Life is short, books are long, so we reach for the abridged (shorter) version of classic novels, don't we?
Cartoonist John Atkinson has turned some literary classics into graphic art by creating images with super short summaries of the books.
If you choose to write a book review in your language exam, these examples, however hilarious, won't work for a plot summary. In that case, you should e a bit longer but not too detailed. However, you can find some examples of plot summaries in the following exercise.
Several noble families fight a civil war over who should own the Iron Throne, while an exiled princess tries to find her place in the world.
A boy wakes up in a lift, the only thing he can remember is his name. He’s with other boys, all in his shoes. They are in the Glade, an area surrounded by an ever-changing maze packed with dangerous creatures.
>>> You can go to a number of websites for plot summaries. SparkNotes not only gives you excellent plot summaries of literary works, but it is also an all-round study guide.
>>> Shmoop wants to help you learn things easily: they use graphics, video, infographics, etc.