An essay titled “Book War” by Wang Ping tackles about the time where reading is banned, and how dangerous it is to posses any types of books. It didn’t exactly tackles the benefits of reading, but it did portray the essence of finishing a book and the
James Dashner didn’t use a ton of cliffhangers, but there were some every few chapters, which in my opinion, it is favorable because I don’t like the story to be full of cliffhangers every chapter, but neither do I want it to have no cliffhangers.
To start off, some of the chapters were not as interesting to me. When you read an interesting book it tends to move faster, but “Touching Spirit Bear” it moved very slow in my opinion. Another reason that ties onto the first,is when a book moves slower it’s harder to follow along or keep track of what has happened. My last reason is when the chapters ended the left you on the end of your seat and you really wanted to read on.
More clues are revealed to everyone over the book for example, Dr Lanyon’s letter tells people some shocking facts about Dr Jekyll and that is when people start to suspect things. At the end of the book, Dr Jekyll retells the whole story in a narrative style which explains everything about Jekyll and Hyde and that Jekyll would kill himself after he wrote the letter. That is when the book ends. This shows how suspense is built up.
“The boy went back to the corner where he had been studying and pulled out a thick book carefully covered in brown paper.” (pg 233)
A book is like a puzzle, it contains many different pieces to make it into a whole. Thomas Foster, in his book “How to Read Literature Like a Professor, discusses the many aspects to decoding a book. There are many aspects included in the book, including the importance of weather and Foster incorporated lots of content in his book, but the two that stand out are irony and symbolism.
The book is able to have a very profound way of keeping the reader entertained by having many exciting chapters like when Harry Potter battled Professor Quirrell, and the movie tries to keep the story exciting by deleting some chapters that the producer considered “not so important” to the storyline. On the other hand, the movie is shortened in a way of learning all the basics of the story and in an exciting visual way. The fact is that all of the chapters and all of the parts of the chapters were important to the storyline because without that extra information the reader is left without a feeling of complete knowledge of the plot. An example of a chapter being completely left out is the chapter called “The Midnight Duel” which has
the first place. The author chose this ending so he could get his point across better. And there
The author decided to write the book this way because he wanted to foreshadow you in ways. The way he did this was to make the chapters blend with each other or to mix and make good chapters and a good book. Also the reason why he makes it all blend is because when you write or make a story or book, it doesn't just jump to one event to the next. But the author does the exact opposite.
The irony of each story came to light at the close of the writings. The ending turned out to be something totally different than what it would initially have thought to be, because of how the narratives
Sitting in english class, you are handed this book called Zeitoun. Weeks go by, and you just finished the book; but then your teacher has some news about the book. News that would alter the way you feel about the book. Zeitoun, by Dave Eggers, is a book about this family who gives you their opinion and the inside story on what it was like for their family when Hurricane Katrina hit New
which he can better his own writing. This makes the reader go away with a good
Without giving away the ending, it is hard to explain what a tremendous job was done in the conclusion of the story. Simply put, the last fifty pages have to be read in one sitting—it is impossible