A Sudden Light - Chapters 28-31 Summary & Analysis

Garth Stein
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In Chapter 28, Trevor is so shaken by his dream that he needs to go to the barn and work with his hands. He and Samuel work with the lathe. During lunch, Jones and Richard appear with plans for developing the Riddell land and sending Samuel to a care home. Jones tells Trevor about the proposed development on the Riddell land, and it disgusts Trevor. Jones goes on to list everything wrong with the house in its current state, implying how difficult it would be to bring it up to code. Samuel insists he cannot leave because Isobel is still there. Jones is angry and warns his father that Serena will win, and she will have revenge on her father if he persists in not signing the house over. Trevor is torn.

In Chapter 29, Trevor overhears his father and aunt talking about Samuel. Jones...

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