Black House: A Novel Themes

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Good Versus Evil

This is definitely a good versus evil story. The characters in the story that are considered the "good" characters are flawed in certain ways. They don't equal what would have been thought of as "knights in shining armor," but this makes them all the more believable. Jack Sawyer, for instance, didn't want to get involved. He was forced into helping with the murders. Though the ideal hero in a book would be someone that comes to the aid of the defenseless simply because he knows they need his help, the fact that Jack tries to stay uninvolved adds a lot of detail to Jack Sawyer's character.

The evil in the book is represented by those that are stealing the children. The reader gets a very clear idea of what kind of monster it is that is being used from the pictures of the bodies that are...

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