A Summer to Die - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

Meg decorates two special Easter eggs—one for Molly and one for Will. She carefully blows out the insides and carefully paints the fragile shells. Molly is doing better. They keep her in the hospital to run some tests to find out why she is bleeding. They experiment with various medicines after taking a series of x-rays and inject a medicine into her spine. There is a problem with her blood not clotting. To Meg, it seems her parents are behaving strangely. They act like Molly isn't a person any longer. They just talk about the oddly named drugs she is being given.

Meg stays quiet as long as she can but finally becomes frustrated. Her parents only talk about Molly's medicine, complications and reactions. She becomes angry and tells her parents to talk about Molly, not her medicine. They haven't even sent in Molly's application...

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