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How glorious is authored destiny!

On my bed, I read The City of Ember. It’s a hard-bound copy, taped and sealed with a promise of a light darkness. To mark my passage across its pages is a deep, velvet red leather bookmark embossed with the words, … 270 more words


Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Really Liked but Can't Remember Much About

I’m back with participating in Top Ten Tuesday now being hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.┬áThis week’s theme is those books that you love, but for the life of you, you really cannot remember much about those books due to time eroding information from your mind. 569 more words

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About The City of Ember: A Setting Analysis

Quick Summary

The City of Ember is a book that is about a city underground that has been there for nearly 200 years and for the many decades in the past a huge generator has sustained the needs of the residents of the City of Ember. 979 more words

Literary Analysis

The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau (Book of Ember #1)

Genre: MG, Dystopian
Page #: 270
Publisher: Yearling
Published in: 2003

Official Synopsis

Many hundreds of years ago, the city of Ember was created by the Builders to contain everything needed for human survival. 191 more words


The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau

Imagine a city, set deep underground, with a breaking generator, low on supplies, surrounded by darkness. Now imagine that you found an old, broken up letter that seems to be giving instructions to something. 483 more words

Book Review

Reading Update: From YA to Verbal Gymnastics

Greetings! I apologize for uploading this blog post two days behind my set schedule. I took some Me time Thursday to make ravioli from scratch with friends, then go to the movies. 535 more words