The sun was out for once, and Inej had turned her face to it. Her
eyes were shut, her oil-black lashes fanned over her cheeks. The harbor
wind had lifted her dark hair, and for a moment Kaz was a boy again,
sure that there was magic in this world.
“I always compare your lives with something significant in history. It’s to show you how similar history can be with our own lives, even if the scale of our problems don’t necessarily match the historical event. This time, I want you to show me know how history affects us. We know history influences our lives today. But how has it personally influenced your life? That’s your assignment. Connect history with your present.”
The Clique Six are figuring out how to attack Cory’s confusing project. However, some are getting it quicker than others. Being the only people of color in the group, Zay Babineaux and Isadora Smackle already know how history affects and connects to their present. It’s no surprise they could tackle the assignment.
Let’s just say the other four have to dig a bit deeper.