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* Near the end of the novel, Raleigh sits on a park bench and cries, believing that she's ruined the "journey of self-discovery" that her traveling companions were on and that they only invited her by accident. [[spoiler:Cue Stephanie throwing her arms around her and before that, saying that no matter how she ended up on the trip, they were friends.]]

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* Near the end of the novel, Raleigh sits on a park bench and cries, believing that she's ruined the "journey of self-discovery" that her traveling companions were on and that they only invited her by accident. [[spoiler:Cue Stephanie throwing her arms around her and before that, saying that no matter how she ended up on the trip, they were friends.is her new best friend.]]


* Near the end of the novel, Raleigh sits on a park bench and cries, believing that she's ruined the "journey of self-discovery" that her traveling companions were on and that they only invited her by accident. [[spoiler:Cue Stephanie throwing her arms around her and saying that no matter how she ended up on the trip, they were friends.]]
** It's clear throughout that Stephanie has nothing but respect for Raleigh, which is particularly noticeable in the final act. They are seemingly the only 2 in the group who completely understand each other

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* Near the end of the novel, Raleigh sits on a park bench and cries, believing that she's ruined the "journey of self-discovery" that her traveling companions were on and that they only invited her by accident. [[spoiler:Cue Stephanie throwing her arms around her and before that, saying that no matter how she ended up on the trip, they were friends.]]
** It's clear throughout that Stephanie has nothing but respect for Raleigh, which is particularly noticeable in the final act. They are seemingly the only 2 in the group who completely understand each other
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** It's clear throughout that Stephanie has nothing respect for Raleigh, which is particularly noticeable in the final act. They are seemingly the only 2 in the group who completely understand each other

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** It's clear throughout that Stephanie has nothing but respect for Raleigh, which is particularly noticeable in the final act. They are seemingly the only 2 in the group who completely understand each other


* Near the end of the novel, Raleigh sits on a park bench and cries, believing that she's ruined the "journey of self-discovery" that her traveling companions were on and that they only invited her by accident. [[spoiler:Cue Stephanie throwing her arms around her and saying that no matter how she ended up on the trip, they were friends.]]

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* Near the end of the novel, Raleigh sits on a park bench and cries, believing that she's ruined the "journey of self-discovery" that her traveling companions were on and that they only invited her by accident. [[spoiler:Cue Stephanie throwing her arms around her and saying that no matter how she ended up on the trip, they were friends.]]]]
** It's clear throughout that Stephanie has nothing respect for Raleigh, which is particularly noticeable in the final act. They are seemingly the only 2 in the group who completely understand each other


* Near the end of the novel, Raleigh sits on a park bench and cries, believing that she's ruined the "journey of self-discovery" that her traveling companions were on and that they only invited her by accident. Cue Stephanie throwing her arms around her and saying that no matter how she ended up on the trip, they were friends.

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* Near the end of the novel, Raleigh sits on a park bench and cries, believing that she's ruined the "journey of self-discovery" that her traveling companions were on and that they only invited her by accident. Cue [[spoiler:Cue Stephanie throwing her arms around her and saying that no matter how she ended up on the trip, they were friends.]]

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