Bone: Out from Boneville Characters

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Fone Bone is the main character through much of the story, as the novel follows him through his adventures to reunite with his cousins and return to his home of Boneville. Fone Bone is a human-like character that is logical, caring, sweet, and overall very friendly. He is constantly looking out for his cousins, and later in the chapter, for the animals of the forest, Thorne, and Grandma Ben. After being run out of his hometown, Fone helps his cousin Phoney to escape, only to find himself lost and alone in the forest. His friendliness, however, makes it possible for him to survive, and even to meet a young woman whom he likes very much. He is often depicted as a flustered, embarrassed individual whose feelings for Thorne make him do and say things he normally would not. His innocent nature is protected by the dragon, although...

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