The Unbecoming Of Mara Dyer Character Analysis

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Compelling and eerie, the two accurate description of a novel entitled “The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer”. The first novel in the trilogy is written by Michelle Hodkin. She is from Florida, went to college in New York, and studied law in Michigan. This is her first novel and was released on the twenty-seventh of September in 2011. (Hodkin, M. 2011) The title itself will draw you in, it is unusual and riveting. You’ll want to know who Mara Dyer is and what’s so special about her and why is she unbecoming.
The novel starts off grievously with Mara Dyer waking up from a three day coma in a hospital where she is told by her mother that she got into an accident, an accident where Mara’s three best friends died in a building that collapsed and she is the only survivor of that incident. Mara wanted to know what exactly happened, she asked her mother but only replied with “I would if I could, Mara. But you’re the only one who
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Thus, the second novel was born entitled “The Evolution of Mara Dyer”.
The part that I loved in this novel is when she is started to hallucinate about her friends and how the building collapsed. I loved the idea of that because people are sometimes finding a hard time whether the good or bad things that are happening to you right now are real or true and I can relate to that, but I don’t hallucinate like Mara Dyer. I tend to make question myself if everything around me is actually happening or if I’m just in a dream where I got into college and living in a place so far away from my family.
I highly recommend this book to young adults and persons who love supernatural or paranormal stories. This story made me have some chilling experiences because of how Michelle Hodkin’s descriptions are and everything about this book gave me a thrilling experience. This trilogy is by far the best series I have read so far and I just loved the idea of how this trilogy worked out for

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