As someone whose friends are all actors, I'm really impressed by the writing thus far. As for the plot? I was skeptical at first (Because, seriously. Bingo.), but the quality of the pages we read may have swayed me to look forward to the rest.
Yeah i agree buddy! like those names are a tounge twister. i have a feeling this book is gona be alota humor and stuff. #swag
Chris, don't worry about messing up the names at first. As the play goes on, each character will become so distinct that you'll be able to distinguish them from one another.In future posts, please explain you comments. For example, what do you mean by a "nice for a change of pace"?
So far on the book I believe it to be a good book but it feels like a very easy read and not very challenging am I correct Chris?
Alex, I agree that the play itself is easy to read and understand on superficial level. When you start to delve into the play (the symbolism of Bingo, the 18 wheeler, etc.), you realize that there is a lot more going one. It is definitely complex enough for Grade 11...I didn't study it until university!