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He is chosen to be "The Receiver," which means that the former Receiver, now The Giver, will pass him all of the memories he holds for the society.This book is required school reading for most kids of a certain age, despite (or maybe because of) those banned booklist challenges.Somehow, though, I'd never read the book, and neither had Y. author and Mc Nally Jackson bookseller Kate Milford, who's written the upcoming, really great novel Jen Doll: In your email to me you told me that you had a really intense reaction to finishing the book—particularly, to the scene at the very end when Jonas escapes from the society and is on a sled, heading for another community, with the baby Gabriel, whom he's saving.There's this girl who goes to his apartment, and you can tell she's been knocking and knocking on his door and no one answers. You think, Or maybe he's driving back to her, but also, there's no proof he didn't die.
You have all this incredible emotional buildup but an ending that doesn't give you closure, and you're afraid to think too much about it.
(Note: Spoilers do follow, so if that sort of thing bothers you, make sure to read the book first.) The main character of the book is Jonas, a boy who, at the beginning, is on the verge of turning 12.
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