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This book The Mask is an excellent thriller about a young couple who want to adopt a child They are both overachievers have gotten very far in life for their age and lead a perfectly normal life This is their story on their struggle to gain a child and yet at the same time identify their previous lives This story is told in the third person omniscient point of view so there are a few main characters The first main or round character is Carol She is a younger woman in her early 30s very successful career scientific and level-headed She doesnt believe in things like ghosts or reincarnation She is also a therapist She helps teenagers with their problems at home which was what she was when she was a teenager In fact her therapist who helped her get back on her feet was Gracie another round character Carol was a troubled rebellious teen who had had put a child up for adoption already by the age of 17 She was cold rejecting and bitter and Grace fed her love and care and thus brought Carol back on to her feet and a successful bright future to look forward to Now to my third round character Carols husband Paul Paul is a writer and also very level-headed and an overachiever In fact all three of these people are scientific and logical dont believe in reincarnation poltergeists or anything of that sort Paul loves his wife dearly and is also a young healthy happy person Now this last character is a bit tricky to describe Her name is unknown to her for she is in a constant state of amnesia However she calls herself Jane Doe and is a very sweet obedient teenager Those are all of the round characters There are a few more such as Mr OBrian the hospital nurses Gracies deceased husband and the caretakers of Carols and Pauls cabin The setting
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