5 interesting adjectives to describe books
I read a good book. I read a bad book…
Here are 5 much more tasty adjectives to describe your favourite books and films!
And as a bonus, you’ll also get a list of Chris’ favourite books so you have some good reads to look forward to. So our list of adjectives begins with:
1) Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë
A dynamic tale set in the Yorkshire moors.
2) Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Louis Carroll
An adventurous tale of a girl who falls down a rabbit hole.
3) Refugee Boy by Benjamin Zephaniah
A captivating tale of a boy from Ethiopia who travels to London with his father.
4) The Picture of Dorian Grey by Oscar Wilde
A dark story of a man who sells his soul for eternal youth.
5) Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Wolf
A charming story of a young lady preparing for a party in post-war Britain.
Did you catch the 5 adjectives? Here’s what they mean:
- dynamic: use this word when you want to say that a film has lots of action, or that it’s very exciting
- adventurous: this often means that a book or film is action-packed
- captivating: this is something that holds your attention
- dark: this means something that’s sinister or gothic
- charming: you can use this word when you want to describe something as delightful
Get reading and start using these interesting adjectives!
Learn more about adjectives with these exercises.
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