24601. Every musical nerd's password after seeing the movie/musical. Passwords needs five digits? 24601!!
Anyway, back on task. I love the two main characters, Javert and Jean Valjean.
Which brings us to Javert, the man who promises to put Jean Valjean in prison and hunts him. He's not necessarily a bad man, which may be shocking. Javert is doing what he believes is right. He's upholding the law, not looking at the heart of the man. Javert sees him as the convict he was, not the humanitarian he became.
Jean Valjean saves Cosette from Borat and Bellatrix. (Meh, it's true.) He raises her as his own child.
Lots of stuff happens, people die, two fall in love and there are songs which made me bawl. But the point. Jean Valjean saves Javert's life and spares him. Javert cannot comprehend that this man has changed and cannot understand the fact that the man he chased most of his life was not what he believed.
I won't spoil the ending for you. Seriously, go watch the movie or the musical on stage. The two characters show the difference between love and law. Freedom and hate. It's a beautiful story.
Have you seen "Les Miserables"? Did you enjoy Javert and Jean Valjean's story?
Camp NaNoWriMo Update: (because I'm crazy and doing the A-Z and Nano!)
Genre: YA/NA Urban Fantasy
Day Nine: 16,181
Alright day of writing. I wrote 765 words. It's been a long week at work and I'm tired not wanting to write much. I did hold a sick little one-year-old girl for two hours today. I love my cuddles, but I felt bad she was sick. It does feel good to see my "words remaining" going down. I'm getting closer to the scene where Lainey finds out the truth about Jon!