Hi my name is Patrick Boyd!
I am only 16, and will be 16 till December 5th. I play football for Trinity and for the Ottawa Myers Riders in the OVFL (Ontario Varsity Football League). This past summer we won the Provincial Championship. The last book I have read was 'Sniper Elite: One way Trip'. My plans for Post-Secondary Education are to take Communications at whatever school I commit to for football as I am being recruited by many.
Scarlet Letter group! Let's learn! (Don't know what else to say. I'd like to learn about the women in that time)
I want to read Frankenstein
Let's flashback to grade nine for a moment. Does everyone remember "Of mice and Men" by John Steinbeck? No matter what you say I enjoyed the 1930's Great Depression setting of the book and the interesting characters who survived within it. With that being said I'm super excited to see what "The Grapes of Wrath" has to offer.
Please join me and let me read the book!
Hey everyone, guess what group this is! That's right (or wrong), our literacy group will be exploring 1984 by George Orwell. After thoroughly discussing and analysing the plot of the novel, and considering everyone's interests, there appears to be a consensus to select this novel. The dystopian plot makes way for an interesting read and because of it's heated topic, will be a good novel for upcoming projects such as the comparative essay. Cheers!
Oh boy, wonderful explanation. Count me in on this exhilarating and possibly life changing experience!
I have heard some good opinions about this book and I have not read it in the past, so I am sure this will be a great read and an excellent book to write my essay on.
I'd like to read 1984 too
Oh wowee this, this novel sound like an experience in its own. I would love to join this group and share this astounding novel with you amazing people!
Hi everyone, who plans to read <i>The Crucible</i>? It's about the Salem witch trials, which are a great example of mass hysteria. (Any other fans of sociology here?)
Yup, so I know Tiara is interested in reading DJaMH as well, so we have our little group of 2 people. I think everyone else already picked their books, but you are welcome to join if a "bipolar disorder mystery" is intriguing to you. It's got some chemistry-ish-science in there as well since one of the characters is a doctor and everything.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.