Talk:The Belonging Kind

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I changed the last line of the article which stated that the information (knowledge of) the belonging kind transformed Coretti to reflect his realization (or at least belief) that he had always been a sort of larval form of them. I hope this doesn't violate copyright or policy (and if it does, I accept deletion), but there is a line towards the end: " And maybe, Coretti thought, they grow in stages. In the early stages seeming like humans, eating the food humans eat, sensing their difference only in a vague disquiet of being an outsider." BaikinMan 18:13, 12 October 2006 (UTC)

there is a lack of connection between the second and third paragraph of the plot summary, that makes the whole summary meaningless. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 158.143.146.104 (talk) 11:47, 9 May 2009 (UTC)