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Unfortunately there were two perfect dissimilar men became two perfect killers Glen Jeffers and Richard Kraven are two characters who play important roles in John Sauls novel Black Lightning They were serial killers but what they went through were differentLet us focus on Richard Kraven the biggest villain in Black Lightning at first Richard Kraven carried a massive burden since his parent knew that he is clever at his childhood His mom told his little brother Rory Richard could talk before he was eight months old Richard could walk when he was less than a year Richard is a genius Saul 86 to make Rory hated his perfection All his life hed known who she really lovedHed heard it every day as he was growing up even after Richard went to college then moved into a house of his own Saul 86 He had to work hard to achieve the goals what given by his mother and finally he did His good-looking stature and his achievements made him more perfected but he was too perfect to be single On the other hand His fathers hand- a huge hard- hovered over him and the terrible fear that he was about to be squashed like a bug overwhelmed him Saul 96 he was tortured by his father secretly at the same time his mom forced him to achieve her goals Its undeniable that Richard Kraven had a dim childhood that he not only worked hardly for achieving the goals but also stand the unbearable torturing from his father and the hate and ignorance from his bother Richard Kraven had a terrible childhood but he had an admirable futureOn the contrary although Glen wasnt outstanding in the future he had a much happier childhood As for Glen Jeffers another killer in this book had a normal typical childhood as most of the people in todays society have His parent loved him he had many friends who liked him
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