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Room by Emma Donoghue :A confined life through the spectacle of a five year old

Narration is the voice of a novel. In most novels the story, behaviour of its characters and its setup entirely revolves around the narrator. Some authors choose an anonymous narration and some uses the voice and thoughts of the protagonists. 323 more words

Emma Donoghue

Normal; A book that is anything but

My rating: 5 stars (out of 5)

Room by Emma Donoghue was an amazing book, narrating the fictional story of an abductor and his abductee from the point of view of their child (who was born into captivity inside a locked box).  234 more words

Ellen's Book Reviews

Book Review: Room by Emma Donoghue

This book has left me emotionally scarred and disturbed, but there is no denying the literary masterpiece that is Room.

Emma Donoghue really embodied what Jack was and how he thought, although the type of narration could be confusing, it worked so beautifully with a story that is so dark. 410 more words


Summer Reading

You guys, I have a confession: I’m obsessed with books. I can’t stop buying them. And since a lot of my friends like the same books as I do we’re constantly sharing books and even held a very successful book swap last summer. 563 more words

Books And Book Reviews

Book Review-Room By Emma Donoghue

This book has been sitting on my shelf for a number of months, staring at me, telling me to read it but I have always had other books lined up first. 533 more words


Day 6: Last Book Read

I recently read Room by Emma Donoghue. I had read some pretty nice reviews of it, so  had been wanting to get my hands on it for a while. 665 more words


Room by Emma Donoghue

Blurb: Joseph Fritzl inspired story told from the perspective of a five year old boy who is being held captive in a small room with his mother. 159 more words