View Full Version : Invisible Man Book Report

11-28-2006, 04:47 PM
I got bored about 30 pages into this book, but I still read on. I got good about 80 pages started getting good, but then in then about 10 pages later is started to bore me again. I thought it was a horrible book, but I hav to now write a report on it. I was just wondering if anyone who has read the book could put the events into a sequence because I have to do a timeline. It would be greatly apprieciated. I have to finish it tonight, so if you are capable of doing this please ASAP. Thank you very much.

P.S I have to do one more book report this year, I was wondering if anyone knows a good book for a 15-16 year old reader. I don't want to pick out a horrible book like this again and get stuck in this situation.

12-07-2006, 01:03 AM
This is definitely not a book for pleasure or enjoyment. There are countless symbols and hidden meanings on every page, and the reader has to really dig them out. Maybe you can read something like Frankenstein or Huck Finn.

01-24-2009, 01:42 PM
Not a book for pleasure or enjoyment? Hmm... I must be off my rocker then. I, personally, thought that it was an easy, enjoyable little book.

The "countless symbols and hidden meanings" must have completely flown by me. Then again, I'm not really too great at spotting things out like that...

All in all, I loved it!

01-24-2009, 02:22 PM
I didn't get too far beyond the Casino Royale sequence, but it wasn't due to boredom.