Tuesday, December 11, 2007

outside reading quater 2 post 4

Post A:

"Ever since I accepted this case, I'd been walking through an emotional minefield-worrying about what it might do to my marriage, traumatized by nearly being blown up in the Green Street explosion(148)." This describes the signifigance of the book because it's all about suspense and mysterious vibes. Sharon has to deal with these while trying to solve the case with the thought of her knowing that she almost died and her marriage could be falling apart at that very moment.

Post B:
Letter to the Author-
Dear Sharon,
What was the first thought on your mind when you found out that you couldve been in the ashes of your apartment? I know that the feeling must be indescribable. The fact that you stayed strong and still went on to solve the case was very inspiring. When you said, "worrying about what it might do to my marriage, traumatized by nearly being blown up(148)" it described you as frustrated and scared. For someone to go through all that, and still manage to fufill their job duty is amazing.
What was your reaction when you found out that the "ever running man" was the person to make your apartment explode? It probably never crossed your mind that the man you saw joging outside your window, looking as normal as could be, was the man to blow up your apartment and the man that you're trying to catch!
What clues were the most disturbing or interesting to you while investigating so far?

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