Imaginary Friend: A Novel Characters

Stephen Chbosky
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Christopher Reese

Christopher is the protagonist of the novel. He is a viewpoint character. He becomes lost in the woods for six days and when he reappears, he has strange powers and can speak to his imaginary friend, the Nice Man. The Nice Man instructs Christopher to build a treehouse, which serves as a door between the Imaginary side and the Real side. Christopher builds the treehouse with the help of his friends, but the end of the novel reveals that the Nice Man is actually the Devil in disguise, tricking Christopher into helping him escape.

Christopher is a compassionate and sensitive child who is hyper-aware of the emotions of those around him, even before he gains his supernatural ability to read minds. He is prone to putting others before himself and extending empathy even to his bully, Brady Collins. Though he is only seven, he is very aware...

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