Essay on You Have Seven Messages by Stewart Lewis

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Characters: Luna is the main character. She is smart, thoughtful, and a little shy. She is also very curious. Luna has an opinion about everybody, and she likes intellectual and creative people. She likes talking about her ideas and theories. Luna loves photography, and she has just gotten a camera. I think Luna is very brave because even though it is probably scary to try to find out all of the secrets that her mother had, she is still doing it. That takes courage. Luna is a strong person - she might seem hard to get to know, but once you do, she is a very good person. “It’s a vintage camera, the kind I’ve always wanted… it’s exquisite.” -pg. 55 Ideas: The main idea of the book is that Luna’s mother and father had so many secrets and…show more content…
Characters: Luna is the main character. She is smart, thoughtful, and a little shy. She is also very curious. Luna has an opinion about everybody, and she likes intellectual and creative people. She likes talking about her ideas and theories. Luna loves photography, and she has just gotten a camera. I think Luna is very brave because even though it is probably scary to try to find out all of the secrets that her mother had, she is still doing it. That takes courage. Luna is a strong person - she might seem hard to get to know, but once you do, she is a very good person. “It’s a vintage camera, the kind I’ve always wanted… it’s exquisite.” -pg. 55 Ideas: The main idea of the book is that Luna’s mother and father had so many secrets and things that they never told Luna, and Luna needs to know them. The whole story is like a puzzle - there are lots of different parts and focuses, but one at a time, things are uncovered, and everything pieces together. Luna will stop at nothing to find out how exactly her mom died. I think at the beginning of the book, it was like, “Oh, let’s find out how my mom died” but as the story goes on, it becomes more and more intense and more and more important to Luna and the reader. “‘I just want to know the whole truth.’” -pg. 201 Point of View: This book is written in first-person point of view, which I personally like, because it’s a very touching story and you get to see all of the feelings firsthand. I also like first-person point of view
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