Also in the book you can see more character development. Even though the film was not exactly like the book the director did a great job, and this still is one of my favorite movies. Percy Jackson and the lightning thief was an incredible book and movie. Though the movie forgot a couple things it was still an amazing film. I would recommend both.
People think that it is slow in the beginning and exciting at the end, but Walk Two Moons has lots of detail, surprising plot twist, and relatable scenes. Walk Two Moons, is a really great book, and people would really enjoy it. Sharon Creech did an amazing job at writing this book, it is definitely a book worth
Although no movie based on a book is fully satisfactory, it is always amusing to watch the storyline in a different light. Jenn Doll, from The Atlantic, explains that “Because a criticism of how it should have been -- and almost always plays out better in our minds -- is in some ways part of the fun of seeing the movie made from a book we love” (Doll). It is an exciting experience to anticipate what we know already in our minds, to be projected into the real world. Overall, the book is a thrilling read, the movie is a thrilling visual, but nothing would ever beat the books complexity of feelings and
Also she makes the characters do things that I don't a imagine happening with the story but she makes them fit in anyway. I rate this book a 9.5/10 because the author used great character description and good description but I felt like there was something missing in the story but I don't know what it was or how to explain. I felt like the book had everything that a good book need and all the things that I like in the book. All in all the book was a great book, it had great description and I hope that you read it and think the same thoughts as I did. Read Vanished, by Sheela Chari today.
The characters are unique, well developed, and the tone is fairly steady, the twists unfold revealing new interesting facts about the characters, which kept me on the edge of my seat, wanting to know more about the characters backgrounds and what will happen next. If you like adventure fiction, then go for it. I’m giving the tale of Lord Zancrist 3 out of 4 stars, I liked the book and enjoyed reading it, but a couple of time I was distracted by the Suodain foreign phrases, even though the author explained some of them, I though it was unnecessary
Kerouac had a stimulating way of writing it which brought a lot more depth to the book which made it a lot more compelling to read. Without this style of writing that helped develop the characters so well, it’s questionable if this book would’ve ever turned out as compelling as it is. Readers also see the immense amount of effort put into the message of belonging through the eyes of our depressed protagonist, Ray. Aside from Ray, readers also see the development of his relationship with Japhy who influenced Ray’s perspective of live heavily throughout the novel. Without all of these elements, this narrative would be a shell of what is now is since it currently can be interpreted differently by many making it a very diverse and remarkable novel that would deserve nothing less than a 9/10 if it were to be
Resilience, it’s the ability to return to it’s original state even after being pulled, stretched, pressed, or bent. If you’re resilient it means you’re adaptable and tend to “bounce back” after certain horrific situations. In books like Macbeth and Lord of the Flies, they showcase the ideas of how they see resilience in their own perspectives. We might as well have even experienced something in our lives that should be classified as traumatic but because we’re strong, we handled the situation well and continue to live past it. The Lord of the Flies, in my opinion, is a pretty messed up book now that you think about it.
Differences matter. Both versions of The Great Gatsby are very similar, but also very different. The differences, though, play a much stronger role in how people understand and feel about the book. The similarities are similarities for a reason; they matter in the book, not with how people view the book. The differences, however, say a lot about how the directors and actors feel about F. Scott Fitzgerald’s book.
His inclusion of related sex offense laws, the judges sentencing statement, medical and psychiatric statements related his particular disorders made this book a cogently expansive read. While reading this book was not a pleasure it was a genuinely illuminating reading experience that I found deeply affecting and stayed with me well after completing the book. However, I did find that at times within his narrative there was a narcissistic bent that I did find somewhat off putting considering the nature of the book but ultimately understood as that seems to go along with the mental disorders that he suffers from. It is a shame that Mr. Pelloski's great work in the oncology field, including the many patients he helped are now largely discounted by his criminal actions and ensuing punishment. Unfortunately, the war against cancer is real and he was a warrior in his field albeit, a broken
This is a terrible book. I almost want to say it doesn 't have any redeeming qualities, but then I recall I was once in love with the idea of The Crown 's Game. It should’ve stayed as an idea. When I first heard the prose I instinctively thought this sounds brilliant. It could work for me.
The Princess Bride is an average book, meaning that there were interesting parts and some parts that were not engaging. I enjoyed how they included great detail when describing everyone’s live and what shaped them throughout time because it gives you an overview on what the character is like. Although I didn 't like how during the story when something interesting is happening, the author, William Goldman, would interrupt and spoil some parts, because as a reader, I like to find out what happens without having to stop in the middle of the story. Lastly, since I do not enjoy fantasy books, I did catch myself throughout the book zoning out because some parts were just not interesting and I didn’t like how the author would ramble on at some points.
Moreover, the description of California is satisfactory it helps create the surroundings of the so called promise land that was thought of. To sum up, overall in the end, I sort of enjoyed the book was not the best or the worst one I have ever read. Grapes of Wrath were a little perplexing with the ascents and some of the slang used in the book. Furthermore, the fact that the protagonists don’t win is another negative for the book, I know times were horrible, and there should have