Response to “Fire in the Hills”
“Fire in the Hills” is the one well-known book which is written by Donna Jo Napoli. This particular book firstly published in 2006. It is a good example of the literary work which provides the deep insights into the particular impact of Nazis on the lives of the individuals (Napoli). The effects of war are successfully explained with the depiction of the Roberto who going through with the dangerous form of the journey in his life. Here my particular focus is to respond to the “Fire in the Hills” with the connection to the personal perceptions about the story.
Undoubtedly, the particular story of Roberto explained by Napoli gives the necessary insights about the perspectives of courage and motivation to sustain the journey of life. The little boy, Roberto was kidnapped and suffers from the different forms of difficulty. The author explained that he was anxiously wanted to go home and take different attempts to successfully approach his family. The specific journey of Roberto was not the easy task at all as every mission was the more dangerous than the before. The irony of the whole journey of the main character of the story is that he never gave up on the problems. Ultimately he managed to successfully survive in his life by experiencing different forms of problems.
I perceive the particular story of “Fire in the Hills’ as the feature of the immense level of intensity. It effectively explains the aspect of strength and concentration in life which leads to the point of success. This particular facet is effectively defined through the whole story. Another crucial theme which can be explored in the form of the story is to prospect of helping each other as the good human beings. The paradigm of helping others in any form can be helpful to find own way in the life.
Napoli, D. J. Fire in the Hills. Penguin Young Readers Group, 2008, https://books.google.com.pk/books?id=bfUqEKWdN1kC.