A Sudden Light - Chapters 24-27 Summary & Analysis

Garth Stein
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Trevor awakens in the middle of the night and goes downstairs for a drink. Samuel is sitting at the table scribbling furiously on post-it notes. Samuel asks for his medicine, remarking that the whisky-and-milk mixture helps him sleep, while the pills Serena gives him keep him awake. Trevor fixes him a drink and asks about the notes, but Samuel has no recollection of doing them. Trevor reads them and puts them in order. Samuel says that Ben visits him and talks to him about the trees and Harry, and that Serena always reminds him to hate Ben. He goes on to say that Ben does not like what Serena is doing with the house. The notes form a letter, from Ben to Trevor. They speak of being connected, and of obligations, but the clear message is that it is Trevor’s job to...

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