My thoughts on Huck Finn was that it was actually a pretty good story, I was worried I was going to hate it. It was wayyyyy better than expected. I think it did a really good job at displaying it’s theme and continuing to show them throughout the novel. It’s not in any of my top choices of novels to read but I still thought it was pretty good. I’m not really sure how I felt about the end of the book, honestly it ended kind of abruptly to me. I don’t really know how to explain it. I think the most important thing to take away from this novel is to respect others no matter their race, religion, family, ect. Throughout the story is really shined a light on how blacks were treated during that time period and how Huck didn’t care Jim was black and a slave the whole time. They still became best friends even though Huck was white. I definitely think the novel still applies to society today especially revolving around the racism concept.