League Book Club Post #3: Dead to Me by Anton Strout

Yesterday we talked a bit about Simon's desire for normalcy and the need he seems to have to either pretend his abilities aren't there or downplay them.

I wondered how much of that you think comes from his past? We aren't really certain what made him give up his Nefarious Deeds and Walk the Straight and Narrow, but do you think his fear of his abilities and attempts to work around them somehow means that for Simon, psychometry has become linked with memories of being someone he didn't like being, and no longer wants to be?

How do you think that affects the choices he makes now?

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