the leaders of the Supernaturalists. I asked her, “If you could change something about this book, what would it be?” She said if there was something that she could have changed about the book she would change the ending. “I would make the leader feel - with one of his powers- that someone is about to kill him and he is gonna get shot. So he would have turned and wouldn’t get shot.”(Patton)
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