Did you enjoy the ending of your book? Why or why not? Describe an alternate ending and why it would or wouldn't be as good a choice as the ending the author chose.

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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Qtr 2, Blog 4

Honey, Baby, Sweetheart
Deb Caletti
P. 159
The main antagonist is this book would be Travis Becker. He is the "bad boy" type of kid who is always trying to get the good girls. His family is very wealthy, because his father is a real estate agent. Traivs has a motorcycle, which makes Ruby like him even more. Some of the things she does with him are things that she would have never imagined herself doing. Some days Travis would show up at her work and ask her to leave, and she would, just to be with him. Other times she would lie to her mother or her friends about seeing him. He once made her go into his "friends" house to "take care of their pets" while they were "out of town". Ruby soon realized that Travis wasn't friends with those people; they had broken into their house and he had stolen their personal belongings. So basically, Travis Becker will do anything so he can be with Ruby. He is willing todo anything he can to get what he wants. He lies, steals, and cheats, but he doesn't care. Just as long as he gets what he wants, which is Ruby, he is a-ok.

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