Favorite Part VS Least Favorite Part?

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Re: Favorite Part VS Least Favorite Part?

Post by Kibetious » 30 Apr 2019, 05:07

There is also a part I liked a lot on standing vigil. Tom and Sarah decided to go and stay with Myra for the night. It showed a lot of love that the two had for Myra and also for William. It is quite hard to find someone who will sacrifice for the sake of a friend.
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Post by mmm17 » 01 May 2019, 10:10

My favorite aspect was the sea voyage jargon and theme. I just love the ocean and boats in general. My least favorite part was the religious discussion. I found it rather shallow and presumptuous. The book would be better without it, in my opinion.

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Post by KDJ » 07 May 2019, 21:18

My favorite part was when Myra and Sarah were in the sweat lodge and Sarah looks over and tells/asks Myra the bear between us was big wasn't it? That part had me actually smiling. :D :D :D My least favorite scene was when they radioed over to the tug to tell Louise that Larry had passed away. It was sad to read. Those were my favorite and least favorite parts, but the entire book was a great read. I enjoyed it so much.
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Post by Kaylee123 » 04 Jun 2019, 08:57

Nicole_Boyd wrote:
13 Apr 2019, 14:26
I think my favorite part of the book was seeing how all the story lines intertwine. Going through a horrific experience like this somehow ties people together and I found this true with the book.
My least favorite part was reading about when Larry’s hand and foot get severed. It just made me cringe the whole time.
I love books that have intertwining story lines. It was really interesting to get so many perspectives.
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Post by Nicole_Boyd » 06 Jun 2019, 00:49

Kaylee123 wrote:
04 Jun 2019, 08:57
Nicole_Boyd wrote:
13 Apr 2019, 14:26
I think my favorite part of the book was seeing how all the story lines intertwine. Going through a horrific experience like this somehow ties people together and I found this true with the book.
My least favorite part was reading about when Larry’s hand and foot get severed. It just made me cringe the whole time.
I love books that have intertwining story lines. It was really interesting to get so many perspectives.
Yes and I think the author did so well with all the different viewpoints. I never felt confused about who’s viewpoint it was.

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Post by Scarlet Nicoll » 06 Jun 2019, 06:07

Bringing out the power of positivity through women is what drove me close to this read.

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Post by Areej Tahir » 16 Jul 2019, 08:25

Undoubtedly, William's survival was my favourite . Louise's lack of trust in Larry just set me off, it was so annoying

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