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Bang! The sound of gunshots being fired. Everyone is running around trying to get out. A school shooting has just begun. This is what occurred in the novel Hate List when a teenager who was bullied couldn’t take it anymore. He got revenge on everyone who ever hurt him physically or emotionally. The puritans would ban the novel Hate List due to law breaking teenagers, authority was not respected, and the characters lead sinful lives.
The puritans would destroy the book Hate List because of the law breaking teenagers. The teenagers in this book were a couple. They were both being bullied by other students. The couple eventually took action and did what they had to do. The boyfriend, Nick, brought a gun to school and all the bullying stopped.
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Not everyone in this book lead a good life. They were all terrified and traumatized after the shooting. The students didn’t want to go back to scool, but eventually did because they knew they had to. The students who survived the shooting were confused and wanted answers. Either answers as to why their names were on the list, or why Nick would want to kill all those students. Every student basically lived in tragedy after that. No one would communicate with Val because she was the girlfriend of the shooter. The students all thought Val had something to do with the “plan” as well. Everyone turned on Val. She couldn’t be trusted. What if she really was part of the plan, but lied to authority about everything? No one could trust her. Val lead a life of hatred and she also found out that her dad had an affair with some woman from the office at work. She was heartbroken and so was her mother, but everything worked out in the end. The family wouldn’t be the same, but they had to accept what happened and get over it. Val’s mothers found a new guy and she was planning on marrying him. Val’s fater was happy with the woman from the office. They were all happy after a while and Val’s mother couldn’t care less about what happened with Val’s father. They were all emotionally twisted, but it got better through the

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