Vanishing Act: Mystery at the U.S. Open (The Sports Beat, #2) Vanishing Act discussion

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Ryan.Phelan Dialogue is very important in this book. Dialogue is very important because it reveals character. Gibson is a character that uses a lot of dialogue, and it reveals his character. For example, when he is talking about him working with Marakova, it reveals how he has a second side of himself. This creates a theme of how you shouldn't judge a book by its cover. Anyone else?

Ryan.Phelan I agree with you. I think that through the dialogue between uncle Gibbs and the Marakovs are a very important turning point in the book.

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