Persephone Analysis

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The first chapter talks about how the main girl of the story, Pierce, relates her situation to the greek myth of Persephone and Hades, but that her problems are way bigger than what “Persephone” had to face since it was no myth to what had happened to her.
Pierce is at her “Welcome to Isla Huesos,Pierce” party, she moved to Isla Huesos from Connecticut because of her accident that took place there. Her parents are now divorced and her mother took herself & Pierce to her hometown, Isla Huesos. Pierce is now at her house party & her cousin, Alex, asked her about whether she saw the “light” before she was revived back to life again. She feels uncomfortable and dizzy and asks her mother if she can go on take a ride of her bicycle.
Pierce talks about the last time she came to Isla Huesos to attend her
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Instead of home, or by the lake, she was in a elegant room. She was surprised that she had magically appeared from one place to another. When she asked him how he had done that, he said that it was a perk of a job.
When she asks him “why her out of everyone?”, her responds by saying that it is because of her nature that makes her stand out. It’s because she always focuses on other but not herself.
He then gives her a beautiful grey diamond necklace that has special properties such as it protecting its wearer from evil, possibly even helping them detect it. Which is good since “true evil often wears the most innocent of guises.”
Once she is told that she can never leave the Underworld, she being only 16 and dead, obviously freaks out and throws a hot cup of tea on his face and runs.
She thens runs down a spiral staircase and is suddenly

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