1. In Chapter 1, how does Cadence describe the Sinclairs?
Cadence describes the Sinclairs as a beautiful family. She says that none of them is a criminal, addict, or a failure. The Sinclairs are athletic, tall, and handsome. They are old-money Democrats. Their smiles are wide, their chins are square, and their tennis serves are aggressive.
2. In Chapter 2, how does Cadence describe herself?
Cadence says that her full name is Cadence Sinclair Eastman. She lives in Burlington, Vermont, with her mother and their three dogs. She is almost 18. She use to be blond, but now her hair is black. She used to be strong, but now she is weak. She used to be pretty, but now she looks sick. She has migraines.
3. Who are Tipper and Harris Sinclair?
Tipper and Harris Sinclair are Cadence's grandparents. Her grandfather came into his money at 21 after Harvard and grew his fortune through business. He inherited houses and land, and he made intelligent decisions about the stock market. They had three daughters and no sons.
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