Free Essays on The Best Book I Have Ever Read

  1. Salem

    Book Review I believe that “In the Devil’s Snare” is one of the best book I have ever read. I am not much into history, but learning about witchcraft intrigues me. This book is all about the Salem Witchcraft crisis that occurred in 1692. Mary Beth Norton does an excellent job and explaining the trials...

  2. Wait 'Till Next Year Book Review

    wondering if I can help. And I never know what to write back. How can you answer a question like, "I want to write a sports column, tell me what to do?" Last weekend, I thought of an answer. Just a quick back story: I probably own 800-900 sports books that I've been reading and collecting ever since I...

  3. The Book "Night" by Elie Wiesel

    The book "Night" shows me the Holocaust from a point of view of a child. This book is not easy to read. In fact, this is an extremely difficult book to read and it's not the kind of book you want to read when you're feeling down or having a bad day. Essentially, it's a personal account of a Holocaust...

  4. War Horse

    Emotionally amazing. I could not live without this book!"  Ella from Hampshire. "This was the best book I have ever read. Words can't describe how good it was. Just read it."  Jordan from America. "I thought War Horse was brilliant! It is the most touching book I have ever read, and I would recommend...

  5. BARKER PHASE2

    Johnna Cline CTUO LITR201-1501B-06 Professor Barker 2/15/2015 Define literature in your own words To me literature is written words where you can read about something. Literature can be a poem, play, novel, technical guide, pamphlet, an article on skydiving, and the textbooks from where we derive our...

  6. Energy Bus

    Energy Bus First off I want to start off by saying that The Energy Bus is one of the best books i have ever read and I read lots and lots of books. I just feel like where I am at right now in my life is Not where I want to be and it is a definitie reflection of everything I have gone through in life...

  7. The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight Summary

    Hadley and Oliver, meet against all odds on a modern day flight to England from America. Oliver, is the British boy Hadley never imagined she would ever meet let alone fall head over heels for in such a short period of time. Hadley is the calm to Oliver’s storm but what will happen when Hadley realizes...

  8. Louis L'Amour

    reason that school was invented was to teach children to read and write. That is it. After students were able to read and write then came the math, history, and science. Growing up I loved learning how to read and write, but to a certain degree. After I got pretty good at reading and writing, which I’d say...

  9. English

    The book I have recently read is Killer by Sara Shepard. Killer is about three former best friends Hanna, Spencer, Emily and Aria. They have all come together after finding out their best friend Alison DiLaurentis was murdered. After finding out the tragic news they all have been getting threatening...

  10. Comparison and Contrast of Romeo & Juliet vs. Killing Mr. Griffin

    Ever wish you could read some of the greatest books ever? Well, I actually have. Killing Mr. Griffin and Romeo & Juliet were two of the best books I have ever read. These two have big comparisons and differences, but death seems to be the theme that runs throughout the both of them. In Killing Mr....

  11. E-Readers

    E-readers and e-books may have seemed like a fad, but clearly they are not going anywhere. There are a number of styles and types to pick from; the Nook and Kindle each have various versions and options, for example, based on your budget and your needs. Debate rages about which is the best e-reader, but...

  12. Lit Letter

    January 31, 2013 # 8 Dear Mrs. Johansen, Right now I am reading the realistic fiction novel Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz. This book is about a man named Odd who can see the spirits of the dead. He is living a normal life that changes when a person that he has never seen before and looks quite odd walks...

  13. Roman Civilization Livy Writing Style

    Wrote 142 books about the early Rome up into his present years. The books 1-5 were called The Early History of Rome. As I read Livy chapters 1-5 multiple question came to mind, which made me a little confused. The writing style of Livy is very hard to understand for me. One minute he may have my attention...

  14. paper.

    My mom once told me that when you read something you don't feel is interesting it will lead you to disliking reading. Most people read boring, un-interesting things more then interesting things, think about a time in your life thats happened . I liked reading until I was in sixth grade where my teacher...

  15. hello my father brother mother

    adversity. I totally empathized with his hustling and lying at points to get ahead in a world so poised against him. the main thing I liked about the book was his VERY HUMAN side, his compassion for himself, his pain he suffered at being poor, mostly fatherless, black, dirty, hungry, uneducated. I loved it...

