Book: Half-Life by St. Clairecategories: Book, Children, Young Adult, Teen, Fiction, Thriller, Action, Adventure, Romance, Love, Religion, Alternate World
St. Claireabout this book: I finished this book when I was thirteen. It is written for children about that age and has the mentality of a thirteen year old. That being said, it is a representation of someone I once was. Now, at the grand old age of eighteen, I can see that this book has an idea within it that is wonderful, masked within the folds of a child's mind.
In this novelette Life, Death, and most emotions are personified in the greatest way. They are beings. This, I believe is a representation of how we treat them. The main conflict arising within is how Fear becomes proud and decides to become greater than Death, to rule. This is a battle we all face at some point. We value fear more than other aspects of our lives. This also talks about balance. Without Death, there is no Life. Without Fear there is no Hope.
I hope you enjoy this and I hope you remember to look beneath the surface.
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