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Poignant voice of Jack Room is a celebration of resilience and a powerf. This book was awful Emotionless AnnoyingLook I get it it s uite difficult to write from the perspective of a 5 year old as a grown up I can hardly remember what it was like being five and I can t even begin to write from the POV of one I do however know an enjoyable story when I see it and I know when I m annoyed And I know that this book annoyed me greatlyThe hallmark of any brilliant novel is the ability to make the reader empathize for the characters in the book I want to be able to understand and experience the joy suffering frustration anger whatever it is that the main characters and the main narrators feel I got none of that here due in part to the emotional immaturity and lack of comprehension on the very young main characters part and in part due to my frustration and annoyance at the five year old narratorThe little boy s is haphazard almost a stream of consciousness narration I choose Meltedy Spoon with the white all blobby on his handle when he leaned on the pan of boiling pasta by accident Ma doesn t like Meltedy Spoon but he s my favorite because he s not the same And I have to tell you it is annoying as fuck In that sense maybe the book is fairly true to the depiction of kids because to be honest a lot of kids are pretty damn annoying to meMaybe this kid is annoying because he doesn t know anything outside Room Maybe he s immature because of his seclusion Maybe this Maybe that I don t want to have to make excuses for the book s shortcomingsThis book takes place in a room Have you ever been locked up for an entire day in a room without a computer or an iPhone for company It is as boring as it sounds and this book is as boring as it sounds But it s not boring because the mom has the kid and they love each other That makes it awesome right Not for me I have a little sister She s 10 years younger than I am Conseuently I had to put up with a hell of a lot of little kids growing up They were intelligent bright precocious I still couldn t stand their company This book was hellThe story of Ma is pretty awful because she s been kidnapped and raped and locked up We got no sense of that There is no emotion there is no horror there is no knowing what happened to her because the story is told from the perspective of a stupid little child The choice of the narrator completely ruins what should have been a heart wrenching tale Homewrecker resilience and a powerf. This book was awful Emotionless AnnoyingLook I get it it s uite difficult to write from the perspective of a 5 year old as a grown up I can hardly Make your own model forts & castles remember what it was like being five and I can t even begin to write from the POV of one I do however know an enjoyable story when I see it and I know when I m annoyed And I know that this book annoyed me greatlyThe hallmark of any brilliant novel is the ability to make the Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury reader empathize for the characters in the book I want to be able to understand and experience the joy suffering frustration anger whatever it is that the main characters and the main narrators feel I got none of that here due in part to the emotional immaturity and lack of comprehension on the very young main characters part and in part due to my frustration and annoyance at the five year old narratorThe little boy s is haphazard almost a stream of consciousness narration I choose Meltedy Spoon with the white all blobby on his handle when he leaned on the pan of boiling pasta by accident Ma doesn t like Meltedy Spoon but he s my favorite because he s not the same And I have to tell you it is annoying as fuck In that sense maybe the book is fairly true to the depiction of kids because to be honest a lot of kids are pretty damn annoying to meMaybe this kid is annoying because he doesn t know anything outside Room Maybe he s immature because of his seclusion Maybe this Maybe that I don t want to have to make excuses for the book s shortcomingsThis book takes place in a How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim room Have you ever been locked up for an entire day in a Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic right Not for me I have a little sister She s 10 years younger than I am Conseuently I had to put up with a hell of a lot of little kids growing up They were intelligent bright precocious I still couldn t stand their company This book was hellThe story of Ma is pretty awful because she s been kidnapped and A Daddy for Christmas ruins what should have been a heart wrenching tale

