THE MAN ( DUN DUN DUNNNN)Please stop bye the disscussion forum to post your thoughts on the ever mysterious "Man". What do you think may have occured in his past based on the few words he says...

THE MAN ( DUN DUN DUNNNN)

Please stop bye the disscussion forum to post your thoughts on the ever mysterious "Man". What do you think may have occured in his past based on the few words he says about it? Do you think he'll come back? What do you think will happen to him? Answer these questions, start a debate and much more!

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Kristen Lentz | Middle School Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

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Mazur does an excellent job of characterizing 'the man.'  His point-of-view comes across as disturbingly creepy and realistic.  I don't want to spoil the book for anyone by saying what exactly happens, but 'the man' is a child predator who watches five sisters walk to and from school every day, thinking about which one he would like to 'keep.'  I thought Mazur's detail about his pets was particularly chilling, that he would only kept the obedient, satisfactory ones and killed the others).  It gives me chills just thinking about it. 

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