Of Mice and Men

May 27, 2010
By PAPPA-G BRONZE, Hintington, West Virginia
PAPPA-G BRONZE, Hintington, West Virginia
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Of Mice and Men is a story of two homeless men trying to make it in the world. It’s a book more for teens to adults. It is a story of friends and hope which inspires others.

The story centers around two friends George and Lennie. They are both homeless moving together to find work and fulfill their dream. It was easy to visualize because Steinbeck is descriptive and uses the exact dialect. It is believable because he writes about real life and the old days.

The book is so easy to remember because every character is a loser. They all have problems and the problems are just mind blowing.

At the end Lennie runs off to a special place and waits for George. When George gets there he speaks with Lennie then ends it all. A choice which was best for everyone including him.

I give this book five stars because it is a remarkable and memorable book. I believe almost anybody would enjoy this book.

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