1. Characters- Some of the main characters that appear in this book are Massie, Chirag, Serena, Adam, and Maureen. In most of the book Massie and Chirag date, but after Massie’s accident things aren’t the same. 2. Background- One morning Massie goes out for her usual run. She was not aware that there was going to be a storm that day, so when it started to rain she didn’t think much of it. As she kept running it started lightning. Massie gets severely injured and is in the burn unit in a coma for about 3 months. 3. Motivation- One of Massie’s motivations is to go back to being her regular self. After a while she realizes that she will never be the same, and ends up accepting herself for who she is. 4. Setting- This book starts off in Massie’s neighborhood then very soon proceeds into the burn unit at the hospital. After Massie is allowed to leave the hospital most of the book sets place in her neighborhood and school. …show more content…
Conflict- The main conflict within this book is between Massie and her feelings. By that I mean that throughout the book Massie has to learn how to accept the fact that she had to get a face transplant, and that things won’t be the same. 6. Plot- Massie heads out for a run while it is lightning and gets severely burned. Massie has the option to get a face transplant because parts of her face are literally burned off. Massie starts to realize that things with her and Chirag will never be the same, and decides to break up with him. Adam helps Massie learn how to accept what she is now and not what she was before. Massie goes to her last prom, slow dances with Chirag, and kisses him causing his friend “date” to get mad. 7. Resolution- Massie starts to go to a group and meets this guy named Adam who had to get something (a skin graph on most of his face) similar to what Massie had to get (face transplant). After meeting and becoming friends with him she becomes less self conscious about her accident, and learns how to accept herself for how she is
In addition, Leah starts to slowly fall in love with Anatole and no longer view her dad’s view as a model for her own. Meanwhile, Rachel is pretend to be engaged with Axelroot to avoid a proposal with the chief Ndu. Ruth May gets better, but is very weak and pale. Leah wants to participate in the village hunt and this upsets
One day, she got hungry and decided to make herself a hot dog. Her mother was in another room, completely oblivious to what was happening in the kitchen, so when things went south for Jeannette, Rose Mary was not quick to jump to the rescue. Even after Rose Mary saw that her daughter was on fire, she moved slowly as if nothing was wrong. Rose Mary took her time while walking to the neighbor’s house to ask to borrow their car. Jeannette recalls that the neighbor was more panicked about the situation than Rose Mary.
“I needed to hate someone and you’re the one I love the most, so it fell on you.” In the beginning, it was a car accident that killed Mia’s entire family, then deciding between Juilliard or Adam. Characterization is developed in this book through Mia. Through all of the tragic and exciting events that happen in her life we learn about Mia through her personality and the hard decisions she makes. After the death of her entire family, Mia needed someone to blame so that blame fell on the only person she had left, Adam.
Ender the main character it's supposed to be the hero of the story who takes out the buggers and prevents all future Wars which he does take out the buggers but since then he feels bad for taking out an entire species and find us a bugger Queen and makes a promise to find a new planet for the buggers to inhabit and then there is Valentine Ender's sister when Ender left for battle school she was heartbroken but why lender was in battle School she started doing her own thing on the internet with her other brother And was talking to people on websites about the war that could happen on
Chapter 2 1. What do you find is the most crucial in the plot in Chapter
I have chosen Crank , as my short story. This story is written by Ellen Hopkins , It is very interesting and yet inspirational to a lot of people. Many people can relate to this type of book because they have been "flirtin' with the monster." As stated in chapter 1 of “Crank” , This book is different than others , it is wrote in poem form. With short paragraphs and words all over the page.
Vet Volunteers, Storm Rescue by Laurie Halse Anderson is a book about courage and love. Sunita Patel has to save a cat during a flood. She has many obstacles that she has to face. Her friends helped her with what they could, but she had to face the main challenge. She had to show courage and bravery to save an animal she loved.
Monster Monster by Walter Dean Myers was published in 1999. This occurs in Manhattan and Harlem, New York City. The story is told in third-person and first-person point of view as told by Sandra Petrocelli, Steven Harmon, Jose Delgado Osvaldo Cruz, James King, Kathy O’Brien, Sal Zinzi, Asa Briggs, Richard Evans, and The Judge. There are six important characters. They are Steven Harmon, who is a sixteen-year-old young man who has been arrested for being a look-out in a robbery that turns out to be a murder.
The significance he places with her position in his life is partially his fault, because that’s all he allowed her to be. He prepared himself for the loss and in a sense killed her off. By sending her away and not visiting her he left her without any connection to her old life and who she really was. Conclusion Restate main topics (main body paragraph
Basic Situation: Milo is spiritless and finds everything else unengaging, that is until the tollbooth was sent to him and he later finds himself in the Lands Beyond. He then tries to find a way to get back home and faces through many conflicts in the novel The Phantom Tollbooth. Characters: Milo, Tock, The Humbug, King Azaz, The Mathemagician, Princess Rhyme, and Princess Reason are the main characters of the novel.
I make a fire’... I set out on my search.” As you can tell, she is taking charge and trying to make the best out of the situation. She had to leave the city and her sick mother. Her grandfather and her were booted off the carriage that would take them to
The first being “Best part of the story, including ending”. In this short explanation she expresses how much she loves the way each chapter is connected to one another not just by the painting, but through a common theme and design or pattern, like the way Vreeland illustrates the appreciation of the artist's skill, identifying the people with the painting, and how they need beauty to enhance their lives. The second topic is “Best scene in story”. Deptula explains her favorite is “Morningshine” because she believes Vreeland did a very great job of communicating why the miniature of the young women meant so much to her. Finally, her last
Some classmates felt that his last shred of hope to keep him alive was his hatred for the party while others agreed that his love for Julia would help him from conforming back to the ideals of the party. When discussing what another classmates have found in class it has helped me to understand other points I might have overlooked in the novels we have read. I have improved from these activities by writing down other points and