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You never quite understand yourself until youre tested The book Holes by Louis Sachar tells a story of Stanley Yelnats who happened to be under a curse that began with his no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing great-great-grandfather Throughout the days in Camp Green Lake he was able to discover the real history of his family I enjoyed reading the adventures in this book even though the ending seems a bit unrealistic In personal opinion there were several different purposes of Louis Sachar writing this novel First of all it was quite interesting how Stanley got arrested It showed how pathetic this world is that an innocent person only gets vindicated after someone being willing to believe himher Stanley wasnt who other people thought he was he rarely knew about himself He discovered a lot about his past about life but most of all what he was capable of doing Things will eventually turn out well if you never give up Holes takes you on an adventure with Stanley through each chapter you wont be able to stop reading because the connection between the past and present in the story pulls the trigger Every time that a piece of history is revealed it foreshadows what will happen in the present day Camp Green Lake thats one part that I liked the most Its like the story is being relived I thought the ending was really unrealistic sort of surprising After all the difficult things Stanley went through it felt like everything went too smooth for him in the end Zero was lucky to leave Camp Green Lake with Stanley it even seemed impossible In the suitcase they found together there were valuable papers and jewelry altogether was worth about 2 million dollars which was shared evenly between Stanley and Zero This wasnt how I thought it would turn out but its good that its a happy ending for both of them Now that Stanley could move into a new house
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