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The Girl Who Was Supposed to Die
Transcript of The Girl Who Was Supposed to Die
Patrick and Janie are Cady's parents. They also have one other child named Max. They work at Z-Biotech, and are the reason that Cady got into all of the trouble. Patrick and Janie are both virgologists, who work with viruses. They found a vaccine to a disease called Hantavirus. Throughout the book, everyone from Z-Biotech was in search for Patrick and Janie.
"Oh, Cady, we're so lucky to have you as a daughter," she whispers in my ear. "You Saved us. You saved us all," (Henry 206).
Cady Scott Is the main character. She is 16 years old, has blond hair, blue eyes, and freckles all over her face. After Cady meets Ty she shaves her head to disguise herself as a boy. Cady throughout the book can't remember who she is. She learned her name from an interview on the radio talking about her disappearance. Cady eventually remembers her past, but still has a hard time figuring out who she really is.
" I kick through the mess on the floor, push the coat aside, and stare at myself. At me. At who I must be. Only Its a face I don't recognize," (Henry 14).
By: April Henry
Project By: Laura Kroll
The Girl Who Was Supposed to Die
Ty is a senior in high school who decides to help Cady out. He has dark hair, brown eyes and wants to be a doctor when he finishes high school. Ty lives in an apartment with his roommate James. Ty was homeless for a while. His dad died in a skiing accident, and his mom remarried a year later. Ty Crashed his moms new husbands BMW, causing her to kick him out of the house.Ty and Cady met at McDonalds, where Ty works. Ty stays with Cady through the book, and is determined to help her out.
"I'm not going anywhere," Ty Says. "Not until Cady is okay,"(Henry 141).
Patrick and Janie Scott
The theme in this book was trust. Through the book Cady is deciding who she can and can not trust. She figures out that it is not easy finding out who is trustworthy. She learns the hard way that her Aunt Liz was not trustworthy. She actually wasn't her Aunt, and turned out to be a bad person. Ty on the other hand was someone Cady trusted a lot. He turned out to be very trustworthy and always wanted the best for Cady. She learned to be careful who she can really trust.
I give this book 2 stars. It was a very easy read, but the plot was very predictable. I didn't like how the back of the book made the plot seem very different.
The symbol was a puzzle piece. This connects to the book because she had to put together her memories like a puzzle. She was missing some pieces of information, and it wasn't complete until she had all of the pieces.