A Review Of The Book The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer
The book 'The Adventures of Tom Sawyer' is a timeless classic that has an amazing cast of characters and immerses you into the setting and keeps you entertained for hours. This book is a great read and can be entertaining for any possible reader as it has creativity, entertainment, and makes it so you can relate to the characters. This book has many amazing character relationships, character growth, and detailed and involved branching plots. These parts of the book make it the amazing book it is. From the fact that the branching plots keeps you immersed and entertained thus keeping you from not liking it or getting bored of it. This book is a great read and is good for any reader that enjoys books that have aventure, creativity, a good plot, and a great set of characters.
Mark Twain the author of the book made sure all of his characters were detailed and relatable to real-life people and their interactions and relationships are extraordinary examples of great writing and literacy with his detailed and descriptive relationships such as, the relationship of Tom and Huck, or Tom and Becky. The relationship between Tom and Huck is one of a leader and a follower who are substantially equals. They are practically brother in their relationship as they do most everything together. Even if Tom tends to take the roll of being the 'leader' they still treat and accept each other as equals and brothers in a loose definition of the meaning. Then there's the unique, relatable, and deep relationship of Tom and Becky who are in a romantic relationship which as all do has its bumps but they truly love each other so just as it should in a real relationship they manage to work things out and end up loving each other honestly and strongly.
Mark Twain uses branching plots in his book to keep the reader engaged in the story and keep you wanting to read. Some examples of this would be but not limited to, when Tom, Huck, and Joe run away to the island, the beginning parts of Tom and Beckys relationship, when Tom and Huck go treasure hunting. These branching plots keep the reader entertained and interested in what'll happen next. For example, one of the branching plots would be when Becky And Tom get lost in the caves and cant find their ways out so they have to try to escape in any possibe way while the whole town simeltaneously looks for them but undenounced to them Tom and Becky are far too deep for them to find. A different branch was when Tom, Huck, and Joe Harper went off without telling anyone to an island and hid away, had to make their own food, and sleep outdoors all for the fun of showing up at their own funerals. The way the author conveys and writes out these events keeps the reader entertained and intreauged in the book untill the end.
In conclusion the book, 'The Adventures of Tom Sawyer' is a classic and timeless read good for readers who like creative plots and interesting characters. This book has an amazing way of portraying its characters in a believable and relatable way to real life.