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To me a heroine in a novel has to have achieved something whatever it may be She has to be a strong character who puts others before herself Also she must have an understanding of whats right and wrong in life and be determined to reach her aim and never give up She doesnt have to be the cleverest and prettiest of the group but she does have to be capable and brave someone you can depend on After reading Is I feel she has many of these qualities I would say that Is was the main heroine in the novel but you could also say that many of the other characters had some of the qualities I mentioned above It first tells you in the title of the book that Is is probably the main character who is focused on the most and you can usually say that she will be a heroine somewhere throughout the novel As in most books that have a name of a character in the book as the title such as Jane Eyre and Oliver Twist this is true The novel is focused on Is who sets out on a journey to the so called Playland to find her cousin Arun Twite and the kings son Davie Stuart who have both gone missing along with many other children Is travels north to Playland which turns out to be an underground kingdom called Holdernesse run by Gold Kingy otherwise known as Roy Twite Iss wicked uncle where all the children work as slaves in the worst conditions imaginable Is manages to escape from being made to work in the mines and goes to live with Aunt Ishie her grandmother and Grandfather Twite her great-grandfather Is has many attempts at trying to help the poor children and asks them if they knew Arun or Davie Sadly she finds out Davie has died but she finds Arun otherwise known as the cat-boy
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