A Monster Calls - Pages 86-114 Summary & Analysis

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In “Champ,” Conor sits at a pizza restaurant with his father. They have awkward conversation. Conor’s father, Liam, asks how he is holding up, and Conor shares his confidence that his mother will be fine. Liam invites Conor for a visit, which spurs a conversation about Conor not wanting to live with his grandmother. They have a spat about the fairness of Conor being shifted around between adults that do not act like they want him, and then the talk eases back into awkwardness.

In “Americans Don’t Get Much Holiday,” Liam drops Conor off back at his grandma’s house. She is still at the hospital. He finds himself jumping on her furniture and scratching the floor, and he likes the sensation. Conor decides to push the hands on her fancy clock, and they get stuck. He is worried about what...

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