I started reading this book when I worked at a game reserve back in 2016, and got as far as chapter two, which encouraged my reason for reading it as my third book.
The book at first was a little challenging for me to read by not always understanding certain phrases and words, and which to me were not well put together. It may be because I’m not used to reading as much, or just because there is a significant language difference in literature between 1984 and 2018. Either way is possible, especially since the book was written for children to read. Goodness, I suck!
But I stuck through it. Eventually the reading became easier and I enjoyed the last half of the book. It was during the last half that I figured out that it took me approximately between one- and two minutes to read a single page. I was not disappointed with the story.