Chapter 15 (Day): p. 133 - 134

The fifthteenth chapter is written from Day's perspective. Day finds himself falling for the girl he helped, even he knows that nothing good can come out. He remembers that she can point out a detail on the streets a mile away or that she can skewer a hot dog with a knife, and in one throw from an unattended stand. He tries to focus on collecting the needed money for Eden, but every time, when he steal a glance at the Girl, or feel June 's eyes on him, he helplessly drift back to thinking about her.