“Long Walk” by Nolan

Book Review:

5 thoughts on ““Long Walk” by Nolan

  1. Nolan, what an incredible story of courage and resilience. Thank you for sharing it.

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  2. Nolan your story was great in my opinion and if left me wanting more. my favorite part was when your grandpa jumped off of the boat because is was suspenseful. But I think the main idea was how your grandpa had to walk a very long distance. Is it cool to have family history like this? I wont forget this story because it was great and I usually never hear stories this good.

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  3. I thought your story is interesting and passionate my favourite part of your book is the part when your grampa jumped off the boat because he would take any risk for his family to be safe even if it meant jumping into the ocean from the U S and swim all the way over to Canada. This story reminds me of the time my dad jumped into the water when we were sailing my sister went swimming and started to float away and my dad jumped into the water to save my sister. I loved how you actually told the story and not just read it off a paper sheet because your voice actually sounded like you were telling a story. I will not forget how your grampa jumped out of the boat to save his life and his future family

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  4. Nolan i think you made a great story i connected when your great great grandpa traveled to canada because my grandpa sailed to canada i liked the part when your great great grampa jumped off the boat to make it to canada i thought it was interesting also because it was during world war two.

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  5. My favourite part of your living book is when you said that August jumped off the ship, and this is interesting to me because jumping off a ship probably takes a lot of courage, and it’s amazing how he was able to swim so far. I also have a connection to the part when you said “fish out of the canals”, because sometimes I like going fishing with my father, although in much less intense circumstances. I think that it’s really cool how that story has been passed down along the years, and actually, that’s really good news, you know, the fact that the story hasn’t disappeared yet? In all probability, I’m quite sure that I will not forget the part where you talked about August’s family struggling to survive the war, even though they were innocent citizens that didn’t want any bloodshed.

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