Friday, May 12, 2017

Blog Post number 8

Literary Term Entries:

     Narrator/ Point of View:
          The Narrator/Point Of View in the Book "The Lost Hero," it's first person, and the narrator changes from chapter to chapter, the narrator of each chapter ranges from Jason, to Piper, to Leo. I say this because the narrator(s) use words such as the word I. It's also first person because you can see well... "read" the character's thoughts.

     Mood: The sorts of emotions that are giving to me in "The Lost Hero," are heartwarming, sympathy, joy, anger, disgust, romantic/romance, and in makes me stay in awe. I say this because it heartwarming and so romantic when the main characters interact. For example, the authors uses actions and words so powerful that make you feel like they're going to be a "thing." Sympathy because Piper is going through a tough decision that makes her pick between her friends or her dad. Anger and disgust because of the Cabin Leader that tries to make Piper's Life tough. I makes me stay in awe when the battles begin. For example, Leo fighting 3 cyclops and defeating them while still being able to save Jason and Piper.

     Tone: The Tone of the author in the book "The Lost Hero," was a mix of feelings. From anger to joy. I say this because in the Piper and Drew interactions, the author added drama and anger. Joy in when the three main character's interact. It's either from in the beginning when you get introduced into the new characters, and from when they all escape the cyclop's "attack. These are some of example in the tone of the author, ranging depending on the events.

Friday, April 28, 2017

Blog Post 7

     While reading "The Lost Hero," I noticed a similarity in both real life and inside the book. In both books real world places and events are shown. For example, they mention Chicago which is in actual real life. This can be shown on page 225. They also, well, the show is about Greek Gods (and Roman because I want to say their the same but the God and Goddess change depending on their realm form. This can be proven by page 223. It shows how the God Changed from his Greek form to his Roman form. Another similarity is how the main character has a friend who knows French, and I have a friend that knows French... just some similarities that I've found while reading the book "The Lost Hero."

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Blog Post #6

Definitions- Choose five unfamiliar words and define them.  If you know all of the words: find five words that you find interesting, define them, and describe why you think they are interesting

1. Word: Kaleidoscope
       Page #4
         Definition: Constantly changing pattern or sequence of Objects or Elements

2. Word: Amnesiac
       Page # 7
         Definition: Partial or Total loss of memory

3. Word: Ravines
       Page # 12
         Definition: A deep narrow valley

4. Word: Throttle 
       Page # 14
         Definition: Attack or Kill by choking or strangling 

5. Word: Satyr
       Page # 20
         Definition: Half goat half man creature from Greek Mythology 

6. Word: Fuan
       Page # 20
         Definition: Half Goat, half human creature from Roman Mythology.

7. Word: Ventus
       Page # 21
         Definition: A storm spirit

8. Word: Brandished 
       Page # 120
         Definition: Wave or Flourish

9. Word: Solstice
       Page # 125
         Definition: When the sun has reached the highest or lowest point in the sky at noon

10. Word: Hearth
       Page # 1281
         Definition: Floor of a Fire Place

Friday, February 17, 2017

Blog Post #4

Page 317,
                    "He shouted her name again, in his mind he saw Chuck, falling on the ground, covered in blood, and Newt's bulging eyes. Three of the closets friends he'd ever had. And WICKED had taken them all away from him."

                    I picked this paragraph because this is some of the most "important" moments in Thomas's life. His friend Chuck death was in the first book, Thomas grieved even more because he promised Chuck that he would see his mother. Chuck's death was to protect Thomas. A knife was being thrown at Thomas, and Chuck jumped in the saved Thomas's life by ending his own. Newt's death was in this book, it was when he was in a Crank-life Stage where he was going to pure pain by not being able to keep his Sanity due to him being affected by "The Flare." Newt begged Thomas to kill him, so that he wouldn't be living the life he had, he didn't want to be a full on Crank. So Thomas shot Newt, and told No one, because he couldn't even look at what he had done to Newt. "Her name" was Teresa. This also happened in the same book. The maze was full of explosions, pieces and chunks of the roof was just falling all over the place. Long story short, she dies by pushing Thomas out of the way of a huge chunck of roof falling onto him, so Teresa dies saving Thomas. These are the reasons of why I picked this passage.

Thursday, February 2, 2017

5 Questions that popped into my head while reading the books...

  1. Did "The Rat Man" know he had the flare?
  2. Did "The Right Arm" want to stop WICKED or destroy WICKED?
  3. Did Teresa follow along with WICKED because she didn't want to make the sacrament?
  4. Who knew about the final Sacrifice?
  5. Did Tomas truly become a murdere?