THE BIG DAY BY BLÁSQUEZ FIGUEROA BOOK REVIEW

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THE BIG DAY BY BLÁSQUEZ FIGUEROA BOOK REVIEW
THE BIG DAY BY BLÁSQUEZ FIGUEROA BOOK REVIEW

Book Summary: The Big Day by Blasquez Figueroa

A sudden and dazzling flash of sunshine… That is the start of the unusual story of a boy, who doesn’t keep in mind the small print of his previous… Not even his personal identify. However, the lack of his reminiscences is the least of his issues…

Fleeing from a barren surroundings, the boy arrives on an unknown place… But then, why does he has the acquainted sensation of realizing such place? Why does his thoughts, which can’t even keep in mind the identify, compels him to seek for somebody named Augusto? How can you discover somebody, whom you’ve by no means seen earlier than, on a familiarly unusual place? Moreover, how does this boy, so misplaced, can perceive the fundamentals of a overseas language, which he doesn’t keep in mind of studying? Why does he really feel so attracted by home windows?

The Big Day is a narrative for all tastes, whereby the reader can discover large dosages of thriller, a spoonful of drama, a pinch of comedy, and, even, a slight taste of suspense and horror. It is a book centered on fascinating characters, constructed on a rhythm of its personal and with the presence, on key moments, of a narrator unconformed with “the source”.

The Big Day inform us an atypical story, with atypical individuals and characters who face atypical issues… Except by an important element…

Character List: The Big Day by Blasquez Figueroa

Chosen/Cássio: A boy who should keep in mind concerning the selections which result in his final day of life.

Augusto: A powerful willed man who helps the Chosen to grasp the significance of his life selections.

Vera: Cássio’s mom. A strict girl, who has taken the accountability of elevating a son on her personal, amidst a lifetime of poverty.

The Narrator: On two chapters, the narrator places the principle story apart to share ideas and extra details about the story’s “Source” and/or facet characters.

Tonico: An ascending drug seller. Cássio and him turned associates by probability. Despite being a felony, he tries to be a person guided by an ethical code, treading a grey path.

Miguel: A robust drug seller. Tonico’s former boss.

Book Review: The Big Day by Blasquez Figueroa

The Big Day by Blasquez Figueroa begins with a boy who can’t keep in mind something about his previous, even his identify. However a voice inside his head proclaims him as The Chosen and demand him to seek out Augusto. Eventually, the boy finds Augusto. After studying from the boy, Augusto understands what’s occurring with the boy and brings him to a tombstone in a graveyard.

The boy acknowledge the identify on tombstone, Cássio Roberto da Silva Junior, as his personal. After a face-off with Augusto, the boy learns about his previous life as Cassio and the way he died serving a drug lord. Together they, the boy and Augusto, be taught concerning the selections of the boy which led him underneath the tombstone. The story ends as Augusto presents two selections to the boy, the trail of forgetting and beginning anew, or the trail of remembering and studying by his previous errors.

Cassio was such a robust and lovable character from the start (and in his each life). I completely adored him however greater than that I respect Augusto and his help for the boy. I cherished all of the suspense and thriller on this book. Not to say the truth that the characters themselves have been wonderful. Cassio and Augusto’s relationship was simply excellent for this book, together with different facet characters, as nicely. But the topic (reincarnation) will make you suppose twice about any assumptions you will have made afterlife.

The Big Day by Blasquez Figueroa was wonderful! It was a fairly fast learn, not solely due to its size however as a result of the writer doesn’t waste phrases; he’s not liable to detailed descriptions of something. His writing is environment friendly and action-oriented. Because of this, the reader’s funding is just not actually in the principle character, however the thriller of the story. Perhaps this was intentional. It lined all the pieces readers love; thriller, betrayal, homicide. I extremely advocate The Big Day to anybody who loves studying concerning the reincarnation, and naturally anybody who loves an important thriller.

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