There are multiple details that stood out as particularly true to life in my view. One was the nariartator that it is telling the story/ his view point main character mentions what check out aisle number. It mentions how the three girls looked. The character payed attention to how the girl that seem to be the leader was walking saying “she came down a little hard on her heels, as if she didn’t walk in her bare feet much” this quote helps you picture how the person and might help picture what the girl was walking like. He gave details to where he was and what he was doing when the three girls was doing. He mentions that “I’m in the third check-out slot with my back to the door so that I didn’t see them until they had reach the bread” this helps the reader to set up an mental image of the store as they are reading.
In chapter four and five, when the boys stole food from others that did not have much, I believe it must have been a very difficult decision for the boys. Especially, because they knew what it was like not to have food. I also believe that the boys were hesitant when stealing the food but they knew that if they did not, they may not survive. Because of the situation that the boys were in, I do not see stealing the food was unavoidable. On page 27, when Ishmael said, “We got hungrier day after day, to the point that our stomachs were hurting and our visions blurred at times.” shows that the boys lack of nutrition was beginning to impair their visions and beginning to bring pain to their stomachs. The conditions were very tough for everyone
1.) The ending did not surprise me; I think it may have if we hadn’t discussed it in class. I think I would have been very surprised and confused, if I hadn’t known the ending prior to reading it.
zany He threw a finger to the dead end of the corridor, where twenty-someting Jason Abbernathy proceeded with a smile, sliding a homburg over his gelled hair and urbanely clicked his door shut.
The underworld seemed to be getting colder and I couldn’t tell if it was because I’d fled the room that was lit or because Hades’s heart had been nearly ripped out. I was weeping pretty hard by now, feeling awfully betrayed and as lonely as my injurer. I felt my way around in the darkness for a while, thankful to the slight bluish glow that seemed to at least partially lighten ones way down in the underworld.
The chapter continues with the two boys, Tom and Huck, carefully walking through the path. They walk past the kitchen, where they try to avoid Jim, Miss. Watson’s slave. Jim hears them and comes to investigate. The two boys are hiding, while Jim comes close to them, but doesn’t see them. Jim decides to stay in that position until he hears the noise again. While Huck is debating whether he should scratch his nose, Jim falls asleep. Tom tells Huck about Jim, that he is respected by the other slaves, for going against the devil. But Jim had begun to become cocky for seeing the devil and fighting the witches.
1.The narrator wants to go to the bazaar in order to impress a girl. The girl can not go to the bazaar so the narrator tells her he can go to the bazaar and he will get her something.
One day on planet Zargon an unknown spaceship landed on the soft and bouncy crust of the planet. Eeku (ee-kuuu), the planets stern and honored ruler had just come back from an urgent mission on the planet lar225.
In this chapter Steven woke up extra early for some reason in this interminable world and slow walked to the basement to get some drum practice. When Jeffrey, his little brother, snuck up behind him. Jeffery asked for some moatmeal- oatmeal- also saying his parts hurt. Apparently he had been saying that for a while now. Steven and Jeffrey went to get the oatmeal and Jeffery sat on a stool. When Steven turned around Jeffery fell of the stool and hurt his nose. Jeffrey cried a lot. Their parents came down and interrogated them. Jeffery was sent to the emergency room, while Seven and his dad went to school and work.
Terra, a beautiful baby girl, was the daughter of Glenn and CoCo. Glenn and CoCo weren’t ordinary folk. They were king and queen of the large city Charleston. On the day of Terra’s birth, CoCo was enduring tremendous amounts of pain in her lower abdomen, as if the all mighty Zeus himself struck her with a bolt of lightning. The baby was coming and CoCo was stricken with sickness. The guards were rushed to retrieve the miraculous healing plant that was said to cure any illness. After almost an hour of labor Terra was welcomed into the world. Unfortunately, the healing plant didn’t have much effect on CoCo, but it was just enough to heal Terra. CoCo ended up dying shortly after Terra was born. Glenn and CoCo never decided on a name for
The feeling was so completely overwhelming, having both holes filled with the two thick cocks that she could barely move. She began to slowly rock her pelvis, and taking their cue from her, the men began to pump in and out of her.
Finally. Years of ceaseless efforts. Countless trials and complications. The completion of the cure for humanity. Out of fear of revolt and turmoil, the necessity for a drug that could subdue the subliminal and divert attention to servitude was created. Although the tests on genetically similar animals had been proven positive, it was instrumental to be tested on humans. The apprehension in the lab was omniscient. The next few moments would define the inconceivable effort invested in the project. Would it work? Would we finally overcome the insurmountable odds? I breathed in anticipation. “Bring in the test subject!” I hollered.