The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer - Chapters 1 - 4 Summary & Analysis

Michelle Hodkin
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Chapters 1 - 4 Summary

A teenage girl comes to the realization that she has a terrible special ability in the novel The Unbecoming of Mara Dryer by Michelle Hodkin. Mara and her family have just moved to Florida in hopes the relocation will help Mara heal from the accidental death of her best friend, Rachel. Continuing deaths, however, make Mara realize that she is at the center of all the strange fatalities and may have even caused the death of her own friend. Noah Shaw, an eccentric and intelligent boy, that Mara meets in Florida, holds his own secret that might help Mara control her own ability if she makes the right choice.

In Chapter 1, Mara, Rachel, and Claire play with an Ouija board. Claire tries to pass the planchette to Mara but she passes it on to Rachel. Claire is disdainful of Mara's move and kids her. Mara...

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