Ani Ekins Ekins itibaren Troszczyn, Polonya
I read "The Giver"by Lois Lowry. "The Giver" follows the life of a boy named Jonas who lives in a Utopian society. In Jonas's community the people feel no pain and there is no fear. Every year there is a ceremony that celebrates the twelves as they leave childhood and receive their assignments and enter adulthood. Jonas is chosen to be the Receiver of Memory which is said to be the most respected role in the community. Jonas must learn from the Giver, the Reciever before him. Jonas starts to learn new things from the Giver things he could have never imagined. He learns about things such as what birthdays,grandparents and love are; but he soon is shown other things like what fear, war and pain are. The book ends with Jonas embarking on his adventure; because he is torn between what he has been taught by society and what he has been shown from the Giver, bringing Gabriel, a new child with him. "The Giver" was a very interesting book and I enjoyed it. The author made the pages well thought out, thorough and detailed. I also thought that the story was very unique. In my opinion I didn't think the book was as good as people said it would. In my opinion it didn't meet up to my expectations. I would still recommend this book for anyone looking for a short story with great pages and an interesting plot.
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