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Thursday, January 27, 2011

Night Star
Alyson Noel
pg. 57

If I chose to ask questions from a person in my book, I would talk to Haven. Haven is surrounded by mysteries. She is the one who Ever and Damen can't figure out. Three questions I would ask Haven are why don't you just get rid of Ever now, what are you planing on doing to the school's students, and what is your plan for revenge? I would ask why don't you just get rid of Ever now because in the book she could have easily killed Ever, but chose not to for some reason. She had Ever on the ground wounded, but still didn't kill her. So I was wondering what her plan was and why she didn't kill her? I would also ask her what she was planing on doing to the school's students because she is making everyone adore her using her own 'powers'. She made everyone follow her around at lunch, but it could have something to do with the fact that she changed a lot over the summer. She wanted to be the 'top dog' of the school and I was wondering what she was going to do to the students to get what she wants. The third and last question I would ask her would what is her plan for revenge? This is a very big mystery in this book. Ever and Damen are trying to figure it out, but it just isn't working for them. She keeps making unpredictable moves that no one expects. I would just like to know what her overall plan was.

1 comment:

  1. If I had the chance to ask questions to someone in that book, it would be Damen. I just love how mysterious he is. Dont you agree? I like how the author can put you right in the situation. It makes me wonder whats going on in the authors mind while they are writing the book.


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