Angelfall Themes

Susan Ee
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Family

Family is a major and dominant theme in the novel, "Angelfall" by Susan Ee. Thematically family, which includes mutual love or affection, caring, emotional support, and loyalty towards relatives and relations who may or may not be blood related, affects the course of the entire plot of the novel. Family most strongly revolves around the character of Penryn, and indeed, fuels the plot of the entire novel.

Family comes into play immediately. Penryn, who has become the de facto head of her family -her mother and sister- decides that they must head to the hills for their safety. It is love of her family, and desire for their safety, that prompts Penryn to want to relocate. When the escape attempt is disrupted, and her mother disappears, and Paige is kidnapped, Penryn is at once concerned about where her mother is, but even more so concerned about getting her...

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