The Wednesdays review by Ravette
The Wednesdays
by Jason Beene, Julie Bourbeau
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Humor

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Age at time of review - 16
Reviewer's Location - Tucson, AZ, United States
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<p>In the novel, The Wednesdays, by Julie Bourbeau, the main character is Max. He lives in a village that is plagued by &quot;the wednesdays.&quot; Every Wednesday, strange occurances take over - though never anything life-threatening. Max has always been intrigued by these occurances and decides to find out why these things are happening. Upon discovering the truth, Max ends up being a victim of &quot;the wednesdays&quot; on days other than just Wednesday.</p>


<p>This was a very interesting book, I enjoyed reading it. I liked the character because of&nbsp; his adventurous attitude. I also liked the plot, and how it built up in suspense and figuring out the main conflict behind &quot;the wednesdays.&quot; What I liked most, was the ending. At the end of the book, the cases of &quot;the wednesdays&quot; are still occuring, and seems to keep happening to no end.</p>

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I would recommend this book to anyone of at least thirteen years of age.

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