Gordon Smith wrote the book, Lockdown : Escape From Furnace. I really enjoyed reading this book for a few reasons. One reason that I really enjoyed about this book was how well Gordon Smith explained certain aspects of his writing with great emotion and detail. Another thing I liked about this book was that he never ended a chapter without having me thinking what was going to happen next. He continually kept me engaged and interested throughout the whole book.
Hinton’s most famous quotes in her books is: “Stay gold, Ponyboy, stay gold.” ― S.E. Hinton, The Outsiders. One of S.E Hinton’s most popular books, The Outsiders, received a 5-star rating/review on goodreads.com, that read, I loved The Outsiders when I read it as a teen and again when I read it just a few months ago. S. E. Hinton created a believable and engaging cast of characters who struggle with conflict in and out of their gang and learn the meaning of friendship and family. A very moving and enjoyable story!
As you read the book you learn to love the characters and I just with that what happened wouldn 't because I loved who they were and it all changed. Aveyard has a style that I haven 't really seen before that it has a simplicity of the writhing but it still challenges
Purpose: Adolescence is a facet of all lives, though many want to forget about it. However, Dillard has the will to express hers in “So This Was Adolescence,” portraying how her impulsiveness and strong emotions led to volatility and controlled her actions. Throughout her adolescence, Dillard repeatedly did certain actions as she whipped her bed daily, laughed often, reread certain books, played “Poet and Peasant Overture” repeatedly, tried to faint often, etc. (143-144). When she was whipping her bed, she described herself “like a creature demented” to show how she felt that she wasn’t in control of herself because her attempts at controlling her emotions led her to actually whipping her bed, though she later described it as futile
“My mother had a great deal of trouble with me, but I think she enjoyed it.” Mark Twain said this, which made me laugh and smile because I know my mom has had some troubles with me, but she always fights for me and does everything she can to teach me all the right things. She is the most important person to me in my
This challenge was difficult, because Joan had spent a lot of time working, and putting indefatigable effort into her writing. The teacher kept explaining to them what she would’ve of done. Joan’s mom explaining what everybody should wear. The company trying to take the piece of writing, and honor it. All these actions made Joan feel like she didn’t even own it anymore, which cause her to show what the wild girls actually look like.
Despite the minor setback, I could not contain my excitement and muffled my squeals with a pillow. When I had reached the heart wrenching moment, I could not help but cry for Avery’s loss. Closing in on the last few chapters, I could feel fresh tears streaming down my face. Avery Roe suffered the loss of her first love, the rejection and death of her grandmother, and finally realized why her mother had locked her away in their grand mansion. For her mother, instead of getting heartbroken, she felt failure every time she made spells, and it was her own daughter that broke her heart.
In reality the girls who have been affected by Hitch due to his relationship advice, actually did fall in love and they may not have ever met their soul mate without Hitch. Even though there was conflict and it seemed as though the relationship would fall apart, you did a good job of continuing the script to create that happily ever
These two novels have taught me about what literature and stories should be like and also they taught me valuable lessons about life that I hope to never forget. The Count of Monte Cristo is one of my favorite books that I have read. It was amazing how there was not a single loose end left in the
Their families were muddled in conflict, but the moment they meet, they fall in love and quickly decide that they want to be married. While reading this play, a reader may begin to see that these star-crossed lovers have their own problems. Juliet has a very formal relationship with her mother, like many royal families in this time, they are more like acquaintances than mother and daughter. In A Streetcar Named Desire, Stanley and Stella have a seemingly perfect relationship. They seem to love each other, they understand each other, and they support each other, but when Blanche comes, they seem to develop internal conflicts.