They are so perfect together, and I love reading about them. The first reason that I love this book is because of the mystery. It always keeps me guessing, and there are many plot twists. For example, Four is hypnotized by the people of Erudite (they’re trying to take over), and he’s programmed so that he will do anything that they tell him... ... middle of paper ... ...ove this book because the characters are developed very well and have such interesting stories! I also love the mystery; it’s like I never know what will happen next and I love books that aren’t predictable.
His life deserved a tribute as truthful and respectful as Jon Krakauer’s. Through his use of literary techniques, the author creates an intense, and emotional piece of literature that captures the hearts of most of its readers. Irony, characterization, and theme all play a vital role in the creation of such a renowned work of art. “Sensational…[Krakauer] is such a good reporter that we come as close as we probably ever can to another person’s heart and soul” (Men’s Journal). Works Cited Krakauer, Jon.
John Green made me fall in love with reading all over again. Looking for Alaska, a young adult novel by John Green, might be the best book I have ever read. A few of my friends were telling me that John Green is one of the best writers out there today but I had to see for myself and I can tell for a fact, that he certainly is. The two main things that made me love this book is the character development of several characters and the plot twists. The way that he develops the characters makes the reader care about them and makes them want to know what will happen to them throughout the story.
For instance, my most cherished book, 'Looking for Alaska', written by John Green makes me experience overwhelming emotions such as joy and sadness, and it also gives me a nice laugh. The tiny details this book possesses makes the book my all-time favorite due to the fact that it has its own personality. For one thing, the outside cover of the edition has unique hues, art, and even rugged edges from years of late-night reading sessions. Also, the inside of the book adds extra charisma because of its ripped pages and musty aroma. Equally important, the storyline is the most crucial aspect of the composition of this book because the characters bring life and meaning to the pages.
This book teaches character, and good morals. Along with all of these, this book contains a very interesting story line, not to mention a twisted plot, which only adds to the suspense and thrill of this classic. The best part of this book, in my opinion was around chapter twenty-eight or twenty-nine, when Pip finally figures out the mystery of Molly and Estrella. I also liked this part because a character which we seldom meet is finally brought "back to life" in the story and is a key element in the plot from that point forward. My favorite character in "Great Expectations" was Pip.
Both men understand the motivation of Salinger, and respectfully praise his coming-of age masterpiece. This unusually brilliant novel withstood the critics before angry censors. The Catcher in the Rye is universally appealing as a coming of age novel. Holden Caulfield is the ultimate protagonist, and stands for everything that is good within the human spirit. The Catcher in the Rye raises questions that are of epic proportions, and masterfully allows the scholar to interpret an individual answer.
He lived his life to the fullest and was known to be a very kind person to his acquaintances and family. But on the other hand he was very quick to get angry and al... ... middle of paper ... ...d his ‘fiction’ life gave his work a sort of irresistible attractiveness as he lead a life of fame and adventure. Hemingway most definitely followed a new and unheard of path in his style of writing. He was an innovator and was one of the most important writers of his time. There is no doubt that he didn’t face many struggles throughout his life, but these experiences also shaped his style and created a new way of writing which is praised and looked up to today.
The exact replicas of Holmes’s home, and the 3-D renderings of Nero Wolfe’s house, are perfect examples of readers/fans becoming totally engrossed with theses stories. Because readers became familiar, and enjoyed these characters so much, they continue to read stories about the characters. &n... ... middle of paper ... ...t-out and cunning crime will not go unpunished. This notion plays on the idea that good always wins. An idea this simple is easy to overlook, but can have profound results.
Also, his plays are always meaningful, constructive and usually send powerful messages. Although, the author is a famous writer, I found his books easy to understand because his plays are mostly not too mysterious. Although, his writing is sometimes weird and crazy, they are never in any way confusing. Even if, I struggle to understand the play at the beginning, I found my way back by the time I reached the end because his books are most of the time self-explanatory. Furthermore, I think this play was also a success because this play was really funny, but it was also emotional.
(358) Because Truman had to devote much of his time to the research and writing of this novel, he wanted to be thorough. He was so proud of his work that he dubbe... ... middle of paper ... ...nent to every event, and the creative vision of an artist who can arrange his materials in such a manner that the reader is moved to pity, terror, joy, and sorrow. (237) Capote proved his excellence in writing by maintaining a firm grasp on his reader?s attention. In conclusion, In Cold Blood was a pioneer novel because it combined journalism with fiction techniques. It was very difficult for Truman Capote to write this novel because he had to gather massive amounts of data in order to make the book factual.