M. T. Anderson

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The next day, Titus talks with Quendy, and tells her that Violet is sorry. Quendy says she understands. Titus explains what’s happening to Violet, and Quendy, suddenly angry, tells Titus that she hopes he isn’t sulking around Violet and making her feel “low-grade.” She puts her hand on his leg, and Titus notices that the blood in her veins is blue.
Titus is overcoming his initial revulsion, as it’s hinted that he’s beginning to find Quendy’s lesions attractive, foreshadowing the events of the following chapters.
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