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A Passage to India
by E.M. Forster | Literature & Fiction
Registered by workinglead of Rosemead, California USA on Saturday, August 26, 2006
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Journal Entry 1 by workinglead from Rosemead, California USA on Saturday, August 26, 2006

9 out of 10

This novel may be Forster's best work of fiction. The story is set in India at the height of the British empire. On a grand scale the plot deals with the social problems that existed between the natives and the Anglo-Indians. On a smaller scale it addresses the problems that exist in all personal relationships: primary among them, effective communication. This book was selected as summer reading for English IV students at Bishop Amat High School. 


Journal Entry 2 by kidcreole from Rosemead, California USA on Thursday, August 31, 2006

10 out of 10

Woo hoo! That Mr. Lewis, what a terrific guy. I loved this book. What else has the author written? 


Journal Entry 3 by KingOfSteeze from Upland, California USA on Thursday, August 31, 2006

3 out of 10

This book didn't entertain me at all. I found it extreamly hard to get into reading because i couldn't understand the old english they used. The intro also didn't catch my eye. 


Journal Entry 4 by futbolstud from Whittier, California USA on Thursday, August 31, 2006

4 out of 10

The complex style of the novel was extremely difficult to comprehend. However, the overall plot of the story was interesting and unique. 


Journal Entry 5 by Decker688 from La Puente, California USA on Thursday, August 31, 2006

This book has not been rated.

I didn't really enjoy the book it was somewhat confusing to me. All the names and the spelling and how we aren't use to that, made things a little frustrating as well.In my opinion i wounldn't read the book, it personally didn't capture my intrest. 


Journal Entry 6 by Keoni-07 from West Covina, California USA on Thursday, August 31, 2006

4 out of 10

Although the trial was an interesting part of the book all in all it was quite boring and took a while to get through, i think that you could of thought of another book that we could enjoy over the summer break 


Journal Entry 7 by spoiledballer33 from Los Angeles, California USA on Thursday, August 31, 2006

3 out of 10

This novel was so unbelievably hard to grasp because of the fact that it was writtin in this old english that I'm not familiar with. And the only interesting part to me was the whole court part,and it took so long just to get to this spot. 


Journal Entry 8 by dancingQueen16 from West Covina, California USA on Thursday, August 31, 2006

7 out of 10

When I first started to read the book, I thought it was kind of confusing and borng. As I read on further it became interesting to me. I really enjoyed how the auther explained and captured the world around the characters. I wish it could have been more exciting! 


Journal Entry 9 by bahsco07 from West Covina, California USA on Thursday, August 31, 2006

7 out of 10

i thought the book was good , i wish it was a bit more entertaining 


Journal Entry 10 by fatcatnat on Thursday, August 31, 2006

8 out of 10

Overall, I thought the book was interesting. It was really hard to read though. It's true if you just take away all the extra details, that the book is a very simple story to follow. 


Journal Entry 11 by uscfan from Temple City, California USA on Thursday, August 31, 2006

9 out of 10

When I first saw the book, I was a little confused on how the story of two British women would be connected to India. As the story went on, I understood even though I would get all the characters mixed up. In the end, I really enjoyed the novel and I hope others can read this well written book. 


Journal Entry 12 by LiLFiShY12 from San Dimas, California USA on Thursday, August 31, 2006

6 out of 10

I thought the book was interesting but it had a slow start. It did not interest me as much as i would have liked it to. The book however, did have a good message it was trying to get across. It was interesting to read how the British and the Indians did not get along how the Indians were treated in the novel. 


Journal Entry 13 by LL-JJ from Walnut, California USA on Thursday, August 31, 2006

4 out of 10

Ok so i would never read this book on my own! But it was interesting sometimes, just a little on the long side! 


Journal Entry 14 by sillytink from Los Angeles, California USA on Friday, September 01, 2006

5 out of 10

This novel was actually not so bad. Infact this book truely shows just how hard friendships, both in the presant and past, really are. But on the flip side this book seemed to drag on and on. They made the book so long that at times it became boring and almost unbareable to read. Mr. Lewis overall this book was boring but at least you know we read it based on the comments!! 


Journal Entry 15 by funkyTmonkey from La Puente, California USA on Friday, September 01, 2006

6 out of 10

i found the book to be long and tedious. i found it disapointing that everytime the book began to get interesting it would suddenly stop and continue to drone on. i did however like the ending of the novel because it was not the typical "happly ever after" ending that people become accoustomed to. 


