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The Giver by Lois Lowry is an interesting science fiction book It tells a story of a boy living in a future society completely controlled by Elders I get this message from the story that technology security and research will never be able to replace a feeling such as love In a society where there is no freedom there lived a boy named Jonas He was very excited to turn 12 where Ceremony of Twelve which gives every pupil aged twelve an assignment or job for that person to do for their entire life On the day when he was turning 12 he received a job name Receiver of Memory where he has to receive the memories that are not known to public from the Giver Jonas receives memories from the Giver He received color fun love pain death and many other memories The Nurturers people who take care of newborn babies were very optimistic about Gabriel They want to take him to the Nurturing Center but the new child cries and dont sleep That is why the Nurturers decide to let it stay with Jonas for a time because when Gabriels with Jonas he peacefully sleeps Few days later Jonas watches his father release a baby In Jonass society millions and millions of people gets released when they are sick or when they are too old Jonas noticed that to release means to kill Jonas is mad at the society and plans to run away from the society The Giver is helping Jonas to run away from the society by making excuses such as special training for Jonas to have more time Jonas gets his bike and Gabriel then started to run away Couple of days later Jonas sees sparks of light ahead of him that might lead to the new world Jonas and his family does not love each other because they have no memory of love instead they have technology and security
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