The book really made me think of all the stuff that I take for granted, and how I should be more appreciative and how there are people with less than me who are just as happy if not happier. If you’re not a fan of books that are sad but shocking and at times harsh because you think they’re boring or they don’t fulfill you’re interests, then I would still recommend you try reading the book because it’s very intriguing but I can’t guarantee you’ll love it, and if you do enjoy books like that then I say it’s a must read! Such a great true
I feel this book was made for those who are having a hard time in their lives. This book may show them that the hard times don't always last. it may also show them that they are not the only ones in a certian type pain. Rather that pain being physically abused, the feeling of being at deaths door, or just simply letting people down. If it hurts than it hurts but, "if you can take it, you can make it.
A substantial part of my childhood involved frequent visits to the public library. I remember how my mom and I would visit a serene and quiet library every Monday night at around 8:00 p.m. after we ate dinner. As a kid, I was free to roam in the library and wander through the towering bookshelves. After about an hour, I would conclude my visit by using my chin to support the tall stack of books in my arms. I am thankful for those experiences, since those books have contributed to a jovial childhood, and helped shape my perspective for life.
Author’s Crafts The way an author crafts a story strongly impacts the mood of the story. Within the novel, Drums, Girls and Dangerous Pie, the main character - Steven - is a funny, sarcastic 13-year-old, When Jeffrey, his younger brother is diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (A.L.L), his life takes a turn for the worst. However, instead of making the novel gloomy and depressing, Jordan Sonnenblick (the author) incorporated jokes and sarcastic comments into the tale.
Reading this book has made me think twice about a lot of my ways of thinking. It has made me reevaluate many of my thought processes about people and life. It has shown me great ways of staying positive and projecting that positiveness on to others. If more people could take in these outstanding lessons I believe the world would be over flowing with loving relationships full of happiness.
People love this book for a plethora of reasons, but the main reason I come to find is the wisdom laced into every theme, and quotes that will send you deep
You can feel the strong messages that Lois Lowry wanted to tell us of helping each other out and keeping your will and goal straight in your mind. It is a distinctive and exhilarating story with a unique setting and characters where you can still find connections and your own interpretations. Despite the stagnancy and predictability in some parts, the story itself is fairly enjoyable considering the interesting plot and the connection between the author’s life. The many themes; adventure, love, bravery, compassion and many more fascinate readers and is a highly recommendable book especially for those who have read the previous books in the
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It was a normal day. I woke up at 6:07AM for the first day at school. I ate,got dressed,and went to the restroom. I had my backpack and bags full of other supplies I couldn’t fit in my backpack. I got in the car and was watching a video while I was in the car.
Well have you ever been in a car that just stopped on the side of the road, well if you haven’t read this story. It all started one night six years ago just after we had just finished cleaning school my mom, grandma, and cousin all went to M.C. Donalds to get dinner for all of us. My grandpa and I went in the other car and headed home. All of the sudden just as we were about ten minutes away from home are car little by little started to slowly slow down and drift on to the side of the road. My grandpa had put his head back against the headrest and wasn't doing anything so I started to panick and a get little creeped out.
Books taking place during, arguably, the most turbulent time in someone’s life seem to be easy writing fodder. There is so much that can be wrote about in a million different ways. Complex issues can be handled in ways many young people can easily understand. Morals or themes can be deep but not overly heavy. Controversial ideas can be explored in fun ways but still hold a strong meaning that is not sugarcoated.
Would I recommend this book to anyone? I would recommend this book to many people, especially those looking for a coming of age book that teaches you to look beyond your perspective of life and the world, and if you like drama. The author has a lot of legitimacy and credibility as being the author of other best sellers like “the Sun is Also A Star”. Sources like Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Penguin Random House, and more have deemed her an intelligent woman, amazing author, and more. Everything, Everything taught me to ask more, risk more, and love more.
This book teaches me that life is too short and we should surround ourselves with people we care about and love deeply. Death is so imminent and final, so one should try to spend their life to the best of their ability. Green’s book affects me emotionally as well because I really felt Hazel and Gus’s compassion towards each other and their difficulty of trying to come to terms with their terminal cancers. It seems as if I was with them the entire them and I felt every happy or heartbreaking moment