  16. My Journey to the Lighthouse

    close friends, and the interaction between them. She writes with exquisite fineness, by capturing each single moment and making it a grand epic. The book is divided into three parts: The Window, Time Passes and The Lighthouse, with the tremendous focus on the first and the third. At the very beginning...

  17. Football Genius

    The book I read is called Football Genius by Tim Green. This book was not a Newberry winner but I think it should have been. The main character of this book is named Troy, and he lives in Atlanta, Georgia. His main goal is to help the Falcons go all the way to the Super Bowl this year. One day my mom...

  18. Books

    education of the human brain thru sensory root of vision... sometimes touch" I am sure you all must have heard this definition in the movie 3 idiots. yes this is the dictionary definition for a book. But in reality a book is much much simpler than this. Today my speech is all going to be about persuade...

  19. Angela

    The Beginning of a New World  Ever since I was little, I loved reading. Before the bus came every morning, I would sit  with my mom, and we would enter a new world of fantasy.  I never stopped reading even when  the school year ended. Especially during the summer I always managed to save time from sports  ...

  20. hhhh

    failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.” ~Winston Churchill “Whenever I hear, ‘It can’t be done,’ I know I’m close to success.” ~Michael Flatley My father always told me, "Find a job you love and you'll never have to work a day in your life.” ~Jim Fox “Excellence is not a skill. It is an attitude...

  21. A Farewell to Arms

    the best books I have ever read, then A Farewell to Arms is Truth. I simply cannot believe that these books existed so long without my knowledge of how grand they are. I consider myself to read constantly, more than almost anyone I know, literature and simple, and here in less than a month I read two...

  22. "A Rock and a Hard Place" book review

    I have just finished the autobiography "A Rock and a Hard Place", by Anthony Godby Johnson, a then fourteen year old boy. This is one of the best school - related books I have read yet. It is a tale of a boy's life from being beaten and sexually abused to finding a new loving family to take care of him...

  23. Rules by: Cynthia Lord: a Book That Has Changed My Life

    Rules The book Rules by Cynthia Lord has had a major impact on my life since the first time I read it which was in 5th grade. This book is about a 12 year old girl named Catherine who is just looking for a normal life, but is very hard to find while dealing with a brother with autism and a family who...

  24. Jane Eyer

    Eyre" was, undoutebly, one of the best books I have ever read. The story follows a plain, orphaned girl through her life--from living with evil and unloving Aunt Reed to falling in love with Mr. Rochestor, the mysterious owner of Thornfield Hall. Not only does this book cover every genre (romance, drama...

  25. Essay

    Ransom Extra-credit book review Imagine racing to the bus, anxious to get home, after a long day of school. Only to realize the substitute bus driver passes the last stop. I read Ransom by, Lois Duncan. The genre of this book would be a thriller/suspense and the setting would take place in...

  26. Auto Biography

    Although I never had any interest in reading ever since I was a child, I was read a lot of books. My favorite book my mom read to me was “Bike Riding”. It was about a little girl who couldn’t ride her new bike that she got for her birthday because it didn’t have training wheels. I loved that book because...

  27. The Story of an Hour

    I come from a rather literary family. My grandfather was a professor at Yale who wrote books on everything from outwitting the Gestapo to translating the work of Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir. My mother and father carried on the tradition by writing their own books; one a collection of short stories...

  28. Book Report

    Have you ever heard of or even owned a kissing book? The character in my book has. My book is <u>Don't Get Caught in the Girls Locker Room</u> by Todd Strasser. It is for kids all ages. Its ZPD range is 5.5-7.2. This book is easily read book, although there is some tough vocabulary. Kyle...

  29. Reading

    1. One of the best books a teacher read to me was a book called The Master Puppeteer. To be honest, I really hated the book when I read it. However the teacher who read the book to our class was one of my best teachers I’ve ever had so it was pretty fun even though the book itself was boring to me. ...

  30. Alisha S Book Narrative

    My Favorite Read By: Alisha Uchegbu At first I had to think about this and really dig deep “What is my favorite read”. I had to think back a couple of years thinking of all the books I have read, but then it came down to one of my most favorite...