I'd Tell You I Love You, but Then I'd Have to Kill You Themes

Ally Carter
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One of the most important themes in "I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You" is the concept of friendship and sisterhood as evidenced by Cammie's close relationships with her friends. At the beginning of the novel, Cammie is eager for her classmates to return to school and she does not feel like she is really home again until they join her at Gallagher Academy. When Mr. Solomon alludes to Cammie's dad, Bex is concerned for her friend's feelings, demonstrating her sisterhood. Mr. Solomon taunts Cammie when Bex and Liz are captured on their first mission, telling her they will torture Bex first because the worst pain they can inflict is making her listen to Liz's pain because of their friendship. Cammie is distraught at the idea of her friends being hurt, even though she knows it is not really happening...

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