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Panic by Lauren Oliver

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Transcript of Panic by Lauren Oliver

Panic by Lauren Oliver
Conflict
Every summer in the boring city of Carp, Panic begins. Panic can only be played by graduating seniors. The events are dangerous but the prize is high ($62,000). In order to win the games, the player will be watched by 2 unknown judges that will give them points for their events they complete with out getting scared.
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About the Author
Panic By Lauren Oliver
Other works:
Delirium
Pandemonium
Requiem
Before i fall
Liesl and Po
The Spindlers
Her parents are both literature professors, and from a very early age, her sister and herself were encouraged to make up stories, draw, paint, dance around in costumes, and essentially spend much of their time living imaginatively.
Setting
The book takes place in a small and boring town in New York named Carp.
The setting is important to the story because if the city was not boring then there would be no reason for Panic to be played over the summer
The setting is realistic because it is described as a regular city, nothing unusual or unbelievable
Real life?
This conflict relates to real life because any boring city could decide to play games like these over the summer to entertain themselves.
Conflict Importance
Protagonist
Dodge
Heather
Natalie
Bishop
Antagonist
Fear
The creators of Panic
Ray
Dodge
He is very caring and loving
When he sets his mind to something he gets it done
He is very tall and skinny
Has very distinguished angles
Very pale
Dark hair and blue eyes
Heather

-compassionate
-determined
-sharp minded
-blonde
-tall
The conflict is important because the
book plot recolves around the 2 main
protagonsists that play in the games
themselves.
This quote is important because it is the
turning point in the novel, when the reader
realizes that dodge wont be able to get
what he was playing panic for in the first
place.
Theme
Dont be afraid to face your
fears
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Theme cont.
This theme relates to real life because
everyone, one day,has to face their own
fears. Also, some people face their
fears everyday, like fire fighters
or the men and women in the army.
Rating
I rate this book a 3.5 out of 5.
- I was upset that it was heather that one
- Also, dodge didnt get his revenge
- I enjoyed the plot and the challenges
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