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The Reality Bug Themes

D. J. MacHale
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The Struggle between Good and Evil

The overall theme of the book series is the struggle between good and evil. This is a very common theme in heroic novels, and the twist on this is that the good guys are not as powerful as the bad guy, Saint Dane. Saint Dane always seems to be two or more steps ahead of the Travelers, and the Travelers seem to muddle their way into victory more than plan and execute successful campaigns. Bobby tells Aja that he is usually running scared and cannot think, let alone cleverly plan his next moves. Even when there is enough time available, nothing comes out right. This way of pacing a story keeps reader interest because doubt always exists that the hero and his helpers will make it out alive. On the other hand, the roundness of the Saint Dane character suffers. He is absolutely...

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