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Character Analysis On Mike from the Honored Society by Michael Gambino Murders drugs sex loyalty and money are only few words that describe Mikes life Mike is my favorite character from The Honored Society by Michael Gambino I really enjoyed reading this book I have to say its the best book I have ever read The reason I am writing about Mike is because he had an amazing life throughout the book In this book Mike shows us how hard mob life truly is Mike started out by growing up with mobsters having a great love life making sure he does business and making a name for himself When Mike was young he was already surrounded my mobsters because his dad was head of his mafia family He always looked up to his father his father always gave him and his mom what ever they desired Sometimes Mike would go with his dad and his favorite cousin Tommy out to some mob related meetings At other time Mike would find him staring at a dead body but he always said Dead bodies never bothered me I never got that puke feeling or nothing like that With mob actions happening around him on a daily basis he knew that he would want to become part of the mafia He wanted to become part of the mob for three main reasons money power and to be respected that what he saw his father had A person that showed him the insides of the mafia was his cousin Tommy although Mike saw that Tommy was weak he still provided for the family Attending school as a mobsters son had its advantages Mike says When he was in school he never wore jeans or shorts but he always had on a suit or very expensive clothes on every day because wise guys always dress to impress He had respect from all his classmates because they all knew who
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