Fantasy, science fiction, dystopia, and thrillers of a book

The book should be a recent work of fiction, a novel written in the last 20 years, that is set in the present. Fantasy, science fiction, dystopia, and thrillers are inappropriate. The book should focus on the choices made by individuals similar to people you know or yourself in situations that you could imagine experiencing. The resulting paper is an analysis of the choices the character makes, inferences about the values and attitudes that drive those choices and a corresponding self-analysis of the student’s own value driven decision process. (choose the book you want)

Focus on the decision making of a character grounded by the values that character has that you conjecture from observation. Think of a person as a machine programmed to balance and weight choices using data imperfectly taken in and processed from senses and analyses. Then compare/contrast your own values.

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