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There were some funny and endearing parts, but all in all the book felt a bit dry and forced.
So many brilliant schemes, plans, capers and with each one that blows up in your face you carry more worry that this time you'll really get in trouble.
The relationships between Max and the wild things are very moving and again, very true to human interactions people deal with every day.
One of the few books I'm not ashamed to cuddle, The Wild Things at first seems unnecessary. "A YA novel based on a movie that's based on a children's picture book? Absurd! Read morePublished 15 days ago by C. Sanderson
this is a fun book - and cheap, at least when i purchased it......i always forget to rate and then i have to come back and try to remember what i liked about them.Published 4 months ago by Yolanda
My son literally hugged this book when I gave it to him. Well done on the design. Now as for the book, the wild things is in a word AWESOMEPublished 5 months ago by Kevin B. Leigh
I love the book but there was a chunk cut out of the pages and a huge red ink stain inside. Very disappointed.Published 5 months ago by Milo
I think I was the only kid in America that didn't grow up reading Where the Wild Things Are. My parents called me--and still call me--Little Bear, based on Maurcie Sendak's other... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Patrick Garrett York
Poor little Max. His world is changing and he just doesn't know how to cope with it. Three years ago, everything was fine. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Steven Brandt @ Audiobook-Heaven
The book is fun to have. It's furry cover made it a funny gift to give to friends or family.Published 14 months ago by Pen Name
This was another well-written book by Dave Eggers, but it left me wanting more. There was something missing. Read morePublished 21 months ago by K. Kienast
The Wild Things-based very loosely on the storybook by Maurice Sendak and the screenplay cowritten with Spike Jonze-is about the confusions of a boy, Max, making his way in a world... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Amy Edelman