If you could save any one character in any book whom would it be?

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If you could save any one character in any book whom would it be?

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Sometimes, we don't like it when one of the characters is shown dead. So, whom would you save?
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In the novel The Spirit of Want by William H. Coles, I did love Lucy's role and I didn't expect her to die. I wish to have known what happened to her after recovery and how she regained back her life and career. To see a happy ending in a character after a lot of battles and struggles would be amazing and satisfying :)
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Annie2019 wrote:
30 Jun 2020, 05:15
In the novel The Spirit of Want by William H. Coles, I did love Lucy's role and I didn't expect her to die. I wish to have known what happened to her after recovery and how she regained back her life and career. To see a happy ending in a character after a lot of battles and struggles would be amazing and satisfying :)
I know that feeling you just described Annie, and it is so frustrating to see a character die who could have future development within the book.
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