In the beginning of the book I think Reynie has an internal conflict on determining whether he should trust Mr. Noland. He is many doubts about him but also likes him because he is smart. I think he chose to trust him because he is allowing him to help with the mission. What do you guys think?
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Sarah Munh I think this, too. I think that Reynie chose to trust Captain Noland because Mr. Benedict trusted him and the team had to save Mr. Benedict and Number Two from Mr. Curtain. Also, Reynie knew that in order to save them, was to actually go on the adventure previously planned.