Journal Entry 16 by OHFORSHOW from West Covina, California USA on Friday, September 01, 2006

5 out of 10

If it weren't for summer reading, I would have probably never read this book in my life. I don't think such a simple story should be so extensive the way this is, but if Forster is famous for it then I suppose there's got to be enough people who enjoy it. 


Journal Entry 17 by Gail07 from La Puente, California USA on Saturday, September 02, 2006

5 out of 10

To be honest, I found it a little boring in the sense that it was very difficult to follow, but I did like the storyline. It would have been a great book to have read if it weren't so hard to read. 


Journal Entry 18 by amatpyro93 from Pico Rivera, California USA on Saturday, September 02, 2006

2 out of 10

I feel this way about the novel because there was nothing in the book that really grabbed my attention and/or interest. 


Journal Entry 19 by DarkChokolate from West Covina, California USA on Saturday, September 02, 2006

7 out of 10

I thought this book was quite interesting. Especially with the racism happening between the Indians and then British. The only part i didnt like was when Aziz went to trial the oucome of the trial was too predictable
 


Journal Entry 20 by Per1english from West Covina, California USA on Saturday, September 02, 2006

6 out of 10

The plot of the book was good but the but the part were it is supposed to enterain you was not. 


Journal Entry 21 by brbriballr from La Puente, California USA on Saturday, September 02, 2006

7 out of 10

To me the book was average. It wasn't a great fantstic book but it was not a complete bore to me. All in all the book was interesting but i would never really read it for fun on my own. 


Journal Entry 22 by lancers1 from Pomona, California USA on Saturday, September 02, 2006

6 out of 10

This is probably the only book that ive learned more about another race! it was quite educating! 


Journal Entry 23 by Turtleface68 from Baldwin Park, California USA on Sunday, September 03, 2006

7 out of 10

I did like the book but it was a little dull in the beginning then once i read along it started getting interesting. I didn't know much of where the book was going or how it was going to end, but in the end it was worth it. 


Journal Entry 24 by bugo from La Puente, California USA on Sunday, September 03, 2006

4 out of 10

i really did not enjoy this book Mr. Lewis 


Journal Entry 25 by Standup-Radio from La Puente, California USA on Sunday, September 03, 2006

4 out of 10

I thought that "A Passage to India" was a pretty boring story with a good message behind it. Like when Adela made her wrong accusation of Aziz in the cave. She accused him of rape just cause he was an Indian. She "judged a book by it's cover." 


Journal Entry 26 by babiicakes0234 from West Covina, California USA on Sunday, September 03, 2006

6 out of 10

A Passage to India was an interesting book. I feel that it was too long. It took forever to get to the point of the whole story. E.M. Forster should of combined it into one part instead of two. Other than that it was a good book. 


Journal Entry 27 by electric12 from El Monte, California USA on Sunday, September 03, 2006

6 out of 10

the plot of the book is too slow. all the events of the book take place at a slow pace. 


Journal Entry 28 by Barry-Summers from West Covina, California USA on Sunday, September 03, 2006

5 out of 10

It was Not as Bad as I thought it was going to be!!!!Athough it was still pretty boring,and hard to understand!!!! 


Journal Entry 29 by egogo from Upland, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

6 out of 10

As many classmates described it, the novel was rather hard. I will give it that, but that maybe why I fell in love with this book. The challenging vocabulary, the surreal narrative structure frustrated me but gave me a deeper appreciation of not only this book, but all British Literature 


Journal Entry 30 by stride from La Puente, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

2 out of 10

I did not really like the book. It was boring and hard to understand. 


Journal Entry 31 by scissorqueen from Azusa, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

7 out of 10

I feel that this book had a good story background but the way it was written made it hard for me to read. I often found myself re-reading whole pages just because i did not get what it was talking about. The story line was so simple and I would have loved to have understood most of it the first time. I wish I could have enjoyed the book more, but i just think that since it was for a summer project that it was hard on everyone! 


Journal Entry 32 by Amat07 from West Covina, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

8 out of 10

i believe that a passage to india was a very nicely written book. it was very descriptive and had a very interesting story line, but at times some parts of the novel were a bit boring and uncomprehensive. also, some chapters were extremely boring. the whole idea of the story was eye catching. overall a passage to india had its highs and lows which comes to be an average book. 


