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Friday, January 21, 2011

Switch. Nellie Wilson. Mrs. Sheffield. Period 7

The internal conflicts are the twins and their stalker (don't give a name), the stalker and his obsession with the twins. External conflicts are the officer and the murder of one of the twins, and the sister Ally by her self. Ally is trying to find her sisters killer and make him pay for killing her. Yes, I agree with her. She should go find him or her and make them pay for what they did. Why did he/she kill Ashely. I think Ally should let the cops do their job and find he/she and then make a say to kill or life in prison. No matter what if he is mental or obsessed, whatever it is. It is wrong and he/she should, differently pay.


  1. It sounds as if revenge is a key focus in this book. However, I do not agree that it would be right for Ally to take it upon herself to find the killer herself. Revenge, in the end, usually ends up hurting the person trying to get revenge more than the actual person it is intended for. It has a lot of backfires, and I do not think that it is the right thing to do.

  2. I agree, with your point too. But the killer should pay for jail time. Murder is murder!

  3. I think that this book sounds really good. it sounds very action packed book that makes you want to read more and more. i also agree i think that murder is murder and he should have to pay


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