the hand of terror

Posted by Summer G in 100wc | 8 Comments

The hand of terror might look scary in pictures and photos. but does that mean it is scary in real life? I hope I am right about this but to be honest  I am probably the only one that knows . he looks scary but in real life he is not. because every  one thinks he is scary  he has no friends .I promise to you he has not come here to terrorise  us guys if you  really  get to know the hand you could actually become his friend in about 3 to 4 minutes  with would make him very very  very pleased .

8 responses to “the hand of terror”

  1. Mrs Dibben says:

    Summer, I love your interpretation and the idea the hand was not the evil monster it appeared

    I am look forward to reading your next blog.

  2. Mrs Dibben says:

    Summer, I love your interpretation and the idea the hand was not the evil monster it appeared

    I look forward to reading your next blog.

  3. Brian says:

    Summer, I’ve just read your blog about the hand. What a great idea to think of it being lonely rather than frightening. It looks less scary now when you look at the picture again. Your may be right, all it wants to do is shake hands and be friends ! Very original thinking. Well done.

  4. Jusden (Team 100) says:

    Hi Summer,

    A really nice story! You make a very interesting use out of the prompt. You start depicting a peculiar setting of the scary hand, but even more peculiar is that you depict it as not scary and actually friendly. I can relate to this as I remember reading and watching films that have played on the fact that someone is not as they initially seem. The way that you set up this question and challenge people makes the piece much more relatable. This really grounds the piece. Your use of empathy for the hand draws people in and might make people feel sorry for it too. Your self doubt that you ‘hope you’re right’ is overweighed by your compassion for the character, and this really shines through. The open ending that it could go either way also leaves a reflective conclusion to the piece. Good use of grammar and punctuation also – especially your use of the rhetorical question. Keep up the good work!

  5. Kate Wilson says:

    Wow Summer. I really like your interpretation. A super version of ‘Don’t judge a book by its cover. Well done.

  6. Andrew Paterson says:

    Hello Summer,
    I thought your story line was fascinating particularly as you chose to make The Hand a friendly character. The frequent use of adjectives such as ‘scary’ does spoil the flow of your writing so do try to avoid repetition whenever possible. Always take time to read back your pieces as that will help you spot simple errors which you can correct before publishing your blog. Nevertheless, a really great blog, well done.

  7. Summer G says:

    hi summer

    I liked your blog because it is different

  8. Mrs Addleton says:

    Hello Summer,
    This is my favourite blog of all this week because, unlike everyone else, you have realised that although The Hand doesn’t look particularly friendly, he might be in need of a friend. Just remember to use capital letters at the start of sentences. I loved your rhetorical question! Well done for taking the time at home to publish this blog.
    5 house points
    Mrs Addleton

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