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Shaista Banu All through the book one can see that Ka's character, like that of most people in real-life, is flawed. His personal thoughts also reflect that. Add to that his desperation for Ipek and his intense desire to take her back to Germany with him. Considering these, it is quite possible for him to have revealed Blue's location to the police. Complacent and listless he may have seemed, but what strikes more after his meeting with Ipek is his desperation for a happy life. So, doesn't come across as contradictory to me.
Tom Brennan
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Richp Most of all assume Ka did this, but this novel does not have an omniscient narrator or a character credibly stating this actually happened. Events make this assumption likely true within the novel, but not certainly true. This is not the only event that lacks good explanation.
Gabriel Badea
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Andrew Guthrie It's called "between a rock and a hard place" . . . all the factions pulling Ka one way or another, keeping in mind that he is beaten up by the novel's most evil characters and that he is corrosively jealous of Blue. I couldn't be sure that Ka had betrayed Blue OR that Ipek had a relationship with Blue until the circumstances were explained towards the the end of the novel.
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