Most of the books contain a brief synopsis of the book, which has been copied from Amazon. All of the books are available at Amazon. You must choose one book from the list below to read and write about in your third paper the research paper. You must submit you book and your proposed topic no later than the end of class on Tuesday.
Each Monday starting July 5 three major events will happen that can impact your game. One event type will advance your game and the other two event types will delay you.
If you arrive in this state any time in that next week, you will be able to either skip over one state to in your move west OR travel eastbound to any landmark located east of your current location.
In order to take advantage of this opportunity you must declare that you are using the flight hub and where you are going before the end of the week. If you are selected, then you will not be able to advance to a new state until the following Monday.
You can finish your current book but will not be able to start a new book until your travel restriction is lifted. If you have bad luck, you may be delayed multiple times throughout the game but no player will be given back-to-back delays.
Two states will be randomly selected as blackout states each Monday. This means that for that week, you will be unable to travel through that state. If you are already in that state when the weather warning occurs, you may finish your book for that state but you may not start your book for the next state until the blackout is over.
If you are adjacent to that state and want to travel through it, you must either wait until the end of the week OR find a alternate route.
You can only read one book at a time. Please keep track of your own score on this page.
You can start a thread for yourself by posting a comment with your name. Then each time you return to update, just hit reply to your original comment with the mini review and score update.
I will double check all scores. Books must be over pages and no graphic novels allowed. To win this prize you must a reach the West coast AND b have the highest number of points among all those who also reach the west coast.
If you have the most points but fail to reach a West coast state by end of game September 30 you win a big fat nothing. Gag gift to the person who is selected the most for travel delays.
To qualify you have to have completed a minimum of one book. You do not have to complete the challenge to win this prize:goals must be achievable, and detailed and carefully through out.
it should not be something that is made on an impulse. Things like i want to loss weight or i am going to get all A's. Carter 3 Taylor Carter December 12, A6 Krygier The Bluest Eye The Bluest Eye is a tragic story about a young girl black girl, named Pecola Pecola’s life is told from the point of views of herself, Claudia, and an omniscient narrator.
Essay about Memoirs of a Geisha and the Bluest Eye - Comparison Essay of Memoirs of a Geisha and the Bluest Eye Memoirs of a Geisha by Aurthor Golden and The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison are two thought provoking books with a unique style of writing.
I read the book The Bluest Eye, by author is Toni Morrison. The book is from the African American Genre and the copyright date is The book, The Bluest Eye, is about a young African American girl named Pecola Breedlove.
• Bluest Eye, The, by Toni Morrison • Bone People, The, by Keri Hulme ** • Bonfire of the Vanities, • Memoirs of a Geisha, by Arthur Golden • Memory Keeper’s Daughter, The, by Kim Edwards ("fantastically evocative"), possibly for comparison with A Stolen Life by Jaycee Dugard (the memoir) • Rule of Four, The, by Ian.
Jul 13, · Memoirs of a Geisha – Arthur Golden Great Apes – Will Self Enduring Love – Ian McEwan Underworld – Don DeLillo The Bluest Eye – Toni Morrison Goalie’s Anxiety at the Penalty Kick – Peter Handke I found it funny how few of the s/latter s i had read in comparison to the s.
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