The book "Watership Down" by Richard Adams was the absolute worst book I've ever read in my life. It's about a group of rabbits that flees from their warren in order to be safe. A rabbit named Fiver sensed that there was danger coming to the warren and so he and his brother, Hazel, gathered other rabbits to come with them to their journey to happiness. Will they find their happy place or will it turn out to be a disaster?
The worst thing about the book was that it didn't have any interesting plot points. A book about rabbits going on a journey is not fascinating. Another thing that was bad about the book was that it had lots of uninteresting words and too many details. The best thing about the book (not many great things) is that it had a few cliffhangers between the chapters. Also, it had some "rabbit language" in the book so that made it a little different than other books.
The age group that would like to read Watership Down would probably be high schoolers of both genders. It has a lot of large high school words. Now, if you have nothing at all to read, then Watership Down might be the best book for you.Posted by at January 29, 2010 02:37 PM