A Monster Calls - Pages 115-135 Summary & Analysis

Patrick Ness
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In “Destruction,” Conor realizes how broken and destroyed his grandma’s room is. The Monster, whom Conor blames for this turn of events, is gone. His grandma arrives home before he is able to do anything. When she sees the mess, his grandma practically breaks down in great sobs and moans; she steps into the sitting room and finishes what Conor started, kicking and smashing all of her belongings while sobbing and screaming. After a few minutes of this she leaves the room without speaking to him. He spends the rest of the evening cleaning up his mess while she weeps upstairs in her room.

In “Invisible,” Conor stands in the schoolyard alone. Nobody notices him, not even Lily, until Harry and his buddies arrive. When they do, grinning at him in cruel anticipation, he is relieved. When he’d woken that morning...

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