The House of the Scorpion Essay | Essay

Nancy Farmer
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Book Review of The House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer

Summary: Book Review of The House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer. Review provides a plot summary, an overview of the main characters and examines their friendships in the face of difficult situations.

The House of the Scorpion, written by Farmer, Nancy is book based on a cloned boy's life. He lives on a drug farm on the border of Mexico. This boys name is Matteo Alacran a.k.a. Matt or "The Clone." During his life he meets many people and finds friends. He finds out later in the story that he is the clone of the owner of the farm El Patron the - the original Matteo Alacran. El Patron is a powerful drug lord who had a difficult life. He also cheats death daily. One of Matt's experiences living in the house was meeting Maria the only girl that treated Matt like a person, which created a close bond between them. Once during a forced wedding of two people who were really not meant for each other, Matt and Maria hid in their secret closet. They explored that...

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