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2 ... AUTHOR :

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5 ... CONTENT : 大 約 80 字

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I am a boy ( 我 係 一 個 男 仔 )

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  • 1 十年前
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    Book: Holes

    Author: Louis Sachar

    About this book:

    Stanley Yelnat’s luck just ran out, and whenever it did, he would blame his no-good-dirty-rotten -pig-stealing-great- great-grandfather, just like his father and his grandfather. He was overweight, often laughed by other kids, and was bullied by a kid even smaller than him. His family’s history is of nothing but bad luck. That day, a kid threw his notebook inside a toilet, and when he walked the way back home with his sopping wet notebook, a pair of stolen sneakers fell out of the sky. Since his father was doing an experiment for recycling old sneakers, Stanley ran all the way back home, thinking the sneakers would help his father. But then, his luck ran out again, and the police caught him and accused him of stealing the sneakers. Stanley was innocent, of course, and he was sent to Camp Green Lake, a place where they say is to train bad boys to good. There, they had to dig a hole a day, five feet deep and five feet wide.

    When Stanley found something interesting, the other boys showed it to the Warden and she liked it. Then Stanley found out the truth, the Camp wasn’t to train bad boys, the truth was that the Warden was looking for something. Stanley and his new found friend, Zero, got first time lucky, and found something that their family would never blame their great-great-grandfat her ever again.

    Comments:

    This story is absolutely interesting, and will keep the reader absorbed in this story. It is full of exciting adventures, following each after another.

    My favourite character in this story is Zero. He is a boy with a great character. He is not afraid of suffering. He is a boy who doesn’t like to talk but can be very funny when he does.

    Book: Skeleton Key

    Author: Anthony Horowitz

    About this book:

    Alex Rider is a reluctant teenage spy. He had found out his uncle was a spy before him, and now Alex is hired by MI6. This time, he was requested by CIA to work for them. He was to act like a child of two CIA agents, and enter an island called Skeleton Key with them. The agents had told him they knew a man called Sarov who bought uranium from a Salesman. They were wondering what he was doing with the uranium, so they were investigating this case. Later, Alex found out the CIA agents weren’t telling him the truth. Actually, they found out Sarov had a nuclear bomb and they wanted to find out what he was doing with it. Unlucky, while trying to enter Sarov’s home, the two agents got killed by some machines. Alex himself was caught by Sarov. Surprisingly, Sarov treated him like a guest. He told him stories of his own child which had fought for his country in the army and died. He also told Alex he didn’t like new Russia; he liked the country which had served him well once - old Russia. He wanted to blow up a hole in the Kola Peninsula and show the world the power of Russia. He said he wanted to adopt Alex. At first, Alex thought he was insane, but he saw that he was serious. He tried all kinds of ways to escape and warn his own country. Luckily, MI6 found traces of him and went to help him. At last, Sarov couldn’t bear the pain of not being a father to Alex, and committed suicide. Alex was then safely escorted back to England.

    Comments:

    This book is absolutely fascinating, and almost every page contains exciting actions. It is a very interesting book which would at once absorb the reader into it.

    My favourite character in this book is Alex. He is brave and courageous, daring to risk any chance for escape.

    I would recommend this book to people who like excitement and adventures.

  • 1 十年前

    Book: Skeleton Key

    Author: Anthony Horowitz

    About this book:

    Alex Rider is a reluctant teenage spy. He had found out his uncle was a spy before him, and now Alex is hired by MI6. This time, he was requested by CIA to work for them. He was to act like a child of two CIA agents, and enter an island called Skeleton Key with them. The agents had told him they knew a man called Sarov who bought uranium from a Salesman. They were wondering what he was doing with the uranium, so they were investigating this case. Later, Alex found out the CIA agents weren’t telling him the truth. Actually, they found out Sarov had a nuclear bomb and they wanted to find out what he was doing with it. Unlucky, while trying to enter Sarov’s home, the two agents got killed by some machines. Alex himself was caught by Sarov. Surprisingly, Sarov treated him like a guest. He told him stories of his own child which had fought for his country in the army and died. He also told Alex he didn’t like new Russia; he liked the country which had served him well once - old Russia. He wanted to blow up a hole in the Kola Peninsula and show the world the power of Russia. He said he wanted to adopt Alex. At first, Alex thought he was insane, but he saw that he was serious. He tried all kinds of ways to escape and warn his own country. Luckily, MI6 found traces of him and went to help him. At last, Sarov couldn’t bear the pain of not being a father to Alex, and committed suicide. Alex was then safely escorted back to England.

    Comments:

    This book is absolutely fascinating, and almost every page contains exciting actions. It is a very interesting book which would at once absorb the reader into it.

    My favourite character in this book is Alex. He is brave and courageous, daring to risk any chance for escape.

    I would recommend this book to people who like excitement and adventures

    Book Report

    Author: Roald Dahl Tittle: The Twits

    The Words I Have Learnt:

    1.flabby 2.squiggled 3.squashed 4.beastly 5.clutching 6.stretched 7.grizzly8.shrink

    The character I like most:

    The Muggle-Wump Monkeys

    Summary

    This story is talk about the two characters called The Twits, they always play tricks to the other, and the tricks were really funny. The Twits did not wash themselves for many years, and they love to eat “bird-pie”.

    The Feelings Afterwards

    This book is very remarkable because the author wrote the character become very active, so that the readers were attracted. Roald Dahl wrote the characters have special hobbies and they were amusing.

    After reading this book I have learnt how to write the character to become attractive, and this book let me know more about comprehension, so that I know more about how to write an interesting story. I have learnt more about sentence structure, the grammar and I know how to use words properly too.

    I want to read more books about fairy tales this can let me learn more about writing. And also I can get more creative ideas when I have writing exams

    大把比你選 全部都係我上年既功課a.av

    希望幫到你啦-3-

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