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Why are the chapters divided into "Now" and "Then" sections? What effect does this have on the reader?

How is the world that Lena describes similar to our own world?

How does Lena change? What is her catalyst?

At one point toward the end of the novel, Lena accuses Raven of being just like "them"—why does she think this?

Why is "love" seen as something that destroys society by the DFA? How have they attempted to eradicate love? What else have they eradicated?

Lena compares people, including herself, to animals. Why?

What does Alex represent for Lena? What does Julian represent for Lena?

Why does Lena's mother choose not to reveal her identity to Lena?

Why does Julian choose to trust Lena even after she admits that she has lied to him? What has he experienced in his life that reveals the true nature of...

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