Journal Entry 33 by ELEMENOPEE from Diamond Bar, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

6 out of 10

If it weren't for the summer reading assignment, I don't think that I would have read this book. I enjoyed the plot although the read was difficult to comprehend and a bit slow. 


Journal Entry 34 by iheartyou from Rowland Heights, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

5 out of 10

The introduction chapter of A Passage to India failed to catch my attention. It set a boring tone for me for the rest of the book. However, the plot was very interesting including the court events. In addition, I found it difficult to understand the connection of many events. 


Journal Entry 35 by Dipset17 from West Covina, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

4 out of 10

The way it was written made it a tough book to read, so i didnt really enjoy it. 


Journal Entry 36 by wingAnonymousFinderwing on Monday, September 04, 2006

5 out of 10

this book could have been more interesting and less confusing than it was to some of us. there were too many conversations that made things confusing for me because sometimes i did not know who was speaking.

CAUGHT IN HACIENDA HEIGHTS CALIFORNIA USA 


Journal Entry 37 by PiNKeRBeLL07 from West Covina, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

7 out of 10

I found "A Passage to India" quite boring, the storyline was great but still did not cath my attention and the old english was hard to understand. 


Journal Entry 38 by am85331 from West Covina, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

4 out of 10

the book was a bit interesting but hard to keep up with.It was just okay, could not keep my attention long with the conversations, except for the courtroom scene. would have liked a more interesting book! 


Journal Entry 39 by katiLOVEcouture from Monrovia, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

10 out of 10

A Passage to India was a very heavily-worded novel, requiring the reader to peel through the thick diction in order to understand a very simple story (very characteristic of most British Lit). Although the style of the book made it--at times--tedious and monotonous, the basic story of the novel was simple. I liked that Forster used the example of the racial, cultural, and social misunderstandings and mistreatments in India during the reign of the British. This example allows the reader--the American reader, in particular--to understand that prejudice extends beyond just black and white. I also found it interesting that Forster himself was not only a human-rights advocate, but a victim of socital mistreatment, being a homosexual. A Passage to India is an excellent novel, that showcased the negative effects of fear, ignorance, and power. 


Journal Entry 40 by katiLOVEcouture from Monrovia, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

10 out of 10

A Passage to India was a very heavily-worded novel, requiring the reader to peel through the thick diction in order to understand a very simple story (very characteristic of most British Lit). Although the style of the book made it--at times--tedious and monotonous, the basic story of the novel was simple. I liked that Forster used the example of the racial, cultural, and social misunderstandings and mistreatments in India during the reign of the British. This example allows the reader--the American reader, in particular--to understand that prejudice extends beyond just black and white. I also found it interesting that Forster himself was not only a human-rights advocate, but a victim of socital mistreatment, being a homosexual. A Passage to India is an excellent novel, that showcased the negative effects of fear, ignorance, and power. 


Journal Entry 41 by angelofmusic89 from La Puente, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

4 out of 10

I thought that the book had it's good and bad points. It was for the most part, not that entertaining. It was kind of dull. I got lost alot. It was difficult to understand. I really didn't like it. 


Journal Entry 42 by rachface from Montclair, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

3 out of 10

Although the book was well written, I found it to be boring and uninteresting. The beginning of the novel needed a better story line and an overall boring book. 


Journal Entry 43 by smv07 from Baldwin Park, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

4 out of 10

I feel that it was a difficult novel to understand mainly because of the way in which it was written. I found it confusing at times during the beginning, but I did notice that as I read more I began to realize the theme of the novel. By understanding what the theme was, it was easier to comprehend when reading the rest of it. However, I don't feel it was really a compelling novel, mainly because it took so much to understand it that it really took away from the substance of the novel. Therefore, I feel as though the novel was not what I expected it to be, and so I was not able to really enjoy it. 


Journal Entry 44 by ashleanne18 from West Covina, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

4 out of 10

The novel "A Passage to India" was a little to slow for me, I just really could not get into the book. The book was very descriptive, more than needed in the book. But I did like to relationship and confliction between the English and Indians. I also liked that there relationship reflected the counties as well. 


Journal Entry 45 by MOOSE07 from La Puente, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

4 out of 10

I thought the storyline to A PASSAGE TO INDIA was rather interesting, but some aspects of the book made it just a little hard to go along with. Although the plot was fictitious, A PASSAGE TO INDIA allowed readers to take a glimpse of how British colonization in India affected the people. 


