If I could talk to the author of this text what would I ask about or comment on? How come you made Adam fall away for awhile. And how come you made him just give up and just leave his family behind. I had a hard time getting through that part. I know it's real life and all but it just really bothered me a lot.
What is the most important word in the text and why? Probably something on finding his own way in life. There are lots of good words explaining the story to you but then again the story just explains it in more detail. Going and finding what he should do with his life was probably most encouraging though. You should always be independent in your own life.
Which passage in the text would I consider most significant or most important and why? Adam is trying to do the things in his life based on what his step mom wants instead of what he wants. He isn't to close to his dad and he hardly knows anything about his real mom. The most significant thing that happened probably was when he left his home to go to his moms grandparents to live. He wanted to find out more and so he persued the goal by going to his grandparents.
Which character changed the most in this text? How did the character change? What did I learn about that character in watching that change? The most that changed was Adam. He changed in many ways. Became independent on what he believed. He went and found answers and forgave others. At the ending of the story he began to fall apart and started falling away from the church. But when his lover, Brianna, came and found him and talked to him with the rest of the family, he knew he was loved. He knew what he wanted to do. I learned to keep going and try to find out about myself and to never loose faith.”
Lacee H wrote this review Wednesday, May 18, 2011.