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  • Book Review : A Review Of A Book Review

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    Book reviews are just that: a review of a book. They can be used for news articles, blogs, or academic journals. A book review is more than just a book report. It can give the reader more of an insight into not just the book, but the author as well. Most authors write of what they know. For example, some authors have backgrounds in law enforcement so they write about cases they know or have worked. Other authors research groups of people, for example the Knights Templar, and write of what they

  • For this assignment I read the book reviews Limits of Endurance ‘Defiant,’ by Alvin Townley; He

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    For this assignment I read the book reviews Limits of Endurance ‘Defiant,’ by Alvin Townley; He Accused ‘An Officer and a Spy,’ by Robert Harris; Breaking In ‘The Burglary,’ by Betty Medsger. For the book review Limits of Endurance ‘Defiant,’ by Alvin Townley the reviewer seem to have thought fondly of this book while writing majority positive things about this novel. The review He Accused which went over the novel ‘An Officer and a Spy,’ by Robert Harris seemed to be majority mixed to the point

  • Book Review Of The Book Thief

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    Book Review The Book Thief By: Markus Zusak Review by: Leo Draveling Liesel Meminger is a 9 year old girl experiencing the hardships of Nazi Germany in 1939, while Hitler is in power. But who other to tell the story then Death himself, as he looks over the towns and cities of Germany waiting for someone to take their last breath so he may take their soul. The story starts with Liesel on a train with her mother and brother, they are on their way to Munich. Unfortunately, her brother sadly does

  • Book Review : The Book Thief

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    Ms. Hinko CP English 10- P5 13 October 2017 The Book Thief Summer Reading Essay In The Book Thief ,by Markus Zusak, Death explores the world of Liesel Meminger and how she interprets the troubles of her time. In the book Death roams around Germany and is intrigued by Liesel's story. Liesel is a young girl from Germany with a passion of reading books, and she has just moved and is getting used to her new town. Death is a caring character that shows

  • The Jungle Book : Book Review Of The Jungle Book

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    The Jungle Book is a book about a young man named Mowgli who turns into an individual from the Seeonee Wolf Pack. A shrewd tiger named Shere Khan intends to assault Mowgli and the pioneer of his pack, Akela. At the point when Mowgli grows up, he understands that he should rejoin with men. Mowgli meanders from his town one day. Subsequent to being assaulted by Shere Khan, he's spared by Father Wolf, who solicits Akela, the pioneer from the wolves, to acknowledge Mowgli as an individual from the pack

  • Review Of 'The Book Thief' Essays

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    Review of: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak It seems sometimes like the market for young adult literature is written down to the readers, almost in a condescending manner. That is why a book like The Book Thief by Markus Zusak is so refreshing in this sea of cookie cutter romances and fantasies. While classified as a young adult novel, it deals with very serious themes. The book’s cover comes printed with this label: “It is 1939. Nazi Germany. The country is holding its breath. Death has

  • Book Review Of The Movie 'The Jungle Book'

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    The Jungle Book is a movie based on the story of a young boy named Mowgli who was found in the Jungle by a panther named Bagheera. Bagheera found the boy the day his father lost his life to a tiger named Shere Khan but before the tiger ended the man’s life he was burned by the Red Flower, man's’ creation known as fire. Bagheera had taken Mowgli to the animals he knew would raise the young boy like their own and that was the wolves. Akeila was their Alpha and Raksha was the only mother Mowgli knew

  • Book Review: The Graveyard Book, By Neil Gaiman

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    best book in the world. The Graveyard book, written by Neil Gaiman is a stupendously well-crafted book detailing the life of Nobody Owens, or Bod, a boy whose family has been ruthlessly slaughtered. Bod crawls to the graveyard next to his house, where the inhabitant ghosts take him in and adopt him, where he lives until Bod decides that he wants to live with his own kind: the living. While it is true that all books open up worlds of literature, no book does it better than the Graveyard book of leaving

  • Book Review: The Kite Runner Essay

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    The Kite Runner written by Khaled Hosseini is about a man named Amir who lives in modern San Francisco. He tells the story of him growing up in Afghanistan, and the events that follow him after a incident he witnessed in his childhood 26 years earlier. The story begins with him telling the readers that when he was a boy, he lived with his father, Baba, in Kabul, Afghanistan, along with Ali, the Hazara housekeeper, and his son and Amir’s “friend” Hassan. Amir lived a sad life of always trying to get

  • Book Review Of Ricky Tike Tavy

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    BOOK REPORT IKKI TIKKI TAVI Basic Information This story is entitled Ricky Tike Tavy written by Rudyard Kipling. The genre is book stories. The story is taken from the second volume of The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling written in Vermont while he was reminiscing his childhood in India. This story takes place in an old house in India during an unspecified time. It was written between 1893 and 1894 and published by Pall Mall Magazine and St Nicholas Magazine. Major character This story is about