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Full Tilit by Hailey Ray

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Transcript of Full Tilit by Hailey Ray

FULL TILT
BY:
NEAL SHUSTERMAN
HAILEY RAY
SETTING
the setting is a bizarre phantom amusement park that traps its customers forever. The city is not stated
I believe the era is modern because of the way the characters talk and because of the technology in the amusment park
the mood the author creates is eerie and haunting
CHARACTER ANALYSIS
Blake is one of the main characters in the book. He is very responsible, cautious, fearful, and hard working.
Quinn is another main character in the book. He is Blake's younger brother. He is very reckless, irresponsible, daring, and doesn't consider the consequences before acting
Quinn impacts the plot because he gets himself stuck in the amusement park which forced Blake to go save him.
Blake impacts the plot because he is the one who has to save his brother when he gets stuck in the amusement park.
Cassandra is another one of the main characters. She is mysterious, sly, conniving, intimidating, and cunning.
Cassandra impacts the plot because she was the one to give Blake the invitation to the park that Blake had to save Quinn and himself from.
PLOT
Sixteen year old Blake and his brother Quinn are complete opposites. Blake is always having to watch his brother, Quinn, who is very fearless and often gets himself in trouble
Quinn got himself trapped in a haunted amusement park that sucks in there customers and traps them forever. Blake is forced to go save his brother and himself from the park.
In order to escape, Blake must survive seven deadly rides by dawn, each of which represents one of his fears.
CONFLICT
MAN VS MAN
CASSANDRA INVITES BLAKE TO THE AMUSEMENT PARK AND TRIES TO TRAP HIM THERE. THIS PROBLEM IS RESOLVED BY BLAKE GETTING THROUGH ALL SEVEN RIDES AND SAVE HIS FRIENDS AND EVERYBODY IN THE PARK.

MAN VS SELF
BLAKE HAS TO OVERCOME A GREAT FEAR SO HE CAN SAVE HIS BROTHER AND HIS FRIENDS. THIS PROBLEM IS RESOLVED BY BLAKE GETTING OVER HIS FEAR AND FINISHING THE LAST RIDE.
MAN VS SOCIETY
BLAKE, QUINN, AND BLAKES FRIENDS GET STUCK IN AMUSEMENT PARK MADE TO TRAP ITS COSTUMERS . THIS PROBLEM IS RESOLVED BY BLAKE GETTING THROUGH THE SEVEN RIDES AND FREEING THE WHOLE PARK
TONE
“They were the screams of riders torn apart by the twisted reflections of their own inner selves.”
The tone of this book is horror. Many times like in the quote the uses eerie wording to make the reader feel a sense of horror
THEME
THE THEME OF THIS BOOK IS TO FACE YOUR FEARS AND TO NOT LET THEM STAND IN YOUR WAY
I CHOOSE THIS THEME BECAUSE THROUH OUT THE BOOK BLAKE IS FACED WITH HIS FEARS AND HE HAS TO OVER COME THEM.
PERSONAL RESPONSE
ONE CONNECTION I HAD TO THE BOOK IS THAT LIKE BLAKE I HAVE A LITTLE BROTHER WHO AT TIMES GETS ON MY NERVES BUT AT THE SAME TIME I LOVE HIM.
THE LARGER MESSAGE I GOT FROM THE BOOK IS TO NOT LET LET YOUR FEARS HOLD YOU BACK.
QUOTES
"So much of my life had been under tight control. So much of Quinn's life had been wild insanity. What we needed now was both: a directed burst of controlled insanity.”
This quote explains the characters. Quinn is carefree and wild, but Blake is the total opposite. In the end they have to come together to get out of the park
The genre is fantasy or fiction because some of the events that happen in the book could not happen in real life.
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