The water polo team gets its replacements and the school stays open. The shoes that she wears are casual and dark blue. Claudia Gray is a clever storyteller, and her use of clueless Bianca as the narrator keeps the reader in the dark for a full half of the book. Edward is concerned by the rapid progression of the "baby" and thinks that it is harming Bella and suggests to Bella that she has an abortion, but Bella has grown too attached and wants nothing more than to see the pregnancy all the way through. Angela is suffering from extreme suicidal existential depression and doesn't see the point of living, and feels that everything is hopeless, pointless and meaningless.