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Perfection. Synopsis: Perfect follows the lives of four high school seniors all about the persistent pursuit of perfection. Each adolescent defines the word differently, so they each require different avenues in order to accomplish their goal. Their connection may not appear obvious as they are not always friends. Their connection, nevertheless, is located by using their avoidance of collapse: the lengths that they go to so as to satisfy irrational expectations. Cara is really the most well-rounded personality, "ideal" in every sense of word. She's expected to stand out academically, athletically and from extracurricular activities with the aim to be taken to Stanford. It is impossible to please her mother, her father is never home and her twin brother, Connor, is a patient in a psychiatric clinic for having attempted suicide. She does not feel close to any of her friends, and she's not in love with her boyfriend, Sean; she's just with him because he's convenient. Additional throughout the publication, Cara must take her novelty when she realizes she is not "directly". The strain to acknowledge this to herself is immense - because the label doesn't meet under "perfect". She feels as if she cannot confide in anyone. She's not able to discuss this matter with her boyfriend along with her parents. Sean finds out, and Cara is becomes a victim of cyber-bullying. When she eventually comes out to himself and to her parents, Cara's brother succeeds in another suicide effort. Just as Cara's life was coming together, the end of this novel allows it to fall apart again. Sean, Cara's boyfriend, has been orphaned, left to live with his uncle after both his parents passed away. Sean is "buff", training hard to become a terrific baseball player so he could fulfill his...