All the Winters After - Chapters 7-12 Summary & Analysis

Seré Halverson
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Chapter 7 – Kache imagines for a moment that the plane crash was just a bad dream and his family is safely inside the cabin. Snapping out of this fantasy, he arms himself with a rake and climbs in through a window. He hears a dog bark. He turns on a light and takes in the surroundings, his family's life preserved just as it had been before the crash, including the family photos and the posters on the walls of his teenage bedroom. He sees an arm emerge from underneath his bed, clothed in one of his mother's shirts, along with the dog's nose. He succumbs to fantasy again, whispering, “Mom?” Instead, a young blond woman emerges. She expresses her surprise to see Kache alive, and calls him by name.

Chapter 8 – The young woman's name is Nadia. She is living in the cabin with permission...

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