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The book Freak The Mighty by Rodman Philbrickis about two people who arent really normal Max is freakishly tall and Freak abnormally small Many conflicts come along the way such as killer Kane also Blade and his Gang Freaks traits are short body type and intelligent brain When other people looks at him they feel sorry for him but Freak doesnt like it Many conflicts came up along his life but the biggest struggle of all is that he is physically disabled My favorite quote from him is die earthling die He said that when he first met Max If it wasnt for Freak Max would have been an awful reader But since Freaks reading ability was very high he decided to help MaxOne message I have learned from Freak would be to live my life to the fullest My life connection to freak would be my cousin who is very intelligent and very short The entire time that we were reading this book I was imagining my cousin and I was thinking about him the whole timeBlade and his gangs trait are that they are really athletic energetic and fast but mean at the same time Others are afraid of them because they carry around a blade The leaders real name is Tony but they call him Blade Conflicts that came up are the confrontation with police because of their behavior which always got them in trouble One quote that Tony said was slice and dice Sorry but that sounds really scary to me I believe that blade and his gangs remain rule is to be in conflict with Freak and Max Blade doesnt have any friends because he is so mean My life connection to Blade is my other cars in who is really mean Of course he has few friends but I am sure they are mean just like my cousin and they are not that man
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