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Mansfield Park
1st July 2016 | Author: "Reviews"

Jane Austen's Mansfield Park makes for a popular topic for book reports, mainly because the author, herself, is so popular, and Mansfield Park is one of her lesser-known novels. The protagonist of Mansfield Park is Fanny Price, a young woman who has recently come to live with her wealthy aunt and uncle, Lady Bertram and Sir Thomas, at Mansfield Park. Lady Bertram is Fanny's maternal aunt. She is much wealthier than fanny's mother, who married beneath her. Fanny's father is a disabled sailor who drinks too much. Fanny is rather reserved in her new surroundings, being caught between several members of the family and not feeling as though she fits in. Lady Bertram and Sir Thomas' daughters, Maria and Julia, are cruel and shallow. There are two sons as well, Tom, who is a drunk, and Edmund, who is studying to be a clergyman and is the only member of the family that Fanny feels close to. . . . .

Something Wicked This Way Comes
30th June 2016 | Author: "Reviews"

For a book review of Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes, the student can start by introducing the two main characters. Jim Nightshade and Will Halloway are thirteen year old boys who are confronted by a stranger, a lightning-rod salesman, at the beginning of the book. The salesman tells them a storm is coming to town, and then gives a rod to Jim, instructing him to put it on the roof of his house. The boys then go to see Will's father, Charles, at the library where he works. Both the boys and Charles see a flyer later that day advertising a carnival coming to town. The show is called Cooger & Dark's Pandemonium Shadow Show. Though both boys are excited about the arrival of the carnival at such an odd time of year, Charles Halloway has a foreboding feeling about the event and wonders why a carnival would come to town at such a time. . . . .

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
29th June 2016 | Author: "Reviews"

J.K. Rowling's seventh book in the Harry Potter series is Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. A summary for purposes of a book review is as follows: The book opens with Dumbledore having died. Harry reads several obituaries which make him wonder if he ever really knew Dumbledore. Meanwhile, Harry is planning a move to protect himself from Voldemort. Harry is leaving the Dursley's house – they will have to go into hiding as well. Harry is going to temporarily live at the Weasley's house. Voldemort is hoping to capture Harry en route so that Harry is forced to fly with a group of his friends who act as decoy "Harrys." Harry makes it to his destination, with the help of his wand, which is able to fend off Voldemort seemingly by itself. Moody is killed in the chase, though, and George Weasley is injured. After this incident Harry seems to gain an ability to see through Voldemort's eyes. . . . .

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
28th June 2016 | Author: "Reviews"

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is the third book in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter books. For purposes of a book report, the writer can take for granted that the reader understands the characters and plot line and focus solely on reporting a summary of this book. It's Harry Potter's thirteenth birthday and Harry sees a report on television about an escaped prisoner named Sirius Black. Harry takes the Knight Bus back to Diagon Alley in preparation for the start of school. Before boarding the bus he notices a large, black dog. At Diagon Alley, Harry meets Cornelius Fudge, the Minister of Magic, and eventually hooks up with his close friends, Ron and Hermione. In the evening before the group is to go back to Hogwarts, Harry overhears Ron's parents discussing Sirius Black being after Harry. . . . .

His Dark Materials
27th June 2016 | Author: "Reviews"

A book review of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials can be broken out into summaries of the three books that make up the novel. Book I of His Dark Materials is 'The Golden Compass.' His Dark Materials takes place in an alternate Earth-like world. The reader is introduced to the protagonist of the story, Lyra Belacqua, and her “daemon,” Pantalaimon. To Lyra, Daemons are the external manifestations of an individual's soul. Lyra and Pantalaimon save Lord Asriel from being poisoned. Later, they overhear him talking about his work researching "Dust" which peaks their curiosity. . . . .

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