Reading Book 31 even though I have not finished 30: I felt bogged down by lots of detailed information and that the original anticipation of following just a few strands so that there is a deep and large impact on this historical event didn’t materialize. It feels disjointed at times and I wonder how young readers will react to this if the only experience they have with this event is through reading this one book: would they form a clear large picture with small details filling in or would they be confused and baffled by so many people and happenings swirling around from page to page, chapter to chapter?