The theme of abuse was strong in this book. Where did this theme appear, and what were the major responses to these occurrences?
What did Torey's ideas in the Epilogue reveal, and how did these align with your personal take on these instances?
What are some of the ways Torey saved Jadie from dangerous situations, and how did this affect their relationship?
How did Torey mourn for the death of Tashee, and why did she choose these methods?
How did the relationship between Lucy and Torey change throughout the course of the plot, and how did these changes affect the people around them?
What did Hugh lend to Jadie's situation, and what might have been different in the end of the case without his ideas and intervention?
How did Torey educate herself, and what affect did this have on her students?
What were some of the strange habits...
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