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  • An exposition is where everything is introduced. The characters, the setting, the time, the place, the problem. This is the exposition because it in introduces the setting, place, season, the problem and the main characters. It stars off with action, which is catchy and very dramatic.
  • This is second rising action because she find out interesting information about Alex. This scene when she is in Alex's bedroom is suspenseful, because while she is in her house, someone else comes too. We do not know who it is because Erica is hiding in the closet.
  • The third rising action is when Erica meets Patrik, an old friend, because they have history and now their love story begins again, which is exciting and suspenseful. Their love story is a side story, that goes on at the same time as the investigation of Alex's death.
  • The rising action is when things begin to escalate. It takes the reader from the exposition and leads them towards the climax. This part tends to be dramatic and suspenseful. This is an example of rising action because Alex's parents asks Erica, a childhood friend, to write a book about her life from beginning to the end.
  • This last rising is when we find out Alex was raped as a child. They also find out that Anders was raped, the one who committed suicide, this was a dramatic and suspenseful scene which means it is the rising action - it is leading up to the climax.
  • This is the fifth rising action because it gives us a big clue about Alex's murder. It is dramatic and suspenseful since Anders committed suicide. Erica and the police finds connections between him and Alex.
  • The climax is the "Turning point" of the story; the main problem; The highest point of tension in a story. This is the climax because it is the turning point, you find out that Alex's little sister was actually her daughter. And you then find out who is the dad, and more connections and leads.
  • This is the fourth rising action because Vera tells the police she took the suicide note to make it look like a murder, she gives more details about Alex and Anders's relationship.
  • This is the third falling action because the interview with Jan gives important information to the police, and the police now know who the murder was. This is the last step before the resolution, because they have not confirmed the murder yet, but they know who it is.
  • Falling action are the events after the climax, beginning to close the story, and leading to the resolution. This is the falling action because the everyday is getting back to normal, and the family tries to forget about the past.
  • A resolution is when all loose ends are tied up, and the story ends. This is the resolution because they find out who the murder is. Everything makes sense now and you have got all the answers.
  • This is the second falling action because the story is beginning to close as Alex's parents tell the whole truth about Alex's pregnancy with Julia. The police is getting closer and closer towards to an end to this case.
  • Mood
  • creepy, shocking, interesting, catchy, exciting
  • BOO!!!
  • The mood is shocking, creepy, interesting and very catchy. It is a book that surprises you, and you have no idea what's going to happen next. It is really exciting and you do not want to put the book away.
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