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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Alyssa's Blog

The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time.
Mark Haddon
Page 5

Well, as I started to read the book the first thing it was talking about, was how a boy named Christopher John Francis Boone was wondering around and discovered a dog that was laying at an akward angle, because it had a garden fork some how pinning it to the ground. So that really interested me because I wanted to know why it was like that. As I read further Christopher had found out the dog was his neighbors. The neighbor walked out of the house and started yelling at him. Christopher didnt like the yelling, so he let go of the dog, backed away, and covered his ears and put his head on the ground. He claimed the grass was cool and it felt good. Christopher had wanted to write a book. Not a biblical book or anything like that, but a mystery book. I hope to find out that the dog being found like that was in his story, and its an important piece to it. Not that he had really found a dog that way. Something like that could do some damage to a person. I know I wouldnt like it all that much.

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