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Friday, April 1, 2011

Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand pg. 348 My favorite character in this book is Louie, the main character. Throughout the book several new characters were introduced, but since it was during war, Louie didn't see them for a long period of time, so I didn't get to know others as well. I like to see all the things he has experienced and the way he handled them. He changed so much from when he was a kid to after the war, and that is very interesting. Louie is nice to people, and he is also very competitive. He ran track in the Olympics. I like him because he likes a lot of the things I like. I also like how he handles different situations. He always stays calm and is thankful for everything he has no matter what situation he is in. I would definitely want some of the traits he has. He is strong because he went through so much in POW camps, and that is a trait I would like to have. It might sound weird, but he reminds me of Kenny Chesney. I went to a concert of his recently, and they sound a lot alike. They both grew up in a regular town and became famous for what they had done. They both also show content with their lives and are thankful for what they have. Kenny does this with his music, while Louie does it through any situation he is in, especially while talking to other people.

1 comment:

  1. I think it's strange that the character in your book was an olympic runner and also in the army. I liked your connection with Kenney Chesney, and it sounds like you are right on with it.


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