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ePub Ø The Invention of Hugo Cabret ñ Brian Selznick

The Invention of Hugo CabretOrphan clock keeper and thief Hugo lives in the walls of a busy Paris train station where his survival depends on secrets and anonymity But when his world suddenly interloc DUE TO INTERNET ADVICEABUSE FROM A COMPLETE STRANGER THIS REVIEW NOW CONFORMS TO GRAMMATICAL STANDARDS AND ALL THAT JAZZ BUT IS STILL AT THE END OF THE DAY A BRIEF REVIEW OF A CHILDREN'S BOOK WITH OH BUT I STILL WON'T CAPITALIZE LETTERS EXCEPT HERE BECAUSE HERE I AM SHOUTING TO BE HEARD IN EVERY TROLL CAVE IN THE LAND RECOGNIZEthis book represents a series of firsts the first book i have ever borrowed from work and the first book i read for my summer class on children's literature and the first 500 page book i have read in an hour so all good things it's a fun book i think i like that it is not uite a graphic novel and it is not uite a regular novel but it is some in between hybrid new monster of a book it's superficial than the arrival which i would love to see in a 500 page version please shaun tan but it's sweet and pretty and maybe i will get an A when it comes time to write my annotations for class see i know capital letters existDOES THIS PLEASE YOU STRANGER DANGER? HAVE I PASSED THE INTERNET?

Brian Selznick ñ The Invention of Hugo Cabret mobi

Drawing a treasured notebook a stolen key a mechanical man and a hidden message from Hugo's dead father form the backbone of this intricate tender and spellbinding mystery If you've ever wondered where your dreams come from when you go to sleep at night just look around This is where they are made I might be part of the minority who didn't really enjoy this book and this breaks my heart because it looks truly gorgeous The Invention of Hugo Cabret is a story told with dozens of stunning illustrations and few words Unfortunately I didn't find the story itself very interesting This book contains one of my most hated tropes the secret which has no reason to exist and still it's kept just to keep the story going I also found the characters a little underdeveloped ad honestly I didn't grow attached to Hugo at all This might be one of those cases in which the movie is better than the book for me but only for the steampunk feel because for the rest I didn't like that one either So overall the three stars are an average between the stunning illustrations and the plot that for me was pretty much lacking I am still glad I purchased this book because it looks amazing but i don't see myself re reading it

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mobi ò doc The Invention of Hugo Cabret 9780439813785 Free × Orphan clock keeper and thief Hugo lives in the walls of a busy Paris train station where his survival depends on secrets and anonymity But when his world suddenly interlocks with an eccentric bookish girl and a bitter old man who runs a toy booth in the statioKs with an eccentric bookish girl and a bitter old man who runs a toy booth in the station Hugo's undercover life and his most precious secret are put in jeopardy A cryptic There is something awesome feeling about getting through 400 pages of a book on an hour lunch break and still have time to use the bathroom and punch in three minutes early So what if the book has lots of illustrations and it's written for children it's still a real sense of Herculean reading even if it's not that impressive I liked this book a lot I considered giving it five stars I don't read children or young adult novels so I don't have much to compare it to The book has much depth though than This is not a Box or Don't Give the Cat a Cupcake or even any of the books about that troublesome pigeon who wants to drive the bus and do other things birds aren't supposed to do This book also is so much better than the first two Harry Potter books which I have read and didn't care for very much This book has the a great sense of wonder that adult books like Trip to the Stars has It also has a feeling of the greatness and mystery of books and stories in general that reading Borges can induce but this is for kids which is cool because it's probably good for kids to learn that books are magical and fun at a young age The pictures that make up about half the book are an interesting device They do help move parts of the story along like I think the chase scenes benefit from being done entirely by pictures reading about a boy running away from someone wouldn't have had the same 'excitement' as in the pictures I don't know much about kids but I think that the way the book opens with almost fifty pages of pictures gives a great feeling for the book which would be much difficult to have described for kids in only words As I said I liked this a lot and the book made me happy that it existed in the world