Series Identifier: Lunar Chronicles book 3
- Young Adult
- Difficult emotions
- Feeling alone
- Finding Oneself/Identity Development
- Making new friends
- Problem Solving
- Strong female role models
- Standing up for oneself
- Working with others
- Foster Care/Adoption
- Lunar shells are seen as “less than” and are treated as objects to be experimented on.
- Cress uses her imagination to get through stressful situations which she has no experience dealing with.
- Thorne quickly adapts to losing his vision.
- Cress identifies with her captors, only because they are the only human contact she has.
- Cress cuts her hair for the first time in her life to escape a dangerous situation, causing her to have to adjust to a new way of self-soothing.
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