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I believe that Neferet is not who she seems. Neferet is like a motherly figure to Zoey. Neferet is like a motherly figure to Zoey, because Zoey’s mom abandoned her in a way by changing the way she acted as soon as she remarried. The reader know this because Zoey talks about how Neferet gave her a hug like her mother used to. The reader also knows this due to Neferet being very trusting loving to Zoey, almost like a mother. Neferet is like a motherly figure to Zoey, because Zoey’s mom abandoned her in a way by changing the way she acted as soon as she remarried. Neferet is also like a motherly figure to Zoey by comforting her in a caring way. The readers know this due Neferet being very concerned with Zoey when she has her mind somewhere else, or when Zoey looks concerned in some way. The readers …show more content…
Neferet is also like a motherly figure towards Zoey consider she stood up for Zoey. The readers know this due to Neferet standing up for Zoey when her mother and John come to the school when the parents are welcome to visit. During this time, John starts insulting the school and Zoey, which causes Neferet to intervene and stand up for Zoey and the school. The readers also know this as a result of Neferet standing up for Zoey when the police come in the school to question her about some deaths of teenagers. Over this time, the police asked if Zoey had anything to do with the deaths, which brings up Neferet’s motive to defend Zoey to the police with little discretion. Neferet is very motherly towards Zoey, however she may have another side to her. I believe Neferet as another side to her, as a result of her being awful to Aphrodite and being involved with the “ghosts” somehow. Neferet doesn’t seem to believe Aphrodite’s visions anymore. The

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