I enjoyed reading Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn because it was both interesting and meaningful. Huck and Jim’s adventures are filled with trouble and suspense, and the book shows the true meaning of friendship. Huck and Jim form a special bond when they are floating down the river on their raft because all they have is each other. They are always there for each other in times of need. Although Jim was a slave, Huck sees him as a true person and finds friendship in him. Jim and Huck experience a number of conflicts throughout the book that make it exciting. My favorite part of the book was when Tom Sawyer and Huck were trying to free Jim from the Phelps’ house. Huck always thought of the more reasonable ways to get him out of his chains, but Tom made it more interesting by adding things that he read in books. The events like this one throughout Huck Finn made the book enjoyable and interesting for me.