Young Adult Book Review: Maggi Gibson’s Naughty Savages


Naughty Savage Naughty

Gibson Maggi

Puffin, 6,99 GBP

And what’s that book about?

Sassy Wilde is a determined and independent young girl, as her name suggests, who has two simple dreams: to save the world and spread her ideals through music.

Who does the book target at?

Around nine and 12 years of age.

What was your favourite component?

The first thing that always comes to mind when I think of this series, and this one in particular, is the effortlessly written power of the female characters. Sassy and her friends were the kind of teenagers I wanted to be when I was younger, with noble core values and true ambition.

What was your favourite little part of the book?

The style of writing had a tendency to sound too simple.

What character would you like to meet most of all?

To me, Sassy stands out. She has a lot to contribute to with all her shortcomings and strengths.

Why should this book be bought by someone?

It’s the kind of book that you’d like all of your mates to read just to talk about it, and where you’d go to the nearest bookstore to get the next installment of the story.


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