I just finished reading Dianna Dorisis Winget’s 242 page realistic fiction book about a girl named Poppy Parker who live with her grandmother, Grandma Beth. When Poppy was very little her parents went to travel to a school out of the country but, while studying the school gets attacked … Continue reading Maddy’s letter essay #12 “A Million Ways Home”
I finish the book Catching Fire for the third time. As you may know that this is the second book the Hunger Games series written by Suzanne Collins. She wrote the three books called Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay. If you have not heard of these books, I would be shocked because this because … Continue reading Jackson’s Letter Essay #12: “Catching Fire”
I’ve recently finished reading the book Stargirl. Stargirl is a 186 paged fiction novel by Jerry Spinelli. In this unique story the main focus is Stargirl, and her individuality. She does not care what people think of her differences (good for her!) But the thing is Stargirl is different in a good way. She is always … Continue reading Tabitha’s Twelfth (aka Last) Letter Essay
I have just finished reading Gary Schmidt’s ‘The Wednesday Wars’, an average 264 page realistic fiction novel. I have never heard of this book before, but I really enjoyed reading it. In this novel, Holling Hoodhood, an average 7th grade boy in the year of 1967, who lives with his mother, his father, and his … Continue reading Claire’s Letter Essay #12: The Wednesday Wars
I just finished reading Ransom Riggs’s book ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’. This 369 page fantasy novel is about a boy whose grandfather died with some very surprising last words that make this boy question everything about his grandfather. I chose this book because it just sounded good and was one of the number … Continue reading Claire’s Letter- Essay “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children”
Leven Thumps : Gateway to Foo is the first book in a trilogy. It is 368 pages long and is a fantasy book. The author is Obert Skye. I chose this book because it seemed interesting by the cover and the title. Leven is 14 and lives with his terrible aunt and uncle. Soon everything … Continue reading Anthony’s Letter Essay #12 – Leven Thumps
This letter essay is about the 13th Reality : Void of Mist and Thunder, a book written by James Dashner the author of the Maze Runner series which is getting a 5th book in 2016. It is 483 pages long and is a mystery / science fiction book. This is the 4th and final instalment of the 13th reality series.
In this part of the book we are past Mistress Jane, Mr Chu from the 4th, and Tick’s escape from the desolate wasteland known as the Nonex. The Nonex as stated in the last essay is a place where you go when you met one of your alternates (twins of you that went through different paths of evolution) but only one of the alternates go to the Nonex4th, he’s an alternate of Tick’s science teacher Mr Chu, the only difference is that the 4th is a reality where the whole world had their scientific revolution earlier than reality prime or the 1st reality. In the 4th Mr Chu became a world leader / inventor, he became drunk with the power he had gained and attempted to take over all the realities, this lead to him and the original Mr Chu to meet and sent the 4th Chu to the Nonex. Tick and Mistress Jane,the main protagonist and antagonist, were sent to the Nonex by using the power they had too much (this power is explained in the 11th essay). While escaping from the Nonex they tore into the 4th dimension which conveniently had a location between the Nonex and Reality which allowed them to get close enough back to reality to be pulled back into it. By visiting the 4th dimension they encountered the 4th dimension’s monster, the void of mist and thunder, it’s a cloud of mist that can not dissipate and it creates creatures / soldiers from the Mist, the thunder is the lightning the cloud can aim and shoot with. This monster has leaked into reality as a result of the excessive use of the realities power. Now Tick and Mistress Jane have to fight against and patch this leak while at the same time having to deal with Mr Chu as he is using the monster to aid him in his quest to conquer reality.
I like this book because of it’s complexness and it’s ability to come back together and make sense. An example of this would be the passage from page 246.
