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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Lord Of the Kill

The internal conflict in this book is between Ben and himself. He tries to do everything at the preserve by himself when his parents are gone. Then when something goes wrong he blames himself because he didnt try hard enough. The external conflict is between Ben and all these criminals before it was the sniper who kept killing the cats in the preserve and now its some murderers who tossed a body into one of the cages and made it look like the cats killed someone.


  1. Are his parents gone a lot? Or do you mean just during the day when they are at work? Are his parents tough on him because they expect him to be more than what he can actually become? This sounds like a very mysterious book filled with lots of action. Hope you enjoy it! :)

  2. His parents are gone gone. They left. I feel bad for ben, he is a good kid that is helping with some of the most dangurous animals in the world but this guy keeps killing them.


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