Journal Entry 46 by ElectricHeart from La Puente, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

7 out of 10

I thought this book was a little difficult to understand, and didn't really catch my full attention. The novel was a little slow in the beginning, but picked up a little action towards the middle. 


Journal Entry 47 by gordo-007 from La Puente, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

4 out of 10

As i read this novel i became confused because the book began to mention people by one name then later on it would use a different name for the same person. Because of this confusion i began to dislike the book. But after i was finished reading the novel i tought it to be very uninteresting. However i do like the fact that the book concentrates on issues such as racism. 


Journal Entry 48 by wingAnonymousFinderwing on Monday, September 04, 2006

3 out of 10

I tought the book was really hard to understand and it was confusing i didn't like it at all.

CAUGHT IN WEST COVINA CA US 


Journal Entry 49 by Tink21 from West Covina, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

5 out of 10

To me the book was confusing,but i mainly got the gist of what it was referring to and how it showed the racial tension in India.It would of been great if it was a bit more exciting because then i would of been able to actually get into the book. 


Journal Entry 50 by BrokeVWguy from La Puente, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

5 out of 10

As a reader I was not too fond of it at all. I didn't have muched interest so I used Notes to help me guide through out the rest of the book. 


Journal Entry 51 by swimmer2007 from West Covina, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

3 out of 10

i didn't like this book it was confusing and really hard to understand. 


Journal Entry 52 by amat70 from La Puente, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

This book has not been rated.

I think the book was very good, not my top choices of books to read.  


Journal Entry 53 by crayon07 from Covina, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

5 out of 10

i found the book to be very confusing, it was hard to follow. It was interesting at some points, but most of the time i didnt care for it. 


Journal Entry 54 by cheercapt07 from Baldwin Park, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

5 out of 10

I really didn't enjoy the book. I also thought it was hard to comprehend. I didn't like how you had to read half the book to get to the beginning of the main point. 


Journal Entry 55 by GROWNMANBUSINES from Covina, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

3 out of 10

ADELA QUESTED VICTIMIZED HERSELF. SHE IS NOT MENTALLY, NOR EMOTIONALLY STRONG. ADELA WAS RIDICULOUSLY CHARACTERIZED, AND IS NOT THE GREATEST OF CHARACTERS. THE BOOK WAS PITIFUL, THERE WAS TO BE SOME INTEREST IN THE BEGINNING OF THE NOVEL; BUT SOON AFTER THE TRIAL, THE BOOK PLUNGED DOWNWARD TOWARDS HELL! A WOMAN LOOKING FOR LOVE IN A FOREIGN IS PROBABLY NOT THE SMARTEST OF DECISIONS, AS DISPLAYED BY THE MAIN CHARACTER ADELA 


Journal Entry 56 by JellyBean02 from West Covina, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

3 out of 10

In my opinion, "A Passage to India" was not a very interesting book. Throughout the novel it was very dull and boring. This book would be for an older age group. Therefore I did not relly enjoy reading this book. 


Journal Entry 57 by soccerblondy from Temple City, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

2 out of 10

I did not like the book. I thought the book was boring. It was hard to get into the book and read it. 


Journal Entry 58 by belizeanbriT from Chino, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

7 out of 10

Despite the fact that this book was difficult to read, I enjoyed it. The title of the novel itself sounds awful. But after reading it, I feel by no means is this true. Personally i enjoy history, and the fact that this novel takes place in India is quite fascinating. 


Journal Entry 59 by cheerup38 from Santa Fe Springs, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

5 out of 10

I thought that the book was interesting, because it had to deal with racism and prejudice. 


Journal Entry 60 by NeNe13 from Arcadia, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

3 out of 10

The novel A Passage to India was really boring. It didn't get into it, so I couldn't enjo it. I couldn't get interested in it, which made me put off reading it until I absolutely had to. The characters were unique in there own way, and that did make the novel alittle more interesting. Every situation throughout the novel had no suspense, I had a feeling how they would end and I ended up being right. 


Journal Entry 61 by wingAnonymousFinderwing on Monday, September 04, 2006

3 out of 10

I thought that the book tried to relay and interesting and important message. However at the same time i believe the auther had way to many things going on at the same time making it very difficult to comprehend. All in all the book was just ok because even though the message was a good one it was not enjoyable to read.

CAUGHT IN POMONA CA USA 


Journal Entry 62 by iicanread from San Dimas, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

2 out of 10

This book was somewhat entertaining. 


Journal Entry 63 by JID13 from San Gabriel, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

3 out of 10

The begining of the book was too boring, not one of my favorite books. 


