Monday, 13 November 2017
I would recommend the book to the people who love the books of action especially the stories of spies and also since from the beggining the story captivates the reader. The story is breathtaking, captivating. If you love the adventures of James Bond this book is for you. There is an investigation which you can try to solve before the end of the book and before the suspect is unmasked.
In my opinion i recomend this book for the fan of surnatural. I recomend this book for the fan of surnatural because they talk about spirit and appearence.It's an very intersant book because he his very mysterious and for the fan of suspense it'very good book, at the and of any chapter you want to know what's going to happen so for that you read more. This has an very intersant story you want to know who is the girl/ woman William Clayborne sees and know what she wants him? For the 50 pages I've read it's was an extrodinary story i've very enjoy this book so for all this things i've recommend this book.
MY BOOK REVIEW
A beautiful and distinguished family.
A private island.
A brilliant, damaged girl; a passionate, political boy.
A group of four friends—the Liars—whose friendship turns destructive.
A revolution. An accident. A secret.
Lies upon lies.
We Were Liars is a modern, sophisticated suspense novel from New York Times bestselling author, National Book Award finalist, and Printz Award honoree E. Lockhart.
And if anyone asks you how it ends, just LIE
I recomand this book because I really liked the story, there is a mix between adventure and danger, between love and war and this is what people like in books. Moreover, this book is pretty simple to read and understanding, so if you want learn english, reading books is a good way and I recomand particularly this one. But if you are a sensitive soul don't read this book because there is «Inside Out men», this is the name with which the characters call the cannibals,
and there is also shocking scene.
-Champs lexical de la nourriture :
-Champs lexical de l'ocean :
Main character :
Kino is the main character, he is the father of a young boy named coyotito and his wife is juana.
He is a pearl fisherman working in mexico and he sing often, when his son got sick, Kino singed and prayed to find a pearl to save his children, Kino love his children and his wife.
Kino's comportement change very quickly when he find the pearl, he became in love of money and obsessed by what he will be able to do with this pearl.
My opinion :
I think this book is great but realy easy to read, it's a good book for beginners in English or for English childrens ( or americans etc... ).
The history is interesting and characters are appealings, this book is made for beginners because of his vocabulary and the number of his pages, its not annoying its even captivating.
Conclusion, I recommend this book.
I recommend this novel because it's very interesting.
The main character is Harriet Manners. She is a geek, she has a best friend, Nat, for 10 years. Harriet is selfish and sparkly person. She is a geek and she is treated by all the students of his college "geek" There is a catchy image that makes you want to read it. A positive novel with adolecent problems. One can easily identify with and attach oneself to it.
The fault in our stars
“Okay? Okay.” Do these words sound familiar? These words come from the tragic love story, The Fault In Our Stars. Hazel is a 16 year-old young lady that was diagnosed with Stage IV thyroid cancer. When a very handsome man named Augustus Waters suddenly joins her cancer support group, Hazel feels her life completely coming together again. This bold and heart-warming book by John Green will take you through the struggles and worries of being a cancer patient.
Hazel Grace Lancaster was first diagnosed with cancer when she was just 12 years old. In order to make sure she’s doing okay, she has to visit the hospital frequently. She then attends a cancer support group, where she meets a young man named Augustus Waters. Augustus Waters is 17 years old and had osteosarcoma a year and a half ago from the books setting. Being with Augustus helps Hazel reexamine how sickness and health, life and death will define her. Although, Augustus is not diagnosed with osteosarcoma anymore he still isn’t living life the best he could. He says, “I’m a rollercoaster that only goes up, my friend.” Hazel, herself also shows many signs of depression, anxiety, and stubbornness. She says, “If you want me to be a teenager, don’t send me to a support group. Buy me a fake ID so I can go to clubs, drink vodka, and take pot.” To sum it all up, Hazel and Augustus being together makes them forget about all their pains and worries.