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Wen Pengjun Pengjun de Goalpota, West Bengal, India de Goalpota, West Bengal, India

Lecteur Wen Pengjun Pengjun de Goalpota, West Bengal, India

Wen Pengjun Pengjun de Goalpota, West Bengal, India

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Effrayant. Rapide. Je l'ai fait pour moi. J'obtiens l'angle féministe sous-jacent. Je ne suis pas sûr de vouloir relire ceci. Note aux nouveaux lecteurs: vous devriez essayer de perdre vos idées préconçues que vous pourriez avoir de cette œuvre après avoir vu l'une des interprétations cinématographiques. Ces scénaristes et réalisateurs ont eu la liberté de jouer avec les intrigues et de rassembler d'autres idées. C'est l'œuvre originale à partir de laquelle ces films sont basés, et donc toutes les comparaisons critiques que vous pouvez lire entre un livre et un film sont injustes (à mon avis) pour Abraham Stoker.

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Just a lovely book about growing up, the loss of the security of childhood, friendship and family. Elise lives with her Aunt and Uncle, an orphan at 3 when her father dies (her mother died in childbirth). She is surrounded by loving adults and a friend who loves her and who she loves with no bounds. All this changes when they start middle school, the transition from fifth grade to sixth, much rougher than anyone would think. Bullies, being ashamed of friends, not knowing who she wants to be, Elise hates going to school. Surely, everything will change when she turns 12. But the day after 11 feels just like the day before, with one change: the first of 8 keys appear that will open the eight locked doors in the barn that may help her become the person she is meant to be. I absolutely loved this book- the feeling of shame when Elise turns against her friend, the despair of meeting her nemesis every morning at their locker, the teasing and bullying no one else seems to see or hear- it all rings so true. Elise needs to find her way and the love of the people around her help to form the path she will travel. It's also funny and light in a number of places and adults reading it will remember all too well the joy of playing in leaves and chasing each other with swords made out of branches. Kids may find a character that will help them find options to the horrors encountered in a middle school hallway.