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Friday, September 3, 2010

The Guardian
By: Nicholas Sparks
pg. 119

The main character in this book, Julie, is a very positive person. She is very trustworthy and believes everyone is a good person. This is also a negative trait as well, because her best friend tries to warn her about her boyfriend, but she doesn't allow herself to believe that he is a bad person. These traits are revealed through the way she talks and acts toward others. It is also revealed through the terrible guys she dates and the things she does because she believes they are good. This allows the plot to have more action and conflict.


  1. is this book any good, because i really wanted to read it. I like the author. he always writes good books.

  2. I like how you said that seeing the best in everyone is both a good and a bad trait. Do you think Julie will ever overcome this trait? Do you think she realizes that somepeople aren't as good as she thinks they are? I think eventually she is going to realize this.


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