If you're intrigued by certain statements ...........write your response...etc.
There is a whole lot that I find fascinating. For example: Let's see....Well I really like how the author chooses the ways of the characters words and conversations. I also like the way the author uses specific ways of showing or telling the story. The way the characters talk is as if they would add something similar to what they say just to make it more recognizable. Furthermore, some statements are familiar. Some I might have heard somewhere, I am not sure but some do sound familiar.
Make connections with your own experience. What does the reading make you think of? Does it remind you of anything or anyone?
When reading this book a lot comes to mind. Since this is like a horror or something else, I am not really certain, a lot of evil or horror things would pop up into my mind. Things like a tattooed guy with spikes on his head for example. A strange boy being strangled by an insanely crazy guy who has no possible reason in the world to give in strength to strangle the poor bewildered suffocated boy. And much more.
Describe the author's point of view. How does the author's attitude shape the way the writer presents the material? How does the authors use of language help to set a mood, setting or feeling?
The authors uses different ways of talking, as to the characters and the reading. The author uses very descriptive words and different ways of describing something a specific character would say. As in when the author uses many ways to say something. The author goes from things to things and the fact that you do understand what it is saying but hard to explain. The words, the emotions, the concepts, the settings are very understandable but hard to explain. What I am trying to say is that it uses examples of other things to try to put it into it's "words."
Make connections with other texts or concepts or events. Do you see any similarities between this text (concepts, events) and other texts (concepts, events)? Does it bring to mind other related issues?
Actually, No I don't. Every event, every concept that I have read so far has nothing in common with each other. Each one has a different purpose to why does that event or concept happens. Each one has a reason and a meaning to why it is there. So for me, so far I see nothing in common. Other related issues? No it really doesn't bring any other related issues to mind when I think about it.