Posted at 12.14.2018
These things can't be find in the booklet. The story takes place in a city that is segregated from the earth. I personally think it is in regards to a city on the western coast of THE UNITED STATES. I think every bit of the happens in the future but not a long time from now.
Can you give information about the characters in the storyplot (names, jobs, relationships, etc)?
I will name the most crucial characters and let you know who they are. I will also provide you with information about some odd careers that are done and organizations that appear in this city.
Anna is a good young girl whose brother gone in the city and didn't keep coming back. She goes to metropolis to find him, and she has another mission: find Samuel Farr, various other reporter that visited the city. In the location she adapts fast to the new circumstances and becomes Object Hunter. When she sees Samuel she helps him along with his book plus they fall in love. She gets pregnant but manages to lose her baby when she jumps out of the windows. Later in a healthcare facility she recognizes the other area of the city: there continues to be a good place!
Isabel is an old lady. Anna saves her live plus they become friends. She is an Object Hunter and although she is not fast she is very good at it. She starts off to do the object hunting together with Anna but then she gets ill, she would never recover.
But all the time, until her loss of life she's been very kind to Anna, and she always wanted to help.
Ferdinand is the husband of Isabel. He does not have a job any more and does nothing for a full time income. Ferdinand is signify to his better half also to Anna, they both hate him.
He has two hobbies: creating smaller ships (in bottles) and chasing the mice inside your home for food. In the end he becomes mad and attempts to get rid of Anna.
Sam is a information reporter and is also sent into the city but they do not get any concept from him any longer, when Anna chooses to visit the city she actually is asked to search for this man. Sam has began working on a publication about the town. He talks with a lot of people and this way he has learned everything about the town. He is close to death but Anna brings new wish in his life, in particular when she has become pregnant.
After his house and book the book went up in flames he became nicer to everyone and he finally got an improved life at Woburn
Boris is a peculiar guy who is working at Woburn House, he will supply the Hospital of every kind of products. He discusses a whole lot of weird things and no person knows his thoughts but he's nice and will his job perfectly. In the end of the storyline when Woburn closes and his best ally dies he changes and his only wish is to flee from the city.
Victoria works at Woburn House and comes deeply in love with Anna, when Anna is retrieved she let us her just work at Woburn, this way she is in a position to stay near to her.
She is very kind to everyone and even when Sam reaches Woburn and Anna's attention goes to him she is merely happy on their behalf.
But even Victoria notices Woburn must close and they have to leave the town.
Jobs that are talked about in the reserve:
You have to search for things others have disposed of. A couple of two sets of scavengers: garbage hobbyists and object hunters. Garbage lovers simply take everything they will get, object hunters search for useable items.
It is unlawful to find things in metropolis without authorization.
You have to search for death body in the avenues and acquire them. The systems will be burned in a electric power plant.
When someone needs to expire but does not want to commit suicide he joins an Assassin Membership. Now assassins are allowed to destroy search and eliminate them.
Very powerful people, they have got the trade monopoly and everything scavengers sell their products to them.
The rest of the people in metropolis are bad guys, they take, or assault people.
Noticeable communities that are talked about in the e book:
They run in communities as fast as they can and scream as noisy as they can. They run until they pass away, only 10% of the people who make an effort to commit suicide this way fail.
Leapers try to get rid of themselves by jumping off high complexes.
They think all the bad things in their lives are triggered by the bad things they performed in the past. They lay down themselves down on the floor and await a sign that everything is okay again.
Smilers think that inclement weather is brought on by bad thought so they make an effort to have good and happy thoughts all day long. Which is quite hard in this city.
Is the backdrop important for the storyplot?
Yes, the environment where all occurs is the main subject of the booklet.
The genre (e. g. SF, historical book, fantasy, war book, emotional thriller, detective, etc)
I am uncertain about any of it, but I think it is something similar to Science Fiction, but it does not have any new research in it. So I guess it is just Fiction. Since it is playing in an imaginary world.
Who are the most important characters in the storyplot?
I have previously told about the most important figure: Anna Blume.
Sam and Victoria want her the most important.
Is there a identity in the storyline you would like to get to know if it were possible? Give reasons.
I would like to meet Anna. She's a young lady who is very kind to everyone.
I think we could have fun jointly.
Is there a personality in the story you would prefer never to meet? Give reasons.
Ferdinand acts mean to everyone, I wouldn't prefer to come across him.
A summary of the story's occasions: explain briefly the actual story is about. NB: do not replicate any material from e. g. the internet, but use your own ideas)
The whole e book is a letter, compiled by Anna to a friend.
William leaves the "normal world" so that as reporter he would go to a city, after some while no one ever before hears of him ever again. His sister, Anna, is determined to move there and find him. She would go to William's employer and he instructs her to consider some man known as Samuel Farr.
But when Anna finds the town it becomes clear that little or nothing here is easy to find, not even food or a flat. Anna starts off working as a thing hunter, which means she should be outside the whole day looking for useful items that others have thrown away.
One day she saves the life of Isabel. Following this a whole lot changes for Anna: she lives in the apartment of Isabel and Ferdinand now, and she gathers items on the avenues as well as Isabel. When Ferdinand and Isabel both have perished Anna has to get out of the apartment because thieves kill her often. She leaves with a great amount of cash. After a trip she ends up in a collection where she meets with Sam, the person she wanted. He doesn't know any thing about William but he gives her shelter. While working alongside one another on a e book about metropolis they land in love, Anna gets pregnant. When Anna jumps out a home window to save lots of her life she manages to lose her baby and it is taken up to Woburn House, mostly of the good places left in the town. Here Victoria helps her to recuperate from her wounds plus they fall season in love together. When Anna is recovered, Victoria offers her a job to allow them to stay together, but then Sam comes around. He's offered employment too, but Woburn is coming to it's end, they can be out of money and the hospital must close it's entrance doors.
The few people who had been working at Woburn want to leave the town and the catalogs ends when they try to leave.
Do you are feeling that the subject was well-chosen? What exactly are your arguments?
The subject is mystical and I think that is nice. Nonetheless it does not immediately link to the storyline, the story is approximately a city, not a country.
Think of an alternative title. Give reasons.
An alternative name I have in mind is: "The neglected city". As the book is approximately this city which is separated from all of those other world.
Your personal point of view.
Did you love reading the storyline? Why/why not?
I did enjoy reading this book because it had taken me into a dream world. Because everything in the e book is so different from the things we realize of I could just create the complete city in my own mind and look at it just how I wanted.
Have you ever read a tale that you can compare this one with?
No, this storyline was really unique as i compare it the rest of the literature I've read.
Explain why you would recommend this reserve.
It takes you away to another world. Reading this book will provide you with a much better view at the world. And of course you will only need an extremely nice time reading it.
What do you learn from this book (concentrate on items, not e. g. new English words)
This book makes clear that a administration and a regulation are very important for our world. Without rules, or guidelines that are told by the dictator it'll become a mess.
I also think it might has some elements of the cold conflict: the free world is way better off then your world (the town) in which everyone is managed by the government. (like in the USSR)