Science Fiction is one of my FAVORITE genres.
Science Fiction usually includes information about science and technology in the future.
The story takes place in the future, in space, or in a different universe or dimension.
The Boy at the End of the World gives us a glimpse of what our future could be--and it wasn't too pretty! Fisher has been "programmed" to respond instinctively, but finds himself struggling to survive over and over.
Without giving away the ending, talk about one conflict Fisher faced, how he problem solved, and what you liked about this scene.
Post your reply by Tuesday, Oct. 28 8:00 p.m.
1. Post your first name & room number
2. What conflict caught your attention?
3. How did Fisher problem solve to escape safely?
4. What did you like about this scene?
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