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Thursday, February 3, 2011

Night Star
Alyson Noel
pg. 106

The antagonist in my book is Haven. Haven was just recently turned into an immortal by Ever, who now regrets her decision to turn her. Haven's beauty is pulling people into her and making them be on her side of the situation. She was recently considered an outcast at school, but now is on the A list, or at the popular table. Haven is only driven by self desire to be the center of attention and only does the things she does really to just get attention. Haven is opposing the protagonist and is trying to get revenge on Ever for killing the one she loved, Roman. She believes that is the only way to remember Roman in a way. Haven was really 'close' to Roman and learned everything about immortality from him. Haven feels that Ever lied to her all this time about the immortals and that Roman was the only one to tell her the truth. Haven just really hates Ever and is willing to do anything to destroy her.

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like a really good book. Do you think that Haven will destroy Ever at the end of the book? Or do you think thye will become friends?


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