The Unbecoming Of Mara Dyer 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
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Mara then became furious about how the dog is treated by the owner, and she thought violently on how the dog’s owner should die and went back to class. Mara kept on thinking about the dog and how she would get her. At the end of the day, she went back for the dog and the place was surrounded by the police. She saw the owner of the dog dead like she imagined how it should be. She somehow laughed at how this huge coincidence had happened and threw up because it was her first time seeing a dead body. Mara kept on searching for the dog, and she found it and had this crazy idea on getting the dog in the middle of a crime scene. She got her way and ran until she saw Noah looking confused and Mara asked him if he knows vet he answered yes and went there. Soon enough they were in the vet and Mara got a free payment because Noah took her to his mother who coincidentally is a veterinarian.
That’s when Noah and Mara became closer towards each other; they start to talk to each other more often and went on a date some time in a few chapters. Then another hallucination started and ended she saw Rachel, Claire and Jude in the same place where they all died. Noah saw what happened to Mara but didn’t say anything and went

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