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The book Monster by Christopher Pike was an excellently written story of unimaginable terror and intrigue He developed his main characters thoroughly and although most of them died put them to good use throughout the book The book truly did consist of monsters and he proved it many times overIt began with blood It would end the same way That is a direct quote taken from the first page of the book The main character of Monster was a girl of about eighteen named Angela Warner She had moved to a town called Point from Chicago to live with her grandfather Her best friend was Mary whom played an excellent part in the plot The descriptions in the first scene were excellent and produced a vivid picture of Mary going on a rampage killing two people with a shotgun The blast went through his guts and painted the wall behind him a lumpy red This quote really makes you take notice to what is going on The third main character is introduced Todd Kline whom is the head of the Monsters and Marys boyfriend Which are actually turning into some bat-like thing from another planet The fourth and final main character is Lt Nyugen from the local police department Mary is of course arrested for her actions and spends most of the rest of the story in jail Angela begins seeing Todd and in the process begins to change into a monster She then spends a lot of time trying to figure out what is going on inside of her and why she is changing Once Angela figures out the truth about what is really happing to her by visiting various people she decides she must stop these man-eating monsters at all costs Although they are monsters they still retain human qualities for the time being By this point in time Mary has escaped from jail and been killed by Jim and also has Angelas
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