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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Quarter 2, Blog 4

Dark Flame
Alyson Noel
pg. 165

The antagonist of my book is Roman, the immortal rouge. Roman seeks revenge of Ever, after she kills the woman he loves, Drina. This is a on going thing of seeking revenge. Since Roman cannot have his "lover" then he thinks neither can Ever. Roman makes an antidote that is supposed to make Damen (Ever's lover better) but it doesn't. The antidote makes it so Damen and Ever can never swap DNA, so basically no touching at all. In the this book, the 4th book, Roman says there is an antidote to the antidote and that Ever just has to 'pay the price' Roman just keeps Ever on her toes to get what he wants. Then Ever uses magic and binds herself to Roman which causes even more problems. Roman basically wants Ever and it seems like how the book is going, that what he is going to get. The ends would justify the means. If Roman gets what he wants, he will be happy. He will get his revenge on Ever and ultimately get Ever in the end. The way the book sounds, Roman will get what he wants, but so far, all of Alyson Noel's books events change and it is very unpredictable. I don't know if this is going to happen or not because of this.

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