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Chris Bohjalian
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He was still there, an absolutely silent sleeper, and she would see him once she rolled over.”
-- Narrator (Chapter 1)

Importance: When Cassie wakes, she does not realize that Alex is making no noise because he is dead. It is not until she turns over to look at him that she realizes the reason for his silence.

She tried to imagine what might have led her to take a broken bottle and slash open the guy’s neck as if she and her father were gutting a deer.”
-- Narrator (Chapter 1)

Importance: When Cassie first wakes, she fears that maybe she is responsible for killing Alex. She searches her memory to remember exactly what might have happened the previous evening. However, she had drunk so much that she was unable to remember.

She had made her choice — just one more bad choice in a life riddled with them — and there was no turning back.”
-- Narrator (Chapter 1)

Importance: Even as Cassie walks...

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