for darkness shows the stars
summer reading by star fontenot
rising action: ( in past) Elliot and kai wrote letters back and forth when him and his dad worked on the farm for Elliot's dad. when her dad found out what they were going her faired him and his dad from working on the farm. year when by and she was eighteen years old.( present) her dad lets kai come back to work on the farm now that he is eighteen. and he techs her how to change a will on a charter and all kinds of stuff. then one afternoon Elliot walks out side and was walking to Kai and he wanted to runaway with her, but she didn't.
climax: he come back to work on the farm but Elliot's dad with not exe he apologue so he fixed stuff around with out permission and her dad let him come the back.
falling action: he is gone she is so upset she want another chance to go with him. but she knows she cant , all she can do id look for him and what on him,
resolution: he comes back three mouths later because he knows he made the rong decagon of leviving her and he go's back to working on the farm again.
resolution: they start dating and that's when it ends (its a secal)
setting:Elliot's dads farm
caterer's; Elliot, kai, kais dad, Elliot's dad
author: Diana Peterfreund
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Eighteen-year-old Luddite Elliot North has always known her place in this caste system. Four years ago Elliot refused to run away with her childhood sweetheart, the servant Kai, choosing duty to her family’s estate over love. But now the world has changed: a new class of Post-Reductionists is jumpstarting the wheel of progress and threatening Luddite control; Elliot’s estate is floundering; and she’s forced to rent land to the mysterious Cloud Fleet, a group of shipbuilders that includes renowned explorer Captain Malakai Wentforth—an almost unrecognizable Kai. And while Elliott wonders if this could be their second chance, Kai seems determined to show Elliot exactly what she gave up when she abandoned him.
But Elliot soon discovers her childhood friend carries a secret—one that could change the society in which they live…or bring it to its knees. And again, she’s faced with a choice: cling to what she’s been raised to believe, or cast her lot with the only boy she’s ever loved, even if she has lost him forever