Go on an Adventure by Reading

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Just by reading can take someone to many exciting adventures. For instance, an adventure that one can go through is “[swimming] in the seas with the little mermaid,” (“Reading Takes You 1”). Having adventures are important, because the author is being able to use descriptive details that allows the reader to be able feel and make them like they’re with the character. Another adventure that someone could go through is to “attend fancy balls with Cinderrella,” (1). When an author is showing these little details, it makes the story powerful, different, and unique. While reading Fault in our stars, I felt like I was with Hazel Grace, throwing the eggs at my blind friend’s ex-girlfriend car and having a blast. The author had vividly described the background, character, and how they were doing it, that the details were so descriptive and powerful to actually have me there with them in the book. There are extraordinarily good reasons on why we should read historical fiction, it’s not hard to answer. History “can increase our wisdom and insight,” (Ryan and Stromberg 1) giving people something to read and also something to learn from. The reason why historical fiction is good to read is considering we’re actually reading something, that’s not only going to give us more knowledge, but something we can maybe use later in life. We don’t just only get knowledge from it, but also being able to “step into other’s shoes,” (2) which means to be one of the character in the story. When

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