The setting in this book is camp green lake. It is a juvenile detention center and it's also a dried up lake. At camp green lake it is very hot and very, very dry. The way this setting affects the book is by the boys there get very hot and dehydrated and the warden gets mad at them for this, yet it's not their fault. This is a way the setting affects the story.
This is starting to annoy me. So. 72 year old man takes advantage of 18 year old woman. Woman now feels obligated to help keep man alive. Meanwhile feels obligated to pay all her mom's expenses because mom decided to fuck a fae. Yeah, this is annoying me.
The setting of my book is in Antarctica, everywhere you look, all you see is white for miles and miles. The setting in my book influences the story because Sym's uncle starts going crazy looking for Symm's hole, and with minimal to none human interaction, it's not hard to go crazy. Sym and Sigurd try not to make Victor mad because when they do, they are afraid that Victor might poison them like he poisened her dad
Wang's stepmother tried to seduce him before he started college. During the present she's still around, caring for his father who has had two strokes. His father was once an important bureaucrat who accepted his share of bribes. He's disappointed in Wang because he paid for his college and Wang is now a lowly taxi cab driver. Meanwhile the reincarnated stalker is still leaving messages. Wang was once a Red Guard.
Normally I at least finish the free preview before downloading a full book, or marking it as "currently reading", but this one had me hooked before I was even 25% done with the preview! Part of a series that can be read in any order, according to the Amazon book descriptions, so I'm gonna go ahead and read this one before jumping back to the first book. Here goes! :)
Weakness may excite tenderness, and gratify the arrogant pride of man; but the lordly caresses of a protector will not gratify a noble mind that pants for and deserves to be respected. Fondness is a poor substitute for friendship!
On the process of photosynthesis and what chemicals are needed. Like Co2 and Ho2. All about the chemicals and reactions needed to make photosynthesis possible for plants to make there own food and thrive.
I'll freely admit it - many of the references used in Ulysses are beyond my frame of reference. However, I'm still enjoying the writing of Joyce. The dialogue and his humorous figurative language are my favorites, up to this point.
In my book there are two very important settings in my book. These include the jpl offices and the Mars terrain. The Mars terrain has the hab where the main character of the book resides. The jpl offices have many building and most important things happen in offices and conference rooms.