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Transcript of Hollow City
Jacob Portman (protagonist, main character)- A teenager who decides to go with the normals to save Miss Peregrine after his first adventure. He didnt know he was a normal before he found out he can see hollows.
Wights (antagonists, static characters)- Identifiable from humans by their blank pupils, they were hollows until they ate enough peculiars. They continue to chase to get the peculiars and Miss Peregrine to re-create their experiment.
External conflict- Jacob has to help the peculiars in saving Miss Peregrine.
Jacob has agreed to stay with the peculiars and save Miss Peregrine. They find out that if they don't take her to Miss Wren in four days she will die. Through out the book they find more help, danger, and clues. Read the book to see if Miss Peregrine will be saved, or not in time.
Ransom Riggs- Author of the
Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children novels
. He has written two of them and a new one will come out. His first book,
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
, is a
New York Times Best Seller
is just as great.
Book- Ransom Riggs
Prezi- Ron Berglund
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Peculiars (protagonists, static characters)- peculiars are people with special powers, Olive (the girl in the picture) is a peculiar that can float. They find more perculiars in other loops later on.
Miss Peregrine (protagonist, static character)- Miss Peregrine is stuck in bird form, in order to save her, the peculiars must bring her to Miss Wren.
Hollowgasts (antagonists, static characters)- They are remains of peculiars from a experiment that went horribly wrong. They will become wights if they eat enough peculiars.
Internal conflict- Jacob has to decide whether after they save Miss Peregrine to leave and go home or stay and help more.
The book takes in many times and many places, because they go through many loops and each loop has an different time period and place. Many of the loops have more loops and in them are different peculiars, a lot of the loops are also being affected by Nazi bombing.
This message is super secret- Classified level ten- Spoiler!- Miss Peregrine isn't Miss Peregrine it's her brother.
Thinking of reading this book? Read the first one!
Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children
Miss Peregrine's Home for Normal Children
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Nazis (antagonists, static character)- They give a separate secret platoon made of only wights and hollows to help them.
Man VS. Man- Jacob and the peculiars must save miss peregrine from prying hands of the wights and hollows.
Point of View
Third Person- this book is third person omniscient, because the narrator can only tell you the thoughts, feelings, and emotions of Jacob.