A Stranger Watching

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A Stranger is Watching is a terrific book. I enjoyed reading this book very much. The non-stop action kept me reading for hours. One of the best features of the book is how it was written.The point of view changes every chapter.For example Chapter 1 is written in the point of view of the infamous Foxy character.Chapter 2 is written in the point if view of our protagonist, Steve; and so on.I also liked how the author built the relationship of the characters up,so you care about what happens to them and feel like you're going through what they are going through.For instance,the author tells us of Steve's wife's death.We find out that Steve's son, Neil was never the same after this tragedy.When a new women,Sharon comes into Steve's l Continue...


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After a fight with Foxy,Steve manages to release Sharon and Neil. When Neil and Sharon are held hostage together, Neil's feelings for Sharon change;he begins to see her as a nice person and a motherlike figure. Steve races out of Grand Central Station (where the bomb is going to go off)with Sharon and Neil. I felt the author built this relationship up well so that the story would have a happy ending. this chapter contains one of the greatest climaxes I ever read. A few chapters earlier we find out that Nina is Foxy's victim but he got off clean with it. I enjoyed this part of the story so much because it was the point of the highest excitement. Neil thinks that if Sharon and his father get married ,his father will send him away. All of the characters lives are at risk because Foxy's bomb is about to go off. The antagonist has problems with females,a career he feels is going nowhere,and a lack of good friends. All excitement in the story was covered at this point. The chapter begins at a frantic moment. At this point the author stops her narrative and begins with the time eleven forty-two,twelve minutes after the bomb goes off,at this point we don't know what happened to our characters.

PROFESSIONAL ESSAYS:

American Road Movies
of alienation is felt by the two male characters in Stranger Than Paradise. meaningless lives in New York City, mainly gambling, smoking and watching television (1631 7 )

American Road Movies as a Reflection of Culture
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Pet Sitting Service Point of Origin The service
a number of extras besides just watching the animals, from watching the house familiar surroundings make the pet feel more secure when a stranger is present. (648 3 )

Dressing Up
I was not far behind the group in line, and I found myself watching the ticket lady's It was as if for the first time in my life a stranger did not have a (936 4 )

Blue Velvet
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Fragile-X Syndrome
in social activities like softball or football, they enjoy watching others participate For example, if a stranger should ask him, 'What's the capital of the US (1976 8 )