FC: Book Report By: Harlie Whitlock
1: Title Page "Bride at Eighteen" Hila Colman Genre: Romance
2: College Life
3: The setting of this novel is present day college life. The main characters do things like regular college students.
4: Summary: Kate Minton grew up with her brother and mother in a very small village in Vermont. They didn't have very much. When Kate got a scholarship to go to college, you could only imagine how excited her mother was. Kate's best friend introduced her to Mike. Kate and Mike fell in love after a few months. Mike asked Kate to marry him and she dropped out of college to do so. Kate had to work while Mike went to law school. They had problems, but they worked all of them out.
5: Theme: The central idea of this novel is to never give up your dreams for someone else. Something could always go wrong and you would be stuck by yourself with no dreams or goals.
6: Kate- Kate Minton is a very laid back person. She would not argue with you about anything in the world. Not arguing becomes a problem for her because she marries a man named Mike who likes to argue.
7: Mike- Mike is the complete opposite of Kate. Mike likes to argue and he is definitely not a laid back person. He likes to always be busy and involved in everything. Mike marries Kate. Their personalities tend to clash a little but they love one another.
8: Kate argues with Candy about going to a debate about politics. Kate finally decided to go. Mike and Kate argued about her going to New York with him; she finally went. | Kate and Mike also argue about her working, but they work it out.
9: About the Author: Hila Colman was born and raised in New York City. She there attended Calhoun School. After she graduated she attended Radcliffe College. In recent years she has started writing books for teen-age girls. | No picture of author provided.
10: Recommendation: This novel was by far one of my favorites. There was really nothing bad about this book from my perspective. Hila Colman definitely knows how to create characters and put all of their personalities together. I would recommend this book for any female teen-ager.
11: The End By: Harlie Whitlock
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