Blue Is for Nightmares - Chapter 21-25 Summary & Analysis

Laurie Faria Stolarz
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Chapter 21-25 Summary

In chapter 21 Stacey still gasping wakes up, finding Chad beside her in her bed concerned about her dreams. She realizes she wet her pants again, and asks him to leave. When Chad is reluctant to go she resorts to telling him that she doesn't care about him. He tells her that he doesn't believe her when Drea walks into their room.

Drea tried to call her at night but no one picked it up. She is angry at her and Chad, even when Stacey reassures her that nothing happened. She no longer considers them her friends, but Chad asks her to calm down. Ms Lacharge knocks on the door, concerned about the noise inside their room. Chad gets out of the room through the window before they let Ms LaCharge inside. Drea tells her that they argued whether she should cut...

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