A couple days ago I was able to finish reading a 448-paged novel Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare. This is the first book in the “Infernal Devices” series and it was published on August 31st, 2010. Cassandra Clare has been a lover of books since she was young and always had one on her because … Continue reading Letter Essay #9 – Clockwork Angel
Dear Classmates, Recently, I finished the book Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles) by Marissa Meyer. It is a 387 paged novel which was published on January 3rd, 2012. I first heard of this book from a couple of my friends last year but never got around to reading it. I eventually had forgotten about the book … Continue reading Nicole’s Letter Essay #5: Cinder
Not knowing what exactly to expect in the future is a scary thought. So, if you have ever moved, you can probably imagine how I felt as I drove away from my friendly, welcoming home. I was not able to get rid of the feeling of regret growing in my stomach, or was it emptiness? … Continue reading Empty
Recently, I had the time to re-read the book “The Giver”, an 180-page dystopian fiction novel by Lois Lowry, which was originally published in 1993. I have read this book once before in 6th grade but, felt the need to read it again because I had completely forgotten what it was about. Also, because I … Continue reading Nicole’s Letter Essay #3: The Giver
I’m from the constant trips to Romania, picking the fresh, sweet, peaches from the towering trees and feeding the innumerable number of chickens hopping freely among my grandfather’s weathering, brick house. I’m from the ridiculous, deafening European family where my mom practically obligates my brother and I to clean every single particle in our house. … Continue reading Nicole, Where Are You From?