For the first time reading a book from Amanda Stocking it sure was something that displayed originality from books that are trending nowadays. Of course, it still has people with supernatural abilities, but it kept its focus on day-to-day circumstances and experiences, rather than giving detailed explanations of how everything worked and what everything meant. Considering the book aims towards teenage readers, it also helps them relate to dramas that they may be confronting during their adolescent life.
Furthermore, the plot of the story keeps you at the edge of your seat until you finish reading the last page. It contains a lot of mystery and you never really can guess who – or what – the culprit is. You just keep turning those pages in the hope that the next one will tell you what is going on. It’s exuberating!
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The Martian has everything a book needs to make the story all the more interesting and breathtaking. A man’s determination for survival, being stranded in a foreign land that is far away from the planet we have learned to live in, and without anyone around except for his wits to bring him to victory. It is very compelling.
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There is no better feeling than reading a book, if not every day, at least whenever we get the chance to do so. In my opinion, every book provides the reader some kind of getaway from their stressful lives and just let’s them dream of a world that does not exist. Most of all, whatever we read, whether it is fiction or not, we always end up learning something new. It could be a new word, or facts about something that we never thought of looking up on the internet.
The books that have had a large impact in providing the readers with interesting facts are the works of Dan Brown. He is famous for many amazing books, but the one that I have found most intriguing is Inferno. This book contains many information on art and the works of Dante Alighieri, specifically The Devine Comedy, not to mention wonderful places in Italy and Turkey.
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I had posted a while ago a topic called Comics or Manga? and I decided to start another post concerning the differences between graphic novels and comics.
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I know this topic might be a cliche but I think it is something very important to let it slide so easily. Although it is talked about everyday, not a lot of people fancy the use of a real book, but rather use their phones or an e-book to read whatever they like.
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