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    Denny (Camino Island)
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    "We got Gatsby, that ole son of a bitch."
    Gender: Male
    Type: Criminal
    Age: Unknown
    Species: Human
    Status: Arrested
    Media of origin: Camino Island


    Denny is a character in John Grisham's novel titled Camino Island. Denny is a thief and murderer that engaged in a heist with four others.

    Good Qualities

    1. He and his heist team had a stunningly clever and well-crafted plan to steal widely old manuscripts, and they nearly got away with it. If one of them hadn't bled on the scene they would be home free.
    2. In the audio-book version, January LaVoy portrays him very well.
    3. Denny will go at great measures to get what he wants, and though his methods are questionable he surely has an iron will.
    4. He is really good at intimidating people, and appears to get others to listen to him generally.
    5. He is mildly well fleshed out in personality, and is present in much of the beginning of the novel.
    6. He is somewhat memorable, if you like criminal characters. He is the most reoccurring criminal character in the book, and he keeps the plot interesting.

    Bad Qualities

    1. It's hard to sympathize with a murderous criminal.
    2. He's not too present in the story compared to the main characters, and somehow becomes irrelevant later on.
    3. His arrest is abrupt and unsatisfactory; he didn't even get a concrete ending.
    4. Him and a friend intimidating lawyers is objectively a bad idea.

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