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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Honey, Baby, Sweetheart
Deb Caletti
Pg. 151
This book is told in first person, from the character Ruby McQueen. As I'm reading this book the tone really stands out. Whatever Ruby is feeling towards something I can tell where she's coming from and why she is acting that way. The way the author sets the tone fro Ruby makes it very effective towards the plot. the way Ruby acts towards other people in the book effect each persons' decision's. Sometimes she is totally carefree and is up for anything, and then other times she is in a total panic state and doesn't like the situation. The way the author describes these situations really makes the reader fell what the character feels and want to read more. As a reader, I do want to read more because the author creates this supenseful feeling that lasts throughout the book, and I want to know the result of it.

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