jackson muniz
I've always loved literature. When I begin a new book, I am expose to many emotions. The fear of unknown or the picture of a real situation mirrored in real life protracted by talented imagination in words. Long for being the characters is What I consider a fantastic book. I love the way a skilled author chains our curiosity to find out the end of history. A few books make live wonderful adventures and introduce me odd and interesting characters like J.K.K Tolkien. He lived in 20th century, fought the first great war, but The Hobbit and Lord of Rings trilogy fascinate me until these days.
Feb 16, 2021 11:38 PM
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I've always loved literature. When I begin a new book, I am exposed to many emotions. The fear of the unknown or the picture of a real situation mirrored in real life depicted by a talented imagination in words. To make me long to be the characters makes what I consider a fantastic book. I love the way a skilled author chains our curiosity to find out the end of the story. A few books bring to life wonderful adventures and introduce me to odd and interesting characters like J.K.K Tolkien. He lived in the 20th century, fought the first great war, but The Hobbit and the Lord of Rings trilogy still fascinate me today.
Feb 16, 2021 11:52 PM
I've always loved literature. When I begin a new book, I am exposed to many emotions: the fear of the unknown or the picture of a real situation mirrored in real life depicted by a talented imagination in words. A longing to be one of the characters is what makes a fantastic book. (When I long to be one of the characters, I consider that a fantastic book). I love the way a skilled author captures our curiosity . A few authors have (created such) wonderful adventures and have introduced me to (such) odd and interesting characters as J.K.K Tolkien. He lived in 20th century, fought the first great war (in World War I), but The Hobbit and the Lord of Rings trilogy fascinate me to this day.
"to find out the end of history" is unclear. Do you mean "captures our curiosity through to the end of the story"?
Feb 16, 2021 11:51 PM
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jackson muniz
Language Skills
English, Portuguese
Learning Language
English