I would like someone who has read <Blood Music> and can developed a thesis of the book, and answer the question: “The boocytes almost become characters in their own right, as they converse with individuals. What do they convey? What especially do they say about their social order and the nature of individuality and dissent?”. This will be a 4-5 pages paper, MLA formatting, please use quotes and evidence to back up point of view. PDF version is available free online. I have also posted a short guide of the book, but it is not the summary.