Thursday, February 22, 2018
This song has a very melodic tune that the lyrics follow, accompanied by the uptempo back-beat that gives the music an unique touch. The lyrics are explicit, but the meanings behind them are deep and convey the problems on both ends of a relationship.
This book is overall one of my most favorites. I instantly fell in love with it in just a few pages. It is a book I recommend to all teenage girls because the main character goes through struggles that many teenage girls have gone through or experienced, or relate to. It also give a visual of a common conflict-driven novel.
(Miss Jennie's note: This book was originally published as "North to Freedom" in America.)
At least Paul's still alive... right?
But at the core of the book, To Kill a Mockingbird is a coming-of-age story, fueled not by the events surrounding Maycomb but rather the people inside of it. It's an enjoyable read that forces its reader to grow as much as Scout does. All in all, this is an interesting book that I would recommend to people of all ages.
My sister described it as "good" as in "it's amazing like every other Marvel movie." I'd say she's exactly right, but the thing is that every Marvel movie tells a different story. When asking what the theme was while watching, I was torn between how everyone makes bad choices or if it's how your parents or where you come from matters at all if you want to be accepted.
P.S. If you go in theaters, stay til the very end as there are two after credit scenes.