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Reviews
Title
Farenheight 451
Author
Ray Bradbury
Rating
Review
Guy Montag is a man who lives in a dystopian society. He works as a fireman, burning properties of people who read books and burning the books too unlike the job of a fireman in the real world which is to put out fires and rescue people from fires. Montag meets his neighbor, Clarisse who is open-minded to her surroundings. After meeting her, Montag starts questioning his society and reading books. One of his fellow firemen find out and burns down his house. Montag next goes to professors who have books and lessons in their memory, not paper. Read this book it is amazing!!!
Title
Farenheight 451
Author
Ray Bradbury
Rating
Review
Guy Montag is a man who lives in a dystopian society. He works as a fireman, burning properties of people who read books and burning the books too unlike the job of a fireman in the real world which is to put out fires and rescue people from fires. Montag meets his neighbor, Clarisse who is open-minded to her surroundings. After meeting her, Montag starts questioning his society and reading books. One of his fellow firemen find out and burns down his house. Montag next goes to professors who have books and lessons in their memory, not paper. Read this book it is amazing!!!
Title
I am Malala
Author
Malala Yousafzai
Rating
Review
This book is an autobiography by Malala , a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest Nobel Prize laureate. The book is about her days living in her hometown Swat with her parents and brothers. She describes her childhood and difficulties as a adolescent in a place where higher education for girls is not supported. Unlike the majority, Malala’s father is a learned man who has set up many schools in Swat . Malala along with her dad attended many interviews and given speeches about life in Swat which were disliked by the Taliban. On 9 October 2012 , two men stop her bus and come aboard. One shouts "Who is Malala?" and shoots three bullets. The bullets hit Malala in the head near the left eye and the shoulder. She is then immediately rushed to hospital and airlifted to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. Where she recovered after many major surgeries and was later joined her family. Her story is so inspiring and her decision to stand up for what she deserves -equal rights and education is an eye opener for millions of such people out there.