Essay on Mr. Mercedes By Stephen King

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In society, criminals are portrayed as people who are mentally disturbed and deserve to be punished for what they did. They are shown as violent people that should be avoided at all times but in reality they are most of the time normal people that would never be suspected to be dangerous and bad people. So for those reasons it can be hard to spot them out in the crowd when they are living there life like a normal person. In the novel Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King the readers can really see how this is true with the character Brady. As Brady’s character shows a killer thinks the way that they do and fit in so well in society without anyone suspecting a thing for the following reasons. The first reason being that Brady manipulated people into thinking he is just a regular person by fitting into society and acting like a normal guy. Second of all Brady is a very intelligent person that plans out everything he does very perfectly so that it turns out exactly how he wants and so that people don’t suspect a thing from him. The final reason is that Brady created a whole other image so that he could hide from others so that he could live a normal life while planning what he will do next. The first reason is that Brady manipulated people into thinking he is just a regular person by fitting into society and acting like a normal guy. In the novel Brady was a very normal person when he was not killing anyone or planning his next criminal act. He was a very friendly person when he was…

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