- Written by: Blake Nelson -
✔ “We watched him try to reach around and unhook himself, all the while skipping sideways, like a crab, trying to keep his feet under him. Then he got turned around. He got twisted into an awkward position under the train. You could see him start to panic and try to tear himself loose. But he couldn’t. The train had him, and it was too powerful. He got folded up. It was like a rag doll getting folded up and stuffed inside a narrow container. The security guard got rolled up and kind of… crushed… and ground into a ball” (Nelson 22).
✔ “He was here investigating a murder that occurred downtown” (Nelson 108).
✔ "But it looked like his coat got caught on something under one of the moving cars. It sort of lifted him up and dragged him sideways" (Nelson 22).
✔ "The first couple days were pure hell. The next couple totally sucked. Things got a little better after a week. And at ten days, well, the worst of it seemed to be over, the crisis had passed. I might walk around like a haunted zombie for the rest of my life, but at least I would have a life" (Nelson 86).
This shows the name of the book as well as the film.
This is a picture on some train tracks. This is important because the story revolves around a situation that occured on some train tracks.
The skateboard represents Max Fonias. It represents him because although a skateboard gets rough and damage, there will be a chance that you can repair it.