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The Terrible Wave
I think the author, Marden Dahlstedt, did a fantastic job writing The Terrible Wave. I think she is very descriptive in writing The Terrible Wave. I think a descriptive part is when the author wrote, “ . . . Stuff . . . has piled up there – it looks a mile high . . . ”. I think that sentence is descriptive because the debris really wasn’t a mile high. I think another descriptive part is when the author wrote about the wave,“ At first all she could see was a sinister black mist. It rolled toward the house like billowing smoke.” I think there is descriptive writing in every chapter. I think a really descriptive part is what the author said when the group was in a school. She wrote, “ Tom had drifted off down the hallway of the schoolhouse to join a group of men, melting away with only a vague farewell.’’ I think Marden Dahlstedt is really good at making something descriptive. Marden Dahlstedt makes the Johnstown flood sound like the most dramatic disaster. I love Marden Dahlstedt’s writing style. Out of all the books I’ve read, The Terrible Wave is my favorite book so far for being action packed and descriptive.
Article posted February 1, 2012 at 11:22 AM •
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I definetly agree with you, Marden Dahlstedt did make the Johnstown flood sound really dramatic and she did it without over exagerating too much. I wish I'd thought to put that in my blog!
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