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* At the end of the book, after Anna wins her lawsuit, she indicates to her lawyer that she intends to go through with the transplant anyway, the difference being that this time it's ''her'' choice. Doubles as a TearJerker because it suggests that [[spoiler:if not for the accident, both Kate and Anna could have survived -- even though Kate seems to think otherwise.]]

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* At the end of the book, after Anna wins her lawsuit, she indicates to her lawyer that she intends to go through with the transplant anyway, anyway. She's just fought a battle for, and been granted, the difference being that this time it's ''her'' choice.the right to choose, and she ''chooses'' to save her sister. Doubles as a TearJerker because it suggests that [[spoiler:if not for the accident, both Kate and Anna could have survived -- even though Kate seems to think otherwise.]]


* In one blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment, Jesse tells his mother that he's been donating platelets to Kate (since that requires only a blood type compatibility, not the kind of precise genetic match that's required for bone marrow and organ donation).

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* In one blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment, Jesse tells his mother that he's been donating platelets to Kate too (since that only requires only a blood type compatibility, not compatibility rather than the kind of precise genetic match that's required needed for bone marrow and organ donation).transplanting).


* Kate herself is willing to give up her life so that Anna can live hers to the fullest. It's especially poignant in the book because it's flat-out stated that she doesn't ''want'' to die, she just doesn't want to keep living at Anna's expense.

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* Kate herself is willing to give up her life so that Anna can live hers to the fullest. It's especially poignant in the book because it's flat-out stated that she doesn't ''want'' to die, she just doesn't want to keep living at Anna's expense.expense.
* In one blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment, Jesse tells his mother that he's been donating platelets to Kate (since that requires only a blood type compatibility, not the kind of precise genetic match that's required for bone marrow and organ donation).


* Doubling as a TearJerker, when [[spoiler: Anna dies]], her father uses an astronomy metaphor to explain how he feels. Sometimes two stars are wrapped up in each other's orbits, too close to distinguish or include anything else.
-->It's not until the smaller one goes out that you realize how brightly it really shone. And then, really, it's too late.
** It's doubly meaningful as Anna's real name is Andromeda. (Bryan picked it out)

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* Doubling as a TearJerker, when [[spoiler: Anna dies]], her father uses an astronomy metaphor to explain how he feels. feels.
-->
Sometimes two stars are wrapped up in each other's orbits, too close to distinguish or include anything else.
-->It's
else. It's not until the smaller one goes out that you realize how brightly it really shone. And then, really, it's too late.
** It's doubly meaningful as Anna's real name is Andromeda. (Bryan picked it out)out)
* At the end of the book, after Anna wins her lawsuit, she indicates to her lawyer that she intends to go through with the transplant anyway, the difference being that this time it's ''her'' choice. Doubles as a TearJerker because it suggests that [[spoiler:if not for the accident, both Kate and Anna could have survived -- even though Kate seems to think otherwise.]]
* Kate herself is willing to give up her life so that Anna can live hers to the fullest. It's especially poignant in the book because it's flat-out stated that she doesn't ''want'' to die, she just doesn't want to keep living at Anna's expense.


-->It's not until the smaller one goes out that you realize how brightly it really shone. And then, really, it's too late.

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-->It's not until the smaller one goes out that you realize how brightly it really shone. And then, really, it's too late.late.
** It's doubly meaningful as Anna's real name is Andromeda. (Bryan picked it out)


* When [[spoiler: Anna dies]], her father uses an astronomy metaphor to explain how he feels. Sometimes two stars are wrapped up in each other's orbits, too close to distinguish or include anything else.

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* When Doubling as a TearJerker, when [[spoiler: Anna dies]], her father uses an astronomy metaphor to explain how he feels. Sometimes two stars are wrapped up in each other's orbits, too close to distinguish or include anything else.

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* When [[spoiler: Anna dies]], her father uses an astronomy metaphor to explain how he feels. Sometimes two stars are wrapped up in each other's orbits, too close to distinguish or include anything else.
-->It's not until the smaller one goes out that you realize how brightly it really shone. And then, really, it's too late.

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