The Sugar Glider
1. The relationship between Sylvia and Don Sylvia and Don were a couple. They were married and they lived in Australia with their daughter Judy. Now, they are divorced. Don left his family, because for him the most important thing it was his work, “to fly”. Now, he has come back to do a job. At the beginning, Sylvia is very surprised, but she has already met Patrick. Don feels regret, and he thinks that he can return with his ex wife and his daughter. In the last chapter, it seems that they will be together, because he understands that the most important thing is the family. Sylvia has discovered that Patrick is a smallminded person; he is guilty that Judy was in danger. I’m sure that they will be happy. 2. In my opinion, the worst character The character that I don’t like is Patrick Forsha, the new “friend” or “boyfriend” of Sylvia. I don’t like him, because he seems a cruel person. In the end, it is discovered that he is a bad person. I suppose that he loves Sylvia, but he isn’t a selfconfident person, and he is afraid to lose Sylvia, but I don’t believe that he would be a good husband and father. I think that he must spend the rest of his life in jail. From my point of view, he is guilty of Paul’s death and Don and Judy‘s troubles, too.
3. Judy, a brave girl. Little Judy, is fourteen years old, and she had grown up without her father. When Don came back, he promised Judy to take her for trips in the Sugar Glider. She was very excited, but she didn’t know that she would live a hard experience with her father. In the story, she was very brave and clever, her father was very proud of her. She saw how Paul died, and when her father had an accident. Besides, she trained “brumbies”, which were wild horses. She rode on the brumby and she looked for help for her father, but she was kidnapped. She was afraid, but in the end, she returned with her father. She had realized that Patrick was a bad guy, and she only wanted her parents to be together.