Form the beginning to the end, nearly everything changed, but Maxwell’s loneliness throughout the whole story. That’s the thing impressed me most in that book. After reading, I closed the book and thought: Maybe all of us are somewhat similar with that poor Maxwell, but even though we may seek through our life for Freak，he had never appeared.
So what led to his loneliness? His appearance, which called Frankenstein; His father the “Killer Kane”; Or is he real slow?
Everyone have there shortcoming and that’s where they got hurt from this world. And always, it’s not thier fault. In that case, he had learned to protect himself, in a simple way: keep out of this world.
Only after he met Freak, the situation changed. One has a strong body, one has a big brain. Together they became powerful and both of them changed thier way and altitude of life.
But somehow, I feel that Freak’s character wasn’t that real. It was just like a ferry tale. How could that wired kid be real in the real life? In another word: How could we have such a perfect friend in our daily life? So I guess Freak may be just an shadow of Maxwell, a shadow which he wished himself to be. Still, in the end, Freak dead. Shadows always have to disappear. So was his father.
Life goes on.
“Nothing is a drag, kid. Think about it.” Loretta said.
Shadows all gone, the dim one, the brilliant one. And he, himself finaly become Freak the Mighty.