Hate List

Hate List

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  • "Let's go get this finished," he said, and I smiled because I was so happy he was gonna stick up for me."
  • " Val, stop," he interrupted. " You can do this. You're ready. We've talked this through....."
  • " You're right. You didn't shoot anyone." Jessica said.
  • Valerie Leftman's boyfriend Nick shot people on their so called hate list which was a thing Val created in order to vent her anger and things she hates. Nick took it a little to literal and started to shoot people on the list. The shooting was an important scene because without it the book could not even start the story, and introduce the main focus which was the affects the shooting had on others.
  • "I told," he said finally. " I told her everything. Your mother."
  • Val is deciding to return to school today for the first time. That morning she decides that she that she just can't return to school, and she starts to get nervous. Then, she calls her counselor Dr. Hieler because she doesn't like to talk to her mom. He gives her the confidence she needs to attend school.
  • " And I'm sorry. I mean, I'm really, really sorry for what happened to you. Not that it matters, but I still think you're pretty."
  • Val has returned to school, and she has started to keep a notebook of drawing the what's actually there. For instance, she drew a picture of the students at her lunch with the heads of wolves because they're mean, and hateful. She drew one girl with the head of a lost puppy because she was nice to her, and she didn't know why.
  • " We do know that it's possible to change reality," she said " It's hard, and most people won't bother to try, but it's possible. You can change a reality of by opening up to a friend. By saving an enemy."
  • Val's dad finally confessed to her mom that he has a girlfriend named Briley, and they have been in a relationship for a long time. Val has had to keep this secret since she'd accidentally found out about it, and he told her mom for her sake. This is big because he has been a big problem on top of all the other problems she has had to face.
  • Val goes to visit one of the victims of the shooting, Ginny, who has been going through hard times, and she has attempted suicide. They talk and everything is good. This symbolizes that everyone has buried the hatchet, and all is well. This is important because all her conflict is pretty much solved.
  • This is important because everyone in the community doesn't have problems with Val anymore. She faces her fear, and helps with a memorial. She also completes a speech with her new friend which was an enemy in the past, and everything solves itself. Therefore, the resolution is all problems solved.
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