Last night, I stayed at a friend's house until 9:00 or later, and now I'm really tired. *yawn*. The book I'm about to do today is called The Giver, by Lois Lowry. I've read this book many times when I was younger, and I didn't get alot of things, but now as I read it, I understand it better, and I thought it was an excellent book. So if you don't understand some things, don't be upset!
By Lois Lowry
The first sentence It was almost December, and Jonas was beginning to be frightened.
Summary copyright of http://www.bookrags.com/notes/giv/SUM.htm
Where Jonas lives, life is safe, orderly, and predictable. Rules are strictly adhered to; every aspect of a person's life is carefully planned. People rarely make choices on their own; everything is decided for them by the community. There is no snow or sunshine, no colors or music, no animals or nature.
Review The giver is a wonderful book about a community that is perfect, that has no flaws, until the day the chosen receiver chooses to release herself. The giver is heartwarming, and about loyalty, trust, and family. The giver's characters were excellent, and the feelings were portrayed quite well. If you like books about family and etcetera, this book is for you.
Review Plot-cat (5 stars) Character development- dog (4 stars) Ending- dog (4 stars) Suspense- cat (5 stars) Setting/Description- dog (4 stars)
TOTAL 22 STARS
(If you do not understand why names of animals are on the rating scale, please scroll down to the bottom of the page and read Blue Fingers by Cheryl Aylward Whitesel's rating. Thank you!)
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