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  1. CinnamonHopes CinnamonHopes says:

    Kindle Morton Rhue Ï The Wave MOBI × Ï wave kindle, The Wave MOBIThis book is scary HonestlyIt's not a horror story it's not the kind of novel where monsters come jumping out the closet; or at least not the green googley eyed kind This is a true story which I was told not to read because the subject matter was too old for meWhen I first read The Wave I had no comprehension of why it was scary Bad things happened but it was


  2. Kim Kim says:

    Kindle Morton Rhue Ï The Wave MOBI × Ï wave kindle, The Wave MOBI “Laurie Sanders sat in the publications office at Gordon High School chewing on the end of a Bic pen She was a pretty girl with short light brown hair and an almost perpetual smile that only disappeared when she was upset or chewing on Bic pens Lately she’d been chewing on a lot of pens In fact there wasn’t a single pen or pencil in her pocketbook that wasn’t worn down on the butt end from nervous gnawing Still it beat smoking “Thus begins The WaveCan we break apart that paragraph please? 'Laurie Sanders seriously WASPY name there sat in the publications office at Gordon High School seriously WASPY school there chewing on the end of a Bic isn’t this a trademark or a regi


  3. unknown unknown says:

    Kindle Morton Rhue Ï The Wave MOBI × Ï wave kindle, The Wave MOBII read this book while on a family trip to Washington DC shortly after visiting the Holocaust museum which is in fact where my mom bought it in the gift shop and is it weird that the Holocaust museum has a gift shop? Even if the proceeds go to the museum?Perhaps that wasn't the best time to pick up a book that seeks to grossly oversimplify how fascism can slowly creep up and overta


  4. Shannon (Giraffe Days) Shannon (Giraffe Days) says:

    Kindle Morton Rhue Ï The Wave MOBI × Ï wave kindle, The Wave MOBI This book written under the pen name of Morton Rhue in the United States is a novelisation of the telemovie of the same name which was based on a short story by Ron Jones about a real eventIn 1969 a high school history teacher Ben Ross was working in a small all American town teaching his class of grade 12 students about the second World War After showing them


  5. Brandy Brandy says:

    Kindle Morton Rhue Ï The Wave MOBI × Ï wave kindle, The Wave MOBIA compelling story about how Nazi Germany could have been created how the minority controlled the majority and how the majority allowed themselves to be controlled It's based on the true story of The Third Wave experiment which demonstrated fascism as a part of teaching about WWII But the writing of this book Oh the writing It hurts It should be noted that in tiny print on the copyright page it does note that this is a novelization of a teleplay that was an adaptation of the original teacher's essay about the experiment Once you're that far removed I'm not sure it's possible to write a good book but oh the writing is just bad And I can als


  6. Jon Nakapalau Jon Nakapalau says:

    Kindle Morton Rhue Ï The Wave MOBI × Ï wave kindle, The Wave MOBIA new movement is coursing through High Schooldiscipline and strength must be maintained and enforced This novel dramatizes an incident that took place in California Ellwood P Cubberley High School history class in Palo Alto California in 1969 As the experiment 'exits' the class there many positive features that start to take placebut what is to be done with the individuals who do not fit in? Chilling glimpse into how Nazism was able to spread


  7. Ashleigh Ashleigh says:

    Kindle Morton Rhue Ï The Wave MOBI × Ï wave kindle, The Wave MOBII read this book as an assigned book report and wasnt uite sure if I would like it or not To be completely honest I picked it because of its title The Wave It sounded relaxing to me However when I actually read the book I realized it wasnt about the waves in the ocean at all It was a pleasant suprise to read something different When you finish reading the book you have that feeling like wow That ACTUALLY happe


  8. Danit Danit says:

    Kindle Morton Rhue Ï The Wave MOBI × Ï wave kindle, The Wave MOBIDanit Benjamin's book review of The Wave by Morton Rhue This book is based on a true story of an experiment carried out by Ben Ross a history teacher in a high school in California They were studying World War II After being shown a documentary showing the atrocities the Nazis committed the students uestioned how it was possible for 90% of the German people to allow this to happenBen Ross decided to do an experiment to show the students how easily it could happen He created a group called The Wave Their motto was strength through discipline Each member had to greet each other with a special salute and they were against everyone who resisted belonging to the group Ben Ross realized that the experiment had gone too far when the group attacked those who resisted I became interested in this book after my cousin took the main part in a dramatic presentation o


  9. Annemarie Annemarie says:

    Kindle Morton Rhue Ï The Wave MOBI × Ï wave kindle, The Wave MOBIUnfortunately this was a huge disappointment for me Although the topic and the fact that this book is based on a real story are very interesting it was rather poorly executedThe major problem for me were the charactersThey had absolutely no depth to them and I was left with many uestionsWhy does the teacher decide to keep the experiment going in the first place? Why do the students just go with it without any uestions? What makes them decide to tell other students about the movement? How come everyone suddenly cares about Robert? Where do Laurie's doubts come from? What made David change his mind so suddenly? How did Mr Ross finally realise that his experiment went too far? What made him accept that he needed to stop it? What were the reactions of the students when they realised what they had become?Maybe not knowing the answers to these uestions is the point of the book but it just left me frustrated confused and ann


  10. Jana Jana says:

    Kindle Morton Rhue Ï The Wave MOBI × Ï wave kindle, The Wave MOBISuch a fascinating story and concept It is scary if you think about it but so well done


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