Who is your favorite character in Prophase? (SPOILERS)

Discuss the November 2014 book of the month, Prophase: A Present Tale by Mitchel Street.
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Re: Who is your favorite character in Prophase? (SPOILERS)

Post by LivreAmour217 » 01 Dec 2014, 17:06

ALynnPowers wrote:
LivreAmour217 wrote: I did have a feeling that there was more to Jazz than meets the eye, but it never occurred to me that he would become a potential love interest.
I bet you if we read it again, we would think it was super obvious! Like, when she would call him "my boy" or something... and they would snuggle together at night or something.
You're probably right. Everything is way more obvious during the re-reading!
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Post by ALynnPowers » 01 Dec 2014, 21:36

LivreAmour217 wrote:
ALynnPowers wrote:
LivreAmour217 wrote: I did have a feeling that there was more to Jazz than meets the eye, but it never occurred to me that he would become a potential love interest.
I bet you if we read it again, we would think it was super obvious! Like, when she would call him "my boy" or something... and they would snuggle together at night or something.
You're probably right. Everything is way more obvious during the re-reading!
I wonder if I would hate the original boyfriend more as well... I didn't like him much the first time around, but I would probably like him even less the second time around

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Post by Airam Velarde » 09 Dec 2014, 19:07

I agree with the comments above mine. I absolutely love cats, so the first character I was drawn to was Jazz. :) I did think there was something fishy going on though. :wink:
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Post by 3chicnP » 23 Dec 2014, 22:32

Dev. Too bad he's a fictional character. No one's like him here.
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Post by aaa1234 » 19 Jan 2015, 08:38

Piper's brother Charlie definitely or Lisa Piper's best friend from kindergarten.

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Post by Alexavier-Taiga » 20 Feb 2015, 23:22

Cats are awesome, but I was actually a bit dissapointed about it
So many books to read, so little time..

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Post by mystery lady » 18 Jul 2015, 21:44

I would have to choose Lisa as my favorite. In spite of her popularity in school, she had room in her life for one more friend. She was a great friend to Piper. She encouraged her when Piper was sad or discouraged. Piper needed someone positive in her life to offset her father's inconsistencies.

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Post by Naval Aulakh » 09 Jul 2017, 06:47

I liked Lisa the most. She was amazing throughout the book. Esther is my second favorite.
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