Michael Vey: The Hunt For Jade Dragon, is written by Richard Paul Evans. Michael is a hard working kid who will never give up whatever the situation may be. He acts like a leader and everybody depends on him. In situations are tough he’ll know what to do and eventually it will all work out. Maybe not the first time, many times they need to escape but he ends up having a plan to escape. He thinks sometimes that he won’t get out of it alive.
I loved this book so much. There is so much action and is so much better and exciting with so much amazing detail and description. This is one of my favorite books ever. When you read it, you don’t want to put it down and it makes you feel like you are with the characters in the book and you know them so well. I recommend this book to anyone who can read at this level.
There are many complications that must be overcome during this book but main complication is that Ping and Danzi need to get away from Huangling and go to the Ocean. From there they meet lots of complications along the way. A sequence of events in a narrative always starts with an orientation. In Dragon Keeper, the story starts with an orientation, which, like most narratives, contains the answers to the questions: who, what, when, where and why. It introduces the main characters for the story. Then it goes into some critical events which lead into the complication. The critical events before the complication are: the part where the dragon
I read this book and finished it in 3 weeks, short and fast for someone like me who doesn’t like to read. But I found this book very interesting; I usually read mystery books with crimes and investigation because I like searching into the unknown. I found this book very interesting because it was a crime and investigation novel, not only that. It opened up more Chinese knowledge for me. I learnt a bit more about Chinese traditions and their beliefs and through this book I could say that it was funny and suspending at the same time. I loved the plot as well; especially the part where in the end we find out that the survivor who got shot in the chest was actually the whole mastermind behind the crime was not foreseeable. It came totally out of the blue for me, it wasn’t one of those read the beginning of the book and then you could guess the rest of the story type, it kept me guessing the whole way through the story. So I really enjoyed this book. But the worst part about it was the ending, where the United States government allowed this to happen secretly in its waters so that it could have a better relationship with China is just absurd, they need a better
Michael Vey was going to liberate the island of Hades, in the Hatch Islands, formerly known as Tuvalu. Doctor C. James Hatch had taken over the island and turned it into a prison camp. Michael, being the good person he is, Decided that he would “release the native prisoners,” (Evans 248). To do this, he had to realise that sometimes there are things worth dying for, whether you want to or not, as in this case, “You promised you would never leave me[...]. If it was my choice I wouldn’t” (Evans 306). Michael was able to complete his missions but not without sacrifice.”I was pure energy,”(Evans 319). He did everything he did in order to help improve the quality of life.
Wouldn't it be crazy if you had a group of friends that had special powers and used them to fight bad people? Well in Michael Vey: Hunt For Jade Dragon by Richard Paul Evans, This is not crazy, it's normal for Michael and his friends. Michael is on a mission to get Jade Dragon, which is a little girl, out of the starxource plant. But the reason they have to get her out is because she knows how to make more elgen. But the thing is, Hatch wants to use the elgen, which are glows, for bad. Hatch wants to take over the world with the elgen. But just when they think they did it, their mission goes south and they are informed that the ranch, The place where they're parents are and where they used to live, was attacked by the elgen. Michael and his friends must go back and see the damage that has been done and get revenge.
I would recommend this book to an audience of people who like science fiction or people who like adventure or suspense. I recommend this book for those audiences because there is a lot of adventure and traveling. For example, they start in Peru and then go to Texas then japan. There are also kids with electric powers, which is more science fiction. For instance, Michael can absorb and get more power from electricity. This book is very suspenseful so if you like suspense you will like this book, like when they try to stop the trucks, but they don’t think it works at first but then it
The book is a good book because it makes you ask questions while you're reading it but what's happening and to get a better understanding on what's happening in the story. Like in my book the characters wonder if their dad is going to come home from the war and if he's alive or dead. This makes you question if he is really dead or alive
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is about a well-known swordsman and martial artist named Master Li Mu Bai. Mu Bai believes it is time for him to give up his ways of the warrior and give his sword, the Green Destiny, to his friend Sir Te. The Green Destiny is known for its grace and superiority in a fight. Mu Bai asks his friend Yu Shu Lien to take the sword to his friend and explains to her that the sword holds too many memories and he wants to retire in peace. When Shu Lien arrives at Sir Te’s estate she presents his with the gift and he accepts it and puts it into a decorative case.
Ching also made the life-altering decision to travel to America to escape the oppressive society of China. So does Winnie. Much of Winnie's story is revealed to her daughter only at the end of the novel through the intervention of Auntie Helen, but brings the mother and daughter to a higher level of understanding of each other and their respective customs. One can only imagine a similar exchange between Tan and her own mother, an experience obviously worthy of publication.
Without taking risks, Ping wouldn’t have learnt that she was a Dragonkeeper who comes from two families. She was just a girl who was sold by her parents to a cruel emperor who
For the bulk of the mid- to late-20th Century, Eileen Chang’s name and literary prowess fell into obscurity as a result of events related to the Cultural Revolution and her own reclusion. In C.T. Hsia’s A History of Modern Chinese Fiction, he praised Chang for her use of "rich imagery" and "profound exploration of human nature.” In his book, he also claimed Chang to be “the best and most important writer” of mid-twentieth century China. Hsia’s remarks and Ang Lee’s film adaptation of her novella, Lust, Caution, have helped to bring Chang’s name back onto the literary scene.