Room – Emma Donoghue
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January 15, 2011

roomThis is all of our worst nightmares as parents come true. A seventeen year old girl is kidnapped and held captive and thought of as dead to all her family and friends. She

is all alone, trapped in a room for 2 years until she gets pregnant and gives birth to a baby boy, Jack. The book is told through his 5 year old perspective. It does take a few chapters to get used to his way of talking but then it all clicks and he is easy to follow and understand. Although Room is just an eleven foot by eleven foot space, it is Jack’s home and all he knows. He doesn’t even know anything else exists outside Room except outer space. Jack’s ma has created a life for him and her creativity keflex and flagyl for diverticulitis under these circumstances is incredible. They have a routine and so many things that they do in their day to keep them

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busy. Through her teachings, Jack has become very smart and like most children he is curious about everything. However as Jack is getting older and more curious, Ma is getting more and more desperate and flagyl mecanismo de acao knows they cannot stay in Room much http://lipitoronline-generic.net/ longer. The story reminded me of the true story of Jaycee Dugard and her children and what they must have been enduring throughout all their years of confinement. This is a story of the strongest bond of love between a mother and her son, and a story of survival in the most unimaginable circumstance . I really enjoyed this book.