Books of Kings

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  • My Heart Series By Angela Kelk

    Lindsey Kelk is a British award winning and bestselling author that was born in Doncaster, lived in Nottingham and London before moving to the New York and Los Angeles in the States. So far, she has more than thirteen novels in the I Heart series, two e-novellas, A Girl series and several freestanding novels. Her novels have been so popular that they have been published in more than twenty language all across the globe and gone on to sol more than a million copies. She spends much of her tome…

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  • What Is The Mystery Of The Book Paper Towns

    Paper Towns is a book written by John Green. Its main characters are Quentin Jacobsen and Margo Roth Spiegelman. I chose this book because I like love and mystery books. The story of love, which exists between Quentin and Margo, is really interesting. Quentin loves Margo since they were children and this is a platonic love. In some parts of the book, Quentin started to think that Margo loves him, but this is only a thought of Quentin, because she does not make it clear. If she loves him is one…

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  • Protecting The Interests Of Minorities (P. 232)

    always been a moderate, “see both sides” kind of person, but when I look at this example about the book The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, I see two very fair sides of an argument. They both have valid points…

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  • Tripp Age Of Opportunity Summary

    In his book, Age of Opportunity, Tripp works to discuss the biblical role of parenting in a teenager’s life. While this book is not specifically geared toward youth ministry, many aspects of it can still be taken and used to supplement the youth leaders approach toward teenagers. This is because youth ministry is meant to compliment and support the family. Three things that specifically impacted me while reading this book include Tripp’s chart that identifies the themes of modern culture, his…

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  • The Time Traveler's Wife Analysis

    Over the summer I chose to read the book “The Time Traveler's Wife” written by Audrey Niffenegger. This book was very interesting to read and opened up my mind to see love in a completely different way. The main character, Henry, meets this girl, Clare, at a library in Chicago. At this time he is 28 years old and he doesn't know is that he's met her before in the past due to him having a time traveling disorder. Clare remembers meeting him at age 6 while Henry was 43 years old. She has a diary…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Ink Drinker Continued

    feeling excited about my new hunger for books. I went straight to my hiding place, sat down, and began to wonder about what to do next. “Should I tell someone?” I thought to myself. I decided to just wait until the next morning and go back to the graveyard to see if I could find Draculink and ask him about my newly developed book issue. Besides, it was getting really cold and dark outside anyways. All I could think about was getting my hands on another book. When my Dad called out “Toby are…

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  • Mrs Calloway Literary Analysis

    Although many grow up loving books and visits to the library; not many grow up truly obsessed and willing to do anything to read. In her autobiography author Eudora Welty recalls her early experience with reading and books, and how it shaped her into the author and reader she is today. One of them being her visits to the library, and her encounters with the intimidating Mrs.Calloway (the librarian). The second being her mother, an avid book lover who inspired her. Through the use of language and…

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  • One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest Book Review

    Without sounding terribly cliché I honestly have to say that this book found me, rather than me finding it. I was having difficult time picking the right book. As I’m sure many of you are aware, a title on a list isn’t really much to go off of. One day I found myself in the library after school reading Catch-22. The book is probably good in its own right, but I might have been crushed under the weight of its 453 pages. Then, Mrs. Maynard the librarian taps me on the shoulder and hands me a…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Love For Writing

    other worlds by simply opening a book was commodity that I needed in my life. Living as another person, experiencing other extraordinary worlds, and fighting in wars and battles was more entertaining than watching television.…

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  • Symbolism In Tuck Everlasting

    Recently, I read the book Tuck Everlasting, written by Natalie Babbitt. While reading, I noticed how imagery, motifs, and metaphors play a great role in her writing style. I found an enormous amount of symbolism represented in metaphors and motifs in the book. Because from my perspective, the theme in Tuck Everlasting is how everything has a conclusion, being appreciative will improve your life, I found that the music box symbolized more than just a box that played mysterious music. While using…

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