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The book I read over the summer is called House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer The protagonist Matt a clone of El Patron faces many scowls and discrimination throughout his childhood During the early years of his life living in a vast house with the protection and the love of El Patron turns out to be a lie El Patron a powerful drug lord aged to one hundred and forty-six years old therefore needing body parts from Matt to keep himself alive The world is full of people who use others for their own good and never caring about how it might affect othersEl Patron gave Matt everything only to find out that he was just using Matt for his heart Matt was educated thoroughly and was taught how to become an excellent piano player While many disliked Matt El Patron was powerful enough to make everyone be friendly towards Matt Hence the reason why he feels so secured while he is around El Patron No one except Maria seemed please to meet him but they all pretended to be friendly Its because theyre afraid of El Patron Matt realized 62 El Patron made it seem like he loved Matt a lot This is my clone Hes the most important person in my life the old man chuckles softly 62 However in the end finding that the only point was to inherit Matts heartEl Patron continuously made sure Matt was protected The protection Matt got increased his trust in El Patron and never would he thought the old man take his heart Matt is to be treated with respect just as though I were here in his place He is to be educated well fed and entertained He is not to be mistreated Anyone anyone who harms Matt will be dealt with severely 63 With these words Matt felt safe especially when El Patron gave him an own bodyguard And
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