Wednesday, 14 August 2013
The Rescuers is a charming tale of three mice who sent by the prisoners aid society journey to the Black Castle in order to free a Norwegian poet held captive there. Their mission is full of danger and it takes all the courage they have to face the Persian cat and to attempt to free a prisoner from the dungeons. It has never been managed before how will three tiny mice manage?
I enjoyed the Rescuers loads especially the fact that these mice are tiny and insignificant why should they be able to rescue a human prisoner? They are small so they are not noticed and can get were humans can/t but how is that going to get a human out of the dungeons. I like the idea of non ideal heroes because it gives you good encouragement and helps you to realise no matter what size or who you are if you work hard you will succeed.
The Rescuers has also been made into a film which although totally different from the book is good in its own right.