The Lost Boy Analysis

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1. What kind of book is this? List three evidence of this. - I believe my book is entertainment. This man is telling the world how is life was when he was younger. Not all entertainment books are comedies. 2. How did the main character feel during this book? Give evidence of this. - David always felt like he wasn’t good enough for his biological mother. He felt like it was his fault that his mother abused him. He states “For as long as I could remember I’ve always been in trouble and have deserved to be punish” 3. Compare and contrast this book with the last book you read. - The lost boy and Gossip girl are two whole different books. The lost boy is more of an emotional book, it sticks with one main character through the whole book…show more content…
The climate of any story or book is the interesting or exciting part. Tell what you think the climax is of the book and why. - In the book The lost boy I believe the climax is when David decided to go live with foster parents. I believe it was that part because his mom thought that David wouldn’t tell anybody about what she did to him. David told Ms. Gold that he didn’t want to tell on his mom, so basically two different things could have happened during this moment and I was so proud of David when he decided to leave his mother’s house. 7. What did you think was the most interesting part of the book? Why? - I think the most interesting part of the book was when David got accused for burning the school. I thought it was interesting because it wasn’t David, if anything he was the one that help it from spreading. 8. What was your initial reaction to the book? Did it hook you immediately, or take some time get into? Why? - I fell in love within the first few pages of the book, it was brought back home because my niece and nephew are foster kids and my sister is a foster parent so It really hit home. 9. What was your favorite quote/passage?…show more content…
At first I couldn’t stand her, I was so angry the way she treated David. Then after the went to court and she showed him some love after court I felt sort of bad for her then whenever I found out it was just an act I went back to despising her. - My feelings towards Stephen, David’s father, we all over the place also. At first he was angry with Roerva because they way she treated David so I liked him but as David got older and never checked on him I started to dislike him. He acted like he cared about David but then just abandoned him. 11. How did you feel about the ending? What did you like, what did you not like, and what do you wish had been different? - The ending was great, I felt like I was his guardian because I felt like I went through everything with him. I was so proud of him. I loved how he went to the service and actually enjoyed what he was doing. I wish he hadn’t talk to his mom on the phone, I know that’s always going to be his mom but his whole life all she tried to do was tear him down, she never loved him the way a mother should love her son. Instead of talking to his mother on the phone he should’ve called Lilian. She was the first real mother he’s ever
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