Step 3: The part I loved the best was everything. I enjoyed the entire book combined with the characters, scenes, and actions; it just kept me posted and absolutely engrossed.
As I read more and more the more I get confused. It is just the way the author writes, that throws me off track. I did realize that there was little stories throughout the passages that I found interesting, but it just skips around so much. There are many different ways people can write. It all depends on what you like to read. I think that if I started to read these kinds of things on a daily basis I would start to learn how to read them better.
I skipped ahead in you book in class all the time i couldn't help but continue on with reading some parts were funny and some were sad to me the book revolved around rob and his feelings my best hope while reading was that rob would open up and finally be able to talk to his dad after finishing
After reading this chapter, what questions were you left with? That is, did you find any of the discussion difficult or confusing?
And I saw my sister reading the series and she really liked it so I decided to read it. If you would like to find out the rest go read the book yourself because i'm not telling you the rest.
Who adores Jenna Fox.?Of course her parents but she doesn't know why her grandma seems to not. Honestly when reading the first chapter will have you confused .You would want to put it down because it seems boring but each chapter slowly reveals more information and will have you reading the chapters every chance you get. Every chapter you think that you have solved the mystery,but it lintels more and more information. The author writes this scientific novel in 1st person and honestly if it was in any other format it wouldn't have made sense and would have been confusing for the
I wasn’t sure if it would stand alone or if I would get lost while reading the book. There were a few characters mentioned that confused me. For example, Mr. Johnson appears to have something to do with Sophie, but it doesn’t appear as if he’s her father nor does she seem to live with him. There are also a few references to things we know nothing about. On page 63 “creeps the dark man used to bring around to Mama’s” is referenced, but that has not been mentioned in this book nor is it expounded upon. So while there are a few pieces missing, overall the book is still readable without having read its
Simba is born and is acquainted with the Pride Lands. Mufasa his father, is the ruler of the land and anticipates that Simba will carry on like the prince that he is so that one day he can be the lord of the Pride Lands.
Another prereading strategy is to read the beginning and the end of the story before you read it all the way through. Let’s look at the opening passage.
I’m on page 6 currently because I just started a new book it’s number 12. It’s great so far and I really like the series. I recommend it for people who
I start reading the book and right away it is intimidating from the very first paragraph. I am faced with language and sentence structure I do not understand, what is a bedfellow and why does he carry a purse? Is he gay? Immediately I am second guessing my decision but I am determined to get through this book. It takes me the better part of a week to get through the first chapter. I
excellent read. Although I would strongly advise reading the series in order, it is not necessary to do so
I have read 100% of the book in the past and 75% this time (some skimming).
Equivocal can be defined as, “of doubtful nature or character and of uncertain significance; not determined” (Https://dictionary.references.com...). I, Jacob Brickner, question everything. I wonder what people are thinking about all the time, and I question what the future will look like. At times I find myself casually wondering into trains of thought, those of which carry me from our reality. In the least, you could say I find the world equivocal, questioning everything, literally everything. Philosophy and psychology call to me with such ambition, it makes me question why? Perhaps it’s the people close to me, or even those who aren’t so close. Either way, the need to help others and find answers is the closest thing to an answer. According
Initially when I started reading the first few lines of the book, I found that I'll Tell You