Midnight Predator Themes

Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
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Slavery

A major theme in Midnight Predator is the theme of slavery. When Jillian Red first approaches Turquoise and Ravyn about the job, she mentions their experiences in the trade and proves her knowledge by detailing Ravyn's experiences as a slave. In order to infiltrate Midnight, the girls are forced to convince Nathaniel to sell them into Midnight as slaves, and before taking them to Midnight, Nathaniel explains how a slave should behave to them. Nathaniel warns them not to raise a hand against their trainer without being certain they can kill him and warns them they must enter without weaponry. Unlike Turquoise and Ravyn who hated their masters, Eric is loyal to Jaguar who bought him from the vampires that killed his family. Jaguar is kinder to his slaves than other vampires, and Jeshickah resents his bleeding heart, often threatening him if he does not yield to her...

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