The School For Good and Evil #2: A World Without Princes - Part One: 8. Unforgiving - 10. Doubt Summary & Analysis

Soman Chainani
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Sophie mocks Agatha for going to class instead of Tedros. Agatha asks for forgiveness. Sophie, suppressing suspicion, tells Agatha she forgives her. They attend their first class where Professor Anemone is clearly upset at teaching Debeautification. It revolves around girls doing whatever they want with themselves. Pink is bad, as it represents weakness, while blue represents strength. Sophie wonders why Tedros has not tried to talk to Agatha. Polloux enters the classroom, her head separated from that of her brother and placed on an antelope. The Dead follows in and reminds the students of the ranking system, where the worst performers will guard the forest gates from the rogue princes. Their first test is to vanquish a phantom of their true loves. The other girls blast their phantoms until it is Sophie’s turn. A red phantom appears from Sophie...

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