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Freak the Mighty is a novel about two young boys who are both challenged going through life Freak is crippled and Max is a dysfunctional retard When they get together they become Freak the Mighty and go on quests as Freak rides on Maxs shouldersMaxwell Kane- He is a very caring person He may be a dysfunctional retard but when Freak comes along he begins to understand and do better He has another problem which is he grows so fast that during the story people are either afraid of him or making fun of himKevin Freak- He is very intelligent He practically knows the whole dictionary Freak has a problem with his body His mind grows but his body doesnt He has to use crutches or a wheel chair Thats until he starts to ride on Maxs shoulders I think the only problem he has is hes too bossyGrim and Gram- They are Maxs grandparents They are scared of Max because he is so big and he reminds them of his father Killer Kane They do love Max and want the best for himGwen- She is Freaks mother She is a very caring woman especially about her son Shes tall and skinny From Maxs obsession shes probably prettyKenneth David Kane Killer Kane- He is Maxs father He is in jail through most of the story When he does enter the story the only thing that he wanted to do was be with his son and prove to him that he didnt killed his mother Tony D and his gang- they are a bunch of bullies who run from the police They pick on and rob peopleLoretta Lee- She was a drunk who at first was mean but didnt want to see anything bad happen to MaxName of AuthorRodman PhilbrickSettingMaxs eighth grade school year and summerThemeNever be afraid of what you dont know or understandConflictman vs society man vs healthMoralYou can achieve anything with a little
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