Review From User :
"You know, I understand it now. There's always a third choice in life. Even if you're stuck between two impossible choices, there's always a third way. You just have to look for it."
I didn't get wrong with Marcus Sedgwick.
Revolver is my first book from him and definitely will never be the last. I am actually on the go to read his other works as soon as possible.
Gripping, intelligent and compelling, Revolver shared to me the experience of being held captive with a dead body; and to think or decide fast when your own life is at stake. Short and simple, it portrayed the life during the Gold Rush and told a one-of-a-kind story of danger of the unknown. Revolver also imparted emotions that truly affects me and a message that make me think for a while.
And even this book didn't have action or high school drama, I enjoyed and thrilled reading it. It is a powerful novel encompasses the importance of listening to your parents' advice and the risk of decision-making or choices.
At first, I haven't thought of any idea on why this book is titled Revolver but as I've read and read, I got and understand why. Is this thing will be used to end one's life Maybe.
This is a tense, psychological drama set in the snowy wilderness of the Arctic Circle, where a boy confronts a stranger come to take revenge on his dead father.