Bonfire From Krysten Ritter

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Read a published interview with Kristen Ritter or watch one and write about something she said that interested you. An alternative would be read a book, review of the book published in a respectable source like New York Time.

Keep a symbol/imagery/icon log generated from your reading experience with this book. Fill up the page of phrases, words, sentences that show the figurative language of Steinke.

Choose 3 passages from different parts of the book, write them down, and use them to do a written response that discusses a central idea you have generated from reading of the book. the objective is to unite 3 moments from the book together into a common thread.

Bonfire From Krysten Ritter
Bonfire From Krysten Ritter

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Response to a review on Bonfire
Author’s Name
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Question 1: Bonfire by Krysten Ritter
The book is a fascinating thriller. Giving to the fact that the writer of Bonfire is a
renowned actress, it would not be much fun reading the book to an individual who already
knows the actress. The author (ritter) is a renowned movie actress, particularly in the Marvel
movies. The author is also a model, which is one of the qualities that make the performance of
stage more captivating to the viewers according to a review about the book by the best selling
author of “In a Dark" ("First To Read: Bonfire | Krysten Ritter", 2018). The book is a mixture
of disturbing experiences. Ruth Ware claims that the book is worth reading (disturbing and
compulsively readable). This is a fact that any reader would agree with regardless of having seen
Ritter on TVshows and major movies. First, it is essential to note that the book starts in a low
tone — a phenomenon that would make it easier to abandon the book.
Nevertheless, the chapters’ progress and the author puts in various twists that make the
book more enjoyable, thus making an individual want to read more about what is to happen next.
Typically, it is very easy to figure out the various instances that the main character and the author
have similarities. For instance, the main character in the book is of the equal number of years as
the author during the time of the publishing the novel. Furthermore, the book inhibits many
instances where the characters have to undergo traumatizing experiences. For instance, the
response in Ruth Ware’s review claiming that the book is disturbing would have been due to the
early challenges the main character experiences during the younger age. Abby is bullied at a
younger age, later, now working for the government; the character is faced with puzzles that
demand brevity. Overall, the response by the best selling author of In a Dark captures the scope
of the whole plot of the novel. The characters also have challenging experiences, for instance, the



connection between the mysterious disappearance of Kaycee and the giant company ruling the
small town.
Question 2: Reading experiences after reading the book Bonfire by Krysten Ritter
The first chapters of the book are not fascinating. It would be possible the author is still
figuring out the storyline and the flow of the whole story. According to an event where the
author speaks about the book, Krysten Ritter ag...

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