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The Kidnapping of Aaron Greene Terry Kay Part One In terry Kays novel the characters are living in a hurried urban setting the kidnapped is involved in a complex plot against the human social environments of greed and apathy The outcome of the novel depends on the caring of a city for a nameless boy and ultimately on how much a single human life the life of a random Joe Schmoe is worth Part Two The novel enters on the life of Aaron Greene heading to work He works for the Century National Bank in Atlanta He is emersed in the morning crowd a group of people grumpy and unfeeling in the early bus ride into the city He sits with a man who is oblivious to Aaron has no care for his discomfort and has spread his umbrella perilously close to Aarons quarters He is too busy to be bothered He recalls a morning earlier when an umbrella had been opened carelessly and had poked an onlooker in the eye The nameless business man stared at the screaming woman with contempt and walked hurriedly away This is the scene with which Aaron is another nameless part Aaron must walk to his job from the station and it is raining He forgot his umbrella A car pulls up in the hurried street and calls Aaron by name He is quiet an introvert very tranquil in nature but he is afraid of others He is simply that shy The driver Alyse offers him a ride offering the rain as a front and the fact that he delivers her mail He does not know her but gives consent gradually and gets in This is the beginning of a turnaround in his life He had been abducted but does not know why or by whom They do not drop him off at work It is four minutes before eight o clock We are introduced to Cody in
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