This book report is being written for my English 1 honors class.The book i am doing this report on is Beautiful Creatures by Garcia Stohl. This book has 563 pages and was published by Little Brown and Company. The year this book was published in 2009 as well as copy writed. The reasons I read this book would be I like this type of book, which is a kind of adventure/romance/and a fictional book. Also this book is now a major motion picture. The main characters in this book are Ethan L. Wate, Lena Duchane, Link (Wesly Jefferson Lincoln, Macon Ravenwood, Amma and Sarafine. Ethan and Lena are the two most important charachters, the whole story surrounds these two, everything is about them trying to stay together against all odds of Lena's coming birth day. Link, Eathans best friend helps Eathan and lena throughout the story. Macon is Lena's uncle and is just trying to do everything to protect her from going dark (evil). Amma is like a second mother to Ethan since his mom died. Sarafine is Lena's evil mother that is trying to get her to become dark. Other charachters include Ridley Ravenwood, Emily, Savvanah Snow, the basketball team, Larkin Ravenwood, Lena's grandma, Aunt Del, Geneivieve Duchanenand Ethan Carter Wate. Ridley is Lena's cousin who is helping Sarafine try to make Lena become dark. Larkin is also in cahoots with Sarafine. Lenas grandma is not that important but still helps Lena undrstand some things. Aunt Del helps Ethan and Lena find the book of moons. and Geneiveive and Ethan C. Wate are past ancestors of Lena and Ethan L. and help them find out why Lena's family is cursed. This book is a adventure/romance/and a fictional book. This book takes place in modern Gatlin, South Carolina and is st in the present. Other importnt houses would be Ravenwood Manor. This book was a book that makes you never want to put it down, with so many suprises and twist you would never be a bale to guess what happens next. The main…
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to the board of directors’ audit committee, which would give internal auditing, “some
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Scott Sullivan. LDDS had grown so fast and absorbed so many firms, that internal controls…
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The Perks of Being a Wallflower
The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a coming-of–age novel written by Stephen Chbosky, an American novelist. The books starts off with a 15-year-old teenage boy named Charlie writing letters to an anonymous person about his life. In these letters he tells about how he is starting high school and what he fears of it because Michael, the only friend he once had, committed suicide the year before. Charlie…
everything. But all are changing when a scorpion bites Coyotito in a shoulder.
And the story gets interesting but unfortunate developing, uncovers the main theme of this novel how human greed can destroy all important in our life.
Body of report
1. Parable is short and simple story illustrating a moral or religious lesson.
A parable is a story with metaphors that contribute to the understand a situation deeper, figure out moral meaning. Therefore, there are two main parts to a parable:…
graduated from Lindenhurst high school and later went to school in Pennsylvania where he received an English degree. He spent most of his life and career writing for popular papers and that’s why I think he was the perfect author to this book.
The first chapter of this book titled “Matthew, Angelica, Lisa, and Charlie” immediately grabbed my attention. All four of these children were convicted of such minor crimes as if they were terrible people, without clean records. Matthew had been sent to the juvenile…
Book Report: Johnny Tremain
The main character in my book is Johnny Tremain. Johnny is a fourteen year old boy who lives in Boston, Massachusetts. When you first meet Johnny he is mean, self-centered, and also ambitious.
These characteristics changed throughout the story because Johnny becomes a leader and becomes nicer to the people he meets. Also, later in the story Johnny starts to care about more people than himself, like when he meets his friends, Cilla and Rab.
Johnny hurting his hand…
Washington’s Crossing explores the importance of Trenton, as it is one of the most important days for the creation of the United States, as without this event, the Revolution would have likely collapsed. Throughout the book, one of the most prevalent themes is that of the contrasts between order and discipline between the armies and their impact. Washington believed that the distinction between a well-regulated army, and a mob, is the good order and discipline of the first…
The Story of a Somali Girl
as told to Virginia Lee Barnes and Janice Boddy
Introduction of the Book
"Aman: The Story of a Somali Girl" is the autobiography of a young Somali girl who endured many hardships during her early ages. The book was published in Canada in 1994 by Alfred A. Knopf Canada.
Introduction of the Author
The story was written by Virginia Lee Barnes, who died before it was published, so it then became a collaborative work with Janice…
The Burn Journals – Nonfiction Book Report
In The Burn Journals (2004), Brent Runyon expresses the innermost feelings of his life and details the progress of his struggle against depression. In his memoirs, Runyon details past experiences in order to show that no matter what difficulties and hardships life may send your way, you can always find support. His audience is directed towards mainly teenagers, but the lessons within his experiences can be easily relatable to anyone. Runyon creates…
ZAPP book report
ZAPP The Lightning of EMPOWERMENT, by William C. Byham Ph.D. and Jeff Cox presents a story of different problems that managers/supervisors face and how they deal with the problems. The book shows how an autocratic supervisor would deal with a problem compared to a participative supervisor would handle the problems. The story shows the contrast between a supervisor that ZAPPS (empowers) her employees and a supervisor that SAPPS his employees by his interactions and…