Tick, Mistress Jane, and Chu all join hands and channel all their Chikarda into Tick and trusting that he can use it to slice back into reality and allow them all to escape. Meanwhile Tick is probing through the far stretches of the universe with this new amount of energy seething inside his body and burning him from the inside out. He ignores this heat of energy and turns it into more fuel for the fire of power he’s using to probe through the universe. Suddenly he starts to feel a tingling in the universe and realizes that it’s a new reality but when he explored it through his mind’s eye it looked strange but it was better than anything in the Nonex, he focused the energy on the reality and on all 3 of them and winked them away.
I like the Author because of his creativity, he uses this creativity to create complex riddles and puzzles in this series. I rate this book an 8 out of 10 because of how interesting the plotline is.
I just finished reading ‘Stargirl’ by Jerry Spinelli. This 186 realistic fiction novel was a good story about non-conformity. In the book, Leo Borlock, a 17 year old who lives in the desert of Arizona, is shocked (as is the rest of his school) when a new girl arrives on the first day. Stargirl, as she … Continue reading Colin’s Letter Essay #12: ‘Stargirl’
I read the book the outsiders it was a 180 paged, action filled book. I chose this book because when I read the back of the book it sounded really interesting. This book was about two gangs the greasers and the soc’s (the socials). some of the greasers must accept the consequences of there violent lives, while others meet some … Continue reading Lauren’s Letter Essay #12 “The Outsiders”
I just finished Luna, a novel by Julie Anne Peters. I thought this book was very interesting. I have never read a book with this kind of story line. I chose this book because i read the back and the storyline was very interesting. I really like story lines like this one where there is … Continue reading Sarah’s Letter Essay #12: “Luna”
In class, I read the book Stargirl– a 186 page realistic fiction novel about a girl who doesn’t really fit in. Stargirl is about a 15 year old girl who moves to a town in Arizona called Mica, and starts going to the school. The girls name is Stargirl and as you can tell from … Continue reading Jennas Letter Essay #12: Stargirl
I just finished reading Good Call by Jase Robertson. Good Call is an autobiography about Jase Robertson one of the stars of the reality show Duck Dynasty. Good call is a story about Jase and his life the main chapters are about his religious beliefs, and his family. The Robertson’s in general are all about … Continue reading Erin’s Letter Essay “Good Call”
I have recently finished reading the book Stargirl. It was a 186 page realistic fiction novel written by Jerry Spinelli. I chose to read this book because the back of it seemed interesting and because the title made me want to find out more. This novel was about a girl attending Mica High. Her name … Continue reading Kayleigh’s Letter Essay #12, Stargirl
I have recently finished the book Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney a 217 page novel that is for younger kids. I read it when I was younger and it was a good book back then but now it is a pretty bad book. I chose this book because I wanted an easy … Continue reading Louie’s Letter Essay #12 ” Diary of A Wimpy Kid”
I just finished reading the 188 page book Stargirl by Jerry Spinneli. It was very interesting. It was my book club book and I am happy that I chose it. Even though it was confusing at some points, and that some people said The Outsiders was better, I still liked it. The book is set … Continue reading Thomas’s Letter Essay #12: Stargirl
I have just finished reading “The Outsiders” by S.E. Hinton. This book is a 180 page realistic fiction book. I really enjoyed reading this book because there was a lot of action, suspense, and description which helped me better understand, and enjoy the book. In this book, there is a 16 year-old boy named Ponyboy … Continue reading Tiernan’s Letter Essay #12 The Outsiders
I have just finished reading “When” by: Victoria Laurie, a 323-page fiction novel. I really liked reading this book because I enjoy books with a lot of suspense in them. In this book Maddie has a special power, she can see death dates. Her mother, who is an alcoholic, puts this gift to use by … Continue reading Hanna’s Last Letter Essay: “When”
I have just finished the book “Stargirl” by Jerry Spinelli. This 180 page book is told by Leo the main character going to Mica High School in Arizona. His school has always been “Normal” until the first day of junior year, a girl nobody has seen before wearing cloths that nobody had seen. Her name … Continue reading Bobby’s Letter Essay #12 “Stargirl”