Nick Carraway moves to New York in 1922 where he takes a job as a salesman. He moves in next to a billionaire named Jay Gatsby. Nick receives an invitation to Gatsby's party one day. After Nick attend's the party, Gatsby shows that he likes Nick and invites him out. They go to lunch one day, and Gatsby is uncomfortable around Nick's friend Tom. Nick finds out that Gatsby was with Tom's wife Daisy five years earlier. Nick invites Daisy over for tea, and Gatsby shows up. Daisy and Gatsby begin an affair together. Gatsby plans to tell Tom that Daisy is leaving him. When Gatsby tells Tom, Tom gets angry. Tom begins accusing Gatsby of being a criminal and doing illegal acts to get rich. Gatsby reacts in rage. Daisy intervenes and insists she wants to leave with Gatsby. Later that night, their friend Myrtle is killed by someone driving Gatsby's car. The must all find out who the driver was and where Gatsby was.
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Best part of story, including ending:
What I really like about this story was the cool lifestyle of Jay Gatsby.
Best scene in story:
My favorite scene was the first party because it was elegant and had exciting scenes.
Opinion about the main character:
What I liked least about Nick was that he betrayed his from Tom and let Gatsby get with Daisy.