Piper and Conrad have been through a lot and we already talked about how their backgrounds affect the way that they handle difficult situations. In this chapter the author makes us aware of a startling revelation about Conrad. How will Piper’s realization change her relationship with Conrad?
Piper has had a rough time during her first day at The Institute. What is the significance of Piper’s wooden bird? How does it affect her outlook for her remaining her time? Post your response on your blog.