Journal Entry 64 by thinkbig from Walnut, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

5 out of 10

the novel was a little hard to understand but once i got it it started to make sence. 


Journal Entry 65 by CC-D07 from West Covina, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

2 out of 10

ok so this book was hard to get into it had a mediocre story line. but over all it did not catch my interest! especially to read over the summer...and not to mention our last summer at amat (yay!) but yea ok well thats it!!! 


Journal Entry 66 by BOLENsFINEST from Baldwin Park, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

1 out of 10

This book was hard to understand and had a very confusing start, not interesting

CAUGHT IN BALDWIN PARK CA USA 


Journal Entry 67 by volcom327 from West Covina, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

2 out of 10

I didn't enjoy this book. It was a long book and very difficult to follow along with. I had no interest in this book. 


Journal Entry 68 by babeebuddha from Duarte, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

5 out of 10

I thought the book was difficult to read. I might of found it more enjoyable if i could relate or comprehend the text more. 


Journal Entry 69 by thisiswill from Hacienda Heights, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

5 out of 10

The book was alright. some of the chaperts were pretty wordy though; British Literature I guess. all in all, it was about average. 


Journal Entry 70 by Jface from West Covina, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

3 out of 10

I didn't really like it. It was Kind of boring and the storyline didn't catch my attention. 


Journal Entry 71 by rubberduckie08 from Alhambra, California USA on Monday, September 04, 2006

5 out of 10

This novel was boring to read because it went into to much detail but there was still some interesting points in it. 


Journal Entry 72 by wheReiSmyMiNd from Baldwin Park, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

5 out of 10

When I began reading A Passage to India by E.M. Forster, I found the book to be confusing and boring, and there was no connection I felt in enjoying the book. As I read on I began to understand Forster's connection between the relationships of his main characters related to the relationships between the Indians and the British, which were held on a difficult level of understanding one another. I began to grasp Forster's expression of prejudice and racism through his novel. Then I began to really dislike the book, because I felt it unmoral the way the British treated the Indians, and in the end of the novel there was no unity reached between either of the groups. I admire Forster for his explanation of the pride and prejudice in the time the British expanded their empire and took control of the Indians. 


Journal Entry 73 by brkvballgrl from West Covina, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

3 out of 10

This book was extremely boring I do not recall any excitement at all. The one time that I sensed some excitement was when the girl adela claimed to be raped and ended up accusing the wrong person so that brought on some confusion. Their was a lot of characters which I found hard to keep track of. 


Journal Entry 74 by A-DISCO from La Puente, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

5 out of 10

When i had first seen the cover of this book i thought it would be very interesting. As I read the chapters i began to find the story very difficult to understand. I did not enjoy reading this book as i hoped. 


Journal Entry 75 by wingAnonymousFinderwing on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

4 out of 10

I wasn't really into the book considering that i had other projects to do and i was rushing through it. However, some parts did catch my attention and i learned some lessons from the book.

CAUGHT IN EL MONTE CA UNITED STATES 


Journal Entry 76 by LOLOFOSHO from San Dimas, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

4 out of 10

A Passage To India was an interesting book. Although I did not like the book very much, I still enjoyed the overall plot of the book. I liked the diversity part of the book because it made me realize about how bad the diversity was in the past. The book could have had more action because throughtout the novel I found myself falling asleep or losing focus easily. I did like the characters in the book and their role they had to the book or on the other characters. My favorite character was Dr. Aziz because he stayed strong in his belief and in the end won his freedom. 


Journal Entry 77 by fatmanb0ogie from El Monte, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

5 out of 10

Considering that i also had other projects due, and this book was given rather late, I had to rush through the book. I wasn't really into the book. I wouldn't consider it as a the kind that you MUST read. 


Journal Entry 78 by ramz on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

6 out of 10

This novel was fairly complicated to follow at times. I havnt read any books such as A PAssage to India by E.M. Forester. The overall meaning of the novel as I see it is uniting one but yet the comlications that follow along with it. 


Journal Entry 79 by double-deuces from Covina, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

4 out of 10

"A Passage to India" was a difficult book to understand. I think mostly because I wasn't into it, so nothing interesting stuck in my head. The book has a very slow beginning and and is not an attention grabber. Even as i read on, the book just seemed to drag on, with nothing exciting happening. The hatred of the British and Indian natives towards each other was not an exciting topic to read about. However, I suppose there could have been other books far worse than this that we had to read. 


