Unbreakable Themes & Motifs

Kami Garcia
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Fear

Fear is a prominent theme throughout the book. This book even starts because of a fear of the Illuminati, hence why the Legion summons Andras in the first place. It creates discord and is the root of the problem throughout the book. From the first chapter there’s fear from running into the ghost alone in the graveyard but also when Kennedy runs into her mother. Kennedy’s mother has a strange attitude at her daughter mentioning being at the Jesuit cemetery. Rather than lecturing her, Kennedy's mother seems afraid of the cemetery.

Fear also serves to force Kennedy to grow. In the beginning her fear of the possessed Elvis is what causes her to scream and alert the Lockhart twins to her presence. It kicks off the fact that they believe her to be one of them and burst in to save her. Furthermore, her...

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