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Ul story of a mother and son whose love lets them survive the impossibl. Hey there Nick Uh hello Nice day for working in the yard isn t it Uh yeah Real nice Say that is a helluva shed you re building there It s nothing special Oh don t be modest Nick It s a real corker It s even got a skylight for some natural light What are you going to be doing in there A little artwork Just you know projects and stuff You got a central AC unit for it Plus I see you put some furniture and a fridge in there If you were married I d think you were building a man cave to get away from the old ball and chain but since you re single I guess you re just planning on spending a lot of time in that shed Uh yeah Gonna be out here all the time Doingstuff And just look at that steel door with the alarm pad You re aren t going to have to worry about any kids breaking into that Uh yeah I was worried about kids stealing mystuff Yep No way they re getting in there Didn t I see you sheeting it in some kind of metal under the siding Hell Nick you could probably lock someone in there like a prison cell Ha ha Uh right That s a funny idea Well see ya later Nick Swing by for a beer sometime 7 Years Later Well officer he was kind of uiet Always kept to himself Still can t believe what he did in that shed Who could have known that s what he was doing out there This seriously disturbing story is narrated by Jack and starts on his fifth birthday Jack and his Ma share Room He thinks of every object in Room like Rug or Plant or Meltdy Spoon as a friend to be treasured and he and Ma spend every day doing their chores and playing games like Scream where they yell as loudly as they can Jack loves his Ma and Room but he s scared of Old Nick who comes some nights and stays with Ma in Bed while Jack sleeps in Wardrobe Jack s Ma blows his mind by telling him that she used to live Outside and that Old Nick stole her and brought her to Room seven years ago She has a plan for them to get out of Room but Jack can t believe that the things he s seen on the fuzzy TV screen for years are real How can there be anything but him and Ma and RoomThe premise for this book sounds like something that a Stephen King or Dean Koontz would have come up with and it certainly works as a kind of horror novel as Jack s innocent depiction of life inside Room shows Ma to be the victim of a horrible crime that she is trying to shield her son from What makes this so chilling and heartbreaking is Jack s view of the Room as the entire world and he has so adapted to it that the very idea of real people existing outside of it is something akin to blasphemy to himThe writing here is exceptional and Emma Donoghue makes what could be an over the top plot into a character based and all too plausible story It s creepy and chilling and terrible and intriguing and kind of sweet Mostly it s all kinds of messed up Perhaps the most horrible thing about Room is that Old Nick doesn t believe in providing books because there s plenty of TV to watch and poor Ma is stuck rereading a few paperbacks like Twilight and The DaVinci Code over and over It s a fate worse than death

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To five year old Jack Room is the worldTold in the inventive funny and. Such a gripping and emotional read I m glad I finally took the chance to pick this up and read it


10 thoughts on “Room author Emma Donoghue

  1. says:

    Ever since its Booker nomination it made the shortlist Room by Irish writer Emma Donoghue has set the literary world on fire Most people who review the book seem to love it They talk about how riveting and suspenseful the book is and how they felt compelled to finish it in a single reading I guess I’ll have to be one of the few di

  2. says:

    I was all ready to hate this book Doesn't it sound obnoxious? An adult novel about harrowing things but narrated by a 5 year old? Mere gimmickry right a showy writing experiment likely to win praise from the easily impressedBut I don't think I am that easily impressed and damn this book is kind of a stunner Because yes if not handled exactly right a book narrated by a child probably would be obnoxious I haven't read Extr

  3. says:

    Such a gripping and emotional read I'm glad I finally took the chance to pick this up and read it

  4. says:

    Jesus Christ on a popsicle stick i can't believe i have to read this argh my colleague Michael hopefully not a GR member loaned this to me; clearly he knows that i am a reader but just as clearly he does not get that i like my books to have at least an edge of un reality to them you know fantasy horror science f

  5. says:

    This book was awful Emotionless AnnoyingLook I get it it's uite difficult to write from the perspective of a 5 year old as a grown up I can hardly remember what it was like being five and I can't even begin to write from the POV of one I do however know an enjoyable story when I see it and I know when I'm annoyed And I know that this book annoyed me greatlyThe hallmark of any brilliant novel is the ability to make the reader emp

  6. says:

    Healthy ambition is a laudable trait and I admire people willing to reach beyond their grasp in the attempt to achieve something special I respect the author’s choice to write a dark themed story narrated entirely from the perspective of a five year old boy While the unreliable narrator is nothing new in lite

  7. says:

    I've read about a lot of different crimes in far detail than I'd care to remember In all the tragedies that I've read about manmade or otherwise no act of violence has ever made my heart wrench than the prolonged

  8. says:

    What makes up the world to five year old Jack our window into life in Room? His mother for sure a loving very engaged 247 presence Old Nick is an occasional visitor although only glimpsed through the almost closed doors of a wardrobe A skylight allows Jack and Ma to see the sun and sometimes the moon A television offers

  9. says:

    “Hey there Nick”“Uh hello”“Nice day for working in the yard isn’t it?”“Uh yeah Real nice”“Say that is a helluva shed you’re building there”“It's nothing special”“Oh don’t be modest Nick It’s a real corker It’s even got a skylight for some natural light What are you going to be doing in there? A little artwo

  10. says:

    Based on or ‘inspired by’ shocking cases like that of Josef Fritzl Room is the story of a boy Jack born and

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