All the Birds, Singing - Section Eight: Chapters 26-32 Summary & Analysis

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In Australia, Jake attends a memorial service for a girl named Flora Carter in her hometown. At home, her father talks about the half-Aboriginal boy, Denver, who is thought to be responsible; he's in a coma, but it might be better for him never to wake up. Jake insists it wasn't him. Jake goes back to the scene of the fire and goes swimming afterward. Jake goes to visit Denver in the hospital. She tells him she's sorry and that it's all her fault; a policeman overhears her and tries to stop her, but she escapes. Jake walks through town and believes people are staring at her. A man named Andy Carter holds her down and whips her.

In England, Jake woke up to Dog barking. She ran out in the dark and thought she saw something in the dark. She...

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