Bird Box - Chapters 19 - 28 Summary & Analysis

Josh Malerman
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Chapter 19 starts with the housemates waiting for Tom and Jules to return from their dog hunting trip. With strained nerves, Don and Cheryl then Don and Felix almost come to blows, but then there is a knock on the front door.

In Chapter 20, Malorie thinks of Don while on the boat with the children who complain that the blindfold is hurting them. Don told her that she should blind the babies. Malorie remembers when she almost blinded the children with paint thinner then Chapter 21 begins with Tom and Jules returning with 2 dogs that they found in the neighborhood. Although Don protests saying that they should not open the door, the others override him and follow Tom's procedures for allowing people to enter the house. They all keep their eyes closed, then allow the two inside and search around them with broomsticks for creatures...

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