Dear Classmates, I recently finished reading the book “The Power Of Six” this is a sequel to the last book I read, “I Am Number 4”. Unlike it’s predecessor this book has not been turned into a movie, due to the last movie being truly terrible. This is a shame because they are both excellent … Continue reading Luke Gardone, Letter Essay #9
Thunderstruck tells a story of man and his friends having a good time. Thunderstruck is a very straight forward story (narrative). The song tells of specific events, most having a single meaning. Lyrics: Thunder, thunder, thunder, thunder I was caught In the middle of a railroad track I looked round And I knew there … Continue reading Music Imagery: Thunderstruck
Dear, Classmates I have recently finished reading Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins. Catching Fire is the second book in the Hunger Games series and has been turned into a movie. I choose to read this book because I previously read The Hunger Games, the first book in the series. Catching Fire was published on September … Continue reading Luke’s Letter Essay #7: Catching Fire
I am about 200 pages into the first book of one of the most well known series there is, Harry Potter. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone does an amazing job of starting of one of the most successful book series there is. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone was published on June 26, 1997 … Continue reading Luke’s Letter Essay #4: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
I have recently finished reading the death cure by James Dashner, this is the third and final book in the maze runner series. This book was published in 2011 a year after the second book in the series. This may be the final book in the series but in later years two prequels were made, … Continue reading Luke’s Letter Essay #3: The Death Cure
The day started of normal, nothing new or out of the ordinary… or so I thought. I was in my room entertaining myself with some mindless videos games. I heard the pitter patter of a slight drizzle, and could see the ominus clouds lingering outside of my window. “Luke!” My mom called from downstairs in … Continue reading The Day That Lasted the Rest of My Life
I’m from the busy town of Stamford cars going by and stores on every street corner I’m from the sandy beaches of Milford in my elevated beach house hearing a crash with every wave I’m from the forests of Easton where everyone knows your name I’m from spending time with the people I … Continue reading Luke, Where Are You From?