Skeleton Creek The Raven

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  • Background
  • Rising Action
  • Conflict
  • In the book "Skeleton Creek The Raven," one of the main backgrounds is the little town called Skeleton Creek. Some of the main locations in the town Skeleton Creek is Ryan's (the main character) room, theforest by the lake and the Fly Shop that Ryan's dad owns (which Ryan also works in.)
  • Climax
  • In the book "Skeleton Creek The Raven," there is a lot of rising action (like every other fiction book.) One of the events leading to the climax was when Ryan and Sara (Ryan's best friend) called eachotehr and started talking about the Apostle's puzzle. Ryan wasn't allowed to talk to Sara because of the weird things hey talk about but his Ryan's mom said he could because they were best friends.
  • Falling Action
  • In the book "Skeleton Creek The Raven," there was a lot of conflict between Sara and Ryan (and other people in the community.) The main conflict between Sara and Ryan was when they were arguing on what the Apostle's puzzle answer meant.
  • Resolution
  • In the book "Skeleton Creek The Raven," there was a ton of climax. The main climax in the story was when Sara told Ryan where he had to do to find the answer to the Apostle's puzzle and when Ryan find out the answer shocked everyone.
  • In the book "Skeleton Creek The Raven," the falling action that happened after the climax was after Ryan told Sara what the Apostle's puzzle meant. After that everyone that knew about it was in shock but the story ended in a very touching moment because it basically explains Ryan's friendship with Sara.
  • *SPOILER?* In the book "Skeleton Creek The Raven," the main resolution that happened in the story was when Ryan had the choice to go out and go to the graveyard to find what the Apostle's Puzzle meant and risk getting caught or not go to the graveyard and not find out what the Apostle's Puzzle meant, disappointing Sara.
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