In the Afterlight - Prologue, Chapters 1-3 Summary & Analysis

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The Prologue opens with Ruby talking about the color black, which represents several things for her. Black can be the empty bed of a child, the road leading onward, and betrayal. She says black is the color that will be used “to tell our story” (1).

In Chapter 1, Ruby is walking around Los Angeles. The city is dangerous, and she is hiding from soldiers who are searching for any of the children or agents from the Children's League. She has used her power to get information from a soldier, and she now knows how to get her group out of the city. She and some others from the Children's League are traveling with some adult agents from the League, though Ruby does not entirely trust those agents. The group has been moving and hiding for days as they try to get out of...

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