This story was by far my favorite out of the bunch. As the reader, I felt it was easy to put myself into the story. I was able to connect and understand the protagonist’s emotions. The characters, of course, found some sort of emotion with anyone reading it. Rash captured the reader’s attention and kept him or her interested. The story even left enough open for the reader to think about what pieces connect and hypothesize on how the characters felt and why they felt that way. Even though the there were no complete moments where the author told the reader what was going on, from context clues they all could come up the same ideas about the story.