Cinder: Book One in the Lunar Chronicles Topics for Discussion

Marissa Meyer
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One of the primary themes in the novel is the discrimination in society against cyborgs. What is the reasoning for this? How is this discrimination seen in society? What does Cinder learn about the true purpose of the drafts? What does this say about the cyborg population in general in the novel?

Everyone seems surprised that Price Kai would be interested in someone such as Cinder. Why is this attraction so surprising? What does this suggest about the expectations for Kai as emperor? How does Cinder feel about Kai? Why doesn't she pursue her feelings? What does this say about her own opinion of a union between Kai and herself?

What are the ramifications of the plague in the novel? Be sure to discuss social, political, and economic ramifications, as well as personal ramifications for Kai and for Cinder. How does the plague impact...

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