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Chapter 20

  • On Friday, we spent practically the whole afternoon talking with Travis. It's much more than I thought. He really likes math, wants to be a teacher, he's a good listener, fun, academic, focused, and loves to debate. He's the kind of person who can fit into any conversation, literally any conversation. We even talked about the immortality of lobsters. There were no awkward silences, no insinuations. He behaved like a friend, as if we had known each other all our lives. It's a shame that he doesn't really know anything about mine.
  • He knows nothing, not even where I come from. I didn't utter a word about my real parents or who I am. I said nothing. I just tried to avoid any discussion about my past at all costs.
  • This is what I wanted to avoid by getting involved with other people. Lying to them about who I am and where I come from is not the way to start a bond that I would love to maintain. But I know that's not possible for me right now. My life will always be a lie to others, and it's even disturbing to lie to April.
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