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Thursday, December 9, 2010

Garryson Ridgely

James Patterson
Where the Wind Blows
I think that the theme of this book is that even if you are struggling with problems, never give up. The night is the darkest just before dawn. There are kids in the book that are genetically altered to have wings and superhuman traits, and they escape from the school where they were being operated on. They are all changed for life, but they adapt to their new forms and don't give up hope even when they are being hunted by the ones who took them captive in the first place. The setting affects the characters mood, because a lot of where they are is damp and dark areas. This could give them more of a reason to give up, but instead they do not.


  1. I have not read this book but it sounds very interesting. I like the theme that you chose: even if you are struggling with problems, never give up. It seems like it fits almost every situation in life and applies to everyone. Are the characters in your book struggling with a lot of problems?

  2. This has the same theme as my book that you really shouldnt ever give up even when things seem hopeless.


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