Hate List Part 2
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DESTINY: Val was molded into this hateful person by her boyfriend Nick. He always talked about hating people and suicide and homoicide. All this started rubbing off on Val and she was attracted to it. Val then started saying the same things and didn't even realize what she was doing. "No. Stacey and I talk about how we think you got messed over by Nick." Pg. 216. Val is currently fighting her destiny because of the situation that Nick has put her in with everyone hating her.
QUEST/JOURNEY: Val is faced with the responsibility of creating the hate list. She is also faced with all the kids at school hating her and the families of the kids that got shot hating her all because her boyfriend took the hate list seriously and shot a lot of people. She is supposed to learn not to joke around about something this serious from this whole happening. She is supposed to learn that joking around about things like this can cause serious problems. It is going to take a long time for people to trust her again and become friends with her. "People keep talking about you starting another hate book." Pg. 216.
CHARACTERISTICS, PERSONAL TRAITS: Val wears ratty clothes and taped up shoes. She has black hair and wears dark clothes. She likes that kind of style. Mentally and emotionally she has problems from the school shooting done by her boyfriend. She is depressed and goes to therapy/ counseling. She is afraid to face the students and teacher back at school. "I really doubted my ability to keep going back to that school." Pg. 212.
TEMPTATIONS/LONLINESS/HEROIC FLAWS: This journey is harder for this hero because she is being targeted for something that she didn't do. Everyone thinks that it was her idea to kill all the people on the hate list. Val faces the temptations of giving up and not wanting to be a part of the world anymore. She doesn't want to go back to school. She has lots of moments of lonliness because she has no friends after the shooting happened. She also locks her self in her room alone away from her family so that they can't bother her and ask any questions. "As usual, when I get home, I grabbed a snack and headed for my bedroom." Pg. 212.
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