Recently I have completed the novel, “The Davinci Code” this novel shows a lot of backstabbing. But in most cases that is common or a common theme in some series or novels. “The Da vinci Code” is by Dan Brown, the bestselling author of “Digital Fortress”, “Angels & Demons”, “Deception Point”, “The Last Symbol” … Continue reading Letter Essay #6 — The Da Vinci Code — By: Elisabeth Berg
As of now, I am about 250 pages into the book The Hunger Games, a 374 page, dystopian novel by Suzanne Collins. Collins was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1962. This book was published 10 years ago, in 2008. The author, Suzanne Collins, said that the book was based off of the Greek myth, Theseus … Continue reading Paul Flaherty – Letter Essay #6 – The Hunger Games
Dear Book Lovers, I hope that you enjoy nonfiction, because recently I read Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World. The book is written by Rachel Ignotofsky and is full of the inspiring stories of 50 women scientists, who each faced their own struggles to continue the path of curiosity. Each story … Continue reading Elizabeth Adriani Letter Essay 6: Women In Science
Disclaimer: If you are sensitive on the topic of death, I would recommend not reading this. Not too long ago, I finished reading a book by the name Looking for Alaska. It is a 221 paged realistic novel written by John Green. John Green is an award-winning, #1 bestselling author of Looking for … Continue reading Letter Essay #6 – Looking for Alaska By: Claudia M.
Letter Essay #6 Recently, I have finished reading Hatchet, a 186-page realistic fiction book by Gary Paulsen, a widely acclaimed author of over a fourteen books. Hatchet was published on September 30, 1987. This book is very popular for people of all ages and was based on the experiences of Gary Paulsen (though not the … Continue reading Weston Keenan’s Letter Essay #6: Hatchet