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There is no falling action in the book. the book jsut leaves you hanging
The falling action of the book is.... READ THE FREAKING BOOK, DUDE !
the rising action is what takes you to the climax of the story and the falling actions is what is after the climax.
what is the falling action in holes
Rising action is the build up to the biggest problem in the book and the falling action is the loose ends from the big problem
The falling action for the book, "Double Identity" is when Bethany learns the truth about herself. She learns that she is her dead sister's clone.
The Climax Is When G.T. Is Elected and then passes away. The Falling Action is when Braverman Is Attacked by a gang. :) But Anyways It Is A Very Wonderful Book :)
The rising and falling action in the book Anything but Typical is when he finds out that Rebecca is blind. This helps him to forget about how he looks and focus on their relationship.
I don't know what the rising and falling actions are but the climax is when they get the card from Swindle.
Some people die
The rising and falling action for the book "Anything But Typical" is based on the relationships. The main point is between Peter and Jacki. This is the time that is used to build their relationship.