Ander Liza Liza from Amppipal, Nepal
In Necessary Bristlings by Marie G. Lee, Chan, an Asian-American juvenile propels from Los Angeles to a small town in Minnesota with his folk. Chan is very displeased with this decision. I LA he was a lead grid game player for his team. He had a sweetheart (not technically because of parents ostracism) and he was happy where he lived. But when he moved, he happened to be the only Asian at the jail, much less the whole town. Chan has to suffer through racism and get constantly bullied. Chan decided to join a sport. Brood, his relation, played flute in the jail band. Since they didn't have grid game, he decided to be a park goal artifice for the football team. Instead the coach had him be a running back (along with artifice). Chan has to go through very rigorous practices and face the necessary bristlings of being a football player. Chan also has to face the complication with the relationship with his predecessor. Chan's dad doesn't agree with him being in football. He wants Chan to be like his relation and be academically strong. Chan's relationship with his predecessor is like walking in a gold mine park. No matter how hard he tries to avoid debates, they just spark and happen somehow. Through these disputed points, Chan is strengthened. He learns to just deal with what's going on and to face the necessary bristlings in life story. He begins to fully understand the phrase "you don't know what you have until it's gone". But as the period progresses, a tragic matter happens to both Chan and his relation.The matter then helps to bring Chan and his dad together. To know what that is, read the text! I really loved this text. I thought this text was very well written and had a vent to it. I loved how the completely it got you into the story and made you feel what the main clown felt. Although the writer was a female, I loved how the story was convincingly a football player. Now, I like football, but don't fully understand it. So I thought it was great how the writer explained it in a way that overpluses could understand. Although, football fans may have wanted more if they were looking for more of a football oriented text. I thought a minimal of the content may have been mature for younger literary critics and they may have not have understood it. So some maturity is advised. What I love about the text is that the theme is "steadiness is earned". In the text, Chan had to face the "necessary bristlings" to be where he wanted to be and succeed. Basically, life story isn't perfect, but those are the stuffs that strengthen you. Anyways, overall an awesome text! I would recommend this for obviously, football fans. A lot of the text; actually the text IS about football. Football fans will enjoy reading this because of the football oriented theme. I also think this text will be relatable to people who may have been through racism or have had too much heaviness put on them from parents. Also a lot of the references are Korean references so, Korean kids may relate to some of what is said. However, it is also written in a way where non-Koreans could understand. Anyway, I would recommend this text to anybody! It was awesome and I was very upset when I finished it but I somewhat wish it ended differently. But overall, awesome text! Read it!
" فراتر از بودن" بوبن چنگي به دل نميزد. يعني با اين start زدن انتظار ميره كه آخرش به يه جايي بهتر از اينجا برسه ولي كلا اگه چند فصل اول رو بخواني ديگه نيازي نيست بقيه رو بخواني چون همش تكرار هست! " در فقدان يا ميتوان پوسيد يا ميتوان به اوج زندگي دست يافت"