The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Damon, Tyler, & Ulices

The Summary

In the beginning of the story, Huck is trying to deal with his drunken father. The story of Huckleberry Finn begins where the Tom Sawyer story left off. Huck just made quite a bit of money and his father is trying to steal it from him. He runs away from his father and meets a slave man named Jim.

In the middle of the book, Huck is helping Jim escape north to the free land. They get a large raft and head down the Mississippi River. Along the way, they run into a lot of problems. After Jim makes it to the free land, Huck has to keep himself from telling on Jim since there is a reward out for his finding.

In the end of the book, something goes wrong with Jim. Huck and Tom are setting out to go find Jim and help him escape from the people trying to get him.

Main Characters of the Story

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Huckleberry Finn

Huckleberry Finn is a 13 year old kid from St. Petersburg, Missouri. He is very for being so young adventurous. He had troubles living with his father, so he decided to ran away. Along the way, he met new people, new friends, and had a crazy adventure.

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Tom Sawyer

Tom Sawyer is considered Huck's best friend. He is around the same age and is also very adventurous. He enjoys playing pretend robbers with Huck. Together, Huck and Tom had a "gang".

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Jim is the run-away slave that Huck finds in the woods. He is trying to get himself to free land. Huck decides to help him get there and the have many difficulties on the way. Throughout the adventure, Jim and Huck began to become great friends. Jim even calls Huck is best friend after time.

Clips From the Movie

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A scene from The adventures of Huck Finn

Tyler's Rating

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3.5 out of 5

I gave this book 3.5 because the story was good, but it was difficult to read. I liked the adventure that Huck went on even though he was 13. He was living every kids dream.

Damon's Rating

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4 out of 5

I gave the story a 4 because I really liked the plot. It had a really nice adventurous feel to it and I like those kind of books. Some of it was hard to understand, but after readying the book, confusing parts started to make sense.

Ulices Rating

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4.5 out of 5

I really liked what was going on in the story. It all fit together really good. Reading it was tough because of the language that Mark Twain wrote it in.