Distinctive beliefs are alluring and essential attitude of every novel. Marele Day’s novel, “The Life and Crimes of Harry lavender analyses an immense outlook of concerns associated through felony and riddle calligraphy of today’s current humanity. The subversion of female characters is utilized to protest our attention of gender stereotypes. Qualities of gender, dual appearances in setting and dual narration create the corrupted setting/world of Sydney as a way for Day to broaden audience understandings of gender, dual appearances, morality and technology. Moreover, Day features the connotation of the setting through the personification of Sydney, and the shock of technology in the corrupt world.