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"I keep dove as from her neighbors as I can" (pg. 378)
"I am here to evict you." (Pg. 108)
"I'll come back next year and you'll have a nest of horses outside your window and Puck Connolly in your bed and I'll buy from you instead of Malvern. That's your future for you." (Pg. 368)
Pucks companion is her horse Dove. She would do anything for her horse. She loves her more than anything besides her brothers. Sean's companion is Corr the capaill uisge. He's become so close to this water horse. He wants to buy the horse and keep it forever if he wins. Dove and Capaill Uisge are necessary in the hero's Journey because that's what's keeping Puck and Sean motivated. The love for their companions keeps them on there toes. They are both alike because there companions are kinda alike. They are both animals. If the didn't have this in common then they might have not crossed paths and helped each other out.
Pucks lowest point in the book is when she needs money. Money is a major motivating factor for Puck—not because she wants to be rich, but because she needs it as a simple fact of life. She has to pay for food and put a roof over her and Finn's head. Sean lowest moment is when he lost the race and he thought he was never going to Corr. again because that was his best friend. They still have to learn that no matter what you can never give up no matter how how hard you try .
When Puck wins the race she has money to feed her family and put a roof over their head. She accomplishes everything she needs to to be able to save her family. Sean lost the race but and he was about to lose Corr but Puck and Finn found a way to help him out to be able to keep his horse. They both end up together and are happy together. It helped me illustrate the entire heroic journey because it taught me that to be a hero you can't just think about yourselves no matter how many problems are grown in your personal life, sometimes you can know how down two birds with one stone. With the help of family and friends you can accomplish what you put your mind too no matter what others say.
I think we still enjoy stories with Heroes, quest, love, danger, etc. because it entertains us. Sometimes we even imagine what our lives would look like if we had adventure and action. We like getting to know the characters and seeing them fall in love and see what happens next for them in life. We see through past heroes that chapped up our society through literature. When we think about them we think about the heroes in the books we read about but then we find what's real and what's not real about a hero.
The end of the novel impacted me in a good way. It didn't leave me hanging and I got to know what happened to all the characters. I've learned that while you're learning to be a hero you have to go through difficult tasks that make you want to give up. The characters taught me that you shouldn't be selfish and that you should never give up no matter how many people are trying to bring you down.
I chose this book because when I read the preview to it,mint pulled me in and made me want to know what was happening in the book. The first sentence really pulls you in. “It is the first day of November and so, today, someone will die.” That sentence appears twice in the book. The moment you read the first sentence you know it's going to be a good book with villains, and a dark story that draws on something old and deep and scary. Stiefvater describes the Island Thisby so beautifully and full of life. Reading this booked and getting into couple of chapters she shows you why Puck and Sean's companions are horses. I would definitely record their books because it was a little bit of everything. Love, darkness, hero, family and villain. The book pulls you and makes you want to go deeper and deeper into the story. At one point I wanted to ride on Dove because how she rounds semis so majestic. She makes you feel like you can trust her with anything and she'll protect you with anything. Same with Corr. Both of these animals gets you into the mood. This book was great and gets you you into it quickly.
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