Jayel hunts the werewolves who killed her parents and turned her brother until Solomon, sadistic alpha of another pack, captures her. Against her brother’s wishes, she’s held captive in the middle of a tense werewolf alliance. Some want her dead. Others want her turned. Even worse, Jerrod and David, two wolves on opposing sides, make noise about claiming her—and each other.
And Then There Were None Synopsis In " And Then There Were None", the story starts with a mysterious person titled "E. N. Owen" inviting 8 different men and women from the United Kingdom to Soldier Island. The only known thing about Soldier Island, is that some millionaire had purchased it for his own entertainment. The 8 people consisted of Vera Claythorne, Philip Lombard, William Blore, Dr. Armstrong, Emily Brent, General Macathur, Tony Marson, and Judge Wargrave.
Nobody can argue that the attack on Joe’s mother marked him for life, it branded him for eternity! This built in him an incontrollable rage! He needed to quench the burning desire inside him. He needed to satisfy his thirst for vengeance!
Friendship “When you're up in life, you get to know who your friends are. When you're down in life, you get to know who your friends are.” -Anonymous This quote fits perfectly with the novel. First of all, in the novel Freak the MIghty, Max and Kevin demonstrate a strong friendship.
Clive Barker’s The Thief of Always is about a young boy who takes for granted the time hes is given. He is whisked away to a place that is built upon time, and learns to not waste time, and love what he has by defeating the House itself. The role of Mrs. Griffin’s three cats are overlooked on the first reading of The Thief of Always, as they look just like three normal pets, but they have much more inside them than most cats. This is an important topic because the role of the three cats, Clue-Cat, Blue-Cat, and Stew-Cat, are amazing minor characters that are essential to the success of Harvey, Lulu, and Wendell.
Compare the journeys of discovery in The Running Man and The Chrysalids. The Running Man written by Michael Gerard Bauer and The Chrysalids written by John Wyndham both have strong meanings to them and both are very similar to each other in many ways, for an example their fears their both afraid of something but overcome it. They also discover many things throughout the whole book, like when David discovered he had powers or when Joseph discovered his neighbor is actually not a bad man. One thing that David discovers is he had telepathic powers.
Chapter 1 Summary: In the first chapter, we meet Colin Singleton, and we learn how bad his life is right now. When we first meet Colin he is in a tub taking a bath because his number one policy in life is to never do anything standing up that could easily be done sitting down. While Colin is in the tub we learn that he is a child prodigy, and he wants to have a Eureka moment like Archimedes had when he discovered volume could be measured by water displacement. Also, we learn that his 19th girlfriend whose name is Katherine, and all the girls’ names before that was Katherine dumps Colin.
The story of Four Souls is all about revenge. The main character, Fleur Pillager, is a member of the Anishinaabe- the Ojibwe. The exposition focuses on the beginning of Fleurs journey to take back the land that was stolen from her. Fleur had to leave her reservation in order to regain her land, and seek revenge on John Mauser, the man who had stolen it. She walks all the way from her reservation to Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Minnesota.
The Murder of Wendy Cardwell The story starts off with a man named Carter, Carter was a U.S. attorney. He was working a huge case about a Georgia governor when the top of his head began to pound from the countless nights of no sleep, and the endless stress over the case. He decided he would head in and go home to catch a least an hour of sleep. On his way to the house he passed by J and J’s bar and thought he would stop to try and relieve all the stress.
At first, Paul Stoller didn’t believe in sorcery or magic, but he undergoes a transformation from a non-believer to believer. This paper attempts to explain Paul’s transformation through the use of Tanya Luhrmann’s theories of magic. Luhrmann’s theories of the changing intellectual process, coping with dissonance, and a slow interpretive shift explains how Paul Stoller’s comes to believe in sorcery. Paul Stroller is an anthropologist who becomes an apprentice to Songhay sorcerers. His study extends over five field stays, in which he learns incantations, ingests specific foods of initiation, and participates indirectly with sorcery (Stoller, Olkes, 1987, p.ix).