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I liked reading about the people of Ember seeing sun for the first time, figuring out that it rises and sets–and green grass–and finding fruit growing in the wild Doon saves the life of one of the people in danger, while Lina is the first to rush in and help fight the fires the fighting has sparked no pun intended. It is highly exciting, it kept me reading with a heart that beat faster than usual, wanting gfnte know how it all would end, feeling all the basic and even more complicated emotions in my heart as I went through the pages.
R9 1 1 Apr 20, In Sparks there are some rather significant changes to the plot dynamics which allow for some intriguing new commentary on humanity and social interactions. I liked that pages through the book, I still didn’t know what would happen between the People of Ember the “cavepeople,” it made me think of Fred Flintstone every time I read that and the People of Sparks.
Other books in the series. She lives in California, where it’s easy to grow everything from apples to zinnias. In the morning, this group enters the square, followed by the rest of the people of Ember. While it is true that the Emberites are ignorant of many things such as seasons, 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.
Jeanne DuPrau spends several hours of every day at her computer, thinking up sentences. Feb 09, Berna rated it really liked it.
A small step taken by two very humane, young characters, with their own setbacks and mistakes and fears, but they gather enough courage to make their small steps. I enjoyed City of Ember as a fun, quick YA read, but this sequel is just as entertaining, while also being profoundly thought-provoking and insightful. As Ben tries to lower it and shoot at the crowd, the age and poor storage of the machine gun and its ammunition cause it to explode.
They were so wise and lovable. And I found the “lesson” of the story at times too heavy handed and simplistic.
I liked the way Lina and Doon both carried on through this book. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
La Gente de Sparks
The second book showed the struggle of the Emberites to learn, adapt, and live in the new world they are now in. But after that time is up, they all have to go. 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.
So she keeps doing it. In gete, I really enjoyed reading this book. Oct 07, Holly rated it dupprau liked it Recommends it for: But, to her credit, I usually agree with her values avoiding crowd mentality, being tolerant, solving problems non-violently and the story is exciting enough anyways. The apocalypse is only two centuries past; surely someone besides the two young heroes of the first book, Lina and Doon, would have some notion of cooperation?
Y es el dduprau a donde los habitantes de Ember llegan tras salir de la tierra hacia la luz. The book The People of Sparks was genye well thought out and detailed with many different twists and turns that you would never imagine.
En momentos me molestaba con los habitantes de Sparks porque, seamos honestos, son los nuevos, no los conozco tan bien Book of Ember 2. I really liked this book and when I first started it I read really far in because it just kept leading me into it.
Mar 14, Clara Biesel rated it it was amazing. And I like how the story flowed.
I managed 31 pages before I met my friend at the train station. If I had one problem with these books, it would be that I suspect the authour starts writing the books with a “what values can I leave the readers with? Incidentally, I was very surprised to see so many mediocre reviews on this book!
Those who enjoy young adult lit. Adults can still enjoy it with its fluid writing and its deeper themes.
The People of Sparks (Book of Ember, #2) by Jeanne DuPrau
But they agree on walks, naps, and trips in the car to surprise destinations. Jeanne DuPrau doesn’t have children, but she has two nephews, a niece, and a dog.
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. Pearl’s Fateful Wish Was DuPrau a school teacher before becoming a writer? Because I intended to know what happens next, I picked the second book right away.