Favorite Character of the "Man Mission" Group?

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I really liked Sam, too, but I think my favorite character in the Man Mission group was Daniel. I loved how organized, reliable, and steady that he was.
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I liked all four of these characters, but my favorite was Sam because he had a great character arc and also had a great sense of humor.

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Although I don’t know him as well as the protagonist (I call the protagonist Guy—I had to give him a name), I like Sam because, as a friend, he was the one who just listened to Guy and let him get it all out. He was not quick to judge him or voice his opinion right away.

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My favorite character is the narrator, his whining nature mistakes and weakness were the main engine behind the flow and humor of the story. It is also from him that i derived my moral lesson of the story. In my opinion without the narrator this book would have been boring.

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I liked Daniel the most. He was different, with his ability to plan and arrange things properly.

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To be honest I felt that I really identified with the main character, perhaps because we were following his thoughts and feelings. I felt him to be reflective, sensitive and caring, even though he may be seen as weak

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Alec. He is the black sheep of the group, with things always going against him, but later, his life turns out to be more in order than the others.
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I like daniel the most as he is an organiser and he is always honest.

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