Jonas and Fiona

Fiona is a character in the novel The Giver by Lois Lowry. Fiona belongs to the group of Eleven, so she is in the same age group as Jonas. She was born as number eighteen of the fifty-age group immediately before Jonas, who is number nineteen (Chapter 7, 89%). 

Fiona gets a baby brother named Bruno the year she turns Twelve. She thinks her new brother is cute, but doesn't particularly like his name (Chapter 6, 36%).

Jonas likes Fiona and thinks she is “a good student, quiet and polite, but she had a sense of fun as well, and it didn’t surprise him that she was working with Asher today." (Chapter 4, 25%). 

Jonas finds Fiona attractive. In one dream, he wants her to undress and get into the bathtub so he can wash her (Chapter 5, 33%), and experiences arousal (Chapter 5, 50%). Jonas also describes Fion...

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