In the book, The Wright 3 by Blue Balliet, three kids who call themselves the Wright 3, try to save Robie House (designed by the famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright) from demolition.
I think the author tries to ask the question of whether the Robie House is a piece of art, or just a house. I believe that the Robie House is just a pretty house, not a work of art.
You want to know why I think that? It’s because there is one thing that defines a house. Is it a building that is lived in, or was lived in? Yes, Robie House was lived in, so it is a house, not a work of art.
I know it goes against the spirit of it all, but I’m a big picture kind of guy.
The story was a good mystery, but I didn’t completely enjoy it because it’s not my kind of book. It was a suspenseful mystery that left you wondering what would happen next. I recommend it for people who like a thrilling mystery.