1. Who took the absence of Destruction the hardest, and why?
Delirium, the youngest Endless, took the disappearance of Destruction the hardest because of all the Endless, she was always the closest to him.
2. What are the Endless?
The Endless are embodiments of the concepts they represent. They are personified emotions of their names and have powers beyond those of humans even though they can be killed.
3. What has Nada chosen to do at the beginning of the book, and why?
At the beginning of the book, Dream's relationship with Nada has just ended, and she has decided to be reborn into a new human being, forgetting everything between them.
4. What does Dream do at the beginning of the book, and why?
At the beginning of the book, Dream is very upset about the end of his relationship with Nada and her re-birth, so he is holed up in his castle, brooding, and it has been raining in the Dreaming, his realm, for days.
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