Reviewed by Priya S. (age 7)
This book reminds me of Afternoon on the Amazon because both books are like “Oh my gosh, I’m so scared” and then “miracle.” My favorite part was when Jack and Annie found out who the magical person is. Her name is Morgan. That’s why there is a carved M on the bottom of the tree house floor. I thought that the illustrator’s drawing style was very realistic. Also, I can’t even draw that realistically. On a scale of 1 – 10, I would rate this book a 9 because I really imagined I was with mean pirates. At one point, my face dropped. It wasn’t really interesting when they put Jack and Annie in a cage. That part was just about what they did in a cage and it went on for a whole chapter. That’s why I rated the book a 9.
I recommend this book to people who like surprises and magic and mysteries because this story includes all of those things. I would also recommend this book to boys and girls who love inspiration because this book is very inspirational. I think many people would like this book and love it for a long time and make it their favorite.