Alexia asked:

What are the three main problems that occur in the book?

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Dennis Good reads will not do your homework for you. Read the book.
Brittany Quarters The three main problems are:
1) you haven't read it
2) you haven't read it
3) you haven't read it

Hope I helped. :)
*Laughs to self*
Avaminn F'nett The main problems are:
1. Cassia is a mary-sue
2. There is a ridiculously cliche love triangle
3. There is nothing original about this book whatsoever.

I can come up with more if you want.
Amal Everything. This is honestly one of the worst books I've ever read. Don't read it, unless you're into reading about girls with NO PERSONALITY.
Trinity 1) Haven't read it
2) do your own homework

* Snickers to herself *
Hope I was a lot of help
Kahlan_88 Wait, what school gives this book as the homework? Really? I mean, it's good, but still... ;-)
Alicia Zhou 1) The "Society" is a copy of The Giver's Community
2) There is pretty much no climax/plot besides the love triangle
3) Everything else
Nisma Salem I haven't heard much good reviews about this book but some say that its good. Should I read it or not??
Amy 1. idk
2. why don't u know
3. just read the book urself

If you can't find what you're looking for in the summary, get the book from a local library its not that hard...
Estefanie V. The entire book
Ashley 1) super insta-love-y
2) slow moving, no action
3) main character is a mary-sue, nothing really special or interesting about her
Rylee 1) Love triangle
Hirkani W. Like everything. Like I feel so bad for Xander. Stupid Ky. Get's into everything.
Yooji Go to spark notes :)
B.C.Y. 1. Read the book yourself.
2. Read it.
3. Not doing your homework for you.

Hoped I helped 😁
Izabellakolar -_- no nononononononononononononononono
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