The writers ' fundamental objective is to delight and engage the audience, as well as to take the reader on an adventure brimming with intense plot twists. The creator accomplishes her objective. For me the book is composed clearly because of its simple yet y descriptive
This book was absolutely phenomenal. The quirky characters and the close relationships they had with each other pull in the reader. It uses suspense to keep the reader constantly guessing what will happen next. In this book Chris Crutcher confronts many mature themes such as mental illness, racism, suicide, and death, while still being able to keep the book light hearted in many places.
Also this book was easy to understand and did not take too long to read. At the end of the novel Gene explains that Finny was different because of his lack of fear. I liked this ending because it is interesting to read about a teenager that has no fear. For the text to text, text to self and text to world connections are all kind of similar in this book.
This book was interesting for me because it allowed me to relate to a character. I love reading novels that not only allow me to feel a connection with a character, but allow me to relate to their personality or
While his opinion is abundantly clear, he intelligently and craftily builds exceedingly relatable analogies for the reader. He tees the unsuspecting reader off with a light
Partly because of how she flawlessly set up the plot of the novel with multiple different viewpoints. The multiple first person viewpoints make this novel excellent, because it never becomes boring, gives the reader more information, and helps with the development of the characters. Her plot was perfect, and she used plenty of similes and metaphors, along with her cliffhangers, making the perfect
The story and the characters really stood out to me. They really expressed themselves and the setting in the story was very cool to learn about. I enjoyed the pictures in the book because they guide the reader into the setting and the time period in the book. I recommend this book to people who are interested in learning about World War II and people who are interested in biographies and survival stories. One of my favorite quotes from the book was “A lifetime of glory is worth a moment of pain.”
He wrote it with the aim of being a social experiment, a study of a man’s mind. While reading it we experience the mystery of the location this book is based on and how the characters react to different events. The book is addressed to a younger audience but that does mean other people can understand it. The premise seems realistic and it can trick the reader into thinking it is not a fantasy novel until the point the Grievers appear into the plot. It might not be a surprise why the book was a major success all around the world.
He eloquently depicts how hectic and emotional misery lane was. Revealing how relatives were forced to identify the charred bodies of their loved ones. How they were forced to inspect all the bodies just to find the smallest strand of evidence to identify their loved ones. This draws you into the book and keeps you hooked
In the novel the Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini he illustrates the sacrifice one gives for love. Over the course of the novel Amir, Hassan, and Baba all face dramatic events that shape them to the person they are. Each one of them sacrifice a piece of their own happiness for the one they love. Hassan is loyal to Amir even though in their childhood Amir was not a good friend. Baba sacrifices his life in Afghanistan for Amir to have an education in America. Amir risked his life for Sohrab, Hassan’s son, to repay the wrong he commits toward Hassan. The recurring theme of sacrifice for the ones you love is presented all throughout the novel through Hassan, Baba, and Amir.
Not only that but he succeed in filling this book with the energies of what it felt like to be in these stories. He uses intelligent and witty writing to keep the reader interested throughout the entirety of the book. In The Duel, the reader got to see where both sides were coming from that ultimately led to Hamilton’s death. In The Silence, he gives you a chance to really understand how congress failed to bring any kind of reconciliation about the subject of slavery and even making it to where nothing could be done about it until Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation. All in all, I feel the author achieved a great success in the writing of this book.
Manya Kapur Ms. Kanika Dang English Thesis Paper 9th November 2015 You Before Me The act of sacrifice can significantly be highlighted in the Islamic religion, where one must resign from the materialistic realm to re-establish the divine connection with Allah. Khaled Hosseini has masterfully crafted The Kite Runner and made numerous references to slaughter of the lamb as a portrayal of one’s love towards God.