Looking at her career now she has made it a long way that most authors can only dream of accomplishing. She is now busier than ever working on her sequel to Descendants and writing her new series Vampires of Manhattan which is a spin-off of Blue Bloods and her other book Heart of Dread. At the same being a wife and mother. Few people would like her books because they are kind of girly but she has a variety of books that the reader is bound to fall in love with. Her influences, reviews, and great books all have led up to a successful life for Melissa.
This book is a great book that made the reader even more emotionally attached to Selena and the movement she is trying to accomplish in her world. The writer, Maas, has developed an amazing and enticing plot that continues throughout her books. Not only does she accomplish and further a great plot, but she has also developed amazing characters all with their very own story to tell. In conclusion, because of Maas’s writing abilities the book Heir of Fire and the Throne of Glass series are all great reads, and everyone should try reading
The book Backlash by Sarah Darer Littman is one of my favorite to read over and over again.I love how the cover looks and it makes you want to read it.I really like the the summary on the back of the book.The book is realistic fiction because it could happen.When I read this book I have so much consern.Sydney is my favorite person in the book.Sydney could be really helpful sometimes.The whole problem can really be hard.I saw a movie like this it’s named CyberBully the moive is really sad and it take place on cillkers just like facebook.The girl overdose just like Lara.The girl did not die in the movie.The movie is based real life.The girl died when she was only 13. Lara is the one with the problem.I don’t get it it why Lara cares about
Frankie by Shivaun Plozza was one of my most anticipated read this year by an Australian author, it just sounded like my kind of book and it was. Frankie was a heartbreaking, heart-warming and absorbing contemporary that captures the reader from the first page. Frankie follows protagonist Frankie Vega as she goes on a journey of self-discovery, more heartbreak and finding her place. Frankie is a usual protagonist, she is mean, rude, hard-headed and feisty, but not in the way that makes you want to put the book down and stop reading, no it is quite the opposite, her attitude makes you want to keep on reading. When a kid shows up saying that he is Frankie’s half-brother, she doesn’t know what to do.
In rebuttal to such claims made toward the author, Anderson herself writes a short essay, “A Comment about Censorship” explaining her point of view on the topic. The short essay states “Reading and discussing books is one of the most effective ways to get teens to think through and learn about the challenges of adolescence”. Anderson explains this in detail more in the third paragraph, however the points in her essay used to persuade parents and teachers start off not in the first paragraph, but the way she words her title. “ A Comment about Censorship” seems too familiar and casual to some, but the wording used was purposely made passive in order for her readers not be offended. If a school board director was faced
She won an American Mystery award for private eye novels in 1987. As a result, all of her hard work in the past has paid off. Ultimately, Linda Barnes is an amazing mystery writer! She has written unbelievable, eye-opening books that have altogether changed the literary world in regards to mysteries. Linda Barnes could perhaps be one of the best mystery authors
In Peg Kehret’s book Stolen Children the story starts when Amy forgets to walk and feed the neighbor’s dog and it has an accident. The neighbor asked Amy’s father if she had remembered come over. Amy’s father decided to talk to Amy but the talk soon turned into a fight, causing Amy’s dad to be late for work. That was the last time Amy saw her dad because he died in a car crash on his way. Amy felt like it was her fault and wanted to prove to her dad that she could be responsible and started taking a babysitting class.
Although the text, Women: Images and Realities a Multicultural Anthology, has done a wonderful job of showcasing the diversity of women’s experience; however, the most striking article we have read so far has been Lori Tharps “In Search of the Elusive Orgasm”. In the essay, Tharps traces her journey to finding an orgasms and begins by describing her love of Harlequin novels as a teenager. In which Tharps discusses how twisted these sex fueled novels are, in which she states “I basically gathered that true love and good sex were synonymous. The only other options were rape and chastity.” (158). Tharps proceeds to describe her marriage with Javier and how the sex was pleasant, but never brought her to the ‘Big O’.
In the first two paragraphs of the excerpt Welty talks about Mrs. Calloway’s strict and somewhat unconventional library rules. She says she “was willing” to obey her rules which shows her commitment to keep reading, and then she goes on to directly state she “would do anything to read,” which just goes to proves her desire even further. In the fourth paragraph Welty talks about how she would read every book she seized. She writes “taste isn’t nearly so important…[she] wanted to read immediately.” She uses “taste” to refer to the different genres of literature and communicates that she doesn’t really care for the type of book, all she wants is to read, and this reveals her intense love for reading. Going a little further in the excerpt, Welty writes that her “only fear was that of books coming to an end.” Saying one’s only fear is when a book’s almost over shows a lot about that person.
Valerie must face complications with her family, old friends, and the girl whose life she saved. Can Valerie survive her senior year of High School and let go of the past? I think that the “Hate List” was an outstanding book. I thought the book had a fantastic plot which made the book have many great themes to learn from and also caused the book to get very intense at some moments. Also, the book had many interesting characters with all different stories and backgrounds to help enhance the story.
Even though the story line was quite predictable, you still have the need to continue to read to see who the king chooses as his bride. One of the themes in this story is to treat all things with equal kindness. A good lesson for a lot of children to learn. I did notice that this book does stereotype the female and male sex roles. It is always interesting to learn how different cultures see the gender roles.
It generally gives no sense of what the story is about and is just plain confusing. However, I thought I may as well give it a go, because I have absolutely loved all of the upcoming Entangled Teen books. Despite my reservations, The Foxglove Killings nailed it. Kelly was great at creating a tense and frightening atmosphere while also maintaining minimal consistency errors. From the start of the novel, she is building the action.
Hana and her brother was no longer allowed to go to the movies, sport field, gym, skating pond, school and also she lost her friends from school. Afterall, hana started to feel lonely, but her mother persuade her and her brother that they can play together since they have a big garden (25-30). In March 1941, Hana mother was arrested by the Gestapo, Hitler police officers, and after sis month, Hana father was taking away as well. After Hana’s parent was
His mother had been slapped in the face, and forced on the lorry with many other families in the Ghetto. The lorry was driven to a nearby brickyard where the Jewish population was forced to gather. Eugene and his family were forced be go in railway cattle trucks and shipped to Auschwitz, Birkenau. He was quickly separated from his mother and his sisters, and later his father. After being completely shaved and showered, he was given the ID number 55546, and given a striped uniform.