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Sparks es chispa, lo que inicia el fuego.

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I hope Lina and Doon dupray up, though. Retrieved from ” https: Even the mystery that comes up in the song about the lost city lacks teeth, as they resolve its solution nearly immediately after it is posed. I think sometimes it is easy, as an adult, to say that a message is heavy-handed, but something like this can be mind-blowing to a kid who may be encountering these ideas for the first time.

The story resumes after the evacuation of Ember, an underground city, which has been cut dupru from the surface for more than years. So many different things that could happen in a story at any moment! They went there separate spqrks and came b I really enjoyed the simplified concepts of war in this book.

The People of Sparks

The City of Ember. She undertakes a journey to one of the old cities in the hopes of finding something akin to the drawing she made in the first book.

So happy he left, This book was so much better than the first one. They were so wise and lovable. Sep 15, Kathy jsanne it really liked it Shelves: Me gusto mucho The City of Ember That’s what makes it hard.


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It’s nice that you learn small bits about the “disaster” but that is not the focus of the book. I wish this didn’t preach quite so much, but I will read the last book in the trilogy because I want to see where it goes.

As in the first book, I’m fairly sure DuPrau was writing with a movie in mind–and as with the first, it felt a bit cheap and hole-y for this. In conclusion, I really enjoyed reading this book. At the end of the book, Doon manages to construct a simple electric circuitbased on a science book found in an old heap of books. The people of Sparks were very confused and concerned when they saw all of the people walking around there village. From those 31 pages I can already see that it has similarly immature language and that there’s going to be a number of lessons to be learned while reading this book.

The book had many themes but the main one would be that it takes hard work and determination to reach goals. As this happens, Doon Harrow sees that Torren is trapped in the burning tree by the building, rushes in, and bravely saves him before he catches fire. I enjoyed the parts where Lina when off away from the town exploring better and found them more interesting.

Doon serves as the reader’s guide to watching two struggling groups of people dealing with hardships and sacrifices as the Emberites are taught about life in the new world and how to survive above ground.

Being good is hard. Tick Hassler urges them to attack the market stalls, seize food, and run, which some of them do. Now that I’m back home and not having to worry gfnte how unwieldy my book is I’ll be going back to the mutant-sized one. Book of Ember 4 books.


La Gente de Sparks

Lina and Doon have emerged to the new world above, and it isn’t long before they are followed by the other inhabitants of Ember.

Book of Ember 2. I mean it’s never named, but I couldn’t figure out what dparks would have been in the real world.

I really enjoyed reading this book. But, the people of Sparks, and conversely, the people of Ember, are close-minded and quite stereotypical of one another. Ben threatens to ‘fire’ on them, but Tick and his men charge at the gun, not knowing what it is. While it is true that the Emberites are ignorant of many things such as l, which become a big plot point that is not dealt with particularly realisticallyit’s also clear that they have their own special knowledge, and yet they act demoralized and the people of Sparks act superior from the get-go.

I think I preferred Sparks because the plot and dynamic was more interesting to think about. If I could give this book 6 stars, I would. And this book is, in its djprau way, about the difficulty and rewards of politics. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.