Animal Farm, a book by George Orwell, is a book about animals who drive away their unmerciful leader (the farmer) and take control of the farm. But all does not go well, as some animals think they can rule.
This book fits into the genre of adventure with a little mystery thrown in. The book uses the aspects of adventure by having the animals overthrow their leader in an epic takeover mission but still has a speck of mystery by keeping the reader wondering where certain characters went or what certain characters are doing.
What I liked about the author's writing style was how he used comparisons to show how some animals were more like humans than they thought and how the author used so much figurative language and still keeps the book at a level that a middle-schooler could understand.
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