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    So far the plot in “The house on mango street” talks about the different moves that Sandra’s family has had over the years and that their parents told them that one day they would have a huge white house and that they would not need To say that they would take a bath or to ask for it would be their home since they were in very old apartments and…Read More

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  • So far the plot in the book “The house on Mango Street” I read the part where the girl talks about everything that happened during their moves that they had to go through in order to get to the house on mango street, a house that her parents had promised her and her family to be able to live better since previous houses were very very old and had…Read More

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    So far, the theme in La casa en Mango street reminds me of something experienced. When I was in Mexico there was a place where they sell things and it is called the food market and its streets were called for fruits and vegetables as well as the street of the magician that they represent in the book and it is something funny but it was fun to say…Read More

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    So far, the book Clasicos Juveniles In this book the anthology of terror specifies how terrifying scares and at the same time attracts, that is why man has always sought to give artistic form to that relationship of repulsion and attraction. Reading the story of this genre allows us to know, recognize and master that fear that does not come from…Read More

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    So far,the theme in Traveling through the Earth reminds me of another text,in climate changes these two are similar in my book it talks about some children who go on a school trip to Mount Randall and see many things but especially they come and explain in detail what the layers of the earth are and also what they produce as climate changes to…Read More

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    So far, the theme in simple verses reminds me of something I experienced. In my book there is a verse that is very true, a woman is very strong and the more you hurt her the stronger her soul and her heart will be and I have experienced it throughout my life my heart has broken sometimes but I always get up stronger and with a big smile as we can…Read More

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    • Hey Andrea Your book sounds interesting to me because you are saying that the woman is stronger and if she hurts more she is more stronger.When I read your post it make me thing when my heart is broken and my sister or my mom tells me don’t be like that you are stronger and her words are what help me.
      • Hello Andrea
        Me gusta mucho tu texto y como lo explicas, tambien que dices que tuviste una experencia sobre algo relacionado con tu libro espero haya sido buena como te dije me gusto mucho tu…

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      So far, the Author of the book when writing about the book “Simple Verses” he inspires you with each of them also so far those that I have read have very good verses they are so perfectly good and rhyme very well I really liked a verse that talks about how the people love and see life and that it is a flower that we know will soon leave and die…Read More

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      • Hi andrea your book sounds interesting to me because your explanation is complex. When I read your post, it made me think about I want to read that book. One thing I’m wondering is where can I find that book?
        • I agree! The flower is a thought-provoking metaphor for people in our lives.
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          So far, the plot in Nocturno Belfegor reminds me of something I experienced that while reading the book I realized that as farkas tells sergio how much fear you can bear, I start to think that in truth I have lived times when I really felt a lot of fear and I wonder how much I can bear?

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          • Andrea, What an important observation and question! May I ask what you and Farkas do to manage fear?
              • In order to control my fear, I have to first think about something positive and think that everything will be fine.
              • Andrea your post is interesting because you experience and describiste reading you book, is cool.
                • Andrea your post is interesting because lo descriviste fine and reading you book>
                  • Hey andrea your book sounds interesting to me because you experienced something while you were reading you book. When I read your post, it made me think about something I experienced before. One thing I’m wondering is why Frank tells Sergio how much fear you can bear.
                    • Andrea, In the time you’ve been here, you’ve liked the book you’re reading?
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                      So far, the , the plot in The easiest thing is to complicate everything reminds me of something that I myself have experienced in life almost daily in this book Marta Piedra, the author tells us with humor and sarcasm when reminding us of everyday situations that begin with ourselves because Even the simplest, we complicated it myself, I…Read More

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                      In my reading today In The Art of Happiness Cutler invites us to immerse ourselves in a series of private conversations he had with the Dalai Lama through which he tried to clarify “how we can lead a happier life.” The author complements these conversations with interesting observations and comments from his Western psychiatrist perspective.

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                      • Hello Andrea, your book sounds interesting to me because she says that she got a conversation with Dalai I hope and continue reading on this topic of how to lead a happier life.
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                        In my book today I was reading about In The Six Pillars of Self-esteem (2011), Nathaniel Branden invites us to discover the reasons why high self-esteem is essential to have a healthy psychological life and achieve that our social relationships are completely satisfactory .

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                        In my book “The Ego Trap” he explores the slippery field of what we call “the self.” It reveals many factors that shape our sense of self, including brain functions, society, culture, and technological changes, and it introduces the key philosophical questions behind our ideas about identity, soul, and free will.

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                        Hello everyone, today I will tell you a little about my book El explandor. The story has as its protagonist a frustrated writer without any success who has to go to look after a hotel in winter, and decides to go with his family. It’s a way to earn some money while you have enough time to work on your new book. What at first appears to be a boring…Read More

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                        • Oh my goodness! How is his family reacting?
                          • With what I have read, this book seems interesting, books which contains a huge unexpected plot twist, that way it would maintain my attention and keep reading, something that is hard for me to do.
                            • Hey Andrea! Your book sounds interesting to me because when you say that an absorbing idea ends up turning into a terrifying story, it made me think that if something is a paradise someday, you don’t know when it can turn into hell.
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                              Hello everyone, today I will talk about chapter 17 of the book The Mysteries of Copper Beeches, At Sherlock Holmes’s house, a young woman, Miss Hunter, arrives to ask him to advise her on a job as a governess that was offered to her in a house of family. He suggests not accepting it. She nonetheless decides to take the job, due to the good pay.…Read More

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                              Hello everyone, today I will talk a little more about my book this time I will talk about the main protagonist of the book which is Sergio, he is a boy who lives in Mexico City, he is in the eighth grade, he is a child with a disability since He does not have a leg, he is a very very intelligent child and also has something very special, a gift…Read More

                            • Hello everyone, today I will talk a little more about my book this time I will talk about the main protagonist of the book which is Sergio, he is a boy who lives in Mexico City, he is in the eighth grade, he is a child with a disability since He does not have a leg, he is a very very intelligent child and also has something very special, a gift…Read More

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                              Hello everyone, today I will tell you a little more about the book I am reading, A series of violent homicides plagues Mexico City. In addition to their hideousness, crimes have two things in common: the victims were alone in closed rooms inside, and they were all pianists … the ashes of a nocturnal attributed to Franz Liszt lead Sergio to…Read More

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                              • Andrea- I’m excited that the setting of your book is Mexico City. Have you ever been there? If so, does the book remind you of what you experienced there?
                                • Dear Andrea, your book caught my attention, I would like to know more about it, it is incredible how there can be so many homicides in places that are well known and visited by tourists, it reminds me of a movie that I looked at, it was the same, homicides, violence, etc. But what was different was that it was life on the border, well my…

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                                So far, the plot of nocturnal belfegor reminds me of another text. In seven decapitated skeletons the two books are horror literature the plot continues in my current book so far I have only two of the books in the saga are very similar since the plot is the same and the murders continue but in this occupation the Children are no longer special…Read More

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                                • Hi Andrea- Besides playing the piano, have you noticed anything else these children have in common?
                                    • Children are pianists but they have different thoughts and apart from the piano they like other things and some of them speak French but whoever murders them has as a goal that all children have many things in common in this case almost all have things in common such as being pianists Only then can Mayra fulfill her pact.
                                        • Hello dear Andrea
                                          I find your book very interesting, a bit dark, I was struck by the part where you say that children are pianists but that they had different thoughts, so if they kill one it will be confusing since they all do the same?
                                        • Children are pianists but they have different thoughts and apart from the piano they like other things and some of them speak French but whoever murders them has as a goal that all children have many things in common in this case almost all have things in common such as being pianists Only then can Mayra fulfill her pact.
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