- they live in a controlled society - everything is black and white - there is an old man called the giver, he can see colors. - he pretty much takes care of everything in the city. - one day the main character sees colour in an apple, - the giver pretty much...
2 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 12/03/2010
The Giver is first, Gathering Blue is second and Messnger is third in the series. *edit - the fourth is called Son*
1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 10/04/2013
I read this book two years ago. It's what YOU think. You can make up whatever you want by what you previously know. It isn't a direct question that has a definite answer, you can play around with it.
3 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 16/01/2011
there are two more books after that, which will answer your question more fully, but yes, he does actually ride a sled. Out of his community/society into a totally different society. The other two are gathering blue, and messenger and the societies...
2 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 28/03/2008
In "The Giver" book, he does not die, but it is assumed, because he explains to Jonas, that he will help the village with the horrible memories, and then die fulfilled. He probably does come back in the other two...
6 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 21/10/2009
whoa. i disagree. Granted, nothing can ever compare to The Giver. But Gathering Blue and Messenger are also great books.They are not just sequels - they can stand alone as young adult sci-fi futuristic novels...
4 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 28/03/2008
i thought it was just ok, I think it would have been better if it was written in first person POV instead of third person, it was an interesting plot idea, but I believe that the story could have been a lot...
4 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 15/01/2010
You'll find out once you read the story, eh?
1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 20/10/2013
Chap 18, roughly page 102: "The Giver chuckled ruefully. "The explanations are difficult. The whole thing is so beyond one's experience. But I tried. And she listened carefully...
1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 22/02/2013
Yes. There's probably an article on Wikipedia or Goodreads if you want to look it up.
1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 18/05/2013