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When they join a traveling fair, Annie becomes the center of attention, leading to Joe feeling left out and alone. These feelings prompt him to flee the fair and join a gang of street kids, leaving Annie behind.
Guilt and shame follow him through subsequent adventures on the streets of Manchester, but he never forgets Annie and soon begins a new quest to try to find her. While Joe, the first person narrator, can be thoughtless and immature, his love for his sister and determination to find her makes him a character the reader will care about.
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Most of the other characters in the book come across as three-dimensional as well, even those who appear only briefly. The historical details are accurate and interesting, evoking Dickens and other 19th-century authors as Michael describes the living conditions of the poor in sometimes frightening detail. However, the narrative also contains fantasy elements that lift it into the realm of the unusual: Annie talks to the dead and the children meet up with some other-than-human characters.