Morpheus Road: The Light
By: D.J. MacHale
Several times in the book, it was said that you must walk on the road. When Marsh meets an old man with the whereabouts of his friend Cooper, he is silenced in a gruesome manner by Gravedigger. "It was to late, the light has left his eyes, his breathing had stopped. I feared that the last sight of his life had been of a demonic ghoul of my creation." He to, has "walked the road".
The graveyard setting in this story was symbolic due to the fact that the army of the undead came from there. "One after another the corpses pushed to their feet and to claw their way up the side of the ravine toward us."
The Counterfiet Tickets
""It's illegal to scalp real tickets"
"No it's not", he corrected, "Not if you sell them at face value.""
This quote demonstrated how the characters are different in their views of right and wrong. The book explains how Marsh and Cooper are complete opposites.