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Erik Versen replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Friday presentations--6th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"I really like the skit Julia and Luke put together. Like other have said, it really shouldn't make a difference about whether a man is very short or whether a woman is very tall. A genetic trait such as height should not dictate what your live…"
Feb 26, 2016
Erik Versen replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Thursday presentation--6th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"Don't get how you can be embarrassed for doing something biological and that you have really no control over (or can you control it?)."
Feb 26, 2016
Erik Versen replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Thursday presentation--6th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"Sierra's poem about suicide stood out to me the most because it was so uplifting and encouraging. The way she tells those who contemplate suicide that they are important and that people love them is beautiful. It almost brings tears to my eyes…"
Feb 26, 2016
Erik Versen replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Thursday presentation--6th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"I think men are afraid of mensturation because most of them never experience it, and therefore they don't understand it."
Feb 25, 2016
Erik Versen replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Wednesday presentation--6th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"One thing that stuck our about Matt de la Pena is his childhood. Growing up in an relatively affluent neighborhood, I can't imagine what life would be like in a community of mainly working class citizens. I also can't imagine living in a…"
Feb 24, 2016
Erik Versen replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Tuesday presentations--6th hour in the group Miss Berdick
"I thought that Connor's poems were very vivid and intriguing. I also feel that they have an edge of mystery. It may be because I don't read poetry very often, but if Connor didn't say anything, I would have had no idea what his poems…"
Feb 23, 2016
Erik Versen replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion Writers Week--Monday presentation 6th AND 7th hours in the group Miss Berdick
"1.Unlike others who have commented here, I do not write very often, however I can imagine that it can be an effective stress reliever. I think that people like JC Brooks are so well known because they write about their hards times in life.…"
Feb 22, 2016
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A Clone of the Scorpion

The House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer is a young-adult science fiction novel. It is set between the U.S. and Mexico in the fictional country of Opium. The immortal ruler of the country, a drug lord called El Patron, has had himself cloned seven times in the past to provide spare body parts to keep his dying body alive.…See More
Nov 1, 2015
Erik Versen replied to Marilyn Berdick's discussion To Kill a Mockingbird reaction in the group Miss Berdick
"The character I respect the most is Walter Cunningham Sr. I always respected him for the gratitude he shows to those who help him, despite being a poor farmer with little money. When Atticus agreed to help Mr. Cunningham with his entailment, he…"
Sep 28, 2015
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The Conflict of Culture

The Price of Conflict "There were too many different cultures, ideals, species, and religions in the galaxy for galactic peace to be possible for more than a short amount of time. - Quinn, Adam. Adventures at and Around the Galaxy. Charleston, 2012. Print. Do you know what both the movie "Avatar" and the novel "Adventures at and Around the Galaxy" have in common? As you may have guessed, both are set on worlds other than Earth which are inhabited by non-human sapient species. The plots…See More
May 25, 2015
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May 20, 2015
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Those Long Gone

        You feel fear. How could you not. The entire adult population of your town has disappeared, and you're trapped in an invisible, yet tangible dome that encloses it.Now, only you and anyone less than fifteen years old remain. Nobody knows why it happened.Was it a science experiment, or the work of an ancient deity? Whatever the cause, it seems that…See More
Apr 1, 2015
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The Testing

Cia dosen't know who to trust anymore. So many people have betrayed her that she can't tell if the next person she sees will stab her or not. If this keeps going, Tomas may try to get her too. Joelle Charbonneau's first take at the dystopian genere, The Testing is a thrilling Hunger Games like story that is both intresting and suspenseful. The book is set nearly a century after a global war that has destroyed most of the world. It is located in what was once the United States of America, now a…See More
Nov 1, 2014
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The Death Cure,

             Thomas is told that the Trials are finally over. They have collected nearly enough data for the cure, they just need him and his friends to do one last thing for them. But can Thomas trust them, after all they put him through? The third book in James Dasher's awesome series, The Death Cure is in my opinion a great…See More
Sep 14, 2014
Erik Versen is now a member of The Fremd High School English Ning
Sep 13, 2014

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A Clone of the Scorpion

Posted on September 29, 2015 at 10:10pm 0 Comments

The House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer is a young-adult science fiction novel. It is set between the U.S. and Mexico in the fictional country of Opium. The immortal ruler of the country, a drug lord called El Patron, has had himself cloned seven times in the past to provide spare…

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The Conflict of Culture

Posted on May 23, 2015 at 12:20am 0 Comments

The Price of Conflict













"There were too many different cultures, ideals, species, and religions in the galaxy for galactic peace to be possible for more than a short amount of time. - Quinn, Adam. Adventures at and Around the Galaxy. Charleston, 2012. Print.





Do you know what both the movie "Avatar" and the novel "Adventures at and…

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Those Long Gone

Posted on March 31, 2015 at 11:35pm 0 Comments

        You feel fear. How could you not. The entire adult population of your town has disappeared, and you're trapped in an invisible, yet tangible dome that encloses it.

Now, only you and anyone less than fifteen years old remain. Nobody knows why it happened.

Was it a science experiment, or the work of an ancient deity? Whatever…

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The Death Cure,

Posted on September 13, 2014 at 6:00pm 0 Comments





             Thomas is told that the Trials are finally over. They have collected nearly enough data for the cure, they just need him and his friends to do one last thing for them. But can Thomas trust them, after all they put him through? The third…

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