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Essay heading: 5 People You Meet In Heaven
 
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He makes it clear as he backtracks through the characters life and shows why certain things happened and how they effected his life and it makes sense to the reader and makes the reader understand that the events that took place weren't just some random scene to get your attention but part of the bigger picture to help tell the story in complete and full detail...
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This is one of the best and maybe the best narrations of a story I've ever witnessed and that says a lot. (3) A Large part of why the storytelling is amazing is because of the way he makes connections to why things happened where they happened, why certain people were met and why events took place through the life of the main character...
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