Luna - Section 13: Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

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Section 13: Chapter 23 Summary

Regan is furious that Luna showed up at school because now people will always associate her with Liam/Luna and will think she is different too, but she does not want to be different; she wants to be accepted for who she is, just like Luna does. Luna has to realize her transition does not only affect her. Though Regan feels that her brother betrayed and humiliated her, the voice in her head asks who betrayed who, chiding her for abandoning Luna when she needed Regan the most. Regan weeps for herself, for Luna, and "for a world that wouldn't let her be" (p. 211). Regan wakes to Luna bouncing on her bed, thanking her. Liam apologizes for putting her in that position, but he did not think she would be there after school. He says he is selfish and depends on...

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