This book was definitely interesting to read and it wasn’t a bad book, but the characters were all over the place and it was really confusing trying to figure out who is who in the story because Annie had a big family and a lot of friends. I also thought that the author L.M. Elliott did a nice job blending the historical fact of the Civil war in with the book. I think that a lot of the book was accurate. It was just a little confusing with the characters, but it was a good
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.
In my opinion I thought that this book was a very good book. In this chapter I will describe the setting, theme, plot and conflict etc. This book had a few different settings like
Tyrell, written by Coe Booth, is a story about a fifteen year old young man attempting to make use of his life in Bronxwood, a town in New York City. Bronxwood is notorious for its drug abuse and criminal charges, so Ty, as referred to in the book, has troubles trying to look out for his family and friends. This book is quite the unique and one of the more straight-forward books out there. It consists of a lot of sex, profanity, fights, drug abuse, and alcohol abuse. I know most of these parts make for a unique plot, but they really catch you off guard and proceed to keep you engaged.
For the most part, the novel was very enjoyable. One aspect of it that I loved was that the storyline was extremely intense, which always compelled me to find out what would happen next. For example,
I would definitely recommend this book to someone. It is a little slow but it has a good story line and it gets more interesting the more you read it and the deeper you get.
I, personally, loved the author's writing, although I did not really understand why she structured the book like so. With each chapter changing different perspectives and stories, it was kind of hard to remember which chapter went with another considering the chapters where out of order. With each story, I was a little annoyed that they just suddenly ended at the end of the chapter. It made me want to read more and more trying to find the next chapter that went with that person's story. It was also kind of difficult to connect the stories. Other than that, she did a marvelous job grabbing my attention. I loved the analogies that she included in the stories. For example, on page 216- 217, one of the mothers told her daughter about a turtle that eats her tears and then creates birds that laugh
Overall I think the events in the novel are very interesting. I believe it is an interesting novel because of her family and their actions. Through my reading I have not found the book to be boring one
This book was certainly one of the more difficult books I have ever read in any scenario ever. To expand upon, it was mostly due to the fact that I, at the time, was completely unfamiliar with the subject of politics. Thus leading into my first point, I did enjoy this book because I was able to learn new aspects of our world. Even more so, I was able to apply them to the real world in this upcoming presidential election. Of course with the good comes the bad, I was simply overwhelmed with information that the book did come off as confusing at many parts. Not to mention the excessive amounts of examples in history that each theme has occurred, did anger me a little bit.
I liked the book because i thought their was a lot of detail added into the story also i think that it was kind of neet that their was good characters