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You want to know why? Because this book has everything that will keep anyone, whether a reader or movie-goer, hooked: action, suspense, drama, unpredictability, emotion, romance, and great characterization. Unlike other dystopian YA novels, Blood Red Road isn't focused on issues that lead to rebellion and upheaval. You know what it is? An adventure, plain and simple. It's not seeking to teach but to engross and entertain -- and, for me, I was so thoroughly engrossed and entertained by this story that I really became invested in it over the course of almost pages. The world-building is not the main focus here; the characters and their emotions are in the spotlight while the adventure of the story acts as the plot.
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Why not leave her with Mercy? Who is Ike and why is he pulled into the plot? What role does he play? Why or why not? What plan do Saba, Jack, Ike, and the others have to free Lugh?
What obstacles do they encounter? Why is Lugh taken to the Black Mountains? How will he be used? Why is the King angry with Saba? To what degree is his anger tied to his parents? To his own self-image? Describe the character of Nero. How is this character a central component of the story? Why do the Free Hawks come in the end? Does superstition play a role in the story? Is the ending of the story satisfying? Questions for Further Discussion: 1. Saba has a distinct voice.
Describe her voice. Cite examples. I grab on to stop myself from fallin. Nero squawks an fl aps off in a flurry of feathers. I glare down at Em. Cut that out! I says. Go help Pa. Right away, she lets go. Emmi always does what Lugh tells her. But I wanna help you, she says with her sulky face. Yer the meanest sister that ever lived! I hate you, Saba! Cuz I hate you too!
Both of yuz! Emmi sticks her tongue out at me an stomps off. I shin up the ladder onto the roof, crawl along an hand him the metal sheet. You might try bein nice to her fer a change.
I grunt an hunker down nearby. Up here on the roof, I can see everythin. Emmi ridin around on her rickety two-wheeler that Lugh found in the landfill.
Pa at his spell circle. I watch as he lays down the broom. Then he takes three steps to the right an three steps to the left. Then he does it agin. An agin. I says to Lugh. Jest starts hammerin away at the sheet to straighten it. I seen, he says. He did it yesterday too. An the day before. Goin right, then left, over an over. How should I know? His lips is pressed together in a tight line. The blank look he gits when Pa says somethin or asks him to do somethin.
I see it on him more an more these days. Pa lifts his head, shadin his eyes.
I could use yer help here, son! Foolish old man, Lugh mutters. He gives the metal sheet a extra hard whack with the hammer. Lugh looks at me. Made up.
The world goes on. Our lives jest go on an on in this gawdfersaken place. Till the day we die. I stare at him.
Pa yells. Lugh yells back. Right now, son! Lugh swears unner his breath. He throws the hammer down, pushes past me an pratikally runs down the ladder.
He rushes over to Pa. They scatter all over. Lugh shouts. There you go! That should help! That should make the gawdam rain come! Wake up, old man! Yer livin in a dream! Well, guess what? I knew this would come, says Pa. The stars told me you was unhappy, son. Lugh flings it off so fierce it makes Pa stagger backwards.
Yer crazy, you know that? Lugh shouts it right in his face.
The stars told you! He runs off. I hurry down the ladder.
I see the rain comin. I read it in the stars but. She scrabbles about on her knees, collectin all the sticks. She looks at him with a anxious smile. He sits on the ground, in the middle of the swirlin patterns, the squares an circles an little paths made from all different stones, each their own shade an size. Every last tiny pebble set out by Ma with her own hands. She carefully laid the last stone in place. Sat back on her heels an smiled at me, rubbin at her big babby-swolled belly.