A Sudden Light - Chapters 32-35 Summary & Analysis

Garth Stein
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Chapter 32 opens with a bonfire. Jones has succeeded in clearing out his mother’s fire pit, and the family, including Richard, gathers for a bonfire. Serena nags Jones into talking about his wedding day. She is controlling the conversation, deliberately patronizing Samuel and speaking of Trevor’s parents as if they are divorced. When she, Jones, and Richard are ready to go in, Trevor offers to stay with Samuel. Samuel tells Trevor that his father made him chop wood when he was six, and he lost two fingers.

In Chapter 33, Trevor feels much weighed down by the sadness of his grandfather and the Riddell history. He finds Samuel in the barn and tells him he loves him. Jones and Serena are in town for meetings, and when she calls to instruct Trevor on dinner, she leans on him to get Samuel to sign...

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