Main Search For Dark Places

Topics: Family, Mother, Marriage, Father, High school, Parent / Pages: 3 (565 words) / Published: Sep 30th, 2015
In the first novel I read, American Sniper, it was an autobiography about a Navy SEAL sniper. The book ends with Chris Kyle going home. The novel also has articles in the back about how Chris Kyle was shot and killed in the United States by a mantel veteran. In the novel, Dark Places, Libby’s brother murdered her family and she meets a group that says otherwise. The three main searches for the novel Dark Places are survival after the murder of Libby’s family, the depression that follows, and the redress for Libby’s brother. The first main search for the novel is survival. At this point in the novel, Libby Day is talking to a banker about how much money is left in her bank account. Her bank account is an abandoned house, there is nothing left in it. Libby has been living 27 with just the money from the account. Amicable people would donate money to her after her mother and two sisters had died, but now they have stopped donating because she has grown up. She dose not have a job to provide a stable income because of the second main search, her depression. …show more content…
This is explaining how depressed Libby is and she can barely get out of bed to go speak to the banker about her empty bank account. Growing up was hard for Libby. Her mother and sisters were killed when she was seven years old. Libby was able the only one to escape and through an open window in her mother’s bedroom. She had grown up stubborn and was moved from house to house because foster homes did not want to deal with her. Libby also received an email about a group that would pay her $500 just for her to show up, which leads to the third search, redress for Libby’s brother,

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