Journal Entry 80 by Scubasamie from La Puente, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

5 out of 10

Like many of my classmates i found the book to be a little on the boring side. It is not somthing i would read over and over again, but it does have its moments. There were certain techniques that Forester used to draw me in, but once i was drawn in i was either overwhelmed by discriptions or pushed away by confusion. 


Journal Entry 81 by Ohhello from Rowland Heights, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

This book has not been rated.

If not for the summer reading project, I probably would have never read this book on my own. Aside from the novel being slow and slightly hard to understand, it is not of my literature preference. 


Journal Entry 82 by monkeykid from Rosemead, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

5 out of 10

The novel was well written but it was hard to keep up with what was going on. I just did not find it entertaining, i mean i found my self daydreaming most of the time. I must say it was a bad summer read. 


Journal Entry 83 by icanread28 on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

7 out of 10

this book took me a while to get into. if it was not for the summer project i would never have opened a page. im glad i kept reading because even though it takes a while to get there, the story gets really interesting. it deals with so many social problems and individual issues. its good. 


Journal Entry 84 by ilovebooks28 from Pasadena, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

6 out of 10

it took me a while to get into the story. if it wadnt for the summer reading, i probably never would have read it.im glad i read i kept reading it though because the story isnt so bad in the end. 


Journal Entry 85 by logical1 from Covina, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

4 out of 10

The story to me didn't seem that interesting. Opening the first couple of pages was really hard. It made me want to put the book down. Forster's style of writting is very difficult to figure out. But one plus on the book is that the issues in the book kept me somewhat interested. 


Journal Entry 86 by vanessuhhh from Baldwin Park, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

4 out of 10

A Passage to India by Forster, from my point of view, was very difficult to comprehend and boring. The book was dull and too extensive for me. If it wasnt assigned for a summer reading project i would have probably not read it. 


Journal Entry 87 by Grenuda626 from Hacienda Heights, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

2 out of 10

This book was not found interesting to me because I didn't feel I could relate to the theme or any of the cultural backgrounds. When I began the book it seemed boring already and not something that would catch my interest. 


Journal Entry 88 by crochunter124 from El Monte, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

3 out of 10

Overall Forester's novel didn't catch my attenetion at all. I can honestly say that I wouldn't refer this book to any of my friends. it just wasn't a great to assign to high school students over the summer to read. 


Journal Entry 89 by tundra22s from Corona, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

5 out of 10

i think that this book was boring.the part that i enjoyed was how it show relationships between two different cultures in tha past.the book was too long 


Journal Entry 90 by ladyg707 from Hacienda Heights, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

4 out of 10

I thought the book was interesting during the trial part of the novel but the beginning was a bit dull. 


Journal Entry 91 by ADdons24 from Baldwin Park, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

3 out of 10

This book had no really good action but the trial was basicly it. It would have been better if it would have gone alot faster but it was really slow. 


Journal Entry 92 by dchavz7 from Covina, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

5 out of 10

the book was hard to understand.. and i disliked the racial conflicts. 


Journal Entry 93 by wingAnonymousFinderwing on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

3 out of 10

i thought the book was interesting but it wasn't my type of book.

CAUGHT IN LA PUENTE CALIFORNIA USA 


Journal Entry 94 by ADdons24 from Baldwin Park, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

4 out of 10

I thought the book was a little boring. 


Journal Entry 95 by wingAnonymousFinderwing on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

3 out of 10

i thought the book was interesting but it wasn't my type of book.

CAUGHT IN LA PUENTE CALIFORNIA USA 


Journal Entry 96 by Ornelas66 from El Monte, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

This book has not been rated.

This book was too long, not much excitement was happening throughout the novel. 


Journal Entry 97 by uso-mama from West Covina, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

7 out of 10

i thought the book was really long, but the relationship that the indians and english did not have back then was interesting. 


Journal Entry 98 by urbanmixx117 from West Covina, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

4 out of 10

This book was overall interesting, but was a bore, needs to have more excitement. 


Journal Entry 99 by iblogbooks from Whittier, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

3 out of 10

I thought it was hard to get motivated to read this book, because some parts of the novel were quite boring to read. Some parts of the book could be interesting, but i would not recommend it. 


Journal Entry 100 by rptrmike from La Puente, California USA on Tuesday, September 05, 2006

3 out of 10

I found the book to be very difficult to comprehend at times 


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