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  • The characters in this story are Madeline Whitter, Olly, Carla, and Mrs. Whitter. The setting in this story is in Maddy's house because she isn't allowed to leave her house due to her illness. (SCID)
  • "Basically, I am allergic to the world"
  • Your mother says "to stay here to be extra cautious. She won't let anyone pass the air lock."
  • The Initial Incident is when Oliver came into their neighborhood and Maddy found herself staring at him. Carla realizes that Maddy likes the new boy named Olly.
  • "Who is outside?"
  • "I see a truck.. then I see him. He's tall, lean and wearing all black. He's staring at me our eyes meet." 
  • Hmm..
  • The Rising Action is when Maddy starts contacting Olly by emailing him. Their conversations are short and brief, but it brightens Maddy's day. The thing is her mom does not know that she is talking to him.
  • "Madeline: hi Olly: hey  Madeline: How are you? How was your weekend?"
  • The Climax is when Maddy goes outside knowing that she might die to save Olly. She saw Olly get beaten up by his dad. She couldn't see him in pain, so she ran outside to protect him. Maddy gets grownded, and she isn't allowed to contact Olly.
  • "Why would you do that!" "I don't understand."
  • "STOP!" "Are you alright?" 
  • "Maholo very much"
  • The Falling Action is when Maddy and Olly run off together to Hawaii because Maddy's dream is to see a beach with palm trees. Even though it was a risk to take her out, he did it because she wanted to.
  • "Welcome to Maui, Mr. and Mrs Whittier."
  • "Wow the world is quite a sight from 32,000 ft above it"
  • The Resolution is that Madeline ends up okay back at home. The thing is the doctor made a discovery that Maddy never had SCID. Her mother lied to her after her dad and brother died so that she wouldn't be alone. Maddy finds a way to see Olly again, but she can never forgive her mom.
  • "That's not true, sweetheart"
  • "Wait, she doesn't think I have SCID. She doesn't think I ever had it!"
  • "Ms. Whittier, I don't believe you have, or had SCID. I know this must be a shock."
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