These last few chapters were difficult to read through. There was a lot of technical stuff, such as ideologies, medical explanations, and preaching, that made it slow and painful.
I liked how all of the different plots culminated in this one event at the end. It was interesting to read the different sides of the “genetics” argument. I don’t know how I feel about the ending. It almost seems like a waste of time. The end just didn’t seem justify all of the build up to the event. Interestingly, the twins end up together. After all that was done by themselves and their family for them to turn out different from each other, they both ended up together sharing a punishment. Maybe, they will realize that they cannot escape each other. Irie ends up with Josh, who is now “step-dad” to the Millat/Magid offspring, living in the Caribbean with grandma. The parents (the Jones/Iqbals) end up the same as they have always been. In fact, nothing seems to have changed in the end.