All the Birds, Singing - Section Four: Chapters 12-14 Summary & Analysis

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In Australia, Jake rides her bike as far and as fast as she can before passing out from the heat. She wakes up with Otto standing over her. Back at the house, she sees that he has destroyed it. Otto tries to have sex with her but she refuses him. Otto locks her in her room. Otto takes her to the shed and makes her watch him kill one of the sheep. Jake begs him not to, and he forces her to do it as well, but loses his enjoyment once Jake does it. Kelly gnaws at the bodies and Otto and Jake have sex. The next morning Jake swallows some of his ear drops to make herself throw up. She asks to see the doctor but Otto goes into town on his own to get her some medicine. Jake looks...

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